The rise and fall of the European Super League: a story of instant rejection

News around the creation of a European Super League (ESL) surfaced late on Sunday 18th April. Initial murmurings suggested that it would be a competition that ran alongside the domestic season, giving a more lucrative competition for Europe’s ‘elite’ clubs to play in and earn from. However, in a week that saw George Floyd’s murderer found guilty, the ESL went from creation to destruction in just over 48 hours.

Rhinos humbled by Giants

Leeds Rhinos 8-32 Huddersfield Jack Fairs Headingley Carnegie   On a cold and drizzly Friday night at Headingley, Leeds Rhinos were given a real lesson in managing the conditions by Paul Anderson’s Huddersfield side. A […]