Warrington Wolves players will be taking part in a charity basketball game on Saturday in aid of After Adoption.
The game begins at 10:30 at Birchwood Tennis & Leisure Complex in Warrington.
The players will include: Mick Higham, Paul Wood, Rhys Williams, Gareth O’Brien, Ben Currie, Brad Dwyer, James Laithwaite, Jordan Burke, Ryan Shaw, Danny Bridge, James Mendeika, James Saltonstall, Gavin Bennion and Gene Ormsby.
For more details please visit the After Adoption website.
Our sports reporter Dan Hewitt is at Sale Sharks after their director of rugby Bryan Redpath was removed from his position.
He says: "Confusion at Sale Sharks: CEO Steve Diamond tells me he's in charge until end of the season. Bryan Redpath staying on as coach.
"However, Redpath has not confirmed he will stay on. He's been given 2 days to decide what he wants to do. It's conceivable he'll reject that offer.
"Sale keen to show they want to keep him. Diamond not clear at all on whether he thinks he'll stay. Decision could be as early as tonight."
Sale Sharks captain David Seymour says his side can turn their season around.
Sharks have lost their first six games in the Aviva Premiership - but on Sunday they turn their attentions to Europe and a clash with Cardiff Blues at the City of Salford Stadium in the Heineken Cup.
Wigan Head Coach Shaun Wane speaks ahead of the club’s Super League trip to Hull KR.
A win for Wigan on Sunday and they will secure the League Leaders’ Shield.
It's fair to say the people of Warrington have had a better Bank Holiday weekend than most.
That is because for the third time in four years, the town's Rugby League team won the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley.
After beating Leeds by 35 points to 18, the Wolves returned home to a heroes' reception.
Tens of thousands lined the streets of Warrington to welcome home the players and the famous trophy.
Five north west rugby league legends will get their own statue at Wembley Stadium.
Joining Bobby Moore at the top of Wembley Way will be Wigan heroes Billy Boston, Eric Ashton and Martin Offiah, along with St Helens star Alex Murphy and Salford's Gus Risman.
The group statue is to celebrate more than 80 years of Challenge Cup finals at the national stadium.