This past weekend saw the first ever Rugby League World Club Series. This is an expansion on the World Club Challenge which took place in previous years. The new series pits the top 3 teams from the Super League and the NRL against each other in 3 games. So, how successful was this new idea? And can it have success in the future?
Last night saw the 2014 Sports Personality of the Year presentation and I can’t help thinking that the show and the award has become a farce. The bizarre booking of Simple Minds to open the show, the sheer tediousness of the entire event, the ridiculous shortlist of candidates and the public choosing the wrong winner. Is it time for SPOTY to change the format of the show?
Earlier this week, Sam Burgess announced he would be leaving the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the world of Rugby League to sign for Aviva Premiership side, Bath RUFC.
The Bradford Bulls go into the new Super League XVIII season with a sense of new found optimism having been saved from liquidation by new owner, Omar Khan.
Back in late August things looked bleak for the Bradford Bulls. They were entrenched in a battle against liquidation and had just made 16 members of staff, including all the first team coaches, redundant.
Bradford Bulls have announced a lucrative new sponsorship deal with money lending company Provident Financial Group which sees them become the clubs main sponsors.