Daily Archives: May 10, 2016

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Castleford ready for Rhinos challenge

  By Seb Sternik Leeds Rhinos will host their local rivals Castleford Tigers in a highly anticipated derby this Thursday night. Tiger’s coach, Daryl Powell urged the team to perform and take it “one game at a time” as his side stride towards the Super 8’s. Powell talked about the upcoming derby and said: “It’s…

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Moor blaze seen across Ilkley

by Oli Seddon A blaze has torn through Ilkley Moor,on the hottest day of the year. The 20 or so firefighters who arrived at White Wells on Sunday night took six hours to get the fire under control. Chris Hannah, from the fire service, said “It was a difficult fire to fight because it was on a steep banking….

Shane Green flutters his arty skills around Roundhay

Local Leeds artist and teacher, Shane Green shows off his creativity around Roundhay Park with his after school project of a sculpture in a tree. Shane has taken inspiration from the nearby attraction Tropical World incorporating spiders, bugs and butterflies into the wooden master piece. The artist is set to finish his project quite soon…

Play offs preview: Derby County vs Hull City

By William Wells Rewind a month, and 10-man Hull were thrashed 4-0 by Derby, and Derby fans will be hoping for an equally impressive performance this Saturday. However, Derby will be missing central midfielder George Thorne through injury as the Englishman suffered a double leg-break. Thorne, 23 was injured in County’s last game, a 1-0…

Play off review: Bradford vs Millwall

By Mark Smith On Sunday, Bradford start their bid for promotion through the dreaded play-offs. The Bantams are no strangers to this method as they were promoted to League One through the play offs beating Northampton 3-0 in 2013. Between them and a day out at Wembley with promotion at stake is Millwall. The first…

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Barnsley spoil the party at Wigan

By Richard Wright Barnsley came from behind at Wigan Athletic to seal the last League One playoff spot in style. The Reds conceded early to the newly crowed champions but brought the game back in their favour after winning a penalty to give the 4,770 travelling fans a match to remember. Barnsley then spoiled the party for…

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Leeds director Ercole Cellino resigns

 By Jack Simpson Leeds director Ercole Cellino has resigned from the club’s board. According to Companies House, he left the board at the End of March. Leeds United, today put out on their official Twitter account a link to an updated list of club directors, on which Ercole Cellino was not named. Ercole Cellino had been on…

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Cinematic pioneer to visit Yorkshire

By John Brownbridge and Billy Curtis A filmmaker who has worked with the likes of John F. Kennedy, David Bowie and Bob Dylan is to visit Yorkshire next month for the Sheffield Influential documentary festival. Donn Alan Pennebaker is considered by many of his peers as an innovator of direct cinema, all starting with his…

Lloyd makes his return to BTCC

By Calum Rainey. Daniel Lloyd has secured his return to the British Touring Car Championship after agreeing terms with the Honda Eurotech Racing team. The 24 year-old from Huddersfield tested with Eurotech in pre-season but was unable to gain a Touring Car licence. However,  he has been merited for recent good form by being given the…

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