A top four of: Castleford, Salford, Leeds and Wakefield, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone who would have predicted that at the start of the season. Many would have predicted the usual suspects, Wigan, Saints, Wire possibly even Hull after their performance last year. But to have two teams that were in last year’s… Read More Surprise Surprise – Top 4 all change – Castleford Tigers
Super League fans have grown to love the Magic Weekend round, with new kits, derby matches and a chance to mingle with rival fans in a neutral ground. Newcastle is quickly becoming a fan favourite for the showcase weekend with Super League fans flocking to the toon for their own Geordie Shore Magic! This is… Read More Magic Weekend for some… Woeful Weekend for others… Day 1
Is there a better running half back in Super League at the moment? In my opinion no there isn’t. Joel Moon is tearing teams apart with his dancing feet and quick thinking – not only that but his defence is second to none, he is tenacious and magic all in the same breath. Moon’s move… Read More Full Moon, Half Back Moon, Total Eclipse of 2016
The 2016 season seemingly marked the end of the “Golden Generation” for the Rhinos, finishing 9th in the league and dropping into the Middle 8’s, from Treble winners to Middle 8’s almost the biggest fall from grace anyone could have imagined. So what would 2017 bring? Surely there had to be some improvement, Rhinos fan… Read More Let’s Hear it for the Boys
Stevie Ward, the new Leeds Rhinos number 13, the heir apparent to the jersey left behind by Sir Kevin Sinfield. If anyone could fill that jersey and do it proud then Stevie is the man, a sure candidate for future Leeds Rhinos captain. Ward is a warrior, he adds power and grit to the Rhinos… Read More Wards of the World
Zak Hardaker, the latest inductee into the Man of Steel hall of fame, beat off the ferocious competition of fellow team mate Adam Cuthbertson and Saints forward Alex Walmsley. Hardaker was a popular choice amongst pundits and fans alike, his contributions in defence as well as attack have seen him become an integral part of… Read More England’s number 1. The Good. The Bad. The Great!
At the end of this First Utility Super league season we say goodbye to one of the true greats of the sport, Jamie Peacock. The Leeds Rhinos number 10 moves onto pastures new with Hull KR, swapping the intensity of the rugby field for the pressure of the office, as Football Manager with the Robins.… Read More Man of Steel, Leader and Champion, on and off the field – Jamie Peacock.