News - July 2011
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BARLA aid Forget Me Not Trust
Charity triple header at Haworth Park Hull ....
FORMER AMATUER WHO BECAME GREAT BRITAIN'S FIRST BLACK PLAYER PASSES AWAY
Cec Thompson, who died at his home in Chesterfield on July 19 aged 85, was one of the great characters of Rugby League, rising from a
BARLA GREAT BRITAIN OVER 35'S VICTORS OVER THE ARMY
The BARLA Great Britain Over 35's defeated the Army 56-4 after leading 18-0 at the break in a curtain raiser
Two from Two as BARLA Great Britain u17ís are too strong for Dutch
The BARLA u17ís Great Britain tourists halt a determined Dutch effort with a show of skill, passion, strength and class with a 2nd test match win 0 - 62.
GB 17s too classy for Dutch.
Barla Great Britain u17s opened their 2 test series with an emphatic win over their hosts Nederland Tasman with a 4-94 score line.
Martin Brough honoured
Hornets stalwart recognised for committments ....
Hornets have grounds for celebration
Ground development opened ....
Political Animals v British Asian Rugby Association
The Animals and BARA come together in aid of flood relief ....
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