24th September 2018, 14:00 | rfl
Catalans Dragons Barcelona visit
The first ever foreign Challenge Cup winners Catalans Dragons celebrated their victory with a visit to Barcelona and walking onto the famous Nou Camp with the Challenge Cup.
🇫🇷 Retour cette journée où les Dragons ont été reçus à la @govern pour finir par présenter la Challenge Cup au @FCBarcelona .— Dragons Catalans 🏆 (@DragonsOfficiel) September 24, 2018
🇬🇧 Catalans Dragons spend this sunday in Barcelona to present the @TheChallengeCup https://t.co/IjfOP45CqN pic.twitter.com/MnvszLIeqX
The side also met Catalunya President Quim Torra I Pla and the islanders performed their famous haka, there are also rumours that Barcelona’s Nou Camp could host a Super League game next year!
La ‘haka’ dels @DragonsOfficiel ha fet ressonar el Pati dels Tarongers en la recepció que hem fet per celebrar la lliga guanyada. Ens han traslladat una energia que ens anirà molt bé pels pròxims mesos. pic.twitter.com/PPnUnhwMlh— Quim Torra i Pla (@QuimTorraiPla) September 23, 2018
Leeds Rhinos won the Wheelchair Rugby Grand Final
Leeds Rhinos' Wheelchair Rugby League team made history in Gillingham on Saturday night as they overcame Halifax 54-44 to win the Wheelchair RL Grand Final.
The Rhinos stunned the favourites and league leaders in the showpiece at Medway Park - it was something of a revenge mission for Leeds who had been beaten by Halifax in the two previous title deciders.
Rochdale Hornets flosser
Auckland Kilshaw, son of Rochdale Hornets' coach Alan, was so happy his side won their first Championship Shield victory that he decided to floss on the pitch while Dad was on media duties.
🕺 | That feeling when you pick up your first Championship Shield win...— Rochdale Hornets (@RochdaleHornets) September 23, 2018
Young Auckland Kilshaw showing off his moves after todays game 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/l9G6waAPY3
Castleford Tigers Haka
It was Jake Webster’s last home game at Castleford Tigers after signing for Bradford Bulls, his send-off was a convincing victory over Wakefield Trinity and an emotional haka!
Yorkshire Men’s League
Batley Boys came from behind to beat Bentley in the Yorkshire Men’s League Premier Division Grand Final, all the action was live on the Our League app.
While Heworth beat Cutsyke Raiders 30-16 in the Division 1 Grand Final, and Kings Cross Park beat West Hull 26-22 in the Division 2 Grand Final.
Two more games were streamed live over the weekend – Doncaster v Workington and the Wheelchair Rugby Grand Final.
Batley Boys come from behind to win @YorkshireRL Premier Division Grand Final 🏆— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) September 22, 2018
Up next, we are over to @MedwaySport for @WheelchairRL Grand Finals
🎥Catch the action live via #OurLeague from 7pm pic.twitter.com/u1NPxkxcJi
NRL Grand Final
The NRL Grand Final will take place on Sunday, Sydney Roosters will face Melbourne Storm. Both teams could be without influential players, Cooper Cronk suffered an injury in the preliminary final win over Rabbitohs, while Billy Slater could be suspended after a shoulder charge on Sharks winger Sosaia Feki.