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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  |  3063  


The weekend may well be over, but the new week can start with a bang with the new copy of League Express!
We have new Super League leaders, movement in the Championship and League 1 and it’s been another non-stop week for the sport. We hit newsstands on Monday morning – but if you fancy getting the paper digitally at around 9pm, here’s a taster of what you can expect..
An insight into the RFL’s funding from Sport England; how it compares with other sports, and how there still may be more money to come..
We provide an update on Widnes coach Denis Betts’ future – and the Super League half-back the Vikings tried, but failed, to sign recently.
Hull FC’s Motu Tony reveals how they are set to enter talks with two out-of-contract players: as well as revealing whether they are in the hunt for Gareth Widdop.
Wakefield chairman Michael Carter offers us an exclusive update on the future of Rugby League in the city. Trinity fans, don’t miss this..
Salford coach Ian Watson speaks to us in depth about what his hopes and plans are for the future after agreeing a new long-term deal with the club.
Shaun Wane offers Wigan fans an injury update ahead of Friday’s trip to Leeds.
Keegan Hirst speaks about his long, arduous journey to becoming a Super League player after making his top-flight debut over the weekend.
Leeds’ Joel Moon discusses his long-term plans in England – and whether he may ever return to Australia.
One leading Widnes player reveals how he’s put talks over his future on hold to focus on their Super League struggle.
Castleford went back to the top of Super League – Daryl Powell speaks after the win against Catalans about injuries, form and much more.
You may have seen a battle developing online between Garry Schofield and David Fifita on Twitter – and Schoey has his say on matters in an explosive column!
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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   |   3063   


The weekend may well be over, but the new week can start with a bang with the new copy of League Express!
We have new Super League leaders, movement in the Championship and League 1 and it’s been another non-stop week for the sport. We hit newsstands on Monday morning – but if you fancy getting the paper digitally at around 9pm, here’s a taster of what you can expect..
An insight into the RFL’s funding from Sport England; how it compares with other sports, and how there still may be more money to come..
We provide an update on Widnes coach Denis Betts’ future – and the Super League half-back the Vikings tried, but failed, to sign recently.
Hull FC’s Motu Tony reveals how they are set to enter talks with two out-of-contract players: as well as revealing whether they are in the hunt for Gareth Widdop.
Wakefield chairman Michael Carter offers us an exclusive update on the future of Rugby League in the city. Trinity fans, don’t miss this..
Salford coach Ian Watson speaks to us in depth about what his hopes and plans are for the future after agreeing a new long-term deal with the club.
Shaun Wane offers Wigan fans an injury update ahead of Friday’s trip to Leeds.
Keegan Hirst speaks about his long, arduous journey to becoming a Super League player after making his top-flight debut over the weekend.
Leeds’ Joel Moon discusses his long-term plans in England – and whether he may ever return to Australia.
One leading Widnes player reveals how he’s put talks over his future on hold to focus on their Super League struggle.
Castleford went back to the top of Super League – Daryl Powell speaks after the win against Catalans about injuries, form and much more.
You may have seen a battle developing online between Garry Schofield and David Fifita on Twitter – and Schoey has his say on matters in an explosive column!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
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  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 52 issues during a 1 year League Express magazine print subscription.
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