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Issue 459 (July ’19) PICTURED – on sale Fri 28th June

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Issue 459 (July ’19) PICTURED – on sale Fri 28th June

In this month’s Rugby League World, we look at the recruitment going on in Super League and the Championship as clubs vie for the best players to strengthen their squads whilst also keeping a close eye on their salary caps. Our mole has the lowdown on the biggest deals due to be sealed by all 12 Super League and all 14 Championship clubs. Grab your copy this Friday to see who’s coming and going.

Also inside, Leeds Rhinos hooker Brad Dwyer answers your questions in our latest Q & A and puts to bed those persistent rumours about his parentage!

Former Wakefield, Wigan, Bradford and Harlequins legend Henry Paul looks back on his Rugby League career and tells us he’d be keen to return in a coaching capacity if the right offer came up.

Luke Gale defends Wayne Bennett’s international selection policy and is looking to get back on the field himself before the end of the season.

We put together our latest Combined XIII which this month covers the mighty Merseyside area that fuels St Helens’ success.

Former Saints hero Jon Wilkin chalks up 500 games and tells us about the different challenges of playing in the Championship with promotion favourites Toronto Wolfpack.

Dane Chisholm lifts the lid on his sudden switch from Bradford Bulls to Featherstone Rovers and in League 1, we chat to London Skolars coach Jermaine Coleman about the club’s rise up the league ladder this season and look back at the first 20 years of Coventry Bears.

As always, we have a packed international section with stories from Norway, Scotland, France, Australia and Wales, plus our unrivalled focus on the women’s game with an in-depth chat to Featherstone’s Andrea Dobson about her decision to call time on her England career.

All this and loads more in the July issue, on sale Friday 28th June.