Amateur Rugby League

Some articles on rugby, amateur rugby league, amateur rugby, rugby league:

Leicesterians - Sport
... Professional semi professional sports teams include Leicester Tigers (rugby union), Leicester City (football), Leicester Lions (speedway), and the Leicestershire County ... of success for the football, cricket and rugby teams around the turn of the millennium, Leicester was for some time dubbed (by the local press and local ... Leicester Tigers on Welford Road are one of the most successful rugby union teams in Europe, having won the European cup twice, the first tier of English rugby eight times, and the Anglo-Wels ...
Cumbria County Cup
... The Cumbria County Cup is an amateur rugby league knock-out competition for clubs in the county of Cumbria ... The cup is administered by the Cumberland Amateur Rugby League Association, a branch of the British Amateur Rugby League Association, and has been played for since 1982 ...
Clayton RLFC - History - 1947 To December 1950
... In 1947 the Bradford Amateur Rugby League placed an advert in the Telegraph and Argus announcing a meeting to be held in the evening at the Central Hall ... Both were withdrawn when Mr Seed learned the club was going to be called “The Clayton Amateur Rugby League Club” ... Having been an amateur rugby player himself, he said he a could not be associated with the professional code ...
Rugby, Warwickshire - Twin Towns
... Rugby is twinned with Évreux, France ... Rüsselsheim, Germany ...
David Watkins (rugby)
... David Watkins MBE (born 5 March 1942 in Blaina, Wales) is a Welsh former dual-code rugby international, having played both rugby union and rugby league ... He is the only player to have captained both the British and Irish Lions rugby union side and the Great Britain rugby league teams ...

Famous quotes containing the words league and/or amateur:

    Half a league, half a league,
    Half a league onward,
    All in the valley of Death
    Rode the six hundred.
    “Forward the Light Brigade!
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    The true gardener then brushes over the ground with slow and gentle hand, to liberate a space for breath round some favourite; but he is not thinking about destruction except incidentally. It is only the amateur like myself who becomes obsessed and rejoices with a sadistic pleasure in weeds that are big and bad enough to pull, and at last, almost forgetting the flowers altogether, turns into a Reformer.
    Freya Stark (1893–1993)