You’ve got the holiday tickets booked and your body and mind are all but ready for 2 weeks of relaxation on the beach – you’ve earned it! I say all but ready because you might be getting a little bit stressed about your ‘beach body’.
Salford welcomed a strong Hull KR team to the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday night 10th May for a fixture neither side could afford to lose. The Red Devils had dropped to 12th in the table prior to kick-off as a result of Wakefield Trinity’s victory over Widnes on Friday night. With the heavens opening it wasn’t a surprise to see a lower than expected crowd (just under 4,000) coming out to see if Salford could deliver the goods.
Saturday 17th May 2014 will be the 45th Anniversary of Salford Rugby League Club's last trip to Wembley, the day when Legendary chairman Brian Snape led his ‘Quality Street Gang’ out in front of 97,939 spectators onto the famous turf as they battled Castleford for the glorious Challenge Cup.
Salford began the match as underdogs after the Black and Whites dished out a 30–8 beating at the same venue only 6 days earlier, but shocked the crowd as they beat Hull FC to enter the next round of The Challenge Cup.
Salford 12–28 Warrington
Salford: Johnson, Manfredi (2),
Warrington: Higham, Monaghan, Asotasi, Bridge, Ormsby,
Goals: Ratchford (4),
Super League 14th Mar 2014, KO 8pm, The AJ Bell Stadium
Salford welcome Warrington Wolves to The AJ Bell Stadium this Friday and it's going to be another tough test for a Salford side that has been decimated by injuries. Junior S'au once more had to leave the field with a shoulder injury sustained during Salford's defeat at The Halton Stadium as the Red Devils were handed their second consecutive defeat at Widnes last Thursday.
Golf. It is the precision sport utilizing balls, clubs and the increasingly frustrated strokes of the player. Despite popular concept, this isn’t a sport just for old men and is an extremely accessible and rewarding hobby that takes you into the great outdoors.