Rugby League World Magazine – New Issue Online Now!

Rugby League World (Aug 2015, Issue 412)

The latest issue of Rugby League World Magazine (Aug 2015, No. 412) is available online now and in shops from Friday 31st July. Here’s a look at what’s inside:

  • Cover star Sam Tomkins talks to RLW about his time in the NRL and his decision to return to Super League next season.
  • Garry Schofield selects his all-time Dream XIII.
  • Wakefield captain Danny Kirmond takes our off-topic Q & A.
  • Ryan Hall explains there’s more to being a winger than just scoring tries.
  • Michael Shenton tackles the thorny subkect of international eligibility.
  • Salford owner Marwan Koukash hits back at his critics in his own inimitable style.
  • We catch up with former Langtree Park favourite Sia Soliola.
  • Status of Origin: Eorl Crabtree discusses the profile of Australia’s interstate series and questions whether it can or should be replicated in the UK.
  • Investigation: Have scrums had their day in modern Rugby League?
  • Dan Sarginson offers his view on the marquee rule and calls for a minimum wage in RL.
  • Investigation: Hull United? We get to the bottom of the Hull academy merger saga.
  • Alex Walmsley answers fans’ questions in a quickfire Q & A.
  • The Kiwis are Coming! We pick out four of their key players and put their talents under the microscope.
  • Skill Factor: Six moments of individual brilliance that have lit up the season.
  • Dave Hadfield argues that marquee players are not a new phenomenon and looks at some notable names from the past.
  • We catch up with England and Canterbury star James Graham down under plus the first annual (possibly) Origin Oscars!
  • Nigel Wiskar picks his ‘Twit of the Month’ and finds some bizarre special offers on Ebay.
  • Planet League is back! An old favourite returns to RLW as we gather up the latest happenings across the globe.
  • Todd Carney believes England can topple the Kiwis this autumn and explains how.
  • Castleford Tigers boss Daryl Powell talks about his journey to becoming a leading Super League coach.
  • We chat to Warrington star Brad Dwyer about getting his big break.
  • Martin Offiah looks at those players who followed in his footsteps on the wing for Wigan.
  • Back on the Box: We talk to Sky Sports about their plans to televise more games from the Championship.
  • Leigh Centurions star Ryan Brierley picks his personal England team and there are a few surprises in store.
  • In the Academy Spotlight this month is Widnes Vikings teenager Olly Ashall.
  • The last word, as always, goes to Dave Hadfield who rounds up the month in his own personal offbeat style.

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