Hunslet Warriors are looking to strengthen numbers on their U12s side. If you know any girls in school years 6 and 7 who’d like to try rugby league or have played before please encourage them to get along to a training session Mondays and Wednesdays between 6pm and 7pm. Their club house is at: The Oval, Hunslet,
Sunday the 22nd of January saw Hunslet make the long journey over to Hull Wyke to play the Quarter Final of the Plate competition. Conditions were dry but heavy underfoot and we all knew that today was going to be a tough battle. This was the 3rd time both teams had met this season, having
It had been nearly a year since the two teams had last faced each other, with a draw and a narrow Hunslet victory last season, this was going to be a good bench mark to see how both teams had developed in that time. Hunslet had trained really hard that week and were brimming with
Yesterday Hunslet Warriors travelled across Yorkshire to play the ladies of Hull. With the Warriors bringing in a couple of new signings (Sherryl Cole and Chloe Brown) and having players returning from injury ( Kat Sharrock – return after broken finger and Megan Davies – return after broken nose), Hunslet were hoping to put on a
With much anticipation the Hunslet Warriors travelled over to Odsal Sirens hoping to keep the winning run going in the league competition. Hunslet, had to put a patched up side together and just managed to scrape together 13 combatants for today’s battle. With the pitch on an obvious slope, and conditions dodgy at best both
Hunslet Warriors v East Leeds – this was a much anticipated fixture, as much for the Hunslet players as the coaching staff. With the local council closing all their pitches the Hunslet coaches worked tirelessly for 3 hours to get this fixture playable. Luckily they just managed to pull it off. Now for the game.