They say things come in threes and the Leeds Rhinos will be hoping that is the case this weekend as they go in search of a third major trophy in a matter of weeks.
The Rhinos will become only the third side in Super League history to win the treble if they beat Wigan in the Grand Final at Old Trafford.
Click below to watch Chris Dawkes' report on their strange relationship with the number three ahead of Saturday's showpiece final:
Police are asking for anyone who saw a woman being attacked by a dog in Doncaster to come forward.
The 51-year-old suffered 'potentially life-changing' injuries in the attack which took place around 7:30pm on Wednesday night. She had been out walking in Ramsden Road in Hexthorpe, Doncaster.
Police have arrested a 25-year-old man and seized the dog involved, but are asking anyone with more information to come forward.
Police in Doncaster are continuing to appeal to trace missing Polish woman Magdelana Charciarek, one week after she was last seen.
27-year-old Magdelana was last seen around 1pm on Wednesday 30th September leaving her family’s home in Cookson Street, Doncaster, where she said she was going to the town centre.
She has not been seen since and police, along with her family, are growing increasingly concerned for her safety.
Magdelana is described as white around 5ft 6ins tall, slim build, with blue eyes and long light brown hair. She was last seen wearing a grey coat with blue skinny jeans, a blue t-shirt, a long red scarf and carrying a black coloured leather handbag. Magdelana also wears glasses.
Imams from across the country have today claimed that ISIS is failing in its mission, by not supporting Muslims.
Leeds-based Imam Qari Asim is among the senior editors of the digital magazine Haqiqah, which was developed as an attempt to "reclaim the digital space from ISIS." The latest issue argues that "the terrorist group, which has no religious legitimacy, is also failing socially and economically."
Musical duo Foster and Allen have sold nearly 20 million albums and are celebrating 40 years together in the business. But not ones to take a break, they're now and are about to set off on a thank-you tour.
The pair say the years since 1975 have passed in a "blink of an eye", and claim they have "never had an argument" during their time together.
They will be performing on November 4th at the Theatre Royal in Wakefield, but in the meantime, here is a clip from their celebration video:
The £165 million Victoria Gate development in Leeds is set to bring more than 1000 new jobs.
Leeds City Council, John Lewis and Hammerson have signed an Employment and Skills Charter, marking their commitment to support Leeds residents to access the opportunities created by the project.
The Charter sets out how the organisations will work collaboratively to ensure Leeds and its surrounding residents, including young people, have access to skills training, retail and hospitality jobs as well as additional construction employment opportunities being created by the development in the city centre.
The Victoria Gate scheme, which is on schedule to open in late 2016, will be anchored by a regional flagship John Lewis shop and will additionally feature a two-street covered arcade with more than 30 aspirational retailers and restaurants.
Officers are appealing for help in identifying a man who attempted to rape a woman as she walked her dog in Scunthorpe on Tuesday.
Police were called at 7pm on Tuesday, October 6, following reports a woman had been attacked on Messingham Fields, off Holme Lane. She fought back and was able to get away.
The man was described wearing dark coloured clothing and a black hooded jacket.
A 33-year-old Scunthorpe man initially arrested in connection with the incident has been released on police bail after helping police with enquiries.
Bill Mitchell dedicated his life to chronicling the changes to the Yorkshire Dales.
When he retired from his position as editor of the Dalesman in 1986, Yorkshire Television made a programme about his life.