Next week’s Super League semi-finals will go ahead as planned, it has been confirmed.
Following the announcement by Buckingham Palace that the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Monday 19 September, Super League has confirmed that the Super League play-off semi-finals, scheduled for Friday 16 and Saturday 17 September, will proceed as arranged.
Following Salford’s 28-0 victory over Huddersfield, Paul Rowley’s Red Devils will face champions St Helens on the Saturday. With a 1pm kick-off, the tie will be televised live on both Sky Sports and Channel 4.
Leeds will travel to the DW Stadium to kick-off the semi-finals action against Wigan Warriors.
Friday 16 Sept: Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos, DW Stadium (8pm KO, Sky Sports)
Saturday 17 Sept: St Helens v Salford Red Devils, Totally Wicked Stadium (1pm KO, Sky Sports & Channel 4)
Sat 24 Sept: Grand Final, Old Trafford (6pm KO, Sky Sports)
As a mark of respect to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Super League awards have been rescheduled.
The celebration event was scheduled to take place at Headingley Stadium on the evening of Monday 19 September. It will now take place at the same venue on Tuesday 20 September.