Huddersfield Giants gave a nervy performance tonight at the John Smith’s Stadium, but in the end it was enough to secure them a 24-12 victory against Widnes Vikings – their first in four outings this season. But it was the
First Utility Super League Round 3 Leeds Rhinos 28 Huddersfield Giants 24 (Thursday) St Helens 21 Castleford Tigers 14 (Friday) Catalans Dragons 38 Warrington Wolves 18 (Saturday) Salford Red Devils 32 Hull FC 28 (Saturday) Hull Kingston Rovers 22 Wigan Warriors
Widnes Vikings have unveiled a special edition black and white playing jersey that will be worn by the team at the First Utility Super League Magic Weekend at St James’ Park on May 30th 2015. The jersey features the Sir
On February 5th 2015, Widnes Vikings, NHS Halton CCG and Halton Borough Council will join forces to stage an official Guinness World Record attempt involving local businesses, school children and Halton residents. The World Record attempt at 11am will launch
Widnes Vikings have announced that Head Coach Denis Betts has signed a one-year extension to his current contract. The new deal will take Betts’ contract through to the end of the 2017. Betts has been charge at the Vikings since
League Express and Rugby League World reporter Aaron Bower gives an insight into what’s in store for fans with a new rule change in 2015.. Wednesday night was a night I’d been looking forward to for some time. After the
Hull Kingston Rovers and Widnes Vikings have teamed up in a unique partnership that will offer discounted tickets to season pass holders travelling to matches between the two clubs. In what is believed to be the first agreement of its
Warrington Wolves have confirmed that their pre-season clash against Widnes Vikings, scheduled for today at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, has been postponed because of a frozen pitch. The game has been re-scheduled for the evening of Wednesday 7 January.
The RFL and Widnes Vikings have accepted the decision of an independent Tribunal to fine the club £20,000 for serious breaches of the sport’s Operational Rules at the end of a Challenge Cup semi-final at Leigh Sports Village in August.
Widnes Vikings have been fined £20,000 after an independent tribunal found them guilty of serious breaches of RFL Operational Rules following crowd disturbances at the end of a Challenge Cup semi-final against Castleford Tigers played at Leigh Sports Village played