Whitehaven

  • Whitehaven and Gailer Part Company

    Whitehaven have parted company with head coach Don Gailer with immediate effect. It is believed that the contract offered to Gailer by the Co-operative Championship 1 side in mid-August has been withdrawn. Gailer was originally appointed as head coach at the end of the 2011 season from the North Devils in Australia and saw the side achieve promotion this season, finishing fourth in the table. The club were promoted alongside Barrow Raiders, Workington Town and Doncaster RLFC....

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  • Whitehaven Unable to Host World Cup Match

    Rugby League World Cup 2013 have announced today that the Scotland v Tonga and Scotland v Italy matches will no longer take place in Whitehaven. Copeland Borough Council are no longer able to guarantee the building of Pow Beck Stadium, within the timeframe required by the tournament. Sally Bolton RLWC2013 general manager said “When selecting Copeland as a host RLWC2013’s selection committee were very supportive of the idea of building a new stadium in Whitehaven as a way of growing the game...

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  • RFL To Launch Review Of Rugby League In West Cumbria

    The future of rugby league in West Cumbria is to be the subject of a major review involving a detailed study spearheaded jointly by the RFL, Whitehaven and Workington Town. The review follows on from the success of Rugby League World Cup 2013, during which more than 14,000 people attended matches at Workington’s Derwent Park stadium, and will focus on the sustainability of professional Rugby League in West Cumbria, as well as looking at the player pathway and development opportunities from wit...

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  • Mounsey To Chair Workington Town

    Former Workington and Whitehaven hooker Garry Mounsey has been elected chairman of recently relegated Workington Town by his fellow directors. Mounsey, the former Glasson Rangers amateur player and coach, has been on the board for three years. “I’m delighted to have been elected Chairman, ” said Mounsey. “The club is busy regrouping for the new season in League 1 and with our very experienced vice chair Mark Fryer and a larger board, we are working hard to position the club to challenge...

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  • Current Super League System 'un-British"

    ... dampening affect on the whole place'.  Burnham is calling for the return of promotion and relegation to the top flight game as he believes Super League is currently a 'closed shop' which has a negative effect on rugby league towns such as Halifax and Whitehaven. Burnham has drafted an 'open letter' which he intends to invite supporters to sign and then he will present this to the new chairman of the Rugby Football League when he/she is appointed.   "I've felt this way for a while but what re...

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  • Bulls In Trouble, Green Rejects Talk Of Administration

    ... to meet with the players and full-time staff to assure them of his continued commitment. Bradford have experienced a dramatic decline since they were last crowned Super League champions in 2005 and will start their Championship Shield campaign against Whitehaven on Sunday.  ...

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  • Koukash Declares Interest In Cumbria

    ... Salford Red Devils chairman, Dr Marwan Koukash is looking into the idea of a new rugby league team in Cumbria according to many reports. Cumbria has three existing professional or semi-professional teams - Barrow in the Championship and Workington Town and Whitehaven in League One. "It's a region with more fans of rugby league than football,” Koukash said to BBC Radio Manchester this week. "About three weeks ago I was in West Cumbria and it was amazing the number of kids walking around wearin...

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  • 2013 World Cup to be Played in Four Countries

    ... teams in what I am confident will be a World Cup that enhances the UK’s golden decade of sport. “We are excited that the tournament will visit established world class Rugby League venues, but will also visit some new locations, including Bristol and Whitehaven, where we see unique opportunities to grow the game and for the 2013 tournament to deliver a lasting legacy for our sport. “We believe the inclusion of Limerick, Avignon and Perpignan will continue the international development of t...

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  • `Fax` on Message For 2013 World Cup

    ... executive who is also the 2013 RLWC tournament director, has admitted that the procedure was “hugely competitive, fantastic and inspiring” and that the organisers had to make “tough decisions”. Against that backdrop, to see the likes of Halifax and Whitehaven on the list alongside the usual suspects such as Leeds, Hull and Wigan comes as a pleasant surprise. The inclusion of Bristol, Neath, Cardiff, Wrexham, Limerick, Avignon and Perpignan is clearly part of a strategy to further the re...

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  • Relegated Keighley Seek Legal Advice

    Kingstone Press Championship side Keighley Cougars will seek legal advice following their relegation from the division after a 26-24 loss to Featherstone Rovers last weekend. The Cougars finished just a point behind both Batley and Whitehaven and became the fifth club to make the drop into Championship One thanks to their last-gasp defeat. However, the club is unhappy with the Rugby Football League's (RFL) decision to restore the three points that they had originally docked Batley for fielding a...

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