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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 52 issues per year Every Monday, League Express brings you the best news, match reports and pictures from around the world of Rugby League including comprehensive coverage of every game in the First Utility Super League, the Kingstone Press Championships and the Australian NRL Telstra Premiership.

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League Express  |  3065  


Super League has two perhaps surprising leaders in the shape of Castleford and Salford, while there are stories aplenty across the rest of the league, too. It’s been a momentous seven days for the sport following the proposed changes to the salary cap: here’s what we’ve got for you in a bumper issue this week:
We’ve an exclusive interview with Super League chief Roger Draper in light of the incoming changes to the salary cap..
..and there’s news of how discontent among some top-flight sides could lead to some huge changes below first-team level after some threats to the RFL.
Wakefield Trinity fans may want to pick up a copy of the paper – as there’s more exclusive developments about the hunt for a community stadium for the people of the city.
Could one of the leading forwards in the Championship be set for a move to Super League next year? There’s news of which clubs have been offered one of the second-tier’s brightest talents.
Former Great Britain international Lee Briers sounds off on the salary cap changes – and he is not happy.
One Super League chief executive who voted AGAINST the proposals to increase the salary cap explains why he’s upset.
There’s also a players perspective on the increase too from one of the best forwards in the competition.
Away from the salary cap, Zak Hardaker speaks to us about his start to life as a Tigers player – but where will he be playing in 2018?
Leigh owner Derek Beaumont shares his plans for reserve and academy revivals at the Centurions exclusively with us. It’s exciting stuff for Leigh fans.
Could Salford bring a marquee player into the AJ Bell Stadium next year? Ian Blease gives us an insight into the Red Devils’ plans.
Tom Johnstone caught the eye of many again over the weekend – and Wakefield coach Chris Chester speaks about how long he might be able to keep hold of the winger.
Every Monday, League Express brings you the best news, match reports and pictures from around the world of Rugby League including comprehensive coverage of every game in the First Utility Super League, the Kingstone Press Championships and the Australian NRL Telstra Premiership.
We also bring you the latest news from your local club and the international game, plus in-depth coverage of the grassroots game with reports, results and pictures from around the BARLA, Academy and Conference competitions.
Columnists include editor Martyn Sadler, Australian journalist and author Malcolm Andrews, former Great Britain star and Golden Boot winner Garry Schofield and Rugby League World editor Gareth Walker. Our lively Mailbag contains a wide selection of views from readers on all aspects of the game, while League Talk focuses on the lighter side of Rugby League as well as carrying details of the latest club events and fundraisers taking place. It’s an unbeatable package for any Rugby League supporter.
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You'll receive 52 issues during a 1 year League Express magazine subscription.

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   Even 20 years on ... Reviewed Saturday, November 24, 2012
The format may have changed but the enthusiasm for the game of rugby league and the concise info has not !!!
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League Express   |   3065   


Super League has two perhaps surprising leaders in the shape of Castleford and Salford, while there are stories aplenty across the rest of the league, too. It’s been a momentous seven days for the sport following the proposed changes to the salary cap: here’s what we’ve got for you in a bumper issue this week:
We’ve an exclusive interview with Super League chief Roger Draper in light of the incoming changes to the salary cap..
..and there’s news of how discontent among some top-flight sides could lead to some huge changes below first-team level after some threats to the RFL.
Wakefield Trinity fans may want to pick up a copy of the paper – as there’s more exclusive developments about the hunt for a community stadium for the people of the city.
Could one of the leading forwards in the Championship be set for a move to Super League next year? There’s news of which clubs have been offered one of the second-tier’s brightest talents.
Former Great Britain international Lee Briers sounds off on the salary cap changes – and he is not happy.
One Super League chief executive who voted AGAINST the proposals to increase the salary cap explains why he’s upset.
There’s also a players perspective on the increase too from one of the best forwards in the competition.
Away from the salary cap, Zak Hardaker speaks to us about his start to life as a Tigers player – but where will he be playing in 2018?
Leigh owner Derek Beaumont shares his plans for reserve and academy revivals at the Centurions exclusively with us. It’s exciting stuff for Leigh fans.
Could Salford bring a marquee player into the AJ Bell Stadium next year? Ian Blease gives us an insight into the Red Devils’ plans.
Tom Johnstone caught the eye of many again over the weekend – and Wakefield coach Chris Chester speaks about how long he might be able to keep hold of the winger.
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  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
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You'll receive 52 issues during a 1 year League Express magazine print subscription.
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