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Rec Plans Get Green Light

11 February 2016 by Tim Groves

The Recreation Ground is set for a facelift and an increased capacity after Bath received planning permission for a new temporary stand and four-year planning consent was also given for the existing s...

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Wildcats Consider Making Offer As Belle Vue Goes Up For Sale

10 February 2016 by Editor

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman Michael Carter says the club is considering buying Belle Vue after the current stadium owners put the ground up for sale. The Bank of Ireland owns Belle Vue after ...

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New Headingley Plans Unveiled

4 February 2016 by Editor

Leeds Rhinos have released a video to walk fans through the new plans for the redevelopment of Headingley Carnegie Stadium, with the North and South Stands both being replaced to provide enhanced faci...

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Flooding Set To Cost Rhinos £1 million

28 January 2016 by Tim Groves

Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington has revealed that the damage caused by the floods during the festive period are going to cost the club as much as £1 million. The Rhinos are currently t...

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RWC Stadium Doubts In Tokyo & Belfast

20 January 2016 by Editor

In another twist to the stadium saga, the insidethegames website has reported that Tokyo 2020's new Olympic Stadium could still be used at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, according to the project's...

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Storm Frank Causes Havoc

7 January 2016 by Tim Groves

The gales and the rain of the recent Storm Frank have caused damage for several rugby clubs, with Barrow Raiders’ Craven Park ground particularly affected. Thousands of pounds worth of damage was ca...

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