DOGS DO ENOUGH | A gutsy second half comeback wasn't enough for the Dragons last night as Canterbury...
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On this week's Super League Show...
Date: Sunday, 25th February 2007 Time: 1.00pm Channel: BBC1 (replacing "Diagnosis Murder" in the North) ...and viewable by UK users for the following week through Website: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_league/
Harry Gration introduces action from the encounter between the two great clubs of the modern era: St Helens v Bradford.
The newly crowned World Champions will be looking to kick-start their domestic season after two consecutive league defeats. They face a Bulls side who are sitting pretty at the top-of-the table with the best attacking record in the competition so far.
Saints star Jon Wilkin will be in the studio to reflect on the blockbuster.
Meanwhile, Salford play host to Catalans with the Reds still searching for their first win of the season. The Dragons, who lost Stacey Jones with a broken arm in the corresponding fixture last year, will be full of confidence after beating Leeds on Saturday.
Salford coach Karl Harrison will give his thoughts on the crucial game for the Reds.
Plus a special feature on the fab four at Leeds. We meet the Beatlesque quartet of Kiwi's, Ali Lauitiiti, Clinton Toopi, Brent Webb and Kylie Leuluai, who are attracting their own cult following in West Yorkshire.
There is also a special report from Wigan v Hull KR as Brian Noble's men search for their first home win of the season.
Action from Harlequins v Warrington with Brian McDermott's side looking to build on their impressive start to the season.
Try of the Month competition giving viewer's the chance to win a very unique prize - a ball signed by all 12 of this season's Super League captains.