|Super League Show|
|Coverage: Monday, 14 December 23:30 GMT on BBC One (north of England). Repeated on BBC Two nationwide at 13:00 GMT on Tuesday, 15 December. Available on iplayer for 28 days.|
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott and some of the club's stars of 2015 will look back at their sensational treble-winning year on the Super League Show on Monday, 14 December.
The Rhinos completed the treble for the first time in their history as legends Jamie Peacock, Kylie Leuluai and Kevin Sinfield departed the club in style.
McDermott said: "It was a weird emotion when we won the Grand Final. It was more relief than anything because it would have been such a shame to have got there and not won it.
"Everyone loves a fairytale and looking at those three after that game I just thought 'this must be absolutely brilliant for them'."
The end-of-year special will be hosted by Tanya Arnold and will look back on all the big stories in 2015:
- A review of how all 12 Super League teams fared in the first season under the new league structure.
- Wakefield coach Brian Smith talks about what winning the Million Pound Game against Bradford meant to him.
- An insight into how Adrian Morley, Barrie McDermott, Lee Briers and a number of other rugby league legends got on when they climbed Kilimanjaro as part of a charity challenge to stage the sport's highest-ever match.
- A look back at England's successful Test series against New Zealand.
There is also an interview with Lizzie Jones, widow of Keighley Cougars player Danny Jones, who died from a heart problem in May aged 29.
Lizzie sang an emotional rendition of Abide With Me before the Challenge Cup final in August.