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Issue 460 (Aug ’19) PICTURED – on sale Fri 26th July

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Issue 460 (Aug ’19) PICTURED – on sale Fri 26th July

Two big names on the cover this month, St Helens’ Welsh wing sensation Regan Grace, who talks to us about his career to date and his future ambitions in the game, plus departing Saints legend Sean Long who reflects on his life in Rugby League and explains his decision to switch codes.
Also inside, we talk to Ged Stokes, whose decision to come to England from New Zealand to coach Workington Town changed the life of his son Ben, who is now enjoying Cricket World Cup glory as a result.
London Broncos head coach Danny Ward answers your questions in our latest Quickfire Q & A and we hand out a few mid-season awards to the players and coaches who have caught our eye so far in 2019.
In the Championship, we take a look at the rise in quality and profile of the competition over the past few years and discover how and why it has taken place and what’s next for Rugby League’s second tier. Plus, we have an exclusive report on the Toronto Wolfpack experience as our editor Matthew Shaw takes a trip across the Atlantic to Canada.
Former England league and union coach Phil Larder talks to us about his on/off return to Keighley Cougars and we look at the Rugby League talent being produced in Rochdale in our Combined XIII.
Warrington Wolves women’s star Dani Bound reveals the dedication which sees her make regular 500 mile round trips from her home in Portsmouth to play the game, and we talk to French trailblazer Audrey Zitter.
Our international coverage focuses on Africa, with reports from Cameroon, Ghana and Morocco plus the story of a Sudanese refugee who made it big down under.
We also have a report on the new Montpellier Sharks club in France and we pay tribute to the passing of Treiziste legend Elie Brousse.
All this and loads more in another packed issue, order your copy now!