Garry Schofield reflects on an impressive second-half comeback at Wembley.

Congratulations to St Helens on ending their wait for a Challenge Cup win, and commiserations to Castleford. It’s never nice to lose any match, but…

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Schoey’s Cup Final prediction: It’s hard to look past St Helens

Garry Schofield predicts a win for St Helens, although it could perhaps be tighter than some people think. Wembley is looming – let’s all keep…

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The Road to Nowhere: Schoey reflects on some recent criticisms of the way Rugby League is being run.

I haven’t always seen eye to eye with Adam Pearson (pictured). But I have to say I totally agree with the owner of my old…

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Garry Schofield reflects on England’s performance agains the All Stars on Friday night.

Back in the Wayne Bennett era, I seem to recall starting a column with the words clueless, clueless, clueless when analysing a Great Britain performance….

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Schoey: Great to see England in action at last, shame about the fixture clashes

Garry Schofield looks ahead to England’s game against the Combined Nations All Stars this Friday. We finally get the chance to see a Shaun Wane-coached…

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Will anyone be able to beat the Kangaroos?

Garry Schofield reveals how impressed he was by the New South Wales State of Origin team I’ve never been one for sitting on the fence…

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Schoey: Duffy picked up a poisoned chalice at Leigh

Commiserations to John Duffy on his departure from Leigh, which came as a surprise to me. I think it’s another case of a coach paying…

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Schoey: RFL Academy u-turn the right call

Garry Schofield welcomes the RFL’s decision to restore elite Academy licences to Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers and Hull KR after an outpouring of criticism. I…

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Schoey: Academy changes are baffling

Garry Schofield has plenty of questions for the RFL on the latest round of Academy licenses and challenges the assertion that it is designed to…

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Wigan lack entertainment value, says Schoey

Garry Schofield thinks a change of coach may be necessary for Wigan to maintain their winning ways while also adding a bit of flair and…

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