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Saw the second half of Hallam Eagles v Nottingham. Hallam won by about 40-0.

 

Coventry Dragons 64 Chargers 4

Birmingham 28 Telford 30

New Ravens 28 Bears A 24

 

Northampton beat Leicester at both 1st and 2nd teams but I don't know the scores.

 

Looks like we should change places with Derby!!!

 

Coventry Dragons A 18 Derby City 58

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Eagles 48 - 0 Outlaws

Tim will have to re-edit again now.

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Saw the second half of Hallam Eagles v Nottingham. Hallam won by about 40-0 (correction - 50-0, see below).

 

Coventry Dragons 64 Chargers 4

Birmingham 28 Telford 30

New Ravens 28 Bears A 24

 

Northampton beat Leicester at both 1st and 2nd teams but I don't know the scores.

 

Looks like we should change places with Derby!!!

 

Coventry Dragons A 18 Derby City 58

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Good start for the Ravens thought we had thrown it away with 2 mins to go when Cov Bears snook into the lead, but the Ravens dug deep and replied with try of the game with a move that started in their own half to take the spoils , looks like the publicity we had for visit of world cup is bearing fruit as quite a few new players and 19 on the team sheet with more to come ,hopefully this trend will continue through the season and in front of a healthy crowd as well.

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East Cumbria won 46-20 away at Peterlee Pumas A in NE Regional according to our half back on twitter

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Conf. League South

St Albans 6 - 40 Bristol Sonics

Sheffield Hallam Eagles 48 - 0 Nottingham Outlaws

Northampton Demons 20 - 10 Leicester Storm

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West of England

Bristol Sonics A 26-20 Swindon St George

Cheltenham Old Pats 24-25 Oxford Cavaliers

Somerset Vikings 26-28 Gloucestershire Warriors

Sonics vs St George was a very "spicy" affair!

Next week

Swindon St George vs Somerset Vikings

Gloucestershire Warriors vs Cheltenham Old Pats

Oxford Cavaliers vs Bristol Sonics A

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Good start for the Ravens thought we had thrown it away with 2 mins to go when Cov Bears snook into the lead, but the Ravens dug deep and replied with try of the game with a move that started in their own half to take the spoils , looks like the publicity we had for visit of world cup is bearing fruit as quite a few new players and 19 on the team sheet with more to come ,hopefully this trend will continue through the season and in front of a healthy crowd as well.

 

19?

 

misprint or are the rules different in this league?

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i think they allow more subs in certain leagues, the West of England league looked competitive

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19?

 

misprint or are the rules different in this league?

 

Up to 20 allowed in the Midlands RL

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Wibsey Warriors threw a stick well and truly in the much fancied Hunslet Old Boys’ National Cup wheel. In a thirteen try belter, they came back from a fourteen points deficit going in to the final ten minutes, to book their place in the final.

Over at Pontefract, cup favourites Sharlston Rovers overcame a spirited display from Nevvy, to join Wibsey in the Fyde showdown scheduled for Saturday 15th June.

 

Semi finals results

Nevison Leap 28 - 54 Sharlston Rovers

Wibsey Warriors 38 - 36 Hunslet Old Boys

 

Reports on BARLA website;

 

http://barla.org.uk/News/Details.asp?id=3173
 

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Wibsey Warriors threw a stick well and truly in the much fancied Hunslet Old Boys’ National Cup wheel. In a thirteen try belter, they came back from a fourteen points deficit going in to the final ten minutes, to book their place in the final.

Over at Pontefract, cup favourites Sharlston Rovers overcame a spirited display from Nevvy, to join Wibsey in the Fyde showdown scheduled for Saturday 15th June.

 

Semi finals results

Nevison Leap 28 - 54 Sharlston Rovers

Wibsey Warriors 38 - 36 Hunslet Old Boys

 

Reports on BARLA website;

 

http://barla.org.uk/News/Details.asp?id=3173

 

The Wibsey result is what cup games are all about, this is a good example of teams building on what they have year after year.

