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  1. My understanding is that the RFL have mandated one of the BARLA leagues to vote in favour of the current Chair instead of supporting Carl Morton, as the said league had voted to do. If true, then the RFL are interfering in the sovereignty of BARLA.
  2. I think today's results make Sunday's fixture against the Bulls a 'must win' for them. Should be an absolute belter, I'm going to see the unveiling of the plaque at Clarence Street prior to the match, hoping for a hugely memorable, enjoyable day.
  3. New date has been set for 18th August, my understanding is several people are seeking positions. Could be interesting.
  4. Yes mate, that's Masters. 35-39 White shorts 40-49 Black 50-59 Red 60-69 Gold 70-79 Green 80-89 Sky Blue Oldest player in the UK is 83, plays for Blackpool.
  5. 2000 plus registered players with 50 clubs nationwide, and Women's Masters also launched this year. Masters is the fastest growing facet of the game alongside Women and Girls RL.
  6. https://www.barla.org.uk
  7. Hi all, York Lokomotive Masters have said that if we can get 100+ Knights fans at the Ladies game on Saturday then a bucket collection will be taken with ALL proceeds being split between YCK Foundation, YCK Squad builder and YCK Ladies. Hope to see at least 100 of you there to enable us to raise a good few pounds for the Knights!
  8. This Saturday, 9th March, a little piece of rugby league history is being made in York when York Lokomotive Ladies Masters entertain West Yorkshire Ladies Masters. This is the first ever Women's Masters match ever to be played in the UK, with only a handful having previously being played in New Zealand (nice to see we are ahead of the Aussies!), York City Knights Ladies assistant coach Kay Rollinson being named captain of the Lokos for this historic fixture. The Lokos squad is made up of a mix of seasoned former players and total novices to rugby league. Women's Masters follows the same modifications as the men's game, the only difference being that women who have reached their 30th birthday can play the game, men having to wait until they are 35. The match kicks off at 1pm on York Knavesmire, with the added bonus that following the main event York Lokos Masters men's team kick off their 2019 season when hosting Leeds Masters. It would be wonderful if the rugby league family in York could get behind the Ladies and come and show support in great numbers for what promises to be a fantastic day's Masters RL.
  9. It's totally free, just come down to York Knavesmire, you'll be made very welcome.
  10. Saturday 9th March see's the first ever Women's Masters Rugby League match being played in the UK with York Lokos Ladies Masters taking on West Yorkshire Ladies Masters. The match is being played on York Knavesmire (the original ground of York rugby club) with a 1pm kick off. It is expected that Women's Masters will mirror the amazing growth shown in Men's Masters, the only difference between the Men's and Women's game is that Women can play as soon as they have reached their 30th birthday, Men having to wait till 35. A bumper crowd is expected to witness this historic Rugby League event, with the added bonus of York Lokos Men taking on their Leeds counterparts following the Women's game. All welcome to what promisrs to be a fantastic day of Masters RL.
  11. Let's it forget Knotty Ash and Stanley Park as Liverpool RL grounds of the past.
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