Cheap Rugby League World Cup Tickets still available

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The Rugby League World Cup starts this Saturday and discount tickets are still available.  Three local stadiums are amongst the British, Irish and French venues selected to host ties. In addition to student discounts, buy one get one half price deals are available for consecutive games at the same venue.  This means two standing tickets can be as More...

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By Michael Hincks On Friday, March 22nd, 2013
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LURFC leave JMU chasing shadows in Varsity clash

An amalgamation of LURFC’s teams saw off JMU on Wednesday with a comfortable 17-6 victory. Played in front of a raucous Wyncote crowd, geed up on Red Bull, Tetley’s and testosterone, Liverpool Uni More...

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By Michael Hincks On Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
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LURFC 1st XV vs Sheffield 1st XV – Report

Liverpool 31-29 Sheffield                              Wednesday 27th February As was the case in last week’s fixture against Bishop Burton, this was another must win, top of the table clash for More...

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By Michael Hincks On Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
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LURFC 1st XV vs Bishop Burton 1st XV – Report

Wednesday 20th February was a huge day for the Liverpool 1st XV as they faced Bishop Burton College away from home. Arguably the biggest game of the season as both sides were going for promotion, it was a do or More...

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By Liam Curran On Monday, February 11th, 2013
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View From The Sidelines: Vital England Win, Rafa’s Return & Super Frank

The England Rugby team took a significant step towards a Six Nations Grand Slam with a 12-6 victory over Ireland in Dublin. The wet weather and freezing conditions meant there were frequent handling errors but England More...

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By Andrew Tindall On Monday, February 11th, 2013
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Six Nations Round Up: Week 2

It’s hard to draw conclusions from the opening week of any Six Nations championship. One game does not make a form-book. Crushing defeats are written off as flukes and cobweb shaking, whilst victories are More...

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By Danny Stone On Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
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2012 – The Year of the Olympic Bug

2012: The Year of the Olympic Bug When I was asked to do a review of the year’s sport, I must admit to being a bit sceptical. Yes it’s been a fantastic year for sport in Britain, a golden year even (see what More...

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By Simon Mulligan On Sunday, September 23rd, 2012
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Wigan Choose Leeds in Club Call

Wigan Warriors suprised nobody by choosing to play Leeds Rhinos in next weekend’s Super League play-off semi-final. Wigan, as highest ranked semi-final qualifiers from Week One, had the choice between More...

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By Simon Mulligan On Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
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Liverpudlian Graham Aims to Join Elite Band of Brits to Cap Off Dream Year

Rugby League’s Scouse custodian, James Graham will aim to join an elite band of British players next weekend when his Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs side take on Melbourne Storm in the Australian NRL Grand More...

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By Simon Mulligan On Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
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Warrington 24-12 Hull FC: Wolves Bounce Back to Keep Double Hopes Alive

Warrington Wolves produced a dogged display to see off Hull FC 24-12 and proceed to the semi-finals of the Super League play-offs to keep their title hopes alive. The Wolves made a slow start but did score the first More...