The Rugby Football League has reminded teams taking part in tomorrow’s first round ties in the Conference Challenge Trophy as to procedure if scores are level on 80 minutes. Games are to be settled on `Golden Point’, with
BLACKPOOL will provide the backdrop on Saturday (30 April) when Ireland, Scotland and Wales contest the Wheelchair Celtic Cup. The competition, at Blackpool Sports Centre, will get underway at 11.10am when Ireland and Wales are set to clash.
Two of this evening’s quarter-final ties in the E Lamb & Son Cumberland Amateur Cup will not be going ahead. Broughton Red Rose are unable to raise a team for the game at Hensingham, while Aspatria
Amateur Rugby League outfits have again been given the opportunity to upgrade their grounds, with the help of a long-standing initiative facilitated by the Rugby Football League. Clubs that have previously made use of the project have been
HOLDERS GB ARMED FORCES accounted for GB POLICE 52-18 last night as the 2016 MEN’S ASSOCIATIONS’ CUP got under way. ENGLAND UNIVERSITIES, meanwhile, beat GB TEACHERS 32-16 in the other opener, staged as part of a double-header at
Bristol Sonics’ preparations for the 2016 summer Rugby League season take a step up tonight (Wednesday 20 April) when they face military opposition at Landseer Avenue, home of hosts Dings Crusaders RFC. The Sonics will take on the Royal
Bath & Wiltshire Romans will play their first game at their new home ground at Corsham RUFC this evening. The friendly match, against Swindon St George, will kick off at 7.00pm and will be played in four quarters.
THE 2016 Men’s Associations’ Cup kicks off tomorrow (Wednesday, 20 April) at Stanningley, Leeds. GB Armed Forces, the holders, take on GB Police at 6.00pm, and England Universities meet GB Teachers at 8.00pm. The Universities – formerly GB
There’s a big East v West clash at Treharris RFC today as Valley Cougars host West Wales Raiders in the RFL Conference League South (kick-off 2.30pm) writes Ian Golden. Last season the honours were shared between these two clubs
Nottingham Outlaws continue the defence of their Conference League South crown on Saturday with a difficult looking away fixture against league newcomers London Chargers at Motspur Park (kick off 2.30pm) writes Richard Johnson. After a two opening