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Sunday, 24 May 2015

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BARROW RL GREATS: Paddy McAteer picks his best local 17

A0539498.jpg PADDY McAteer has been supporting Barrow RL at Craven Park for more than 50 years. Over the next three weeks he will be picking his favourite post-1950s Barrow squads from his time on the terraces. One of these will consist of West Cumbrian-born players and one of players from Lancashire. The series starts with a squad made up entirely of locally-born players (9 comments)

BARROW RL GREATS: Paddy McAteer picks his best West Cumbrian 17

S59236BB PADDY McATEER has been supporting Barrow RL at Craven Park for more than 50 years. He is picking his favourite post-1950s Barrow squads from his time on the terraces. Last week he concentrated on locally-born players, this time its those who hailed from West Cumbria (1 comment)

RAIDERS REVIEW: Tony Colyer's views on events at Craven Park

RAIDERS REVIEW: We need to bring in a few quality players

TONY COLYER: RFL ignoring game in its heartlands A TRAGIC time for Danny Jones’ friends and family this week. The Keighley Cougars half-back suffered a suspected cardiac arrest on Sunday, May 3, when after only four minutes of play against London Skolars in the capital, he collapsed and was taken to hospital where he sadly died.

Tributes paid to Barrow RL duo

Colin Poole & Tommy Thompson FRIENDS remember former Barrow RL players Colin Poole and Tommy Thompson. (5 comments)

Barrow RL Wembley prop Ray Hopwood dies

Ray Hopwood RAY Hopwood, who played for Barrow in the 1967 Challenge Cup final, has died.

Barrow RL Challenge Cup winner Reg Parker dies

Reg Parker BARROW RL pack star of the 1950s Reg Parker has died. (2 comments)

RL pays tribute to Barrow great Reg Parker

A0256430.jpg A GIANT on the field and a giant off it, one of rugby league’s most respected figures over half a century, Reg Parker passed away at the Cartmel and Grange Nursing Home at the age of 87 last week. (1 comment)

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