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WRLA seeking coaches and managers for County of Origin clash

WRLA (The Women’s Rugby League Association) are seeking applications for the prestigious positions of Head Coach and Managers for Lancashire and Yorkshire Ladies sides for this season’s forthcoming County of Origin which will take place in 2018. To be eligible for the coaching roles you must possess Minimum Level 2 UKCC Coaching Accreditation and experience in coaching senior players. All applicants

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Women’s Rugby League Weekly Round up 20th August

In the Women’s Super League on Sunday Thatto Heath St Helens hosted Castleford Tigers Ladies and the home side put on an impressive display to win 64-4. Thatto’s Rachel Thompson topped the try scoring charts for the afternoon with four, closely followed by Faye Gaskin who scored three. Charlotte Hill scored twice and there were

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Women’s Rugby League Weekly Round up 13th August

On Sunday in the Women’s Super League Bradford Bulls Women welcomed Castleford Tigers Ladies and the home side dominated throughout to earn a 72-18 victory. Four Bradford players were on the score sheet twice; Amy Hardcastle,  Kirsty Moroney, Jess Courtman and Rhiannon Marshall. There were further tries from Cheryl Armitage, Charlotte Booth, Lisa Taylor, Stacey

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Women’s Rugby League Round Up 6 August 2017

In the Women’s Championship there was one game this weekend, Wakefield Trinity Ladies hosted Barrow Ladies and the home side impressed throughout winning 44-0. Wakefield’s Georgia Cutt had a fantastic afternoon scoring five tries and there were further tries scored by Aimee Holroyd, Katie Smith, Kelly Hall and Michala Reith. Nicole Austin added four goals

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Bradford Bulls take the Challenge Cup and York City the Shield

Bradford Bulls Ladies and Featherstone Rovers battled it out for the 2017 Challenge Cup Final on Sunday and in an extremely entertaining game it was Bradford Bulls Ladies who lifted the trophy winning 50-16. Featherstone Rovers opened the scoring after dominating the early exchanges when Brogan Churm pounced on a loose ball with Nat Gilmour

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