In the new issue of League Express we provide all of the build-up to England’s eagerly-anticpated Four Nations campaign while revealing the 2017 fixtures lists for the Betfred Super League, the Kingstone Press Championship and League 1.
Australia’s Josh Mansour discusses Zak Hardaker and England, Scotland Chairman Keith Hogg says the future is bright despite concerns of the game’s future north of the English border, Kyle Amor slams Cumbria’s professional contingent.
We hand the Albert Goldthorpe Rookie of the Year medal to a rising Wakefield star, Leigh boss Neil Jukes talks of a “daunting start” to life back in the big time and Catalans and Castleford continue to add to their rosters.
Find out where Lee Mossop’s future lies and hear from Andre Savelio, following his move from St Helens to Warrington.
Shaun Wane speaks of Sean O’Loughlin’s injury latest, Ryan Brierley prepares for Bravehearts battle, Scott Taylor declares his hopes of claiming an England shirt and Chris Chester reveals Wakefield’s latest transfer target.
Widnes star Kevin Brown tell us of his England waiting game and Ryan Hall explains his mentoring role, which has helped ease the nerves of Wayne Bennett’s newcomers.
York’s future remains uncertain as they are without fixtures – for now – ahead of next season.
Our columnists Martyn Sadler and Garry Schofield both look ahead to the Four Nations tournament in their own inimitable styles, while Phil Hodgson, our amateur correspondent, keeps an eye on the community game.
In addition, we provide, as usual, full coverage from the world of Rugby League, ranging from Super League right through to the junior game.
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