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Two beloved Super League stars join Sky Sports commentary team

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Current England and St Helens captain Jodie Cunningham and former England international and Leeds Rhinos star Courtney Winfield-Hill will join Sky Sports as expert analysts for the biggest ever season of Super League on Sky Sports and NOW. 

The Woman of Steel winner back in 2021, Cunningham has won all there is to win in the sport domestically. She is a six-time Challenge Cup winner, Grand Final winner and a League Leaders’ Shield winner. She also has 30 England caps to her name.

Originally a fast bowler in Australian cricket, Winfield-Hill switched the crease for the rugby field in 2018. Across a four-year stint at Leeds Rhinos, Winfield-Hill won two Grand Finals, two Challenge Cups and one League Leaders’ Shield. Her performances in 2019 also earned her the Woman of Steel.

Cunningham and Winfield-Hill will offer insight and analysis across both men’s and women’s Super League this season.

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Picture by Simon Wilkinson/ – 12/02/2022 – Rugby League, Betfred Super League 2022 – Round 1 Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves, Headingley Stadium , Leeds – Channel 4 TV Cameras before the first ever televised on Terrestrial TV

Sky Sports and NOW is the only place to watch every game live all season. All six matches in each Super League round will be shown live, totalling around 170 games each year across Sky and NOW platforms. This will include Magic Weekend fixtures, Playoffs and all three Grand Finals – Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair.

The sport has also got a terrific new streaming service for the new Super League season as well as an impending deal with BBC to cover games on Saturday evenings from 17:30 or 18:00.

This is a terrific new era for the sport at the highest level. Renewed investment means that video referees will now feature in all Super League matches, bringing increased consistency and integrity to the sport.

Sky Sports’ full commentary and on-screen team for 2024 are as follows: Barrie McDermott, Bill Arthur, Brian Carney, Courtney Winfield-Hill, Dave Woods, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Jenna Brooks, Jodie Cunningham, Jon Wells, Jon Wilkin, Kyle Amor, Mark Wilson, Terry O’Connor, and Sam Tomkins.

This is an amazing Sky Sports commentary team and it will be great coverage.

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