Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 26th Mar 2017 5:52 PM
With all Round seven games in the Kingstone Press Championship kicking off simultaneously on Sunday afternoon we had eighty minutes to see whether Hull KR, Toulouse, Featherstone and London Broncos could maintain their top four spots. The game of the afternoon looked like it would be the visit of Toulouse to Featherstone, while Halifax's trip to Hull KR also looked an intriguing prospect.

Further down the table the Sheffield Eagles travelled to Swinton, London hosted Rochdale, Oldham were at Batley Bulldogs while the Bradford Bulls continued their quest for positive points against Dewsbury Rams.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 24th Mar 2017 9:59 PM
Pre-season you would have got very long odds that Saints would be taking on Warrington Wolves in round six with both sides in the bottom three. The Wolves are still looking for their opening win of the season while a decent win for the Saints would see them propelled up the table.

Coach Cunningham was delighted to be able to name half-back Matty Smith in starting line up for the first time in 2017, but Tony Smith welcomed back inspirational full-back Stefan Ratchford, also making his first start this campaign.

It was an early season must win game for both sides.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 23rd Mar 2017 9:59 PM
Sixth placed Leigh Centurions travelled to the Beaumont Legal Stadium in Wakefield to take on a Trinity side still smarting from last weeks local derby loss to the Leeds Rhinos. Leigh had there eyes on fourth spot and knew that a win by more than ten points would see them there, but a sixteen point win for the home side would propel them above the Centurions into sixth spot.

It was an intriguing battle with Super League's new boys Leigh, who have already taken some impressive Super League scalps, up against a Trinity side who have showed much improvement and who will be eyeing a top eight spot for the second consecutive season.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Tue 21st Mar 2017 7:27 AM
The draw for the fifth round of the 2017 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup saw the introduction of the four Super League sides who competed in the middle eights competition in 2016.

The draw was broadcast live on BBC 5 Live's Breakfast Show, and across other BBC media, with the teams being drawn out by rugby league league legend Jason Robinson, and Breakfast Show presenter Rachel Burden.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 18th Mar 2017 7:03 PM
After defeat to the Leeds Rhinos in round four the Catalans Dragons were looking to get back to winning ways as they returned home to the Stade Gilbert Brutus to take on a St Helens side who have struggled so far in 2017 and who were languishing in tenth place at kick-off.

Saints were unchanged from the side which lost to Hull FC in round four. For the home side there were a number of changes including backs Yaha and Inu being replacing Broughton and Duport, and Jason Baitieri was in for the injured Greg Bird.

Both sides were desperate for a win and despite the lower than expected league standings of both sides it was a mouthwatering prospect.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 18th Mar 2017 2:59 PM
Haydock are the first ever eighth tier side to reach the fourth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup and today they visited Bower Fold in Oldham to take on Championship side Oldham Roughyeds for a place in the sixth round, and a chance of meeting a Super League side.

Oldham are currently in the bottom half of the Championship table with one win and one draw from five games this season but were odds on favourites to beat the only remaining National Conference side left in the competition, a full six divisions below them in the league structure.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 17th Mar 2017 9:57 PM
A win for the Leeds Rhinos over Wakefield Trinity at Carnegie Headingley would see them pull level on points with top of the table Castleford Tigers, Wigan Warriors and Hull FC. A win of any description would lift the visitors above the Rhinos.

Leeds were without late withdrawal Liam Sutcliffe and the suspended Brad Singleton, and with Joel Moon named in the half-backs Rob Burrow would start the game on the bench.

Wakefield Wildcats were looking for a third successive win after claiming the scalps of Saints and Salford in the last two rounds, but themselves made five changes from last weeks line-up.
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Posted by tb on Thu 16th Mar 2017 10:55 PM
It was never anything but a clear Leigh victory on offer in a game that was all about confidence – or the lack of it – when the Centurions entertained Warrington at Leigh Sports Village.

The hosts ran out 22-8 victors, and climbed to fourth in the table, with victory in the opening match of Super League round 5 against a Wolves team clearly lacking belief despite featuring in both last season’s finals and convincingly beating Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Series just weeks ago.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 12th Mar 2017 5:47 PM
The Kingstone Press Championship Round six was spread over two days and four kick-off times as Hull KR continued their quest for a quick return to Super League as they travelled to Dewsbury and Bradford Bulls continued their search for positive points with a tough looking home game against the Batley Bulldogs.

