Five players we can’t wait to see return from long-term injuries in 2018

  Keith Galloway (Leeds) It’s been a torrid couple of years for the big Australian, who has suffered two different Achilles injuries in two different seasons. However, he was beginning to show some great form last season before being struck down by the injury problem – so when he returns to the field in 2018, we’re expecting him to do…

Read More

Six young Super League players who could become stars in 2018

2017 featured no shortage of breakout stars in Super League. The likes of Jack Walker, Liam Marshall and Danny Richardson established themselves as top-flight players in their own right – but who are the ones to watch out for next season? Here, we pick out half a dozen young players who, by the end of next season, could well be…

Read More

Five Super League fixtures we already can’t wait to see in 2018

St Helens v Castleford (Friday February 2, Totally Wicked Stadium) The season actually begins 24 hours earlier when Leeds travel to Warrington – but it’s hard not to look at the first Friday game of the new season with a wandering glance. Should Castleford and St Helens repeat their performance from the Super League play-offs – which was one of…

Read More

Leeds Rhinos to play two home games in 2018 at Elland Road

Reigning Super League Champions Leeds will play two of their home games in 2018 at nearby Elland Road – and have declared they are looking to break the competition attendance figure in the first of those games, which will be against Hull Kingston Rovers. Leeds will play former captain Danny McGuire’s new side on Thursday February 8 at Elland Road,…

Read More

Leeds win historic eighth Grand Final

Leeds Rhinos are Super League champions for the eighth time. The Rhinos, in Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow’s final game for the club, beat Castleford 24-6 to ensure their time with Leeds ended on the ultimate high. McGuire was outstanding from start to finish, scoring two tries and kicking two drop goals as Leeds ensured there would be no fairytale…

Read More

The day that shook Rugby League

Richard de la Riviere looks ahead to the Betfred Super League Grand Final SO, I have a book coming out next week and I’m starting to write a new regular column for Rugby League’s finest website. I assure you that’s just a coincidence! There’s only one place to start, obviously. The Grand Final. The 20th Super League Grand Final, no less.…

Read More