SAINTS coach Kristian Woolf is happy to endorse the Super League round dedicated to the club's Grand Final winning prop Mose Masoe.

The 31-year-old Samoan international damaged his spinal cord 14 months ago that left him with a life changing injury.

The whole round this weekend has been dedicated to the popular prop with fans urged to buy tickets to support him.

Masoe will be guest of honour at Saints v his current club Hull KR tonight.

Woolf said: " We are very happy to support the Mose Masoe round for a number of reasons.

"Mose is an ex-player at Saints and extremely well spoken of here.

"There are lot of people on staff, ex-players, coaches, current players who have played with him as well.

"They speak really highly of him and he carries himself exceptionally well.

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"He has had a tragic circumstance, but the way he has come through that and handled that, and fought to be in a better position now is exemplary for everyone.

"It is a cause we are happy to support."

The way the rugby league world has rallied around to support Masoe shows the sport at its best. 

"It is one of the best things about our sport," Woolf said.

"On a global scale we are not the biggest sport – but one thing it does do is band together well.

"At times we can bicker with each other, but when it is a cause like this it comes together well and we support our own as good, if not better, than any other sport."