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No one laments the passing of programmes more than me. As chairman and programme editor for Leigh Centurions Iíve tried to force back the tide. To no avail. In Super Lge we sold over a thousand programmes per issue. Last season we were selling just over 200. With minimum print runs etc we were losing several hundred pounds per issue. We now do a 56pp programme digitally. I write it so the costs are nil apart from the designer whose costs are covered by the programme sponsor. We asked fans who were interested in a subscription to email in so I could get some printed. We have had 12 responses so far. I am trying to maintain standards and a historical record. The programme takes me 25hrs minimum. Iím grateful for Onion Bagís simply fantastic photos which really enhance it. For the Toulouse game we had 1,200 downloads so at least itís getting a wider audience and our sponsors are getting wider recognition. We will have a free download each issue this season. Thatís how it is. If anyone has any suggestions Iíd be grateful to receive them. Nothingíd please me more than having the programme printed again.

I can confirm that the programme GrundyHiller produces for Leigh is fantastic & i am yet to find better (football included). The features that are included in the publication are varied and interesting. The history section is fantasitic and beautifully written.
I find it a shame that the work & time commitment GH puts into producing his high quality programme that it is not more widely recognised and applauded.Because that is the least it deserves. Download it for yourself and you will understand what i mean.

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Swinton's 2019 match programme - still in print - is a 36-pager (19 of them ads, mind) for £3.


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Update after the latest round of matches (weekend of Feb 23-24)

Still in print (programme for individual matches):
Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (price/pp nk, 2019 'matchday magazine' advertised on club website), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (price/pp n/k), Warrington (£3), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (price/pp nk), Workington (price/pp n/k), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, price n/k)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (local newspaper insert): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download), West Wales (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued
what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans, Keighley, Leeds
(Rhinos claim to sell 3,500 'physical' programmes every home game therefore I cannot see why they won't continue 'in print'), Rochdale, Toronto


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Keighley have confirmed they will be issuing a physical 'printed' programme throughout the 2019 season.


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West Wales are only on-line but you can wait a week or two for them to appear.

Ian Golden (not sure what comms position he holds these days) has confirmed West Wales will be issuing paper programmes this season.


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Another update (not far off getting the full picture now)...

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (price/pp nk), London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (price/pp nk, 2019 'matchday magazine' advertised on club website), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (price/pp n/k), Warrington (£3), West Wales (price/pp nk), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (price/pp nk), Workington (price/pp n/k), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, price n/k)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (local newspaper insert): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued
what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans, Leeds
(Rhinos claim to sell 3,500 'physical' programmes every home game therefore I cannot see why they won't continue 'in print'), Rochdale, Toronto



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As expected, Leeds are continuing with a 'physical' (printed) programme (£3, pp nk) throughout 2019. Rhinos have tweeted about this season's "new look" first issue of Blue & Amber, available at this evening's game against Wakefield. Leeds say: Issue 1 includes an exclusive chat with Trent Merrin, Brett Ferres and Ben Jones-Bishop plus the return of the centre spread poster featuring Adam Cuthbertson.


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Rochdale have confirmed they won't this season be producing any printed programmes/magazines (or, it seems, any digital replacement material). Hornets blame "publishing costs".


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Nearly there...

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (price/pp nk), Leeds (£3, pp nk), London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (price/pp nk, 2019 'matchday magazine' advertised on club website), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (price/pp nk), Warrington (£3), West Wales (price/pp nk), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (price/pp nk), Workington (price/pp nk), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, price nk)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (local newspaper insert): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued
what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Rochdale, Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans
, Toronto



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Keighley issued an excellent printed 56-pager (£3) for this afternoon's (3/3) League One clash with Coventry. Plenty of reading and good photography. Best 'proper' programme I've seen so far this season. Sold from the club shop (at the Royd Ings Avenue end of Cougar Park's main stand), where free teamsheets are also available.

North Wales tweeted the cover of their printed programme for today's game with Oldham. Cover price is £2 (pagination not known).


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Another update...

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches):
Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (£3, 56pp), Leeds (£3, pp nk), London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (£2, pp nk), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (8pp, price nk), Warrington (£3), West Wales (price/pp nk), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (price/pp nk), Workington (price/pp nk), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, £3)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (local newspaper insert): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued
what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Rochdale, Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans
, Toronto

National Conference League

Still in print (programme for individual matches):
Eastmoor (price/pp nk), Hensingham (£3, w/a, 8pp), Heworth (£1),
Leigh East (price/pp nk), Woolston Rovers (£1)

To be confirmed: 45 others!





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I suspect it will be yes for all or all but one but certainly one at East Leeds when I attended this season


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West Wales have not produced a printed programme for years. It's only digital.


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There was no programme at Underbank Rangers last week - 2/3.



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Bramley in the Yorkshire League confirm there is a programme next Saturday v Wibsey
Venue Bramley Phoenix RU so new venue for me, although they were there last year and briefly some years ago
I am told Nottingham printed on Saturday


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West Wales have not produced a printed programme for years. It's only digital.

