Month: August 2009

Potter and the Poisoned Chalice

At first glance Mick Potter doesn't look as if he could hack it as water-boy, let alone a State of Origin and Premiership winning full back in the toughest [...]

Are the Lions the new Dolphins?

OK. That's what I'm talking about, Detroit. That O-line looks a solid unit. Let's go kick-ass. I listened to the Lions' come back win over the Colts Saturday [...]

Video killed the radio star, but what’s it doing to rugby league?

The 2009 Carnegie Challenge Cup final showcased all that is good about modern day rugby; and rugby league in particular. It had fast flowing action, big hits, [...]

Carnegie Challenge Cup Final: Huddersfield Giants 16-25 Warrington Wolves (Final)

Warrington Wolves erased three-decades of Challenge Cup heartache with this devastating domination of the Huddersfield Giants. A rock-solid contribution by [...]

Smith backs McCarthy

Twenty-year old, Tyrone McCarthy, was a delighted spectator at Widnes's Stobart Stadium as the Warrington Wolves secured their first Challenge Cup Final [...]

Don’t bet your shirt on it: unless you’re a banker of course.

The appearance of the Warrington Wolves in the Rugby Football League's Carnegie Challenge Cup Final at Wembley presents an ideal opportunity for demonstrators [...]

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