Betfred Super League has terminated Toronto Wolfpack’s Super League Participation Agreement for the 2020 season following its withdrawal from the competition last month. Super League’s action reflects the seriousness of the breach of contract by Toronto Wolfpack, which has impacted Super League and its member clubs. The Wolfpack would now have to enter into a new... Continue Reading →
Kruise Leeming and Ashton Golding both faced their previous clubs as Leeds Rhinos faced the Huddersfield Giants to round off the 2020 Betfred Super League restart.
The 2020 Betfred Super League season restarted with the Catalans Dragons facing the reigning Champions St Helens, with James Graham back in the red V.
It was Craig Bellamy versus Adam O'Brien as the Melbourne Storm welcomed the Newcastle Knights to the Sunshine Coast Stadium, with the visitors looking to move up to sixth on the ladder.
Parramatta Eels travelled the ANZ Stadium to face the Giant-killing Canterbury Bulldogs as these two Western Sydney rivals went head-to-head in round 12.
Manly Sea Eagles welcomed the Penrith Panthers to Lottoland, with the home side looking to break into the top eight, come the end of round 12, and the visitors hoping to extend their lead at the top.
The Canberra Raiders travelled to Townsville on the verge of the top four as they looked to overcome the North Queensland Cowboys for their third win on the bounce.
Despite plenty of injuries, the Sydney Roosters still fielded an extremely strong side as they welcomed a Gold Coast Titans side still looking for consistency in their performances.