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Rugby League World Magazine 366 Back Issue

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Our cover star, Kirk Yeaman of Hull FC is back in the England training squad and talks to RLW about his career and hometown loyalty to Hull. Our Secret Speccie also pays a forensic visit to the KC Stadium and to maintain balance on the Humber, Mick Vella of Hull KR answers our Captain’s Call.
Robbie Hunter-Paul ponders how Rugby League can increase its media profile, while the stereotype-busting star of the BBC’s Challenge Cup coverage, Clare Balding, reveals a surprising family connection to the game in an exclusive interview.
Much-travelled Frenchman Julien Rinaldi talks to us about a career that has taken in three countries, we celebrate Swinton’s Championship One title triumph with a tipple in Lions star Phil Joseph’s very own bar and Greg Mulholland MP tells us how politics and Rugby League can form an effective coalition.
Our quest to complete the roll call of Golden Boot winners reaches 1993 and our resident historian Professor Tony Collins assesses the impact of black players on the game.
Planet League crosses the Atlantic to find out about the latest club to spring up Stateside, Oneida FC in Boston and we have an incredible story of personal survival involving Junior Kiwi coach Paul Bergman.
Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith offers his views on how more British coaches can get the top jobs and York City Knights coach Dave Woods calls for more clarity on the structure of the Championships.
Amateur club Newton Storm get a makeover and founder member of the British Amateur Rugby League Association, Maurice Oldroyd tells us about the circumstances which brought BARLA into being.
We also kick off a new fitness feature specially designed to appeal to Rugby League players and couch potatoes alike. Everyone can have a go!
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366 Our cover star, Kirk Yeaman of Hull FC is back in the England training squad and talks to RLW about his career and hometown loyalty to Hull. Our Secret Speccie also pays a forensic visit to the KC Stadium and to maintain balance on the Humber, Mick Vella of Hull KR answers our Captain’s Call. Robbie Hunter-Paul ponders how Rugby League can increase its media profile, while the stereotype-busting star of the BBC’s Challenge Cup coverage, Clare Balding, reveals a surprising family connection to the game in an exclusive interview. Much-travelled Frenchman Julien Rinaldi talks to us about a career that has taken in three countries, we celebrate Swinton’s Championship One title triumph with a tipple in Lions star Phil Joseph’s very own bar and Greg Mulholland MP tells us how politics and Rugby League can form an effective coalition. Our quest to complete the roll call of Golden Boot winners reaches 1993 and our resident historian Professor Tony Collins assesses the impact of black players on the game. Planet League crosses the Atlantic to find out about the latest club to spring up Stateside, Oneida FC in Boston and we have an incredible story of personal survival involving Junior Kiwi coach Paul Bergman. Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith offers his views on how more British coaches can get the top jobs and York City Knights coach Dave Woods calls for more clarity on the structure of the Championships. Amateur club Newton Storm get a makeover and founder member of the British Amateur Rugby League Association, Maurice Oldroyd tells us about the circumstances which brought BARLA into being. We also kick off a new fitness feature specially designed to appeal to Rugby League players and couch potatoes alike. Everyone can have a go!


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Our cover star, Kirk Yeaman of Hull FC is back in the England training squad and talks to RLW about his career and hometown loyalty to Hull. Our Secret Speccie also pays a forensic visit to the KC Stadium and to maintain balance on the Humber, Mick Vella of Hull KR answers our Captain’s Call.
Robbie Hunter-Paul ponders how Rugby League can increase its media profile, while the stereotype-busting star of the BBC’s Challenge Cup coverage, Clare Balding, reveals a surprising family connection to the game in an exclusive interview.
Much-travelled Frenchman Julien Rinaldi talks to us about a career that has taken in three countries, we celebrate Swinton’s Championship One title triumph with a tipple in Lions star Phil Joseph’s very own bar and Greg Mulholland MP tells us how politics and Rugby League can form an effective coalition.
Our quest to complete the roll call of Golden Boot winners reaches 1993 and our resident historian Professor Tony Collins assesses the impact of black players on the game.
Planet League crosses the Atlantic to find out about the latest club to spring up Stateside, Oneida FC in Boston and we have an incredible story of personal survival involving Junior Kiwi coach Paul Bergman.
Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith offers his views on how more British coaches can get the top jobs and York City Knights coach Dave Woods calls for more clarity on the structure of the Championships.
Amateur club Newton Storm get a makeover and founder member of the British Amateur Rugby League Association, Maurice Oldroyd tells us about the circumstances which brought BARLA into being.
We also kick off a new fitness feature specially designed to appeal to Rugby League players and couch potatoes alike. Everyone can have a go!
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