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SCOTT Moore has described James Roby as a phenomen

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first_imgSCOTT Moore has described James Roby as a phenomenon following the hooker’s amazing start to the Engage Super League season.Speaking ahead of this Friday’s trip to Crusaders, the 23-year-old believes the 2007 Man of Steel can only get better.“Robes has always been a freak and if you look at his stats he is killing it this season,” Moore explained. “He is part of a pack that has begun to show real good go forward. Jammer is playing well as is Josh Perry too.“But Roby is killing it and I’d like to know what his secret is – he is a phenomenon.“Although I’ll miss this week’s game with a calf injury I am enjoying the season so far. Of course all players want to be in the starting 13 but whatever job I am given I want to do my best. And if you’re winning and picking up trophies then there aren’t any problems.“We have hit a little groove at the moment which is long overdue as we expected to start a lot stronger.“We have to take it week by week now and continue to climb the ladder. We are a hardworking and honest team; we are all friends and we want to play well for each other.”Scott broke on to the scene as a 16-year-old against Wigan in 2004 and his career has taken in spells on loan at Castleford and Huddersfield.“Those periods away made me a better player,” he continued. “It was a steep learning curve because I had got so used to winning in 2006 and then I had to get used to losing again.“Castleford had just come up and so had strung a team together and it was a struggle. But I learnt a lot from Terry Matterson and it set me up for the very successful year at Huddersfield.“I’m learning from Royce Simmons too. He is a good witty bloke and isn’t one for barking orders. He has subtle quiet words with you and it is a happy camp.“I have had to learn how to play with James Roby too which was weird at first. But we’ve found some cohesion and are getting better all the time. Playing just two positions is better for my game too.”last_img read more

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FOLLOWING a highly successful seventh Magic Weeken

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first_imgFOLLOWING a highly successful seventh Magic Weekend the RFL are delighted to be able to make an early announcement for fans to confirm the dates for Magic Weekend 2014.All 14 Super League Clubs will return to the Etihad Stadium, Manchester over the weekend of Saturday May 17 and Sunday May 18.The 2014 Magic Weekend will be the second year of a two-year agreement with the RFL to stage the event, with the fixtures for the weekend to be confirmed later in the year.More than 60,000 fans enjoyed a superb weekend of sporting action at Magic 2013, with an action packed programme of matches and entertainment for all the family.The new tram link to Etihad Campus made access to the stadium even easier for many fans and the Fanzone was buzzing with activity including a whole range of fun challenges run by Super League partners including Heinz, Foxy Bingo, Brut, and Irn Bru.Commenting on the weekend RFL Chief Executive Nigel Wood said: “Magic Weekend 2013 was a great success, showcasing the extraordinary sport of Rugby League to a wide audience, both at the games and on television. Once again the fans created a fantastic atmosphere, both inside and outside the stadium in the Fanzone, and I believe the whole sport can be rightly proud of the Magic Weekend.“I am delighted that we are able to confirm the dates early for fans for 2014 and I look forward to another superb festival of Rugby League at the Etihad next May.”Councillor Rosa Battle, Manchester City Council executive member for culture and leisure, said: “The 2013 Magic Weekend proved to be a real treat for Rugby League fans and brought the country’s most talented players to Manchester. 2014 will see the Magic Weekend return to our city and will once again demonstrate that Manchester is a world class sporting destination with state of the art facilities to match.”Manchester City Operations Director Steve Sayer added: “Now in its second consecutive year at the Etihad Stadium, It was fantastic to once again welcome back legions of Super League fans to East Manchester.“The festival atmosphere in and around the stadium not only demonstrates the passion of the fans, but also why the Magic Weekend continues to grow in popularity. It’s a privilege to host such a great event and we can’t wait to do it again in May 2014 when the Magic Weekend returns for another action packed weekend of Rugby League.”last_img read more

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Its the most eagerly anticipated clash of the sea

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first_imgIt’s the most eagerly anticipated clash of the season so far with the League’s two top sides going head to head.“We’re looking forward to playing in front of a full house,” Justin said. “It wouldn’t matter where the teams are sitting in the League, the derby game is the one everyone talks about and gets up for.“The fact we both sit at the top and both are playing really well just adds to the excitement. All neutral fans of the game should be really excited by it.“It’s great we’re at home and it’s awesome to have sold out. For the players and coaches you can’t ask for much more. It is shaping up for a great game.”Saints will be without Adam Swift for the match after the winger damaged his shoulder in the win at Hull KR on Friday.However, the good news is he doesn’t need surgery and, providing his rehab goes well, should return in a few weeks.“We’ve not decided who will slot into that spot yet,” Holbrook added. “Tommy Makinson is likely to go on the wing and Ryan Morgan is fit to play too. We have options though – Ryan can return or we can leave Jonny Lomax in the centres.“It’s a decision we need to get right.“Our focus is only on this week’s game and I’m sure that is the same for every team. We will try and do everything we can to win and then assess for Monday. It is tough on the players and not ideal but at least they don’t have to train too much and they get to roll into the next game. They like that.“It’s good for our game to have more games and more televised ones too. It is good to grow the sport.”last_img read more

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Whilst we dont want to tempt fate 2018 Members c

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first_imgWhilst we don’t want to tempt fate, 2018 Members can now pre-book their Grand Final tickets through our exclusive ‘What If’ form.You can now exercise your exclusive opportunity period to pre-book tickets until Tuesday October 2 (5pm), before they go on General Sale, should Saints qualify.This is a fantastic and exclusive opportunity for 2018 Members to take up their big game priority benefit – and save the hassle of queuing for tickets if we get through.Members can also book their coach travel in advance along with their tickets, with return travel priced at just £10 per person.On qualification for the final your tickets will be automatically processed with no need for you contact the Club or queue for tickets.Members have until Tuesday October 2 (5pm) to pre-book their tickets.By completing and returning the form, you are agreeing to purchase the tickets indicated in the event of Saints’ qualification.Members can pre-purchase up to FOUR tickets each and they will be the best available, allocated at the time of processing on a first-come, first-served basis, in your chosen price category.Please see the map below to find out more.All you have to do is completed the form and return it to the Club ticket office in person or via post:St.Helens R.F.C. Ticket Office, Totally Wicked Stadium, McManus Drive, St Helens, Merseyside, WA9 3ALAlternatively, you can also email it to: [email protected] applications can be accepted but they must be signed.Disabled tickets can be ordered via the ‘What If form’ but we advise that you contact the Ticket Office on 01744 455 052 to ensure you book them in the right spot at Old Trafford.The Small PrintIn the event of a victory in the semi-final you will not need to contact us or queue to purchase tickets. We will process your application based on your form, debit the relevant amount from your card and post the ticket(s) to you if you have selected that option.In the event of Saints failing to qualify, then we will destroy the application form and no money will be debited from your card.Please fill in you full contact information correctly so that in the event of an issue you can be promptly contacted.For hospitality pre-booking enquiries please contact the Club directly on 01744 455053.Forms:What If Form Grand Final 2018The form is also available in the Ticket Office and Superstore at the Totally Wicked Stadium.last_img read more

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Sludge being put back into Carolina Beach Lake

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Marina Grill opens in downtown Wilmington

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Brunswick County begins collecting abandoned boats

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Police Carolina Beach man arrested found with MDMA pills weed

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Man dies from infected cut he got while clearing Florence debris

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Leland man charged after teen dies from alcohol poisoning

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