With Round 10 of Super League in the books it’s time for the international break with England set to play for the first time since their World Cup exit.
Recent weeks have offered up amazing domestic action but this coming week it’s all about the international game be it England’s men and women, or looking further a field to the NRL.
Saturday 29th April
Canberra Raiders vs The Dolphins: 6:00am on Sky Sports Arena
Manly Sea Eagles vs Gold Coast Titans: 8:30am on Sky Sports Arena
England Women vs France Women: 2:00pm on Sky Sports Arena
England Men vs France Men: 4:30pm on Sky Sports Arena
It’s all about the weekend for rugby league on TV this week and Saturday sees a double header of NRL before the England France double header at the Halliwell Jones.
Former England boss Wayne Bennett’s Dolphins are in action before snubbed English star Kruise Leeming features for Gold Coast. Those sides travel to Canberra and Manly respectively.
Onto the afternoon at the Halliwell Jones where England take on France with the women’s game kicking off at 2 o’clock, then the men get underway at 4:30. Both sides see new captains take the reigns for new eras with Jodie Cunningham and George Williams set to lead their teams for the first time.
Sunday 30th April
St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury Bulldogs: 7:05am on Sky Sports Arena
The sole Sunday game sees the Dragons, coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Dolphins, hosting Canterbury who are in difficulties themselves. Former Hull FC man Josh Reynolds could feature again for the Bulldogs.
** All NRL games will also be available on the Watch NRL streaming platform **