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Stirling frustrated at “lethargic” Carnegie

Pic: Yorkshire Carnegie

By Tom Clayton YORKSHIRE Carnegie Director of Rugby Chris Stirling has hit out at his players following a lacklustre performance against London Scottish on Friday night. The hosts had pinpointed this match as almost a must-win game, having only won one match of their first seven. For the seventh time this season, however, Carnegie fell to a demoralising 5-17 defeat […]

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Young Rhino Harry hopes to push for first-team spot

Young Rhino Harry hopes to push for first-team spot

By Finley Cowperthwaite “Whoever Leeds bring in this year I’m just hoping to kick on and push for a first-team starting spot.” Young Leeds Rhinos winger Harry Newman is hoping to build on his experience he gained last season by securing a starting spot in the Leeds first team. Newman started last season by signing a three-year deal with the […]

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Senior twins aim to emulate famous Rugby brothers

Senior twins aim to emulate famous Rugby brothers

By Will Hopper (words) and Max Hunter (video) On a cold and breezy morning at Leeds Trinity University, England Under 19’s are preparing for their upcoming international fixture against the old enemy, Australia. Teenage twins Innes and Louis Senior made their way off the 3G pitch to prepare for their media duties. After a bit of a joke around, Louis […]

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Liquidation to England for Cameron Scott as he aims for World Cup win

England U19s player, Cameron Scott

By Kieran Cobley (words) and Sam Bannister (video) “I’ve had the call before, but it was a bit different, I was a bit younger, it’s always an honour though… it’s always a good feeling to pull on the shirt and represent your country.” As Cameron Scott walks over, you can see he is visibly shattered after a hard practice session, […]

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Jubilant Jack eyes a winning end to a whirlwind year

Jubilant Jack eyes a winning end to a whirlwind year

By Tom Manley (words) and Ed McIntyre (video) A hard training session on a cold and windy night in Horsforth, is the way England Under 19’s Rugby League team started preparing for their upcoming international fixtures against Australia. For Jack Welsby, who recently signed his first professional contract with St Helens, it has been whirlwind of a year which has […]

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United fans praise Luke Shaw’s comeback as he signs new contract at the club

United fans praise Luke Shaw’s comeback as he signs new contract at the club

http://Embed from Getty Images by Abbey Maclure Manchester United have announced that full-back Luke Shaw has signed a new contract until 2023. The club confirmed the new deal today, which will reportedly see the 23-year-old’s earnings rise from £100,000 to £150,000 a week. Shaw suffered a set-back in 2016 when he broke his leg in a Champions League game against […]

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Rhinos announce Hurrell signing

Rhinos announce Hurrell signing

By Matty Ramage Leeds Rhinos have stunned many by announcing the signing of Tonga star Konrad Hurrell. Hurrell was previously at NRL club Gold Coast Titans but has secured a move to Super League due to the desire for a long term contract. Hurrell joins fellow Tongan Tui Lolohea, who signed for Leeds in July, and there is a sense […]

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Headingley Stadium taking shape as south stand opens

Headingley Stadium taking shape as south stand opens

By Tom Clayton HEADINGLEY Stadium’s new south stand was officially opened on Sunday with round five of rugby union’s Greene King IPA Championship. Leeds’ professional rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie were hosts to Bedford Blues as the new stand opened with brand new press and media facilities, as well as new seating in the upper tier. The work, undertaken by […]

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Freefalling Millers hope to take advantage of Blues’ home hoodoo

Freefalling Millers hope to take advantage of Blues’ home hoodoo

By Tom Skillcorn Birmingham City present Rotherham with their next attempt to break out of their poor form – after only managing two points out of their last six games in the Championship. The Millers will be looking to take advantage of Birmingham’s failure to earn three points at their home stadium this season, after only winning one game this […]

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Rising star Weaver plots unlikely Football League bid for Harrogate

Rising star Weaver plots unlikely Football League bid for Harrogate

By Tom Manley From a lucky escape from relegation in the National League North to being an underdog favourite to gain promotion to the Football League, the tide has turned for the small town in Yorkshire. Nearly a decade after Harrogate Town saw the introduction of a father and son combination as owner and manager, the club now see themselves […]

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