Widnes head coach Denis Betts has insisted the club must remain patient in their search to sign new players. Betts has made no secret of his desire to bring new players into the club, with only two signings secured ahead
Widnes Vikings head coach Denis Betts has announced that the club will be led by a four-player leadership group in the upcoming Super League season. Following the departure of former skipper Kevin Brown to Warrington, the club will now be
Denis Betts has admitted that he understands the frustrations of St Helens counterpart Keiron Cunningham after he lost new halfback Matty Smith to a leg injury. Saints confirmed that Smith will miss the start of the Super League season following
New Widnes signing Tom Armstrong had admitted he has fitted in seamlessly at the Vikings. Armstrong is one of two new signings at the Club, alongside Tom Olbison, in the off-season after joining from Leigh Centurions on a two-year deal.
Widnes Vikings scrum-half Tom Gilmore has stressed he never considered moving away from the club, despite his limited amount of game-time prior to Kevin Brown’s departure from the club. Gilmore has been handed the number seven shirt for the 2017
As part of our build-up to the 2017 Super League season, we take a look at how all the clubs could line up going into the start of the campaign. The first club in focus is Widnes Vikings, who have
Widnes Vikings coach Denis Betts admits he was pleased with the performance of young half-back Tom Gilmore in the club’s first game since the departure of captain Kevin Brown. The Vikings ultimately lost 28-18 to Warrington in their opening pre-season
Kevin Brown is in contention to make his debut for Warrington – against his former club Widnes. The Wolves travel to Brown’s old employers on Tuesday, December 27, as they take to the field for the first time since their
Widnes Vikings halfback Tom Gilmore has spoken of his pride at being awarded the number squad number for the 2017 season. Gilmore will follow in the footsteps of several former great players, such as Ray Owen, Reggie Bowden and David Hulme, who have worn
Kevin Brown insists he has nothing to be ashamed of following his move to Warrington. In an exclusive interview with League Express, the former Widnes halfback revealed all following his move to the Wolves, and discussed his exit from the Vikings.