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  1. I thought that, aren't they Rochdale Athletic?
  2. I found the following which are outliers in my collection. If interested in either or both please PM with your details and I will get them in the post to you: Keighley v Workington (Wednesday 6th May 1964) Rochdale Hornets v. Keighley (Saturday 6th January 1968) regards
  3. Leigh seem to be building a platform for success
  4. it could be the 'Wembley of the North'
  5. Hi, I have the following available if anyone interested: 1971 Leigh v Leeds 1978 Leeds v St Helens PM me with an address and I will post them to you. I would rather do this than recycle. Thanks
  6. I think people are just bored by the repetition now. There are all the loop fixtures, magic weekend fixtures and the challenge cup is basically a Super League knock-out cup due to the strength of SL teams and the rest barring the occasional upset which is now really just an occasional close run thing
  7. Agree with this. Widnes will confirm their mid-table mediocrity this afternoon
  8. Absolutely massive game, could there be approaching 2,000 there with it being Easter?
  9. I would say it's obviously Wath Brow Hornets v. Egremont Rangers due to their proximity and impact this match has in the local community
  10. Good effort. The next home game is v. Leigh on Good Friday so hopefully will be pushing towards 6,000. Looking at the Widnes website seems like hospitality packages in the South Stand are selling well too for this game. Not sure who gets the benefit of this though - the club or the council. Anyway, onwards & upwards...
  11. Anyone know where the Lizards will be based?
  12. Don't worry. I am sure you have already put off any undecided potential speccies
  13. Not sure if there is an airport in Leigh, but I know from reading this forum that there isn't a railway station
  14. and so is the beer selection ! Anyway, looking forward to Sunday v. Workington, hopefully crowd will be 3000+
  15. Aylesbury claimed top spot, Bradford languishing in 10th place https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17225218/top-50-worst-places-live-england/
  16. Caldy RUFC (Level 3 - National League 1 currently in 4th place) and Wirral RUFC (Level 5 - North Premier) are both semi-professional and operate at a higher level than Waterloo who are currently Level 6 - North 1 West, so they tend to pick up the best local RU talent from either side of the Mersey at the moment. The demand seems to be well served with the clubs in existence at the moment and I think it would be tough for Rugby League to try and grow in this small market. Back on topic, it's good to see RL clubs developing facilities as this is one area that the Union clubs have an advantage.
  17. So to summarise this, they are staying at the AJ Bell for 2022 whilst various feasibility studies are carried out with Moor Lane option not being without complications
  18. Especially if he didn't like the Christmas jumper you were wearing !
  19. Probably, and if they can make a few quid then good luck to them. In the last few weeks I have decluttered a double mattress, 3 chairs, 2 old radios and a trench guard (all collected by different people). Contemplating putting some of my RL programmes on as I can't get rid of them on here
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