According to tonights Mail the big switch on is the first home league game on 11th April. The BOD intend to invite players who played against St Helens in the first floodlit game in 1966. Does anybody on this Forum have the names of the team.
Gareth Hock has received a 6 match ban for using his knees in two separate incidents playing for Salford against St Helens. What a shame such a talented player puts in cheap shots designed to injure his oponents.
Final score 38-20. Very different game to last week. Keighley were a much better side to Haven. Bigger but they made a lot of handling errors and gave away penalties. I think they tired in the end and could not contain Barrow with a lack of possession. Barrow were easy winners in the end. Gate about 860. Again many congrats to players and coaching staff.
As far as I'm aware the funding of a player has no effect on the salary cap. The salary cap is based on wages paid to players. As far as I'm aware Zitter was taken on before the existence of a salary cap but if it had not been the sponsor money would go into income and players wages on the figures for players costs for the salary cap.
I don't know what anybody else thinks but I feel that the coverage has been excellent since Cresta became head coach. We are getting plenty of coverage almost every day and there is even a long piece about Willie Horne tonight. This is even more pleasing considering it is the off season. I hope Radio Cumbria can match this with commentaries in 2015.