Rugby League Heroes: Sean and Christian Tyrer

What’s it like to be the son of a legend? Last week, Colin Tyrer told us about his great career with Leigh, Wigan, Barrow and…

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Super League run-in analysed with club-by-club fixtures and permutations

With three rounds remaining, every team – at least mathematically – has something still to play for. Here are the remaining fixtures for each club…

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The Garry Schofield Column: My predictions for Super League Round 25

I’d be delighted to see Salford Red Devils stay in the play-off places, and it’s Hull FC up next on Thursday for them. I think…

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The Garry Schofield Column: Great to see Keighley Cougars back on a roll

Keighley Cougars are on a roll – but please let’s not call it Cougarmania mark two. It was great to pay a recent visit to…

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Talking Rugby League: World Cup publicity must be ramped up as ticket sales stall

What is a realistic target for World Cup ticket sales? The World Cup organisers, led by their chief executive Jon Dutton, have always said that…

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Why Huddersfield Giants are genuine threat to top two in Grand Final race

Sometimes, when watching a Rugby League match, it’s easy to jump to the wrong conclusion. I did that last Thursday night, when Castleford Tigers drew…

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UpFront: Growing pains as expansion clubs struggle for a way forward

One step forward, two steps back? That might seem to be the case for Championship Rugby League beyond the heartlands. There was relief for expansionists…

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Super League Round 24: Albert Goldthorpe Medal points

Here’s who got the Albert Goldthorpe Medal points this week as the best performers in each Super League match… Huddersfield Giants 36-10 Castleford Tigers Olly…

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Rugby League Heroes: Colin Tyrer

Colin Tyrer played almost 250 games for Wigan from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s, having already made his mark at Leigh. He is perhaps best remembered…

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Obituary: Paul Green – The NRL Premiership-winning coach lost far too soon

PAUL GREEN (September 12, 1972 – August 11, 2022) Paul Green was a proud Queenslander who both played for and coached the state in Origin…

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