Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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The Fab Five: Week ending Sunday July 20

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It’s been another outstanding weekend of Rugby League action, with shocks, twists and surprises all across the country to seriously shake up the top three divisions. In Super League, the play-off race has tightened up after a shock win for Widnes on Friday night. And the Championship is hotting up too after some surprise results – with Championship One looking ... Read More »

Vikings get back on track with Wolves victory

Widnes Vikings came back to form with a bang, inflicting Warrington Wolves first defeat after ten successive victories with a 28-14 verdict. Prior to the game Widnes paid tribute to their recently deceased number one supporter Pat Price, and her memory was clearly an inspiration for the Widnes team. The Vikings took an early grip on the game with a ... Read More »

TotalRL TV: Super League Friday preview + Hock debate

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In this week’s edition of TotalRL TV, we take an in-depth look at tonight’s two Super League fixtures, as Wigan take on Hull FC and there is a hugely anticipated derby between Widnes Vikings and Warrington Wolves. But as well as that, we also discuss the ramifications of Gareth Hock’s seven-match ban for making deliberate contact with a referee, and ... Read More »

Milestones: Super League Round 21

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Round 21 of the 2014 Super League season got underway in dramatic fashion last night, as Leeds Rhinos and Castleford Tigers played out a stunning 24-24 draw. But there is still plenty of action left in the tank this weekend, as six more games take place – with some pivotal games in store. Bradford’s relegation to the Championship could be ... Read More »

Declan Hulme extends Widnes Vikings deal

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Widnes utility Declan Hulme has signed a 12-month contract extension at the Vikings. The versatile back, 21, has scored four tries in four Super League appearances this season, and scored two in their run to the Challenge Cup semi-finals. Hulme has spent time on dual registration duty in the Championship over the last two years. “He has so much potential ... Read More »

Vikings: Joseph banned, will miss Warrington derby

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Widnes Vikings prop Phil Joseph will miss this weekend’s derby clash against Warrington Wolves after being given a one-match ban for a dangerous tackle. Joseph will sit out Friday’s match, but centre Stefan Marsh is clear to play after pleading guilty to a grade A offence. Warrington stand-off Chris Bridge admitted a grade A striking offence from the 72-12 win ... Read More »

Video: Vikings coach Betts reflects on Wildcats loss

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Video highlights: Wakefield Wildcats v Widnes Vikings

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Extensive video highlights from Thursday’s Super League round 20 clash between Wakefield Wildcats and Widnes Vikings. For in-depth analysis and statistics, buy a copy of today’s League Express newspaper. What do you think about this game? Discuss this, and many other Rugby League topics, on or free fans’ forum. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online ... Read More »

The race for Super League’s eighth place

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After Wakefield managed to overcome Widnes by a narrow margin on Thursday night, the race for eighth spot in Super League 2014 has been blown wide open. Four teams are seperated by just four points after Wakefield’s victory, with Salford six off Widnes – but still well and truly in the mix. A win for Hull Kingston Rovers at Leeds ... Read More »

Widnes Vikings coach swipes at officials

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Widnes Vikings boss Denis Betts has lamented the lack of consistency in Super League officiating, after his side’s poor run of form continued at Wakefield on Thursday night. The Vikings are now clinging onto their play-off spot by a thread after defeat to the Wildcats, which sees James Webster’s side just two points behind the Vikings after their 12-10 win. ... Read More »