It’s a special Friday edition of the show for you ahead of the Challenge Cup semi-finals, as we look at the news headlines from Rugby League, mainly those made in Australia by Sam Burgess it seems, plus the RFL and Super League both announce new diversity initiatives, there’s a glut on young players making their debuts, but what does the future hold for them, and we talk a new statue in Cardiff.

If that’s not all, we’re joined from Toulouse by Jy Hitchcox as the former Castleford, Featherstone and Bradford winger tells us about their premature end to their season in the Championship, and what attracted him to swap West Yorkshire for the South of France, plus his hopes for the future of the sport, and where life below Super League fits in to that.

Jy has plenty to say, and will leave you with as much to think about…

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