Toronto Wolfpack are in talks with Super League and the Rugby Football League as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to wreck their homecoming
The draw for the sixth round of the Challenge Cup has been made and it has thrown up a few interesting clashes.
After six hours of discussions at the John Smith's Stadium, both the Rugby Football League and Super League clubs looked to have agreed to postpone all levels of the game until April 3rd.
Catalans Dragons captain Remi Casty has announced he will not train or play for the club while there remains a chance of him contracting COVID-19.
Dewsbury Rams have announced that their home game against Toulouse Olympique, set to take place next Sunday has been postponed.
In a statement released on behalf of Brian McDermott, Toronto Wolfpack have confirmed that four players are self-isolating after showing signs of COVID-19.
Super League clubs will meet with the Rugby Football League on Monday to discuss how the sport will respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, The Jungle was packed full as the Castleford Tigers welcomed St Helens to West Yorkshire, with the reigning Champions looking to bounce back from a defeat against Huddersfield Giants.