Ian Golden says West Wales are issuing a printed programme. Check the club's Twitter feed, and you'll see they did so for the recent (23/2) London Skolars game. Issue two, price £2.


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We didn't issue on Saturday. Will be doing so for the Yorkshire league matches though.


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Thatto Heath Crusaders (NCL Premier Division) are doing a printed 28-pager for two quid (more than likely included with admission).


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Latest:

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (£3, 56pp), Leeds (£3) London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (£2), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (8pp, price nk), Warrington (£3), West Wales (£2), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (£3), Workington (price/pp nk), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, £3)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (newspaper style, done by the local newspaper): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Rochdale, Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans, Toronto

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: East Leeds (£3, w/a), Eastmoor, Leigh East, Lock Lane (£2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Thatto Heath (£2, 28pp), Hensingham (£3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (£1), Hunslet Club Parkside (£1), Woolston Rovers (£1), Wigan St Patricks (£2.50, w/a)

Underbank Rangers did not issue a programme for their 2/3 home game. Others to be confirmed

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley, Nottingham (league games only)



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Latest:

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (£3, 56pp), Leeds (£3) London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (£2), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (8pp, price nk), Warrington (£3), West Wales (£2), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (£3), Workington (price/pp nk), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, £3)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (newspaper style, done by the local newspaper): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Rochdale, Widnes

To be confirmed: Catalans, Toronto

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: East Leeds (£3, w/a), Eastmoor,
Hensingham (£3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (£1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (£1), Leigh East, Lock Lane (£2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Salford City Roosters (£2, w/a), Thatto Heath (£2, 28pp), Wigan St Patricks (£2.50, w/a), Woolston Rovers (£1)

Underbank Rangers did not issue a programme for their 2/3 home game

Other clubs to be confirmed


Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley, Nottingham (league games only)



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I was at last nights Catalans v Salford game and it appears that they are not issuing this season. I did look everywhere and didn't see anything. There may be some kind of supplement in a local paper as some (papers) where available at the entrance to one of the corporate suites but that is just a guess.


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Thatto Heath Crusaders (NCL Premier Division) are doing a printed 28-pager for two quid (more than likely included with admission). Not quite .........
Thatto produced what apparently was their first Online Digital programme on Sat 9th March for the Coral RL Challenge Cup 3rd Round game v Rochdale Mayfield . The big difference however is that the club are also doing a limited run ( 20 copies per game I was told ) of "real" physical paper programmes for those early enough to get one. Price is £2 and I was told that this format was set for the 2019 season from now on . Admission remains at £2.50 / £1.50 Concessions and free team sheets were available pre match from upstairs in the club house bar area.



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In similar vein, Hunslet Warriors tweeted a link to a 30-page digital programme produced for their 23/2 fixture with NCL Division Three rivals Batley Boys. No indication whether a print version is available. Given the standard size at this length is either 28 or 32 pages, I suspect not.

https://www.flipsnack.com/...-warriors-arlfc.html


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Looks as though Latchford Albion are issuing a printed programme for the 2019 North West League season. They tweeted the cover of the issue for yesterday's (9/3) opener against First Division rivals Ulverston. Must get over there this season!


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Latest:

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (£2.50), Coventry (£2), Dewsbury (£2.50, 24pp), Huddersfield (£3), Keighley (£3, 56pp), Leeds (£3), London Broncos (£3, 40pp), London Skolars (£2.50), North Wales (£2), Oldham (£3, 24pp), St Helens (£3), Salford (£3), Sheffield (£3, 40pp), Swinton (£3, 36pp), Toulouse (8pp, price nk), Warrington (£3), West Wales (£2), Whitehaven (£2.50), Wigan (£3), Workington (price/pp nk), York (£3, 26pp)

Still in print (monthly magazine): Castleford (Roar, £1), Hull (The 18th Man, £1), Hunslet (South of the River, £3)

Still in print (matchday information sheet): Doncaster (two sides of A4, 50p)

Still in print (newspaper style, done by the local newspaper): Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield

Digital only: Batley (free to download), Hull KR (register for free download), Leigh (free to download)

No programme of any description: Catalans, Featherstone, Newcastle (though Thunder issued what appears to be a one-off 'physical' programme for the 25/3 Toronto double-header), Rochdale, Widnes

To be confirmed: Toronto

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: East Leeds (£3, w/a), Eastmoor,
Hensingham (£3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (£1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (£1), Leigh East, Lock Lane (£2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Salford City Roosters (£2, w/a), Thatto Heath (£2, 28pp, print run just 20), Wigan St Patricks (£2.50, w/a), Woolston Rovers (£1)

Hunslet Warriors tweeted a link to a free, digital programme for their 23/2 home game with Batley Boys. No indication of a print version

Underbank Rangers did not issue a programme of any description for their 2/3 home game (versus Rochdale Mayfield)

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

North West League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Latchford Albion

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (£1.50), Goole Vikings (£2, A4, 16pp, for opening game versus Dewsbury Moor 'A', could be a one-off), Nottingham (league games only)




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