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Wheelchair RL

Saturday - North Wales Crusader 26-4 Swindon St George

Sunday - Swindon St George 20-23 Bradford Bulls

So close to our first win but getting better.

1st game - Lost by 130pts

2nd game - Lost bt 22pts

3rd game - Lost by 3pts

4th game - Hopefully a win

#2Teams1Club

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Saturday - North Wales Crusader 26-4 Swindon St George

Sunday - Swindon St George 20-23 Bradford Bulls

So close to our first win but getting better.

1st game - Lost by 130pts

2nd game - Lost bt 22pts

3rd game - Lost by 3pts

4th game - Hopefully a win

#2Teams1Club

Went down to watch the 2nd half. Really good intense game. Fantastic performance by SSG. Come on you Dragonslayers!

Was gutted that we lost yesterday in Avonmouth, however it was a great effort from the lads. It looks like the West of England division will be another really close league this year.

2 Teams 1 Club.

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Saw the second half of Hallam Eagles v Nottingham. Hallam won by about 40-0.

Coventry Dragons 64 Chargers 4

Birmingham 28 Telford 30

New Ravens 28 Bears A 24

Northampton beat Leicester at both 1st and 2nd teams but I don't know the scores.

Looks like we should change places with Derby!!!

Coventry Dragons A 18 Derby City 58

Typical of Sheffield Eagles: create a contrived 'club' that bleeds players from the only community club in the entire city and plays on the doorstep of one of the few (only?) other functioning community clubs within their catchment area.

Other than Sheffield Eagles RLFC, what benefit are the Hallam Eagles to the game of rugby league?

If Sheffield have lads needing game time, why not send them down to Hillsborough Hawks or North Derbyshire Chargers? I'm sure they'd appreciate the support.

Relationships between pro clubs and their neighbours in the community game ought to be symbiotic.

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Typical of Sheffield Eagles: create a contrived 'club' that bleeds players from the only community club in the entire city and plays on the doorstep of one of the few (only?) other functioning community clubs within their catchment area.

Other than Sheffield Eagles RLFC, what benefit are the Hallam Eagles to the game of rugby league?

If Sheffield have lads needing game time, why not send them down to Hillsborough Hawks or North Derbyshire Chargers? I'm sure they'd appreciate the support.

Relationships between pro clubs and their neighbours in the community game ought to be symbiotic.

Considerably wide of the mark.

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Typical of Sheffield Eagles: create a contrived 'club' that bleeds players from the only community club in the entire city and plays on the doorstep of one of the few (only?) other functioning community clubs within their catchment area.

Other than Sheffield Eagles RLFC, what benefit are the Hallam Eagles to the game of rugby league?

If Sheffield have lads needing game time, why not send them down to Hillsborough Hawks or North Derbyshire Chargers? I'm sure they'd appreciate the support.

Relationships between pro clubs and their neighbours in the community game ought to be symbiotic.

Steady Pottsy, you'll be sounding like me soon (I totally agree)

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Explain please

Because theyve played one game at MSM due to the regular venue being booked for the half marathon and neither Hillsborough or Chargers can offer the length of summer season the players desire.

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Because theyve played one game at MSM due to the regular venue being booked for the half marathon and neither Hillsborough or Chargers can offer the length of summer season the players desire.

That's not completely true, many of the guys playing are involved with BARLA clubs and prefer winter, what these guys are being offered is the chance to be in the shop window (so they are lead to believe) but in reality they are just another lump of meat being used to prop up a system that is hoping that a star will appear one day.

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I noticed on Saturday that the Eagles seem to have had an issue with their kit supplier as they have messed the logo up and completely missed off the word 'Hallam'.

Best side we've played for a while. They'll walk this league with that side out.

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I noticed on Saturday that the Eagles seem to have had an issue with their kit supplier as they have messed the logo up and completely missed off the word 'Hallam'.

Best side we've played for a while. They'll walk this league with that side out.

Maybe their saving money on the stitching to free up funds for development.

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