After the New Zealand Warriors shoved the Eels’ pack off the ball this weekend, should we see a return to contested srummaging in rugby league?
Tony Hannan and Phil Caplan of Forty-20 magazine debate the curent situation surrounding video referees.
Help is at hand is a resource foe people bereaved by suicide and other sudden, traumatic death
Former Warrington and Australia centre Matt King will retire from the sport at the end of the season.
State of Mind will be presenting at a Suicide Prevention Conference in Preston this afternoon.
Rugby League’s ground breaking State of Mind campaign is back for the 2013 season and is stronger than ever! To kick off our 2013 campaign, we’re delighted to launch our new film, The State of Mind Family, and you can watch it here…
Despite the success of both the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012 the London Marathon has denied Matt King OBE, a fomer London Broncos academy player, the chance to enter the race in 2013
Channel 4 news website carried a story about State of Mind yesterday and includes quotes from Paul Sculthorpe, Jimmy Gittins and Phil Cooper all now State of Mind trainers to the amateur rugby league clubs in the North West
A nurse-led campaign to tackle mental health problems affecting rugby league players has received NHS funding. Nurse consultant Philip Cooper and nurse practitioner Carol Ede devised and now run a mental health education programme for rugby league players and officials.