It's back to work for players
The last week has seen the long awaited return to training for several Betfred Super League clubs as the resumption of the season on August 2.
First back to the training field were the Catalans Dragons who arrived back at Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan last Friday with the likes of Sam Tomkins, Jason Baitieri, Israel Folau and James Maloney getting set for their first game back on August 2 against St Helens.
Joining the Dragons back on the training field this week were Huddersfield Giants who held a first gym session at the weekend with players training in small groups ahead of larger field sessions.
127 days after their last Super League game, @Giantsrl returned to training ahead of the August 2 restart#SuperLeague #RugbyLeague pic.twitter.com/HaMMQftFJr
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) July 13, 2020
Monday saw the return to work for Richard Agar's Leeds Rhinos squad as they look to continue their sharp start to the 2020 when action gets back underway in a couple of weeks.
First day back at training for the @leedsrhinos squad yesterday - looking sharp ahead of the August 2 restart 💪🙌#SuperLeague pic.twitter.com/7PL1VrsqLN
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) July 14, 2020
Monday also saw the return of current Champions, St Helens as Kristian Woolf looks to re-shape his pack following the lockdown departure of Luke Thompson.
Things you love to see 😍
We are BACK! 👋@superleague pic.twitter.com/TvJVKIo279
— St.Helens R.F.C. (@Saints1890) July 13, 2020