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Fixtures for 2021’s Magic Weekend at Newcastle’s St James’ Park confirmed


ST HELENS v Catalans and Wigan v Warrington are the showpiece games at this year’s Magic Weekend.

The two-day showpiece, which sees an entire round of fixtures played at the same venue, has been moved to September 4 and 5.

And fans, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement yesterday, may get to see their side in action.

If he is picked, Salford’s very own Geordie Sam Luckley will get to live his dream against Castleford in Magic Weekend’s first game.

Champions St Helens take on Catalans Dragons before Leeds face Hull FC.

Sunday, September 5 will be finished by Leigh’s return to Magic Weekend against Hull KR. Huddersfield first play Wakefield before Wigan take on Warrington.

All clubs will play on the same day they were meant to at 2020’s cancelled event in recognition of supporters who have held on to their tickets.


Saturday, September 4 – Castleford v Salford, St Helens v Catalans, Leeds v Hull FC

Sunday, September 5 – Huddersfield v Wakefield, Wigan v Warrington, Leigh v Hull KR

Kick off times to be announced in due course.

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