Chanter

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  1. World Cup Crowds

    Lets just face it, Aussies haven't and never will support international RL. I wouldn't hold another World Cup there again. They don't deserve it tbh
  2. right this is it

    Pity it's not a full house. COME ON ENGLAND
  3. Should England get to the final, will Prince Harry make an appearance? Be good to see our RFL patron endorsing RL to the World. Be even better if he handed the cup to SB
  4. Yes, they should, but working side by side helping each other in order that the development of the game is preserved. Not aiding the game at grass roots level is suicide
  5. Its not a threat, just a deal maker. Why wouldn't you want your domestic comp to survive? All that hard work swept under the carpet? I can't for the life of me see that this is a threat
  6. I would ensure that as part of acceptance, the RFL must insist that the USARL domestic comp is not left to rot and is looked after with sponsorship deals?
  7. http://www.walesrugbyleague.co.uk/article/15078/ Good stuff happening down in Wales
  8. Maybe for the next 2 years, the magic weekend should be nines. Make a sense as it'll give us time to prepare and get used to the concept
  9. Dunno, but the Toronto Siddal game will be televised http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/39019432
  10. The more the merrier for me. I can't see how expanding from the so called heartlands can be a negative thing. As with dividing the money out, it's up to the RFL to get their finger out and sell the sport to potential sponsors
  11. Good stuff. Good luck to you all there in Llanelli, I hope it all bears well, You're a credit to the sport on a cynical note, your quote- "hopefully it won’t be long before the RFL takes notice as there are teams all over the UK that want to help develop the sport outside of the so-called heartlands". I wouldn't hold your breath on that one.
  12. Only reiterating what it states in the third paragraph of the story bud.
  13. Obituary Thread 2016

    Michael Nicholson, ITN war correspondent reporter. I remember his reports of the Falklands war vividly.
  14. I know it's better than nothing, and any funding is welcome, but 2000 euros? About 1900 quid. Seems a very small amount to train several new coaches. Good luck to them though