ANDY SHARPE urges Salford Red Devils supporters to get behind their team if they don’t want to lose it. How can a club in the supposed heartlands of Rugby League attract a crowd of only 2,800 to a top division
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St Helens have announced the signing of Shannon McDonnell until the end of next season. The 27-year-old fullback joins from Wests Tigers, where he has been since he last played for the champions. McDonnell joined Saints at the latter part of the
This weekend’s Round 5 matches in Kingstone Press League 1 will all be played on Sunday May 3 Hemel Stags v South Wales Scorpions (2.30) Hemel Stags go into the game on the back of a 31-28 defeat at Oxford.
ANDY SHARPE takes a look back to the weekend’s Rugby League action JOHN BATEMAN WAS LUCKY NOT TO BE SERIOUSLY HURT Anyone who saw the Wigan Warriors win over Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at the Rapid Solicitors stadium on Thursday night
Richard Lawrence, writing as The Dummy Runner, argues that Rugby League has to shed its victim mentality if it is to make progress. It’s time for revolution. No, really. In fact the revolution is long, long overdue. Rugby League is nowhere
The following players have been selected to represent the Tongan National Rugby League in Saturday’s Test match against Samoa at Cbus Super Stadium. Coach of the side is Kristian Woolf, who currently has the Townsville Blackhawks at the top of
Australian coach Tim Sheens has selected four debutants in his squad for the Anzac Test against New Zealand in Brisbane on Friday. The squad also included Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater, who is carrying a shoulder injury and will play subject to
ANDY SHARPE takes a look at current happenings in Rugby League Welcome to the latest edition of Six to Go, looking at some of the things that have caught my eye over the past seven days. 1. New shirts –
“Leigh Centurions have issued a statement to counter suggestions that have arisen in various social media that have created rumours about the club and the RFL’s dope-testing regime. The statement is as follows: “In relation to various malicious allegations on
Dave Woods presents the third episode of Rugby League Back Chat from the Arc in Leeds featuring Garry Schofield, Gareth Walker and Chris Irvine.