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TOTALRL TV: Super League Grand Final Wrap

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TotalRL TV takes a look at the 2014 Super League grand final between St Helens and Wigan, reviewing all the talking points from Old Trafford including the Ben Flower incident. League Express editor Martyn Sadler and reporter John Davidson sat down to talk about the game that made headlines around the world, from Colombia to Calcutta, and give their verdicts ... Read More »

England have great chance to win Four Nations, says Roby

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St Helens hooker James Roby believes England have a great chance of winning the Four Nations, despite being without the 28-year-old, who may have to undergo surgery in the off-season. In Roby’s place, youngsters Daryl Clark and Josh Hodgson will lead England and the Saints star has backed them both to excel in the pressure cooker of Australia and New ... Read More »

What does James Graham have to do to win a Grand Final?

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One win from eight grand finals makes for shocking reading. Sure, some Rugby League players have long careers and never make it to the big dance, but James Graham surely must feel like he is a tad cursed. The English prop won his first Grand Final, with Saints over Hull FC in 2006, in just his fourth year of Super ... Read More »

Kieron Cunningham: Saints “deserve” Grand Final spot

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St Helens assistant coach Kieron Cunningham insists the players deserve their place in the Super League Grand Final, after they defeated in-form Catalan Dragons 30-12 to earn a spot at Old Trafford. Cunningham likened Saints’ return to the showpiece event to the “good old days”, and says the squad are fully deserving of their place in the final, where they ... Read More »

Amor looking to make his own Grand Final memories

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St Helens forward Kyle Amor is looking to beat Catalan Dragons tonight and reach Old Trafford again – but this time, he wants to play a part in a Grand Final success, rather than stand on the sidelines. Amor was part of Leeds’ squad for both the 2009 and 2010 Grand Final showpieces, but failed to play a part in ... Read More »

Wilkin: Work-life balance essential for good mental health

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St Helens and England star Jon Wilkin believes that achieving balance in life is crucial to a Rugby League player’s mental health. Speaking ahead of his side’s top-of-the-table clash against Challenge Cup winners Leeds Rhinos at Headingley Stadium this evening (8.00pm) in a First Utility Super League round dedicated to State of Mind, Wilkin highlights that obsession can have negative ... Read More »

St Helens’ Walsh to return for pre-season

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Injured St Helens star Luke Walsh has told the St Helens Star that he is going to be back in England to play for the Saints next season – and has indicated he will be back around the time of pre-season. Walsh suffered a horrific injury during Saints’ game against Widnes last month, suffering a broken leg and partially broken ... Read More »

Six of the Best: Magical Wembley final moments

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TotalRL.com’s Challenge Cup Final buildup rolls on with our Six of the Best feature – and this week, we could only realistically talk about the Wembley showpiece. Despite a brief sabbatical between 2000 and 2006 due to the rebuilding of the stadium, Wembley is very much the spiritual home of the Challenge Cup, and this Saturday looks like providing one ... Read More »

St Helens to move for Travis Burns?

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St Helens are believed to be launching an ambitious bid to bring Hull Kingston Rovers stand-off Travis Burns to Langtree Park – as they continue to reel from the impact of Luke Walsh’s long-term injury. Burns – who is still under contract with the Robins – is believed to be attracting the interest of the Saints with the business end ... Read More »

Six Of The Best: Dramatic Rugby League Finales

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For this week’s edition of Six of the Best, we’ve been asking you on social media for the most dramatic endings to a Rugby League game. Many Rugby League games often have finishes that aren’t exactly chaotic and eye-catching, but there have been some games down the years that have captured the imagination with the dramatic style in which they ... Read More »