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  1. Sorry, but we don't allow political comment in our Rugby League forums. It causes too much aggro. If you wish to restart the topic, please keep it Rugby League related and without referencing external political topics. Thanks.
  2. Inside this week's issue: Reports and pictures from England Knights v Jamaica, plus the Wales v Ireland Women's and Wheelchair internationals. Reports and pictures from the National Conference League finals weekend. News from across every club in the Super League, Championship and League 1. League Express pays tribute to the players who completed their last Super League season in 2021. Editor Martyn Sadler comments on the latest twist in Wayne Bennett's coaching career and asks if his replacement as England coach, Shaun Wane, is destined for success. Garry Schofield looks ahead to England's international match against France in Perpignan this Saturday. Gareth Walker relishes the prospect of three Cumbrian clubs in the Championship next year. Previews of the upcoming France v England men's and women's internationals. The latest news and results from the grassroots scene. The latest views from our readers in an ever lively mailbag. Toulouse Olympique’s Championship-winning coach, Sylvain Houles, talks to Mike Rylance. A round up from the opening weekend of the French domestic league. Our series of club by club Super League Reviews for 2021 continues with Wakefield Trinity. Our latest Rugby League Heroes Q & A features Charlie Renilson. Plus much more, as always. You can read selected highlights from League Express on TotalRL.com Premium from 8.30pm on Sunday night. For more info head here: https://www.totalrl.com/premium-subscription/ You can also get the full digital edition from approx 9pm on Sunday night at https://pocketmags.com/league-express-magazine#60783c96ddc11 The print edition is on sale from newsagents in the UK on Monday morning, or you can order a single issue or a subscription from the TotalRL.com Shop
  3. If anyone's interested in a complete set of home/away programmes for Bradford Northern, in excellent condition, stored in polythene pocket binders for seasons 83/4, 84/5 and 85/6, have a gander at Ebay. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/234239556697?hash=item3689c3fc59:g:aC0AAOSwnTNhaxM5
  4. THE LEAGUE EXPRESS RUGBY LEAGUE YEARBOOK 2021-22 DUE FOR PUBLICATION 19th NOVEMBER 2021 - ADVANCE ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN. (cover image not yet available) The 26th annual edition of the Rugby League Yearbook published by League Express covers the 2021 season in detail. Despite the ongoing disruption caused by Covid-19, and the eventual postponement of a highly anticipated World Cup tournament, Rugby League defied the odds to deliver a domestic season of action in the Betfred Super League, Challenge Cup, Championship and League 1. This is the story of another remarkable year for Rugby League, plus a comprehensive club by club statistical record. Also including coverage of the Betfred Women's Super League, Australia's NRL competition and the Autumn Internationals involving England and France. CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR COPY NOW!
  5. Read the latest League Express Rugby League Heroes Q & A, with Gene Miles, one of the great attacking centres of the last half-century and a major force in some of the best teams the sport has ever seen. https://www.totalrl.com/rugby-league-heroes-gene-miles/
  6. Think this has gone far enough now. Locked.
  7. Inside this week's issue: Reports, pictures and reaction from the Betfred Super League Grand Final, the Championship Million Pound Game and League 1 Promotion Final. Reports and pictures from the Betfred Women's Super League and Shield finals. News from across every club in the Super League, Championship and League 1. Editor Martyn Sadler considers how Super League can boost Grand Final attendances no matter which teams are in the final, and welcomes the rise of Cumbrian Rugby League. Garry Schofield reacts to a Grand Final thriller, Wigan's coaching changes and The Premier Sports TV deal for the Championship. Gareth Walker hears two experienced voices outline the strength of the sport in tier three. Previews of next week's National Conference League finals weekend. The latest news and results from the grassroots scene. The latest views from our readers in an ever lively mailbag. Q & A with RFL Commercial Director Mark Foster on the new Premier Sports broadcasting deal for the Betfred Championship. Our series of club by club Super League Reviews for 2021 continues with Salford Red Devils. Our latest Rugby League Heroes Q & A features Gene Miles. Plus much more, as always. You can read selected highlights from League Express on TotalRL.com Premium on Sunday night. For more info head here: https://www.totalrl.com/premium-subscription/ You can also get the full digital edition on Sunday night at https://pocketmags.com/league-express-magazine#60783c96ddc11 The print edition is on sale from newsagents in the UK on Monday morning, or you can order a single issue or a subscription from the TotalRL.com Shop
  8. Can we, er, y'know, stick to discussing the actual upcoming game between Toulouse and Featherstone in here please, this being a match discussion thread. I know it doesn't kick off till late, and everyone's excited, but all that other stuff has been argued over endlessly elsewhere, let's keep this one about the on field stuff, just for once. Ta.
  9. It's fine if it doesn't appeal to you, or you don't think it is worth it. But your situation may be different to someone else's. Mine, for example. I'm a fan of a Championship club, so paying £13 per month to watch an average of four Championship games broadcast in that period, some of which will feature my own team, represents pretty good value, whereas paying over £30 per month for Sky Sports doesn't represent the same value to me (even though I still pay it). As a bonus, for me personally, it means I can watch games live on a Monday night, which I never can on a Sunday, so on the occasions my club plays on a Monday, they'll be getting gate money off me as well. Neither of us are 'poor' RL fans, we just have different views on what we choose to spend our money on and what value it represents.
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