St Helens ended their five-year drought without the Super League crown, easing past the Salford Red Devils in the Grand Final by a 23-6 scoreline. The Saints were dominant throughout the campaign and they epitomised their term by storming their way to the championship. However, the triumph was the end of Justin Holbrook’s time withContinue reading “Will St Helens remain on top of the Super League?”
🏆 St Helens 😇 had to battle past Castleford 🐯 in a low-scoring game before getting their hands on the League Leaders’ Shield. 🗞️ Report, 📽️ highlights and 🗣️ reaction. 👉 https://t.co/WmimblF7xm pic.twitter.com/YJE4y6gBUR — Sky Sports RL (@SkySportsRL) August 30, 2019 It has been five years since St Helens reached the summit of rugby leagueContinue reading “Will St Helens End Playoff Struggles?”
The Sydney Roosters warmed up for the new NRL season in style by swatting Wigan aside in the World Club Challenge at the weekend.
We are now a few weeks into the new Super League season and the table is already starting to take on a familiar look.
The 2018 season has been a nightmare for the Leeds Rhinos, who for the second time in three seasons find themselves fighting for their life in Super League having failed to secure a place in the Super 8s.
St James’ Park in Newcastle hosts rugby league’s Magic Weekend for the fourth consecutive year on the weekend of 19-20 May.
The 2017 World Cup provided a fantastic advertisement for the myriad joys of watching rugby league, featuring ferocious battles, shock results and the closest final in decades.
As 2017 rapidly draws to an end, we find ourselves reflecting on the Super League season gone by and looking ahead to 2018, which promises to be another fascinating year of Rugby League.
The 2017 Rugby League World Cup is in full swing, with plenty of attention on England, who are looking to end Australia and New Zealand’s domination of the competition.