JOHN DUFFY paid tribute to the club’s off-field effort after his Swinton side hung on to clinch the second promotion ticket into the Championship. Swinton’s pulsating 29-28 victory over Keighley secured promotion for the Lions in an unpredictable contest between
Swinton Lions’ semi-final match winner Chris Atkin is anticipating the toughest challenge of the season when they lock horns with Keighley Cougars in the Kingstone Press League 1 play-off final on Sunday October 4 (2.00pm). Atkin, who kicked the winning
Keighley Cougars top try-scorer Paul White is enjoying being part of the promotion race as they aim to tackle Swinton Lions this Sunday at the Select Security Stadium, Widnes, in the Kingstone Press League 1 play-off final. White, who has
Swinton Lions coach John Duffy said: “It was a tough game down at Hemel, we played really well. We rested a few players and tried a few players in different positions so it was a good hit out for us.
By GARETH WALKER of League Express THE RFL has confirmed that the Summer Bash will go ahead again next year following a successful inaugural event in Blackpool. Over 15,000 supporters – well above the average for a typical round of
North Wales Crusaders won the iPro Sport Cup this afternoon in Blackpool, defeating Swinton Lions 14-8 in an entertaining game at Bloomfield Road. It is the second trophy won by the Crusaders, who defeated London Skolars at Halifax in 2013
Swinton Lions captain Ritchie Hawkyard believes the Lions have the winning blend of experience and potential needed to taste iPro Sport Cup final glory at Blackpool on Saturday (12.00). The Lions face North Wales Crusaders at Bloomfield Road in the
It’s two wins from the first three league fixtures for the University of Gloucestershire All Golds and they will look to keep their impressive start to the season going on Sunday when they host Swinton. Sunday’s fixture marks a landmark