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Martyn Sadler
editor of the weekly newspaper Rugby League Express
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The decision to move next year's to Anfield and abandon Newcastle has received mixed reviews so far. I hope that Super League has a deal that requires to help promote the event among its supporters.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 12
Went to my local newsagent in North Yorkshire today to find a fanatical New Zealander and Kiwi supporter serving behind the counter. I love being able to discuss Rugby League unexpectedly, but this was a tough one. Well done and have a safe journey home.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Would you like to read before you hit the sack tonight? Now's your chance. You can download the digital version to your tablet or other device from here: Have a great night!
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
I'm a little late tonight giving you all what you have been waiting for - a chance to see the front page of the new edition of . But better late than never, here it is at last. Enjoy the read, despite England's defeat.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
That would be an amazing piece of skill and it would be incredible to watch. Even better if he could burrow a tunnel underneath the defence or grow wings and fly over the top of them.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Who doesn't like being challenged? I asked you to explain your viewpoint and you did. I can point to several examples where a rule modification would have had a positive impact on the spectacle of particular matches.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Great news for , who have qualified for the with a 40-8 victory over . Congratulations to Wales and read the match report in tomorrow or digitally tonight.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
I'm very happy if you want to do my thinking for me. Explain what the problems would be with that rule modification.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Replying to @MandyAdden
No, I said it was the right decision. But I'd like to see the knock-on rule stipulate that a ball should hit the ground if it is to be ruled as a knock-on.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
I'm sure that Phil Bentham has made the right decision, but sometimes Rugby League rules seem counter-productive and detract from great play.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Please remove obstruction from video-refereeing decisions.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Absolutely right!
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Whenever I hear 'They Shall Not Grow Old' I think of my great uncle Stan, who was called up in 1918 and died within two weeks of arriving at the front. He was 19 years old. It's a very sobering thought. Thinking of him brings tears to my eyes.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 11
Good luck to Richie Myler if he plays for today. Will Wayne Bennett pick him at halfback, or will he go for a combination of George Williams and Jake Connor, with Mark Percival coming in at centre? The latter looks unlikely, but who knows?
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
When a boxer is clearly suffering from a serious facial injury it brings the sport into disrepute to allow a fight to continue. Thank goodness the Hyde corner threw the towel in.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
RLIF agrees rolling programme of international fixtures and GB tour in 2019. Potentially a great step forward for Rugby League.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
Thanks for that. The correct link is:
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
This year was when the modification to the rule was made.
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
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Martyn Sadler Nov 10
Three of the finest community clubs in Rugby League.
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