Super League XIX

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Super League XIX
First Utility Super League logo.gif
League Super League
Duration27 Rounds (Followed by 4 round playoffs)
Teams14
Highest attendance36,399 (Magic Weekend Day 1, 17 May)
Lowest attendance1,002 ( Broncoscolours.png London Broncos v Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons, 17 April)
Average attendance8,365
Broadcast partners Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sky Sports
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg BBC Sport
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg SLTV
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Eurosport
Flag of France.svg beIN Sports
Flag of the United States.svg Fox Soccer Plus
Flag of Europe.svg Sport Klub
2014 season
Champions Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
6th Super League title
13th English title
League Leaders Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
Runners-up Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Biggest home win Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings 64-10 Broncoscolours.png London Broncos (16 February)
Biggest away win Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls 18-66 Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants (16 March)
Man of Steel Daryl Clark Castleford colours.svg (Castleford Tigers)
Top point-scorer(s) Castleford colours.svg Marc Sneyd (224) [1] [2]
Top try-scorer(s) Joel Monaghan Wolvescolours.svg (Warrington Wolves) (28)
Promotion and relegation
Relegated to Championship Broncoscolours.png London Broncos
Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls
Seasons

The 2014 Super League season (known as the First Utility Super League XIX due to sponsorship by First Utility) [3] was the 19th season of rugby league football since the Super League format was introduced in 1996. Fourteen teams competed for the League Leaders' Shield over 27 rounds (including the Magic Weekend in Manchester), after which the highest finishing teams will enter the play-offs to compete for a place in the Grand Final and a chance to win the championship and the Super League Trophy.

Contents

Teams

Super League XIX will be the third and final year of a licensed Super League. Under this system, promotion and relegation between Super League and Championship was abolished, and 14 teams were granted licences subject to certain criteria. For the 2014 season, all fourteen teams from the previous season will compete, although Salford have changed their names from the City Reds to the Red Devils.

At the end of the season, Super League will be reduced to 12 teams, as part of the re-structuring of Super League and the RFL Championship. [4]

Geographically, the vast majority of teams in Super League are based in the north of England, five teams – Warrington, St. Helens, Salford, Wigan and Widnes – to the west of the Pennines in Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, and seven teams to the east in Yorkshire – Huddersfield, Bradford, Wakefield Trinity, Leeds, Castleford, Hull F.C. and Hull Kingston Rovers. Catalans Dragons are the only team based in France and are outside of the UK and London Broncos are the only team to be based in a capital city (London).

TeamStadiumCapacityCity/Area
Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls (2014 season) Provident Stadium 27,000 Bradford, West Yorkshire
Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers (2014 season) The Wish Communications Stadium 11,750 Castleford, West Yorkshire
Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons (2014 season) Stade Gilbert Brutus 14,000 Perpignan, Pyrénées-Orientales, France
Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants (2014 season) John Smith's Stadium 24,544 Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. (2014 season) Kingston Communications Stadium 25,404 Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers (2014 season) Craven Park 9,471 Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos (2014 season) Headingley Carnegie Stadium 22,250 Leeds, West Yorkshire
Broncoscolours.png London Broncos (2014 season) The Hive Stadium 5,176 Edgware, London
Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils (2014 season) AJ Bell Stadium 12,000 Salford, Greater Manchester
Saintscolours.svg St Helens R.F.C. (2014 season) Langtree Park 18,000 St. Helens, Merseyside
Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (2014 season) Rapid Solicitors Stadium 11,000 Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves (2014 season) Halliwell Jones Stadium 15,500 Warrington, Cheshire
Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings (2014 season) Select Security Stadium 13,500 Widnes, Cheshire, England
  Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors (2014 season) DW Stadium 25,138 Wigan, Greater Manchester
Legend
 Reigning Super League champions
 Defending Challenge Cup Champions
 Relegated

Season statistics

Results

The regular league season sees the 14 teams play each other twice (one home, one away) plus an additional match, as part of the Magic Weekend, over 27 matches. The team who finishes 1st at the end of the regular season win the League Leaders' Shield.

