Huddersfield showing of the PNG Orchids film facing cancellation

Scheduled for screening at Huddersfield ODEON on Tuesday May 21st, the accaimed film Power Meri is facing cancellation due to inadequate ticket sales. It features…

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Women’s Rugby League film to premiere in London

A new women’s sport documentary film will premiere in London next week (Monday 8 April) following rave reviews at international film festivals and preview screenings….

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Hadley returning from Knights Tour

England Knights and Hull FC forward Dean Hadley will return to the UK early after suffering illness during the tour of Papua New Guinea. Hadley…

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Patton’s goalkicks ensure victory for England Knights

England Knights held off a determined challenge from Papua New Guinea in Lae today to win 16-12, with both sides scoring three tries but Declan…

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England ease past PNG into the semis

England walked away with a comfortable 36-6 victory over Papua New Guinea in Melbourne to set-up a huge semi-final showdown with Tonga. The Lions will head…

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England Women open with win

England’s Women came from behind twice early on to open their World Cup 2017 account with a win over a determined Papua New Guinea side….

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QUARTER FINAL SQUADS NAMED

Captain Frank Pritchard and halfback Ben Roberts, who missed Saturday’s 14-14 draw with Scotland, will return to the Samoa side for Friday’s quarter-final against Australia…

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Papua New Guinea beat USA to progress

Papua New Guinea posted their highest ever World Cup total, scoring at almost a point a minute in the opening half as their blistering attack…

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PNG defeat Cook Islands in Pacific Test

PNG fullback Stargroth Amean touched down twice as the Kumuls defeated an eager Cook Islands 30-22 today at Campbelltown Stadium. The Kumuls opened the scoring…

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Fiji and Samoa win Pacific Tests

Fiji and Samoa held on to win their Pacific Test matches against Papua New Guinea and Tonga respectively in front of 12,336 boisterous fans at…

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