The latest issue of the new-look Rugby League World is available online now, and also in shops from Friday 22nd May.
Download the Rugby League World app from Apple Newsstand or Google Play for Android now. For other digital devices, check out www.totalrl.com/rlw for more details.
Inside this month’s issue:-
- Wigan Warriors’ dual-code international Joel Tomkins talks about his life, career and the return to Super League of brother Sam.
- We pay tribute to Keighley Cougars and Wales star Danny Jones.
- Are players losing respect for refs? The Sun’s Gary Carter finds out with help from Rob Hicks and Keiron Cunningham.
- Could Sunday Super League games become a thing of the past? The Press Association’s Ian Laybourn investigates.
- Nigel Wiskar of the Daily Mirror presents his scrapbook of oddities.
- Widnes Vikings captain Kevin Brown selects his Dream XIII.
- Warrington’s Chris Hill on fears, football and flatulence.
- Castleford’s Mike Shenton on the Tigers’ search for a new home.
- Leeds Rhinos & England winger Ryan Hall gives his thoughts on match scheduling.
- Italian international Josh Mantellato talks about life at Hull KR.
- Huddersfield Giants star Eorl Crabtree discusses the impact of drugs on Rugby League.
- Former England winger Peter Fox talks about rekindling his interest in the game at Doncaster.
- St Helens’ Alex Walmsley reveals what goes on behind the scenes on an away trip to Perpignan.
- Brisbane Broncos stalwart Corey Parker talks about his career in an exclusive interview.
- Great Britain legend Martin Offiah joins RLW and kicks off with a comparison of the modern game with his own era, a look ahead to the Kiwi Test series and which current players he most admires.
- Dave Hadfield ponders a series of unfortunate incidents to have struck the Challenge Cup draw.
- Wigan’s southern star Dan Sarginson writes about the trials involved in moving north.
- Steve Mascord discusses the possibility that the trickle of Super League stars to the NRL could become a flood and chats to ex-Warrington forward Mike Cooper, now with St George Illawarra.
- Catalans Dragons Aussie halfback Todd Carney gives his thoughts on the Anzac Test.
- We select the top dozen Championship stars likely to make the biggest impact in the Middle 8s.
- Leigh Centurions halfback Ryan Brierley gives his view on who should be the next England coach.
- Why Wakefield’s Zimbabwe-born 17-year old Judah Mazive is destined for success.
- Plus, the chance to win a £500 shopping spree courtesy of men’s clothing range Jacamo.
Download the app to read it online now or grab a copy from your local newsagent from Friday 22nd May. You can also click here to order a copy (or a subscription) for delivery by post!