NickWeaver

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  1. NickWeaver

    Team for next season

    Is an hour by car not close?
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    Team for next season

    With Swinton staying up I'd be calling around to Swinton, Rochdale, and Sheffield offering them Quinn for the whole season. The reason I chose these teams is that they are all likely to be part time and close to Manchester which would allow Quinn to train with the Wolfpack on off Days. I would also try to get them to agree to a pre-season friendly as a requisite.
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    Team for next season

    Hopefully a new scoreboard and possibly moving the field south a bit to create more room to move in the beer Garden at half time.
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Big win for Russia against Serbia in Moscow
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Spain triumphs over Russia in Euro Champ. Group B
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    Million pound game

    Stanley tore his calf so is done for the Season. It's why they didn't challenge his ban
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    Million pound game

    Ticket Information for MPG. Looks like they really want to pack the place Toronto Wolfpack will host the Rugby Football League’s (RFL) ‘Million Pound Game’ at Lamport Stadium on Sunday, October 7th (K.O. 2pm EDT) against London Broncos. The game on Canadian Thanksgiving Sunday serves as a winner-takes-all playoff clash with the final position in the 2019 Super League on the line. With all 7 rounds of the ‘Super 8s The Qualifiers’ now complete the final playoff clash takes place between the teams finishing 4th (Toronto Wolfpack) and 5th (London Broncos). For more information on the game click here. Ticket Information To purchase tickets now please go to www.torontowolfpack.com/tickets. Kids go Free Building on the success of previous “kids go free” games on Canada Day Weekend and Labour Day Weekend, the Wolfpack will again extend free tickets to all Under 16s to encourage families to come together and enjoy a Thanksgiving celebration at The Den. Adults can claim up to 2 free Junior Tickets with each purchase. Season Ticket Holders wishing to add juniors, or fans bringing bigger groups of juniors, can do so by emailing ticketing@torontowolfpack.com. Season Ticket Holders / Members (Monday October 1st) As a sign of appreciation for their support throughout the season all 2018 Season Ticket Holders will be granted 2 x ticket vouchers for the game, allowing access for them and a friend or family member. Fans already signed up for 2019 Memberships will also be granted a ticket voucher. Emails will be sent at Monday lunchtime to communicate both offers and an exclusive link and password. Anyone missing this email should contact ticketing@torontowolfpack.com. Pre-Sale (Tuesday October 2nd) A pre-sale will run on Tuesday October 2nd for all 2018 postseason ticket buyers. A link will be sent via email to all buyers to access tickets ahead of general sale. General Sale (Wednesday October 3rd) Tickets will go on general sale at 9am on Wednesday October 3rd. Single game tickets for the ‘Million Pound Game’ against London Broncos are as follows. West Stand Adult – $30 Age 16-21 – $22.50 Over 65 – $15 Under 16 – FREE East Stand Adult – $25 Age 16-21 – $18.75 Over 65 – $12.50 Under 16 – FREE Group Discounts 12-19 – 20% Off 20+ – 30% Off Group discounts are automatically calculated when ordering your tickets on the Toronto Wolfpack Ticketmaster page. For any questions regarding general ticketing, please reach out to ticketing@torontowolfpack.com. VIP Chairman’s Club Adult – $150 Under 16 – FREE As well as your ticket to the game Toronto Wolfpack’s VIP hospitality offers a wide range of features and benefits: – Exclusive catering provided by Williams Landing, served one hour prior to kick off until the second half of the game. – Two devoted bars serving a range of complimentary craft beers and liquor, including Toronto Wolfpack collaborations with Lost Craft and Henderson Brewing Co. – Exclusive VIP entrance and in and out privileges, allowing fans easy access into the stadium. – VIP entertainment including Wolfpack Dance Squad, Jefferson Mascot and SPIN Toronto. – Opportunity to mix with Wolfpack squad players during the game. – Reserved standing tables for groups of 6 or more (by request). For more information on our VIP packages please contact paula@torontowolfpack.com.
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Also Full time in Greece with Greece beating Malta 60:4. This Means Greece will play Norway in the Group C playoff
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Looks like a 20 point win for Norway See them through to the playoff in European Championship group C.
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    David Argyle on PTS

    Replay of the David Argyle interview https://www.sportsnet.ca/590/prime-time-sports/sept-12-christopher-clarey-on-a-wild-us-open/
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    David Argyle on PTS