Table

As of 14th September 2014
Super League XIX
PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts
1 Saintscolours.svg St Helens R.F.C. 271908796563+23338
2 Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors 271818834429+40537
3 Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants 271737785626+15937
4 Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers 271728814583+23136
5 Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 271719793515+27835
6 Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos 2715210685421+26432
7 Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons 2714112733667+6629
8 Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings 271311361172511427
9 HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers 27103146276653823
10 Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils 27111156086958723
11 Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. 2710215653586+6722
12 Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 271011655775019321
13 Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls 27801951298447210 [lower-alpha 1]
14 Broncoscolours.png London Broncos 27102643812377992
Source: [ citation needed ]
Notes:
  1. Bradford Bulls deducted 6 points on 25 February 2014 for entering administration [5]

Play-offs

The play-offs commenced following the conclusion of the 27-round regular season. To decide the grand finalists from the top eight finishing teams, Super League uses its unique play-off system. The finals concluded with the 2014 Super League Grand Final. [6]

#HomeScoreAwayMatch Information
Date and Time (Local)VenueRefereeAttendance
QUALIFYING AND ELIMINATION FINALS
Q1 Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors 57 4 Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants 18 September 2014, 20:00 BST DW Stadium Richard Silverwood 8,562
Q2 Saintscolours.svg St Helens R.F.C. 41 0 Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers 19 September 2014, 20:00 BST Langtree Park James Child 7,458
E1 Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 22 19 Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings 20 September 2014, 14:45 BST Halliwell Jones Stadium Ben Thaler 7,229
E2 Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos 20 24 Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons 20 September 2014, 17:15 BST Headingley Carnegie Stadium Phil Bentham 7,112
PRELIMINARY SEMI-FINALS
P1 Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers 14 30 Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 25 September 2014, 20:00 BST Wish Communications Stadium Phil Bentham6,219
P2 Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants 16 18 Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons 26 September 2014, 20:00 BST John Smith's Stadium James Child6,900
SEMI-FINALS
SF1 Saintscolours.svg St Helens R.F.C. 30 12 Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons 2 October 2014, 20:00 BST Langtree Park Richard Silverwood8,888
SF2 Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors 16 12 Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 3 October 2014, 20:00 BST DW Stadium Phil Bentham15,023
GRAND FINAL
F Saintscolours.svg St Helens R.F.C. 14 6 Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors 11 October, 18:00 BST Old Trafford, Manchester Phil Bentham70,102

Player statistics

As of 14 September 2014

Discipline

End-of-season awards

Awards are presented for outstanding contributions and efforts to players and clubs in the week leading up to the Super League Grand Final: [8]

