League News

Carter makes quit warning

Wakefield chairman Michael Carter would consider quitting rugby league if Bradford overturn their points deduction.

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:37:00 BST

Penrith fan sorry for hitting Burgess

A fan apologises after hitting South Sydney's England forward Sam Burgess on the head with a stick at an NRL game.

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 09:44:27 GMT

Carter: Uphold Bulls penalty

Wakefield chairman Michael Carter would consider quitting rugby league if Bradford succeed in overturning their points deduction for going into administration.

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 21:10:37 GMT

Russell signs four-year Wolves deal

Warrington full-back Matty Russell has signed a new four-year deal, keeping him at the club until the end of 2017.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Knights take Saltonstall on loan

Warrington Wolves' young three-quarter James Saltonstall has joined York City Knights on a season long loan.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Grix free to play in Easter programme

Huddersfield full-back Scott Grix has avoided suspension and been handed a fine for striking during the game with Hull last week.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Fan apologises for Burgess attack

A female Penrith fan has apologised to England international Sam Burgess after an incident following South Sydney's win over the Panthers at the weekend.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Ground capacity increased at Hull KR

Hull KR have been boosted by the news that the capacity at their KC Lightstream Stadium has been increased.

Wednesday April 16, 2014

The Ostriches Home Page

In times like these, we gaze in awe at our successful neighbours. Flying high and achieving trophies we can only dream of. Just remember this. Most birds may be able to soar into the clouds, but Ostriches never get sucked into jet engines.

In spite of possessing tremendous speed the Ostrich never gets anywhere. It's tiny brain makes it run in circles. What bad season?

Dewsbury Ostriches Rugby League Club

Chairman Admits He Will Lose No Sleep Over HMRC Investigation.

The recent examination of the Ostrich Trust accounts and payments made is not causing our Chairman any head-aches. Whilst the trust was intended to support community rugby, funds have been used to give payments to players, and supposed volunteers. There was also some question of payments into the trust from Car Boot fees. The Chairman denies any knowledge of anything illegal occuring and remade his plea the the Ostrich faithful to dig deep to keep the club going.

Pos Team P W L D F A Dif Bp Pts
1
Leigh
7
7
0
0
289
118
171
0
21
2
Featherstone
7
5
2
0
220
105
115
2
17
3
Doncaster
7
5
2
0
132
132
0
1
16
4
Halifax
7
4
3
0
198
140
58
3
15
5
Sheffield
6
4
2
0
188
118
70
2
14
6
Ostriches
7
4
3
0
168
156
12
2
14
7
Batley
7
4
3
0
135
144
-9
2
14
8
Keighley
7
3
4
0
182
179
3
2
11
9
Swinton
7
2
5
0
159
189
-30
3
9
10
Workington
7
2
5
0
106
156
-50
3
9
11
Crusaders
6
2
4
0
108
149
-41
2
8
12
Whitehaven
6
2
4
0
104
172
-68
1
7
13
Rochdale
6
2
4
0
88
198
-110
1
7
14
Barrow
7
1
6
0
110
231
-121
1
4

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Tommy Flasher-Macks Says.
Thursday, 17th April 2014


Season Finished, Are the Club

The Ostriches finished the season on a high in what could be their last season. Continued financial problems have reached crisis point and HMRC are scrutinising the Trust fund for irregular payments to keep the club going. The Chairman has no desire to add any of his personal fortune to the club and his attempts to extract money from the Ostrich fans has failed miserably. Further updates as soon as available.

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