    David Argyle in Studio with McCown and Brunt at 5pm
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Looks like it's Greece's group to lose in Group C South
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP QUALIFIER – UKRAINE 26 GREECE 28 – Report A Jordan Meads penalty goal, as part of the Greece skipper’s 16 point tally, just saw his side home with a narrow 28-26 win in the Dinamo Stadium, Kharkiv against Ukraine. If the Greeks now earn a point at home to Malta in Athens, they will take the European Championship C – South crown, and play either Germany or Norway from the North group in a play-off for the next round of European 2021 World Cup qualifying matches, in 2019. Both sides scored four tries in front of an enthusiastic crowd, the hosts coming from 20-8 down at the break to leave the visitors hanging on for the final ten minutes. Greek head coach Michail Chatziioannou commented: “It was a very physical game, as we expected, and all the boys gave all their heart in both teams; all my respect to the Ukrainians who were really impressive. Thankfully, we won but we need to minimise our mistakes next time.” Scrum half Meads controlled the key periods, ably backed up by Sebastian Sell who was a powerhouse throughout with his storming runs. Greece made a perfect start, full back Dimosthenis Kartsonakis over in the corner, Meads unable to add the conversion. The Ukrainian forwards, led by prop Aleksandr Kozak often drove their opponents back, Sell’s countering offloads proving to be their Achilles heel and their three quarters hesitant under Meads’ kicks. Aleksandr Sherbina thought he’d scored on a fine diagonal run in the 11th minute, only for Meads’ despairing tackle to force him in to a double movement, and two minutes later, Meads showed the way, scampering over from 10 metres out and adding the conversion. Ukraine survived a goal line drop out but twice knocked on in their own half, Sell with a piercing run taken on by Ioannis Rousoglou, and Meads sending half back partner Nikolaos Bosmos over through Anatoliy Grankovskiy’s tackle to make it 14-0. Ukraine gathered the short kick off and then won a one-on-one steal, Sviatoslav Andrieichenko getting on the outside of his man to go over in the corner for their first points, and impressive full back Bogdan Veprik showed great strength to crash between three defenders from close in, Aleksandr Skorbach missing his second shot at goal. It seemed as though the home side would go in only a score behind but they conceded again, somewhat bizarrely, just before the break. On the last tackle near the Ukrainian line, Meads looked to get an offload away which was snaffled by Sherbina. Instead of taking the tackle and waiting for the half time hooter, he chose to try and ship the ball on, opposite number Terry Constantinou – who was a threat throughout – snaffling it and going over near the posts for Meads to goal. Ukraine were out early for the second half and started it well amongst a flurry of tries. Skorbach’s fine pass sent in Oleksandr Sivokoz across, Meads again countering with a try on a last tackle play. Ukraine again rescued a short kick off, centre Nikolay Shalaiev powering his way over for Skorbach to again narrow the gap to six points. Meads took the opportunity to extend that to two scores in the 63rd minute, kicking a penalty from 20 metres out, however, with ten minutes to go, Skorbach crossed and added the extras to set up an extremely tense finish. Veprik pulled of an astonishing try saving tackle on Komninos Tsavaris and more desperate home defence denied Konstantinos Katsidonis as the Greeks just held on. Veteran home skipper Skorbach commented: “We made a lot of mistakes in the first half and that just left us too much to do. We had to chase the game and nearly managed it but that is something we need to work on. The try just before half time hurt us.” UKRAINE 26 Bogdan Veprik, Sviatoslav Andrieichenko, Mikhail Troyan, Nikolay Shalaiev, Anatoliy Grankovskiy, Aleksandr Skorbach, Mikhail Pavliv, Vladimir Radchik, Dmitii Semerenko, Aleksandr Kozak, Andrei Shakura, Evgeni Trusov, Aleksandr Sherbina Subs: Igor Yurkin, Ostap Grishchenko, Oleksandr Sivokoz, Dmitii Kaevich Tries: Andrieichenko (26), Veprik (37), Sivokoz (44), Shalaiev (48), Skorbach (70) Goals: Skorbach 3/5 GREECE 28 Dimosthenis Kartsonakis, Michail Bosmos, Konstantinos Katsidonis, Alvaro Zota, Nikolaos Kourkakis, Nikolaos Bosmos, Jordan Meads, Stefanos Bastas, Ioannis Nake, Ioannis Rousoglou, Robert Tuliatu, Sebastian Sell, Terry Constantinou Subs: Eugenios Malai, Panteleimon Tsattalios, Komninos Tsavaris, Konstantinos Koutras Tries: Kartsonakis (2), Meads (13, 46), N. Bosmos (22), Constantinou (39) Goals: Meads 4/6 Half time: 8-20 Referee: Matt Rossleigh Man of the Match: Jordan Meads
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    2021 RLWC Qualifying Results

    Added the Locations for European Group B https://www.rlef.eu.com/articles/1610/nations-gear-up-for-european-championship-b Added Locations and Times for 2018 Euro matches https://www.ffr13.fr/actualite-a-la-une/euro-2018-france-galles-et-france-ecosse-a-domec-carcassonne/