Rugby League: Fearsome Fev for Ford fiesta.
FOCUS on Featherstone in the Northern Ford Premiership, which starts tomorrow.
Last season's beaten Grand Finalists finished the 1998 programme like a train and have added former Super League stars Brendon Tuuta (from Warrington and back at Rovers at casual marks; hence, at random; as, shooting at rovers s>. See def. 5
See also: Rover for a second spell) and Hitro Okesene Hitro Okesene was a New Zealand rugby league player.
He played at either Prop or Hooker and represented the New Zealand Kiwis on five occasions both on the 1994 tour of Australia and Paupa New Guinea and at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup. (from Hull) to their squad which qualified for the fourth round of the Silk Cut Silk Cut is brand of low tar cigarette produced by the Gallaher Group. The packaging is characterised by a distinctive stark white packet with the brand name in a purple square.
Tobacco only makes up 75% of the filling; the rest is Cytrel. Challenge Cup by thrashing Bradford amateurs Thornhill 70-6 at the Lionheart Lionheart can refer to:
Steve Sims, the madcap Australian coach who has regularly sat alongside BBC BBC
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That is a shame because Sims, successful at Halifax before moving east across the West Yorkshire West Yorkshire, former metropolitan county, N central England. Created in the 1974 local government reorganization, the county largely embraced the Leeds conurbation and comprised five metropolitan districts: Calderdale, Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield, and Kirklees. county, did a grand job in the second half of last season for Rovers.
Featherstone won six games on the trot towards the end of last term, including a 54-6 demolition of Hull KR at New Craven Park There are two rugby league grounds in Britain and an area of London called Craven Park:
Rovers were unlucky to lose 24-22 to Wakefield, who have since exercised their legal right to play in this season's Super League IV competition.
With place-kicking hooker Richard Chapman a worthy recipient of the Tom Bergin Trophy for the Grand Final's man of the match, Featherstone led 22-18 late on.
The turning point came seven minutes from time when Rovers wing Karl Pratt had a try disallowed. Trinity, winner of the regular-season tournament, then scored and converted a try to win.
New Featherstone coach Kevin Hobbs has lost Pratt (to Leeds), Ty Fallins and Danny Baker (both back in Australia), Shaun Irwin (Hunslet), Steve Collins (Gateshead), Gary Price (Wakefield) and Lee Childs (Batley).
Meanwhile, Matt Bramald (from Dewsbury), Martin Law and Ryan Horsley (from Wakefield), Tuuta and Okesene have settled in at Post Office Road, formerly home to St Helens centre Paul Newlove, but whose younger brother Richard is still on the staff.