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Rugby League: Winning run brought to an finish by Stags

Comments¬†(0) RUGBY LEAGUE University of Gloucestershire All Golds saw their run of 4 Kingstone Press Championship One victories come to an finish as visiting Hemel Stags won 22-14 in Cheltenham. The Stags tranquil a diversion from a off and built a 16-0 lead after a opening entertain interjection to a touchdown and dual conversions from […]

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Rugby League: Nottingham Outlaws destroy to reason onto 24-0 advantage as leaders …

Comments¬†(0) NOTTINGHAM Outlaws suffered an agonising 26-24 better during a home of dominant joining leaders Sheffield Hallam Eagles. In a moving game, played on an synthetic 3-G pitch, a Outlaws led 24-0 after 25 mins though they only unsuccessful to reason out as a Eagles strike back. Outlaws shortly incited their early vigour into points […]

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International rugby joining aided by Cumbernauld event

It was poignant in itself that Gareth Holmes, who oversaw a Kangaroos’ successful bid to retrieve a World Cup final year, took assign of a Australia organisation that visited Cumbernauld. Such is Australian rugby league’s domestic strength that a sport’s strongest republic has been indicted of being close-knit and neglecting a responsibilities in terms of […]

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Rugby League: Outlaws ready for 3-G strife divided to leaders

Comments¬†(0) NOTTINGHAM Outlaws will be looking to continue their good form currently following final week’s fatiguing 48-14 feat opposite Bristol Sonics. However they face a most worse plea when they transport to leaders Sheffield Hallam Eagles, who have a 100 per cent record in a league. Ever-present No.7 Alex Whittle misses a diversion as does […]

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RUGBY LEAGUE: Size matters again as St George blur away

FITNESS was again essential for Swindon St George as they mislaid out to Cheltenham Old Patesians 52-20 during Greenbridge Road. After a initial 15 mins St George were adult 10-6, with tries from Carl Baker and Liam Rowe. However those were a final opening half scores for a home side as Cheltenham ran in 4 […]

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RUGBY LEAGUE: Selection problems for St George

SWINDON St George captain George Cowley thinks if he could have had his strongest side out any week a story of their deteriorate could have been really different. St George have struggled to get certain results, notwithstanding enlivening performances on a pitch, as they have rebuilt their patrol from final season. Currently a Greenbridge Road […]

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Drugs in rugby joining are singular claims McDermott

Leeds manager Brian McDermott has certified that rugby joining players have used drugs in a past, though he does not consider that they have ever been a large problem. The attainment of a Tour de France in Yorkshire this weekend stirred questions to a Rhinos manager about drug use in sport. While McDermott insists that […]

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Union modify commits to Leeds

Josh Walters has sealed a new three-year agreement with Leeds Rhinos. The 19-year-old has usually been a rugby joining actor for a year, after converting from rugby union. Although creatively from Guidlford in Surrey, Walters grew adult in Northallerton in Yorkshire. Currently study for a grade in Sports Marketing during Leeds Metropolitan University, he has […]

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Commonwealth Nines provides festive hint of optimism

The Rugby League Commonwealth Championship, hold final weekend in Cumbernauld, nearby Glasgow, gave many reasons for optimisim. Representative teams from Papua New Guinea, Australia, Wales, Canada, Scotland, England, Jamaica and South Africa contested a rival contest that threw adult several shocks. Clyde FC’s Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld, nearby Glasgow, hosted a event. England’s preference to […]

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Commonwealth Nines provides festive pronounce of optimism

The Rugby League Commonwealth Championship, hold final weekend in Cumbernauld, nearby Glasgow, gave many reasons for optimisim. Representative teams from Papua New Guinea, Australia, Wales, Canada, Scotland, England, Jamaica and South Africa contested a rival contest that threw adult several shocks. Clyde FC’s Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld, nearby Glasgow, hosted a event. England’s preference to […]

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