Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 26th Feb 2017 5:16 PM
It was a full set of Sunday afternoon kick-offs in the fourth round of the Kingstone Press Championship. The league leaders Hull KR were hosts to Oldham Roughyeds while equal top Featherstone Rovers were away at Swinton Lions.

Elsewhere, Bradford Bulls welcomed Toulouse, London Broncos were on the road at Dewsbury Rams, the Sheffield Eagles were at home to Batley Bulldogs and Halifax visited Rochdale Hornets.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 24th Feb 2017 9:55 PM
Warrington were looking for their first points of Super League 2017 as Castleford Tigers came to town, themselves seeking to build on their Round One win over Leigh Centurions. The Tigers had last weekend off but the home side were buzzing after last weekends superb win over the Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Challenge.

Kurt Gidley was out for Wolves suffering from a virus giving chance to youngster Jack Johnson at full back. Paul McShane was missing for Castleford due to suspension for a dangerous throw on Gareth Hock and he was replaced by Adam Milner.

With two sides renowned for open rugby, the stage was set for a corker.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 23rd Feb 2017 10:05 PM
Both Hull FC and the Catalans Dragons had the benefit of a weekend off after securing victories in their opening fixtures of Super League 2017. FC made hard work out of their 12-8 win at Wakefield Trinity but the Dragons got off to a terrific start with a home win over Warrington Wolves.

FC were victorious in all three encounters between the two sides last season but were without the free scoring Albert Kelly who picked up a one game suspension in the opener. Iain Thornley was making his debut for the Dragons who were without Simon and Yaha.

The marketing team had been busy and there was a good crowd in the KCOM Stadium establishing a home attendance record for a Dragons fixture.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 19th Feb 2017 5:38 PM
Round three of the Kingstone Press Championship saw Dewsbury make the long trip to the south of France to take on Toulouse, the London Broncos went north to Oldham to take on the Roughyeds and Bradford Bulls went to Swinton in search of reducing their 'minus' in the points column.

Featherstone had a local derby at Batley, the Eagles went to Halifax and Hull KR had their eyes on the top of the table when they went to Rochdale to take on the Hornets.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 19th Feb 2017 5:10 PM
It was the best of the North against the best of the South. Super League's finest club side in 2016 were taking on the best that the NRL had to offer, their 2016 Grand Final winners. It was Wigan Warriors against Cronulla Sharks for the ultimate club prize, the Dacia World Club Champions crown.

Wigan were seeking a record fourth World Club Championship, after being victorious in 87, 91 & 94, but this was the Cronulla Sharks first outing in a World Club Challenge final.

After the Warrington Wolves did the business last night, now the whole of Super League expected a top class showing from the Warriors.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 18th Feb 2017 9:56 PM
Two hemispheres collided in the first of two Dacia World Club Challenge matches, this one at the Halliwell-Jones Stadium in Warrington. The Warrington Wolves took on the Brisbane Broncos for the pride of the British game.

The home side were boosted by the inclusion of Kevin Brown and Ben Westwood and Tony Smith knew his side would need all of their fire power to take the game to a big and experienced Australian side.

The hopes of a nation were with the Wolves.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 17th Feb 2017 9:58 PM
Two sides looking for their first points of Super League 2017 were thrown together at Leigh Sports Village in this round eleven, brought forward, fixture as the Centurions welcomed the Leeds Rhinos for their first home game back on the top flight.

Leigh made a handful of changes to the side that were beaten at Castleford last weekend, most notably losing the services of stand-off Martyn Ridyard.

The Rhinos also made changes which included Mitch Garbutt being ruled out through illness after arriving in Leigh and being replaced by Anthony Mullally in the front row, with Josh Walters on the bench. The Rhinos side would be bouyed by the return of skipper Danny McGuire who would start from the bench.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 16th Feb 2017 9:50 PM
There were contrasting opening round outcomes for tonight's two combatants. The Giants won confidently at Widnes Vikings, while the Salford Red Devil's lost to the Wigan Warriors despite a spirited second half comeback.

Salford had won on their last three visits to the John Smiths Stadium but new Giants coach Rick Stone was looking to build on last weeks win with a first home victory.

On paper there was very little to choose between the two sides.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 12th Feb 2017 7:38 PM
It was a full set of Sunday afternoon kick-offs in the Kingstone Press Championship. Rochdale took their clean sheet against Dewsbury Rams in round one to Bradford, Toulouse made the long trip to Sheffield to take on the Eagles in the days late kick-off, and Hull KR were on the road in London.

Featherstone looked to back up their win last week with a home game against Oldham, Halifax were away at Batley Bulldogs in the days only Yorkshire derby and Dewsbury Rams entertained the Swinton Lions.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 11th Feb 2017 6:58 PM
One of the more mouthwatering ties of the opening weekend saw Warrington Wolves travel to the south of France to take on the Catalans Dragons who were rocked during the week by a two year suspension handed to utility player Tony Gigot after he reportedly clashed with drug test official.

Wolves coach Tony Smith named new signings Mike Cooper and Andre Savelio in his starting line up and Dom Crosby was on the bench. Laurent Frayssinous also gave a handful of debuts with Greg Bird, Sam Moa, Mikael Simon, Luke Walsh and Brayden Wiliame all figuring in his seventeen.

It would be a big opening round test for both teams.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 10th Feb 2017 9:56 PM
After years of hope, hard work and disappointments, Leigh Centurions were finally back in Super League to pit their skills against the best sides in the land. Their opening fixture of the 2017 competition saw the new boys, and their fans, travel over a wintery Pennines to take on the Castleford Tigers, a side that they had not beaten since 1987.

It has been twelve years in the making for Leigh and they were looking to make the most of their opening fixture against a much fancied Tigers side who are tipped for a strong competition under the continued coaching of Daryl Powell.

The whole of Super League were keen to see what the Centurions would bring to this seasons competition.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 9th Feb 2017 9:51 PM
Super League 2017 touched down at the 'Totally Wicked Stadium' as St. Helens welcomed the Leeds Rhinos for the seasons opening fixture. Both sides were looking to get their campaign off to the best of starts with an opening weekend win, one would be disappointed in eighty minutes time.

Saints were without new signing Matty Smith, out with a nasty pre-season injury, and the Rhinos had lost Brett Ferres, Danny McGuire and Brett Delaney to friendly game knocks. But both sides gave debuts to new signings.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 5th Feb 2017 5:17 PM
It looks like it's going to be very competitive Kingstone Press Championship in 2017 as twelve sides do battle for the all-important top four places, and a tilt at the Super League sides come the middle eights.

The opening weekends highlights looked to be Batley's trip to Toulouse, the all-new Bradford Bulls away at Hull KR and Featherstone Rovers in the Yorkshire derby against Halifax.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Mon 30th Jan 2017 2:42 PM
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 28th Jan 2017 2:38 PM
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup got underway with an all National Conference League clash between Leigh Miners Rangers and Wigan St Patricks at the Twist Lane ground. The game had been chosen as the focus game of the round and would be shown live by the BBC as part of their enhanced coverage of the 2017 competition.

One of sixteen first round fixtures, the winners would be embarking on a gruelling sequence of games which could see them pitted against semi-pro and then professional sides as they progressed through the competition.
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