Elsewhere the Swinton Lions travelled to Toulouse in the Saturday evening game, there was a Pennines derby between Rochdale and Oldham, London Broncos were on the road at Halifax no in the late Sunday kick off the Sheffield Eagles hosted high flying Featherstone Rovers.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 12th Mar 2017 3:53 PM
The second round of the Kingstone Press Championship saw Whitehaven host the Toronto Wolfpack and hoping that they could do better than London Skolars effort last weekend.

The weather conditions had been awful all day and with the pitch already looking a little worse for wear the hopes weren't great for a game of open rugby.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 10th Mar 2017 10:00 PM
Hull FC came into tonight's round four fixture against St Helens on the back of a big win over the Huddersfield Giants and full of confidence. Saints were looking for some 2017 form and seeking to put last weekends loss at home to Wakefield Trinity behind them, and lift themselves into the top eight.

Lee Redford was marking his 100th game in charge of the Airlie Birds as the two beaten semi-finalists in 2016 came up against one another in an important early season match up.

Although playing for the Steve Prescott Trophy, there was little love in evidence between the two sets of players.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 9th Mar 2017 9:56 PM
When you've lost your opening three Super League fixtures, the last thing that you want to be doing is coming up against the Champions, and the side who shattered your dreams at Old Trafford five short months ago.

Bottom of the table Warrington Wolves hosted the Wigan Warriors, who came into the game level top of the league with the Castleford Tigers.

Warrington would have to do without Dec Patton, his absence opening the way for Harvey Livett's first Wolves game at scrum half. Wigan were also looking patched up and were missing a number of regular first-teamers, but all eyes would be on the mouthwatering clash between England hopeful half-backs George Williams and Kevin Brown.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 5th Mar 2017 5:30 PM
With the game at Oldham between the Roughyeds and the Dewsbury Rams postponed due to an unfit pitch, there were just five fixtures played on Sunday in round five of the Kingstone Press Championship.

Both Hull KR, at home to the Eagles, and Featherstone Rovers who were at home to newly promoted Rochdale Hornets, looked to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. Elsewhere London hosted Bradford, Batley were at home to Swinton and Halifax took on Toulouse.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 4th Mar 2017 7:02 PM
Winter had arrived in southern France with driving rain and a pitch on the verge of waterlogged as the Catalans Dragons eyeing their third consecutive win at the start of the season up against Widnes Vikings who were speaking their first points of the campaign.

Luke Burgess was making his debut for his new Dragons side after making eight appearances for Salford Red Devils last season. Widnes welcomed the return of Patrick Ah Van but would be without Manase Manuokafoa who picked up a training injury to curtail his return after a two game suspension.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 4th Mar 2017 4:23 PM
The Kingstone Press Championship One competition got underway at the New River Stadium as London Skolars were the hosts to Toronto Wolfpack as they began to write the first words, of the first chapter, of their big adventure.

It was a record home crowd as the sunshine broke through the clouds looking to see a fast and competitive game in the 4G pitch.
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W Sun 12th Mar SL WAK 24 22 SAL
L Sun 12th Feb SL WAK 8 12 HFC
L Fri 23rd Sep SL STS 32 12 WAK
L Fri 2nd Sep SL CAS 46 22 WAK
L Sun 21st Aug SL WID 40 8 WAK
L Fri 5th Aug SL WIG 60 12 WAK
W Sat 16th Jul SL CAT 28 30 WAK
L Fri 8th Jul SL WIG 22 18 WAK
W Sun 12th Jun SL HUD 2 10 WAK
L Fri 27th May SL SAL 38 8 WAK
W Fri 29th Apr SL WID 16 18 WAK
W Mon 28th Mar SL LEE 16 20 WAK
L Fri 18th Mar SL HFC 22 4 WAK
L Fri 11th Mar SL STS 44 4 WAK
L Fri 26th Feb SL WAR 34 16 WAK
W Sun 21st Feb SL HKR 12 14 WAK
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