Sunday Social: Impressive Channel 4 figures, Jansin Turgut returns to the field & Lock Lane versus Fuifui Moimoi

Josh McAllister
Adam Hills Channel 4

A round up of all the news happening on social media over the weekend, including impressive figures from Channel 4 and their Super League coverage!

Impressive Channel 4 figures

Channel 4 and their opening Super League game between Leeds and Warrington received impressing viewing figures on Saturday afternoon.

This year marks the first time for Super League to be broadcast live on free-to-air television.

Next up, Adam Hills and the Channel 4 team head to Hull FC for their home clash with St Helens on Saturday, February 19.

Jansin Turgut returns

Former Hull and Salford forward returned to the field for the first time over the weekend.

Turgut hasn’t played for over two years after falling three stories from an Ibiza car park. He featured for West Hull over the weekend.

Fuifui Moimoi hit hard

Rugby league veteran Fuifui Moimoi might feel sore after this hit from Lock Lane’s Danny Maskill!

The two sides met in the Challenge Cup over the weekend, with Hornets coming out on top.

41-year-old Moimoi is in his second season with the club.

Summer rugby

Games across all divisions went ahead in wet and windy conditions once again this weekend.

Barrow claimed another win in wet conditions, this time over Newcastle.

Their previous game with Whitehaven saw torrential rain in Cumbria. A video of the weather from last week has reached almost 50,000 views on social media.

France international and Barrow centre Hakim Miloudi appreciating today’s weather!

Third red in opening Super League weekend

Hull full-back Jake Connor became the third player to be sent off with a red in the opening weekend of Super League.

Catalans’ Dylan Napa and 2022 Leeds recruit James Bentley were also both sent from the field for high tackles. 

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