Rugby league on radio and TV this weekend

The Rhinos are once again on Sky Sports this weekend as they travel to Perpignan to face Catalans Dragons at Stade Gilbert Brutus on Saturday evening.

Wednesday March 25

Boots ‘N’ All – 6.00pm and 11.00pm Sky Sports 1

Presenters: Eddie Hemmings and Barrie McDermott

We’re looking ahead to three huge games live on Sky Sports this weekend, with pictures from Tuesday’s joint training session between Wigan & Bath; we’ll tell you how Fuifui Moimoi’s incredible try celebration hit the headlines in Australia – where he enjoyed over a decade in the NRL with Parramatta; and there’s all the early team news ahead of this weekend’s Super League matches – we’re in the Salford, Hull KR and Catalans camps.

Thursday March 26

Boots ‘N’ All – 10.00am, 2.00pm Sky Sports 3 & 12.00pm, 4.00pm Sky Sports 1

Presenters: Eddie Hemmings and Barrie McDermott

We’re looking ahead to three huge games live on Sky Sports this weekend, with pictures from Tuesday’s joint training session between Wigan & Bath; we’ll tell you how Fuifui Moimoi’s incredible try celebration hit the headlines in Australia – where he enjoyed over a decade in the NRL with Parramatta; and there’s all the early team news ahead of this weekend’s Super League matches – we’re in the Salford, Hull KR and Catalans camps.

Live First Utility Super League: Salford Red Devils v Widnes Vikings – 7.30pm, Sky Sports 3

Presenters/Commentators: Eddie Hemmings, Mike Stephenson, Phil Clarke, Terry O’Connor and Jon Wells

Live First Utility Super League match commentary: Salford Red Devils v Widnes Vikings – 7.30pm, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra

Presenter/Commentator: Dave Woods

Special Guest Summariser: Brian Noble

Grand Final Gold: 2012: Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves – From 10.15pm, Sky Sports 3

Friday March 27

Live First Utility Super League: Hull KR v St Helens – 7.30pm, Sky Sports 1

Presenters/Commentators: Eddie Hemmings, Mike Stephenson, Phil Clarke, Brian Carney, Jon Wells, Terry O’Connor and Barrie McDermott

Live First Utility Super League match commentary: Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants – 7.30pm, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra

Presenter/Commentator: Dave Woods

Special Guest Summariser: Kevin Brown

Grand Final Gold: 2004: Leeds Rhinos v Bradford Bulls – 11.45pm, Sky Sports 1

Saturday March 28

Live First Utility Super League: Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos – 4.55pm, Sky Sports 3

Presenters/Commentators: Bill Arthur, Barrie McDermott and Terry O’Connor

Sunday March 29

Super League Review – 8.30pm, Sky Sports News HQ

Guest: Tony Rea

Monday March 30

Super League Fulltime – 6.30pm, Sky Sports 4

Bill Arthur & Phil Clarke present every try from Round 7, with reaction and analysis

Super League Show – 11.30pm, BBC 1 & available online at www.bbc.co.uk/rugbyleague

Presenter: Tanya Arnold

Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from all the games in round 7 of Super League. St Helens have begun the defence of their title with six straight wins, but face a difficult challenge at the KC Lightstream Stadium where Rovers have already beaten Wigan and Catalans so far this year. Leeds Rhinos travel to the South of France to take on the Dragons, whilst Warrington host Huddersfield, Castleford meet Hull FC, Wigan are at Wakefield and Salford play Widnes.

Tuesday March 24

Grand Final Gold: 2004 & 2005 – From 12.30pm, Sky Sports 3

Super League Fulltime – 1.00pm Sky Sports 3; 2.30pm, Sky Sports 1 and 9.00pm, Sky Sports 2

Bill Arthur & Phil Clarke present every try from Round 7, with reaction and analysis

Super League Show – 1.00pm, BBC 2 & available online at www.bbc.co.uk/rugbyleague

Presenter: Tanya Arnold

Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from all the games in round 7 of Super League. St Helens have begun the defence of their title with six straight wins, but face a difficult challenge at the KC Lightstream Stadium where Rovers have already beaten Wigan and Catalans so far this year. Leeds Rhinos travel to the South of France to take on the Dragons, whilst Warrington host Huddersfield, Castleford meet Hull FC, Wigan are at Wakefield and Salford play Widnes.