Hot Wired! Don’t miss the new Rugby League World, out Friday

The times they are a changin’ – if not for Bob Dylan, then certainly for Josh Charnley and Kevin Brown. The former has turned his…

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TV Times: The changing face of Rugby League broadcasting

MATTHEW SHAW (pictured), a regular broadcaster on both television and radio, working for Premier Sports and BBC Radio Leeds, looks at Rugby League’s current coverage,…

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George Flanagan: Living the Dream at Bradford Bulls

Hooker George Flanagan tells TOM COATES of his delight at being back at Bradford Bulls and his gratitude to Hunslet and Batley Bulldogs ON Sunday,…

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Wakey Wakey! Rugby League World New Issue Alert

Issue 444 (April 2018) of Rugby League World magazine is out Friday 30th March 2018 Women’s sport is growing year on year – and it’s…

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A complete history of the World XIII

The World XIII is published every year in Rugby League World, with votes cast by journalists in both hemispheres at the conclusion of the annual…

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Rugby League’s Greece Lightning: Stefanos Bastas

“I like Greece, I love my family and my friends, my plan is to return there, but only when this crazy and great adventure finishes.”…

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Mick Morgan’s Three Little Words

He might be best known for saying “I Can’t Spake”, but former player, coach and infamous commentator Mick Morgan has plenty to discuss with DOUG…

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What’s inside the new Rugby League World?

  We’ve only just begun – but with the season still at the fledgling stage, there’s so much to talk about already. James Roby and…

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Women’s Right to Vote and Rugby League

With today (February 6) marking 100 years since women were granted the right to vote in the UK, totalrl.com is looking back to February 2013,…

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Strathmore Silverbacks are flying the flag for Scotland as the Challenge Cup gets underway

FORFAR is probably best known for its bridies, a steak-and-pastry snack said to have originated in the Scottish town in the middle of the 19th…

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