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The Fantastic 4 captains of England, Australia, New Zealand and Wales adorn our cover, in an issue sporting a decidedly international flavour. In addition to the Gillette Four Nations, we’ve got coverage from the Atlantic and European zone World Cup qualifiers.
One of the biggest talking points in the game has been the decision of newly crowned Man of Steel, New Zealand born Rangi Chase to opt to play for England. Our regular columnists Jon Wells and Robbie Hunter-Paul offer their own distinctive viewpoints on what has proved to be a highly divisive topic.
We go one on one with another England ‘outsider’, but even though Jack Reed has made his name in the NRL, he remains fiercely proud of his Yorkshire-born heritage.
Jamie Peacock also tackles the eligibility issue in an in-depth interview along with his thoughts on the scheduling of the international season, the structure of Super League and his latest – and in his view greatest – Grand Final triumph with Leeds Rhinos.
Wearing the colours of Wales, Lee Briers gets one back on club mate and England rival Adrian Morley in Captain’s Call, we also chat to New Zealand captain and 2010 Golden Boot winner Benji Marshall and Australia’s Grand Final winning rookie Daly Cherry-Evans tells us why he declined Steve McNamara’s overtures to play for England.
Dave Hadfield meets Tony Blair’s former Drug Czar Keith Hellawell, now a director at Huddersfield Giants, Secret Speccie visits Tiger Town in Castleford and the Thorman brothers, Paul and Neil talk about their Rugby League journey from the North East to North London.
We wrap up our review of the Super League season with a look at the clubs who made it into the Top 8, examine the reasons behind disappearing crowds in Cumbria and catch up with former Great Britain scrum-half Deryck Fox.
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368 The Fantastic 4 captains of England, Australia, New Zealand and Wales adorn our cover, in an issue sporting a decidedly international flavour. In addition to the Gillette Four Nations, we’ve got coverage from the Atlantic and European zone World Cup qualifiers. One of the biggest talking points in the game has been the decision of newly crowned Man of Steel, New Zealand born Rangi Chase to opt to play for England. Our regular columnists Jon Wells and Robbie Hunter-Paul offer their own distinctive viewpoints on what has proved to be a highly divisive topic. We go one on one with another England ‘outsider’, but even though Jack Reed has made his name in the NRL, he remains fiercely proud of his Yorkshire-born heritage. Jamie Peacock also tackles the eligibility issue in an in-depth interview along with his thoughts on the scheduling of the international season, the structure of Super League and his latest – and in his view greatest – Grand Final triumph with Leeds Rhinos. Wearing the colours of Wales, Lee Briers gets one back on club mate and England rival Adrian Morley in Captain’s Call, we also chat to New Zealand captain and 2010 Golden Boot winner Benji Marshall and Australia’s Grand Final winning rookie Daly Cherry-Evans tells us why he declined Steve McNamara’s overtures to play for England. Dave Hadfield meets Tony Blair’s former Drug Czar Keith Hellawell, now a director at Huddersfield Giants, Secret Speccie visits Tiger Town in Castleford and the Thorman brothers, Paul and Neil talk about their Rugby League journey from the North East to North London. We wrap up our review of the Super League season with a look at the clubs who made it into the Top 8, examine the reasons behind disappearing crowds in Cumbria and catch up with former Great Britain scrum-half Deryck Fox.


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The Fantastic 4 captains of England, Australia, New Zealand and Wales adorn our cover, in an issue sporting a decidedly international flavour. In addition to the Gillette Four Nations, we’ve got coverage from the Atlantic and European zone World Cup qualifiers.
One of the biggest talking points in the game has been the decision of newly crowned Man of Steel, New Zealand born Rangi Chase to opt to play for England. Our regular columnists Jon Wells and Robbie Hunter-Paul offer their own distinctive viewpoints on what has proved to be a highly divisive topic.
We go one on one with another England ‘outsider’, but even though Jack Reed has made his name in the NRL, he remains fiercely proud of his Yorkshire-born heritage.
Jamie Peacock also tackles the eligibility issue in an in-depth interview along with his thoughts on the scheduling of the international season, the structure of Super League and his latest – and in his view greatest – Grand Final triumph with Leeds Rhinos.
Wearing the colours of Wales, Lee Briers gets one back on club mate and England rival Adrian Morley in Captain’s Call, we also chat to New Zealand captain and 2010 Golden Boot winner Benji Marshall and Australia’s Grand Final winning rookie Daly Cherry-Evans tells us why he declined Steve McNamara’s overtures to play for England.
Dave Hadfield meets Tony Blair’s former Drug Czar Keith Hellawell, now a director at Huddersfield Giants, Secret Speccie visits Tiger Town in Castleford and the Thorman brothers, Paul and Neil talk about their Rugby League journey from the North East to North London.
We wrap up our review of the Super League season with a look at the clubs who made it into the Top 8, examine the reasons behind disappearing crowds in Cumbria and catch up with former Great Britain scrum-half Deryck Fox.
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