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The Roaring 2020s: Australian league’s dizzying heights will make its fall more painful

By STEVE MASCORD IN TIMES like these, sometimes it pays to be, well, smalltime. For instance, how has my income been hit by the Covid-19 crisis? Well,...

Discord: Danger and opportunity – who’s got what?

By STEVE MASCORD JOHN F Kennedy told people in the 1960s that the Chinese symbol for crisis was made up of one stroke which means “danger”...

Red Star Belgrade abandon 2021 League 1 bid, aim for new pan-European comp

By STEVE MASCORD RED Star Belgrade have given up on their bid to join Britain’s League 1 next season and are instead focusing on a proposed...

Archive: An airport, a hangover and Brad Fittler (2002)

By STEVE MASCORD GET on the plane NOW!" The worst nightmare of a Yorkshire schoolteacher has just occurred. Ferrying 20 children on a sporting tour of...

The Roaring 2020s: One out of three proposed NRL gimmicks for a restarted season is a good idea

By STEVE MASCORD A BEST of three grand final series. A wildcard finals play-off. The “wooden bowl”. The NRL is considering some wild and whacky proposals to...

European Federation boss quits

THE general manager of rugby league’s European Federation has stepped down, the organisation insisting his decision has nothing to do with the Covid-19 crisis. Chris Thair...

Konrad Hurrell appointed to help find new administration in Tonga

By STEVE MASCORD LEEDS star Konrad Hurrell has been appointed the players representative in a group tasked with finding new leadership for rugby league in Tonga. International...

Discord: Is Australian rugby league headed for another rebellion?

By STEVE MASCORD “I KEEP thinking this is a very interesting crescendo to your Super League War book. Because maybe we’re about to have another one…” I...

2021 World Cup can’t be moved, says CEO

By STEVE MASCORD NEXT year’s rugby league World Cup can’t be moved but also could not be run at the same level without NRL players, its...

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