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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 this month is Wigan’s second row tackling machine Liam Farrell who has enjoyed a sensational start to the new season, grabbing the chance to secure his spot in the first team following the shock departure of Gareth Hock. Despite blazing the early trail in Super League XVIII, Liam remains endearingly modest about his achievements.
Jamie Jones-Buchanan discovered a reformed character in Ben Cockayne during the recent England training camp at RAF Cranwell. Ben talks about his troubled past, the debt he owes to the fans that stuck by him through thick and thin and his aim to move on from his bad lad reputation and focus on the positive things his talent can bring him.
Keith Mason who has now chalked up 250 appearances chats to Dave Hadfield about the highs and lows of his career and we catch up with Stuart Fielden, back from injury at last and now under the tutelage of former Bulls team mate Paul Anderson at Huddersfield Giants.
Robbie Hunter-Paul tackles the thorny subject of performance enhancing drugs in sport in the light of the scandal currently rocking Rugby League in Australia, and the particular pressure players are put under to deliver the goods on the pitch.
Our Championship coverage includes a quickfire round with Featherstone’s Liam Finn and a profile on London Skolars. We pay a visit to newcomers University of Gloucestershire All Golds and look at Sheffield Eagles’ imminent departure from Don Valley Stadium. We also assess the impact the bonus point has had on the Championship competitions and whether it ought to be used in Super League too.
On the international scene we talk to Australia coach Tim Sheens and focus on Papua New Guinea and Ireland in our World Cup Countdown, plus we have our regular dispatches from France, New Zealand and Wales.
Hull Dockers, Coventry Bears, Nottingham Outlaws and the Women’s Combined Services team complete our grassroots coverage.
Also there are books and performance products to be won. Enjoy!
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   |   385   


Our cover star this month is Wigan’s second row tackling machine Liam Farrell who has enjoyed a sensational start to the new season, grabbing the chance to secure his spot in the first team following the shock departure of Gareth Hock. Despite blazing the early trail in Super League XVIII, Liam remains endearingly modest about his achievements.
Jamie Jones-Buchanan discovered a reformed character in Ben Cockayne during the recent England training camp at RAF Cranwell. Ben talks about his troubled past, the debt he owes to the fans that stuck by him through thick and thin and his aim to move on from his bad lad reputation and focus on the positive things his talent can bring him.
Keith Mason who has now chalked up 250 appearances chats to Dave Hadfield about the highs and lows of his career and we catch up with Stuart Fielden, back from injury at last and now under the tutelage of former Bulls team mate Paul Anderson at Huddersfield Giants.
Robbie Hunter-Paul tackles the thorny subject of performance enhancing drugs in sport in the light of the scandal currently rocking Rugby League in Australia, and the particular pressure players are put under to deliver the goods on the pitch.
Our Championship coverage includes a quickfire round with Featherstone’s Liam Finn and a profile on London Skolars. We pay a visit to newcomers University of Gloucestershire All Golds and look at Sheffield Eagles’ imminent departure from Don Valley Stadium. We also assess the impact the bonus point has had on the Championship competitions and whether it ought to be used in Super League too.
On the international scene we talk to Australia coach Tim Sheens and focus on Papua New Guinea and Ireland in our World Cup Countdown, plus we have our regular dispatches from France, New Zealand and Wales.
Hull Dockers, Coventry Bears, Nottingham Outlaws and the Women’s Combined Services team complete our grassroots coverage.
Also there are books and performance products to be won. Enjoy!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Rugby League World magazine print subscription.
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