Super League confirm round two schedule, fixtures to support Mose Masoe

Super League is set to show its support for Mose Masoe across the Easter weekend’s round two matches.

The Samoan international sustained a career-ending injury playing for Hull KR in a pre-season friendly at Wakefield in 2020. Full details of how fans can support Masoe will be announced ahead of the start of the season.

The traditional Easter fixtures will be held back until later in the season, in the hope that fans are allowed back into stadiums to enjoy these games in person.

The six games – all live on Sky Sports – will see two of Masoe’s former clubs meet, with Hull KR playing St Helens at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Thursday, April 1 (8:15pm).

The other round two matches – all played behind closed doors at St Helens – will start on Easter Thursday with Wigan facing Wakefield (6pm).

Good Friday sees a further two games with Warrington facing Leigh (12:45pm) before Leeds play Castleford (3pm).

The round concludes on Easter Sunday with Salford-Hull (12:45pm) and Huddersfield-Catalans (3pm).

Super League executive chairman Robert Elstone said: “Mose Masoe’s remarkable spirit and determination provides inspiration for all us.

“As he moves into the next phase of his life and continues his rehabilitation, it is fitting that Super League clubs, players and fans thank Mose for everything he has given to the game, and help support him and his family in the future.”

Super League round two:

Thursday, April 1

Wigan v Wakefield (6pm), Hull KR v St Helens (8:15pm) – Sky Sports Arena & Main Event

Friday, April 2

Warrington v Leigh (12:45pm), Leeds v Castleford (3pm) – Sky Sports Arena

Saturday, April 3

Salford v Hull FC (12:45pm), Huddersfield v Catalans (3pm) – Sky Sports Arena

The full fixture list for the 2021 Super League season will be published on Friday, February 26.

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Love Rugby League Deputy Editor. Joined the site ahead of the 2017 World Cup and been a full-time reporter since 2018.

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