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Nottingham Outlaws Secure Permanent Home

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After more than 30 years of nomadic existence, Nottingham Outlaws have finally secured a permanent home for rugby league in Nottingham. Nottingham Outlaws are delighted to announce that they have acquired the former Greenwood Meadows football ground on Lenton Lane and have moved in with immediate effect.

Lenton Lane is in close proximity to both universities, meaning even closer links to the university teams. It also provides us with long-term security, and further opportunity to expand our successful youth and juniors sections.

For anyone interested, our 1st game at our new home is Saturday 7th April, kicking off the Yorkshire Premier season against Upton. 

For more details, see here - http://www.nottinghamrl.co.uk/2018/03/29/outlaws-secure-permanent-home/

If anyone wants to donate and help us turn Lenton Lane into a venue that both Nottingham Outlaws and rugby league can be proud of, you can do so here - http://www.nottinghamrl.co.uk/project-30/ 



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On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 5:25 PM, Saint 1 said:

Our first game has been penciled in as Outlaws vs East Hull on Saturday 28th April. Facebook event is here for anyone interested in attending - https://www.facebook.com/events/1974969685908410/

It would be great to see as many people down as possible for what promises to be a historic day for the club and rugby league in Nottingham.

How did it go?

"I'm a traditionalist and I don"t think you'd ever see me coaching an Australian national side!"  Lee Radford, RLW March 2016

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