Wolfpack youngsters to join London Skolars on loan

Toronto Wolfpack has announced that their North American players Quinn Ngawati and Ryan Burroughs will join League 1 side London Skolars for the remainder of the 2018 season. Wolfpack coach Paul Rowley will monitor the pair closely throughout the season. “This is a great opportunity for these boys,” said Rowley. “The opportunity to move down a level to play some…

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Wolfpack score 76 in League 1 debut

Toronto Wolfpack outgunned London Skolars at the New River Stadium today, winning 76-0 in their first match in the Kingstone Press League 1 competition. The Wolfpack scored 13 tries, 12 of them converted by Craig Hall in front of a Skolars record crowd of 1,542 spectators. The Wolfpack were 34-0 ahead at half-time and the star of the show was…

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Tomkins to appear at traditional Capital Challenge

Wigan Warriors and London Skolars have confirmed the details of next years’ traditional Capital Challenge – with Sam Tomkins set to be guest speaker at the event. The tie, which will see the two teams do battle at the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) ground on Friday 22 January 2016, will see a Wigan XIII compete in their third Capital Challenge…

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RFL and BBC agree new Challenge Cup deal

The RFL and BBC have agreed a deal that will see the broadcaster continue to televise the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup and highlights of the First Utility Super League until 2020. The deal ensures that the Challenge Cup final will continue to be broadcast live on the BBC until 2020 and that the BBC will broadcast live matches in the sixth…

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League 1 Previews

Totalrl.com looks ahead to all the games that are taking place in League 1 this week. Thursday, August 20 York City Knights v North Wales Crusaders (7.30pm) Following their 30-22 victory at London Skolars, which keeps them in second place, York City Knights face a busy time over the next few days. Following the game against North Wales Crusaders they…

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League 1 preview: London Skolars v Coventry Bears

London Skolars, with coach Jermaine Coleman at stand-off, turned in a good performance at North Wales Crusaders despite going down 18-10: “It was good but we were still disappointed with the result,” said Coleman. “I think we probably weren’t as clinical as we needed to be to capitalise on the spells we had and ultimately that proved costly. “I think…

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