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Matthew Shaw
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Matthew Shaw 14h
Hearing that Neil Kelly has resigned as the head coach at Dewsbury Rams. He took over last year and guided them to safety but will leave the club at the end of the season.
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Matthew Shaw 18h
Exclusive: Carl Forster will be Rochdale's head coach in 2019 after interviewing successfully for the job. More here:
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Those human cut-outs really are quite realistic out in Canada.
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FC Barcelona Sep 23
👏🔵🔴 Les , première équipe non-anglaise à remporter la Challenge Cup de rugby à XIII, ont reçu un hommage du Camp Nou en marge de !
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Congratulations to on a tremendous campaign. A club who have got things so, so right. Bright future ahead of them. Really hope other clubs can learn from their lead of the marketing front.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Replying to @Smeethsaint
That's me! Hope you're well.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Meanwhile, give the club a cheque to contribute towards the club's reserve grade. They've now raised £25,000 this season, which is just phenomenal.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
What a half for Halifax, who have been absolutely superb. Surely, surely not?
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Replying to @M_Shaw1
Perhaps more crazy is that 20 years ago on Thursday, Halifax hosted Leeds at The Shay... and Fax won 42-0! Gavin Clinch scored a hat-trick that day.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Crazy to think it's 15 years since these two sides last met. Two clubs have gone on very different paths since then to say the least.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
At The Shay to see if Super League side Leeds can cause a shock against Championship outfit Halifax.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Richard Marshall's memories of Halifax/Leeds fixtures include winning 42-0 and getting sin-binned for fighting with Terry Newton. He's hoping they can create some new memories for their supporters today.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Replying to @sportschannel02
I do mate, yes. Toronto's financial backing another factor too. People can't say it's the extra money they get though, London have a lower budget than last season yet have now won two out of four against Super League sides.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Replying to @joerawson
Sorry to hear mate. Hope you're OK.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 23
Have I missed something here?!
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Matthew Shaw Sep 22
Replying to @M_Shaw1
And to those who constantly belittle and demean the Championship, who claim it is a second-rate product, well, have that.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 22
I'm an unashamed Championship aficanado, delighted to see the clubs be so competitive but also completely unsurprised. The standard in the second-tier is tremendous, I just wish Sky acknowledge that next season.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 22
So Super League clubs, remind me again why you want to get rid of the Super 8s?
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Matthew Shaw Sep 22
A penalty that could officially confirm Widnes' relegation. 10 minutes to salvage something.
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Matthew Shaw Sep 22
C'est incroyable!
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