Warrington Wolves captain Michelle Davis believes that women’s rugby league is the real winner ahead of next month’s return of the RFL Betfred Women’s Super League.
Warrington Wolves will be looking to mount another serious title charge this season and start their pursuit against Castleford Tigers on Sunday.
The Super League returns this weekend with last season's champions St Helens kick-starting their title defence against Salford Red Devils. Perhaps it may be difficult to match the heroics of securing last season's trophy, but St Helens will be in pursuit of a third successive Grand Final win come October.
St. Helens winger Tommy Makinson celebrated 10 years at the club this weekend with his testimonial match against Super League newcomers Leigh Centurians.
The Rugby Football League have confirmed that the Betfred Women’s Super League will return on April 18 after a year and a half of absence. St. Helens Saints, Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors will be among the ten teams aiming for a place in October’s Grand Final.
For the first time ever, the wheelchair Rugby League World Cup is to be held in Liverpool. The tournament will be contested by eight teams over 15 days starting on Thursday November 11 with an epic Ashes style open event at the Copper Box in London's Olympic Park as England face off against Australia.
The Betfred Super League has announced the "rivals round" this season will be round 20 on August 19-22 - with St Helens taking on Wigan away at DW Stadium. Warrington Wolves will face Catalan Dragons at home Halliwell Jones Stadium.