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Garry Schofield picks his England side for the Four Nations

Garry Schofield picks his England side for the Four Nations

In  last week’s League Express, controversial columnist Garry Schofield picked his current England team ahead of the end of season Four Nations. There’re some big calls made by the former Great Britain captain, but do you agree with them? Let

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Ireland Announced as 2016 RLEF Congress Host Nation

Ireland Announced as 2016 RLEF Congress Host Nation

The 2016 RLEF Congress will be held in Bray, outside Dublin, Ireland, between 28-30 October 2016, to coincide with Ireland’s home 2017 World Cup qualifier against Russia on 29 October in the town. RLEF chairman Maurice Watkins, CBE commented: “This

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Serbian U21s Victorious in Czech Republic

Serbian U21s Victorious in Czech Republic

Serbian rugby league’s future looks bright after their U21 national side confidently defeated the senior Czech team 32-4 away in Vrchlabi. Led by Partizan hooker Dario Abidinović’s  two try performance, the Serbians led 20-0 at the break, Relja Petrović and

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Belgium, Germany and Netherlands Announce Triangular Series Fixtures

Belgium, Germany and Netherlands Announce Triangular Series Fixtures

Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands have announced the dates of their triangular series. Germany will host the Belgians in Dusseldorf on 6 August before travelling to Rotterdam a week later for the Griffin Cup, contested annually between the two neighbours.

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GB Student Pioneers Announce Tour to Hungary

GB Student Pioneers Announce Tour to Hungary

The GB Student Pioneers will retain their central European flavour in 2016, having announced a tour to Hungary. It follows their successful trip last year to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The British side, which is drawn from students from four nations

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City Take Game 1 in Jamaica Parish of Residence Series

City Take Game 1 in Jamaica Parish of Residence Series

City, made up of players from Kingston and St Andrew, defeated St Catherine 22-16 in game one of the Parish of Residence series at the Barbican Football Field.   The two-match series will help select the best 25 players in

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Wardle considering Four Nations options

Wardle considering Four Nations options Updated

Huddersfield Giants star Joe Wardle has put his plans for the Four Nations on hold following the club’s disappointing start to the season. The Halifax-born centre or backrower has played internationally for Scotland since making his debut for the Bravehearts

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Papua New Guinea stun Fiji in Pacific Test

Papua New Guinea stun Fiji in Pacific Test

Papua New Guinea produced an incredible comeback to stun Fiji and win the Pacific Test in a quite incredible international match at Parramatta’s Pirtek Stadium. PNG trailed 16-8 at half-time and looked set for defeat, but they scored 18 second

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Australia win low-scoring Anzac Test against New Zealand

Australia win low-scoring Anzac Test against New Zealand

Australia emerged through a low-scoring and somewhat forgettable Anzac Test match against New Zealand to claim the latest bragging rights between the two nations. It was a matchup between the world’s top two sides but, with little to get excited

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Hull FC risk cup chances for international game

Hull FC risk cup chances for international game

Hull FC will go to St Helens for their Challenge Cup sixth round tie on today without two of their overseas stars Frank Pritchard and Sika Manu, after the club agreed to release both players for international duty this. Whilst

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