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TotalRL TV: The occasion got to us – Denis Betts

TotalRL TV: The occasion got to us – Denis Betts

🕔12:40, 11.Aug 2014

In the latest episode of TotalRL TV, Widnes boss Denis Betts reflects on his side’s convincing Challenge Cup loss but refuses to be drawn into commenting on the pitch invasion by Vikings fans. What do you think about this story?

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Vikings apologise after fans invade pitch in Challenge Cup

Vikings apologise after fans invade pitch in Challenge Cup

🕔12:19, 11.Aug 2014

Widnes Vikings have released a statement following yesterday’s Challenge Cup semi-final loss to Castleford Tigers, in which a group of fans invaded the pitch at the end of the match. It reads: “We have pledged to work with the RFL

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TotalRL TV: Powell furious at Widnes pitch invaders

TotalRL TV: Powell furious at Widnes pitch invaders

🕔11:09, 11.Aug 2014

In this video, Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell and captain Michael Shenton reflect on their Challenge Cup success in yesterday’s semi-final against Widnes. Powell also speaks about the crowd trouble that marred the end of the game. What do you

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RFL release statement addressing Widnes pitch invaders

RFL release statement addressing Widnes pitch invaders

🕔08:15, 11.Aug 2014

Following the incident involving some spectators at the end of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup semi-final at Leigh Sports Village between Castleford Tigers and Widnes Vikings yesterday, the RFL have said they will await reports from the stadium, the police and

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Vikings ‘second best’, says Betts

Vikings ‘second best’, says Betts

🕔17:28, 10.Aug 2014

Widnes Vikings head coach Denis Betts admits his side were “second best” during their semi-final defeat to Castleford Tigers, saying the team were outplayed throughout. The Vikings slumped to a disappointing 28-6 against the Tigers to ensure they wouldn’t be

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Widnes Vikings 6-28 Castleford Tigers

Widnes Vikings 6-28 Castleford Tigers

🕔15:48, 10.Aug 2014

The Challenge Cup will have its first all-West Yorkshire final in 40 years, after Castleford Tigers destroyed Widnes Vikings to book their place alongside Leeds Rhinos at Wembley in two weeks. Cas were dominant from start to finish, and a

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Rugby League Scoreboard: Sunday August 10

Rugby League Scoreboard: Sunday August 10

🕔14:43, 10.Aug 2014

Tetley’s Challenge Cup – semi-final Widnes Vikings 6-28 Castleford Tigers Kingstone Press Championship Sheffield 31-30 Swinton North Wales Crusaders 17-20 Halifax Barrow 10-24 Keighley Dewsbury 38-20 Rochdale Doncaster 36-10 Workington Whitehaven 28-13 Batley Kingstone Press Championship One Hemel Stags 16-34

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Wolves had too much to do, says Smith

Wolves had too much to do, says Smith

🕔16:41, 9.Aug 2014

Warrington Wolves boss Tony Smith admits his team left themselves with too much work to do after the first-half of their defeat against Leeds Rhinos – saying they “didn’t put their best foot forward”. The Wolves were blown away by

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McDermott praises Leeds Rhinos first-half

McDermott praises Leeds Rhinos first-half

🕔16:33, 9.Aug 2014

Leeds Rhinos boss Brian McDermott praised his side’s devastating first-half performance as the catalyst for their victory against Warrington Wolves, as the Rhinos booked their place at Wembley in two weeks time. The Rhinos were sensational in the first period,

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Leeds Rhinos book their place in Challenge Cup final

Leeds Rhinos book their place in Challenge Cup final

🕔16:20, 9.Aug 2014

Leeds Rhinos are just 80 minutes away from their first Challenge Cup success in 15 years, after they saw off the challenge of cup rivals Warrington Wolves to book their place at Wembley in two weeks time with a 24-16

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