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  1. Gareth Walker's Rugby League World editorial on the Players' Poll results http://www.rugbyleagueworld.net/category/page-xiii/
  2. The online edition of the new issue of Rugby League World is available to read now http://www.pocketmags.com/viewmagazine.aspx?titleid=551&title=Rugby+League+World
  3. Three quarters of Super League stars would consider leaving for the NRL or rugby union, according to a groundbreaking poll conducted by Rugby League World magazine and players association 1eagu3. In a first for this country, players in the top flight have been asked about a host of key issues in the game. The full results will be published in the October edition of Rugby League World magazine, which is out this Friday, September 6. Among them is the fact that 75 per cent of those polled admitted that their heads have been turned by the greater salaries on offer in both the NRL and the 15
  4. Salford and former Great Britain centre Martin Gleeson lifts the lid on his darkest days following a drugs ban in the September edition of Rugby League World. Gleeson gives a full and frank interview about how he dealt with depression at his lowest points, and how he is now enjoying a new lease of life on and off the field with the Reds. Jamie Jones-Buchanan hears one of the most remarkable stories in Rugby League – how former London Broncos Academy player Matt King has turned his life around after being paralysed from the neck down in an accident during a game in 2004. In a moving and honest
  5. Sponsored by Foxy Bingo, 68 Rugby League Wives and Girlfriends (WAGs) including Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton climbed Ben Nevis in July 2013 aid of the 'Life for a Kid' charity that helps children with long-term, life threatening medical problems. The climb will be featured in Rugby League World Magazine issue 389 published on Friday 2nd August. Click here to view the article
  6. Danny Brough’s international allegiance has been one of this season’s hottest topics – now the Huddersfield halfback has lifted the lid on his reason to play for Scotland in this year’s World Cup. Brough tells Rugby League World the sequence of events leading to him turning his back on England, and how he believes that he never really had a chance of making Steve McNamara’s squad. Staying on the World Cup, we exclusively reveal how Stuart Fielden will also switch from England, and has made himself available for Mark Aston’s Ireland squad. Jamie Jones-Buchanan could be in direct competition
  7. With the World Cup less than five months away, Rugby League World sits down with Steve McNamara and Sam Tomkins - two men who could hold the keys to a nation's fortunes. Coach McNamara assesses his squad's build-up to the tournament and looks at their prospects, while Wigan fullback Tomkins speaks of his pride at playing for his country and discusses a possible move to the NRL. Jamie Jones-Buchanan sits down with one of the most talked about men in the sport at present, uncovering the remarkable life story of Salford owner Dr Marwan Koukash. Scott Moore reveals what it was like to be rejected
  8. And now, the end is near, it’s time to draw the final curtain: A famous line from a famous song which is quite appropriate for this issue of Rugby League World as our cover star, the ever-controversial Gareth Hock calls time on his Super League career to join the English exodus down under. We chat to Gareth about his chequered career, his dramatic departure from Wigan to Widnes and his ambition to represent England again at the World Cup before joining Parramatta next season. Jamie Jones-Buchanan tackles another controversial character; recently retired top referee Steve Ganson puts down his w
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