SECOND TACKLE: SAINTS have been having their say on who they feel the team's outstanding performers will be when the season resumes tomorrow.

The clash with Catalans Dragons at Headingley behind closed doors will be the first for the players since the loss at Castleford Tigers on March 15.

Kristian Woolf's players came back into training three weeks ago to prepare for the vigours of Super League again, having spent nearly four months before that training on their own in their own time while on furlough leave due to the UK lockdown forced by the coronavirus pandemic.

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James 'Jammer' Graham, having recently returned to the club from the NRL, is the only one in the squad to have played since May and has lifted the excitement levels for the Saints' return.

So now, there's a lot of unknowns - which players across Super League have stood up to the challenge the best and whose bodies will be able to combat and withstand the incredible intensity and collision forces as they suddenly have to hit the ground running again.

Here's the names from the St Helens Star and Saints-St Helens Star Facebook pages that Saints fans have suggested will cope the best, and it seems Philip Platt has got himself stuck in something of a time warp:

Lee Hughes: The game will speed up, so it will benefit the faster fitter players.

Karl Hull: Johnny will have field day.

Andrew Corless: Jammer Robby and Aaron smith

Tony Huddart: jammer

Neil Connolly: Spot the misstake in that article

Ste Brookes: going to suit our young fast pack

Philip Platt: Sonny nickle and Apollo