2014 Transfers

Players

Player2013 Club2014 Club
John Bateman Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Jamie Langley Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Heath L'Estrange Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls Eastern Suburbs colours.svg NRL: Sydney Roosters
Keith Lulia Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls Wests Tigers colours.svg NRL: Wests Tigers
Jarrod Sammut Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Rangi Chase Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Lee Gilmour Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Jordan Thompson Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C.
Rémi Casty Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons Eastern Suburbs colours.svg NRL: Sydney Roosters
Steve Menzies Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons Retirement
Dale Ferguson Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls
Stuart Fielden Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants Retirement
Luke George Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls
Tom Briscoe Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos
Ben Galea Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Retirement
Daniel Holdsworth Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Cronulla colours.svg NRL: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Paul Johnson Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings
Andy Lynch Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Shannon McDonnell Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
Mark O'Meley Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Retirement
Danny Tickle Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C. Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings
Michael Dobson HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers Newcastle colours.svg NRL: Newcastle Knights
Mickey Paea HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C.
Cory Paterson HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers Wests Tigers colours.svg NRL: Wests Tigers
Lincoln Withers HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers Retirement
Paul McShane Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Chris Bailey Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants
Mark Bryant Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Retirement
Tony Clubb Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Luke Dorn Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Ben Fisher Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Retirement
Tommy Lee Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Chad Randall Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Retirement
Dan Sarginson Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Jamie Soward Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Panthers colours.svg NRL: Penrith Panthers
Scott Wheeldon Broncoscolours.png London Broncos Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Michael Witt Broncoscolours.png London Broncos St. George colours.svg NRL: St. George Illawarra Dragons
Jodie Broughton Redscolours.svg Salford City Reds Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants
Lee Gaskell Redscolours.svg Salford City Reds Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls
Ashley Gibson Redscolours.svg Salford City Reds Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Marc Sneyd Redscolours.svg Salford City Reds Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Paul Clough Saintscolours.svg St. Helens Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings
Ade Gardner Saintscolours.svg St. Helens HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Francis Meli Saintscolours.svg St. Helens Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Josh Perry Saintscolours.svg St. Helens Retirement
Tony Puletua Saintscolours.svg St. Helens Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Paul Aiton Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos
Kyle Amor Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
Ben Cockayne Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Frankie Mariano Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers
Justin Poore Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Kyle Wood Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants
Lee Briers Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves Retirement
Mike Cooper Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves St. George colours.svg NRL: St. George Illawarra Dragons
Brett Hodgson Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves Retirement
Adrian Morley Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Ben Cross Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings Retirement
Gareth Hock Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Harrison Hansen Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Lee Mossop Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors Parramatta colours.svg NRL: Parramatta Eels
Pat Richards Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors Wests Tigers colours.svg NRL: Wests Tigers
Sam Tomkins Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors New Zealand colours.svg NRL: New Zealand Warriors
Chris Tuson Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C.
Scott Anderson Brisbane colours.svg NRL: Brisbane Broncos Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Lama Tasi Brisbane colours.svg NRL: Brisbane Broncos Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Kris Keating Canterbury colours.svg NRL: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Ben Pomeroy Cronulla colours.svg NRL: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons
Jordan Atkins Gold Coast Titans colours.svg NRL: Gold Coast Titans Broncoscolours.png London Broncos
Junior Sa'u Melbourne colours.svg NRL: Melbourne Storm Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Neville Costigan Newcastle colours.svg NRL: Newcastle Knights HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Kevin Locke New Zealand colours.svg NRL: New Zealand Warriors Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Steve Rapira New Zealand colours.svg NRL: New Zealand Warriors Redscolours.svg Salford Red Devils
Matt Bowen North Queensland colours.svg NRL: North Queensland Cowboys Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Scott Moore North Queensland colours.svg NRL: North Queensland Cowboys Broncoscolours.png London Broncos
Matt Ryan Parramatta colours.svg NRL: Parramatta Eels Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Mose Masoe Panthers colours.svg NRL: Penrith Panthers Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
Luke Walsh Panthers colours.svg NRL: Penrith Panthers Saintscolours.svg St. Helens
Roy Asotasi South Sydney colours.svg NRL: South Sydney Rabbitohs Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves
Jeff Lima South Sydney colours.svg NRL: South Sydney Rabbitohs Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons
Michael Weyman St. George colours.svg NRL: St. George Illawarra Dragons HKRcolours.svg Hull Kingston Rovers
Michael Oldfield Eastern Suburbs colours.svg NRL: Sydney Roosters Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons
Eddy Pettybourne Wests Tigers colours.svg NRL: Wests Tigers Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors
Setaimata Sa London Irish (Premiership Rugby) Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C.
Ben Farrar N/A Broncoscolours.png London Broncos
Danny Galea N/A Widnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings
Fetuli Talanoa N/A Hullcolours.svg Hull F.C.

Media

Television

2014 is the third year of a five-year contract with Sky Sports to televise 70 matches per season. [9] The deal which runs until 2016 is worth £90million.

Sky Sports coverage in the UK see two live matches broadcast each week, which will usually be shown at 20:00 on Thursday and Friday nights [10] with the Thursday night fixtures first being adopted at the back-end of the 2013 season.

Regular commentators were Eddie Hemmings and Mike Stephenson with summarisers including Phil Clarke, Brian Carney, Barrie McDermott and Terry O'Connor. Sky will broadcast highlights on Sunday Nights on Super League - Full Time, usually airing at 10pm.

BBC Sport broadcast a highlights programme called the Super League Show , presented by Tanya Arnold. The BBC show two weekly broadcasts of the programme. The first is only to the BBC North West, Yorkshire & North Midlands, North East & Cumbria, and East Yorkshire & Lincolnshire regions on Monday evenings at 23:35 on BBC One, [11] while a repeat showing is shown nationally on BBC Two on Tuesday afternoons at 13:30. The Super League Show is also available for one week after broadcast for streaming or download via the BBC iPlayer in the UK only. [12] End of season play-offs are shown on BBC Two across the whole country in a weekly highlights package on Sunday afternoons. [13]

Internationally, Super League is shown live or delayed on Showtime Sports (Middle East), Māori Television (New Zealand), TV 2 Sport (Norway), NTV+ (Russia), Fox Soccer Plus (United States), Eurosport (Australia) or Sportsnet World (Canada).

Radio

BBC Coverage:

Commercial Radio Coverage:

All Super League commentaries on any station are available via the particular stations on-line streaming.

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