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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Your access all areas pass behind the scenes of the world of Rugby League. Packed with the colour and detail behind the news with views and analysis from the sport's leading writers. Essential reading for anyone who cares about Rugby League no matter where or what level it is played. From grassroots rugby to the professional elite, the biggest domestic and international clashes, we get up close and personal with star players, coaches and those who make the game tick.

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Our cover star is Warrington Wolves and England forward Ben Westwood, the subject of this month’s grilling by Jamie Jones-Buchanan.
We chat to Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield about his growing stature as Rugby League’s ‘classy ambassador’ and our regular columnists Jon Wells and Robbie Hunter-Paul have their say on the future of the World Club Challenge.
Papua New Guinea international Paul Aiton talks about his decision to leave the NRL and try his luck in Super League with Wakefield, Hull KR's Ben Galea answers a quickfire round of questions and our Secret Speccie returns to run the rule over St Helens’ new home at Langtree Park.
As we preview the new league season about to start in the Co-operative Championships, Dave Hadfield catches up with Sheffield Eagles mainstay Mark Aston, while Neil Barraclough chats to Liam Finn at reigning Champions Featherstone and shares an emotional interview with Leigh Centurions new coach Paul Rowley about how tough it can be for a player to hang up his boots. Dual code legend Clive Griffiths is full of enthusiasm as he returns to the fold to rebuild Rugby League in North Wales with the Crusaders in Championship One.
The Carnegie Challenge Cup has also finally beaten the weather to get underway and we pay a visit to a preliminary round tie to find out what the Cup means to the grassroots clubs hitting the long, if unlikely, road to Wembley Stadium.
Castleford’s former Wembley winner David Plange trumps just about every other ‘where are they now’ story we’ve ever heard with tales of cheating death over the frozen wastes of Greenland.
We have a report from the International 9s where two new names, Vanuatu and the Philippines made their Rugby League debut and we take a look at the financial status of clubs in Super League and ask if it’s a case of boom or bust in the top flight.
IPAD extra: includes Open Rugby issue 7 from May 1977!
Your access all areas pass behind the scenes of the world of Rugby League. Packed with the colour and detail behind the news with views and analysis from the sport's leading writers. Essential reading for anyone who cares about Rugby League no matter where or what level it is played. From grassroots rugby to the professional elite, the biggest domestic and international clashes, we get up close and personal with star players, coaches and those who make the game tick.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Rugby League World magazine subscription.

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Rugby League World   |   372   


Our cover star is Warrington Wolves and England forward Ben Westwood, the subject of this month’s grilling by Jamie Jones-Buchanan.
We chat to Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield about his growing stature as Rugby League’s ‘classy ambassador’ and our regular columnists Jon Wells and Robbie Hunter-Paul have their say on the future of the World Club Challenge.
Papua New Guinea international Paul Aiton talks about his decision to leave the NRL and try his luck in Super League with Wakefield, Hull KR's Ben Galea answers a quickfire round of questions and our Secret Speccie returns to run the rule over St Helens’ new home at Langtree Park.
As we preview the new league season about to start in the Co-operative Championships, Dave Hadfield catches up with Sheffield Eagles mainstay Mark Aston, while Neil Barraclough chats to Liam Finn at reigning Champions Featherstone and shares an emotional interview with Leigh Centurions new coach Paul Rowley about how tough it can be for a player to hang up his boots. Dual code legend Clive Griffiths is full of enthusiasm as he returns to the fold to rebuild Rugby League in North Wales with the Crusaders in Championship One.
The Carnegie Challenge Cup has also finally beaten the weather to get underway and we pay a visit to a preliminary round tie to find out what the Cup means to the grassroots clubs hitting the long, if unlikely, road to Wembley Stadium.
Castleford’s former Wembley winner David Plange trumps just about every other ‘where are they now’ story we’ve ever heard with tales of cheating death over the frozen wastes of Greenland.
We have a report from the International 9s where two new names, Vanuatu and the Philippines made their Rugby League debut and we take a look at the financial status of clubs in Super League and ask if it’s a case of boom or bust in the top flight.
IPAD extra: includes Open Rugby issue 7 from May 1977!
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Rugby League World magazine print subscription.
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