Action in Goole…

The keenly-awaited Yorkshire Men’s League’s Forty-20 Cup Final between Bramley Buffaloes and East Hull takes place tomorrow (Friday 24 May). In an imaginative move, the…

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Lions leap into promotion slot

Featherstone Lions have risen from sixth to third in the Kingstone Press National Conference League’s First Division following a 40-12 victory last night at neighbours…

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How they’re faring in the NCL

NATIONAL CONFERENCE LEAGUE RECORDS   After matches played Saturday 18 May 2019   LONGEST WINNING RUN PREMIER DIVISION: 4 games – UNDERBANK, WATH BROW HORNETS…

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Top-of-table clashes beckon in SCL!

All six fixtures in tomorrow’s Southern Conference League are scheduled to go ahead, with a couple of key matches in particular being keenly anticipated. East…

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Squads confirmed for Wales-Ireland clash

The Wales Rugby League U19 side have been preparing well for their one-off test match against Ireland this Friday at Stebonheath Park in Llanelli (kick-off…

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Old rivals clash this evening in Castleford & Featherstone ARL decider

HOLDERS Lock Lane will defend the Castleford & Featherstone ARL’s David Poulter Cup tonight (Wednesday 15 May 2019) when Featherstone Lions provide the opposition. The…

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How they’re faring in the NCL

NATIONAL CONFERENCE LEAGUE RECORDS   After matches played Saturday 11 May 2019   LONGEST WINNING RUN PREMIER DIVISION: 3 games – UNDERBANK, WATH BROW HORNETS…

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Brixton and Hemel’s Southern Conference game postponed

Tomorrow’s fixture in the Southern Conference League between Brixton Bulldogs and Hemel Stags is off. The East Division match has been postponed because the Stags…

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Southern action continues!

The 2019 Southern Conference League hits its third round tomorrow (Saturday 11 May) and competing teams will be determined to lay down a marker for…

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Students head standings in President’s Cup

England Universities are top of the President’s Cup table after beating Great Britain Police 16-6 in last night’s games at Siddal. The Students are in…

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