I thought it was RL rules that a club had to issue a programme?
2009 and 2010 Championship clubs got together and produced Game On collective magazine (in the style of Australia's Big League). Some clubs carried on with their own prog, lots didn't. Some did supplementary teamsheets.
Early 1968 was the first Fev one. I think Salford were the first a week or two earlier. Fev used to number their sheets and got up to about 100 before it stopped, presumably because the archaic laws finally changed.
He was the best scrum half I've seen play over here as a junior. He was touted as far back as Stacey Jones's time in Perpignan as a future star. He then disappeared played some union I think and may be a short spell in Australia. Had two SL games at the Dragons in 2011. Finished up with Palau in recent times. I saw him play against Carcassonne a few months back when his side got a real hammering but he was by some distance their best player. And of course a stand out in the French teams win against Scotland last November when opposite Danny Brough. I hope he sticks with it at Fev.
Me too! We've had a few half-back problems since our title-winning Finn& Kain combo got broken up. I think there is little doubt about his talent, and he has enormous potential at this level.
Fev have a good record of looking after French players, including Divet, Banquet, Greseque and Zitter who all enjoyed their time with us.