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Feversham Lens
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Mar 11, 2019, 1:46 PM

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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Latest (after the March 7-10 round of games):

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), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Hunslet Warriors tweeted a link to a 30-page digital programme for their 23/2 home game (versus Batley Boys). No indication a print version is also available

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)



(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Mar 11, 2019, 2:04 PM)


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Mar 16, 2019, 4:25 PM

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Add NCL Div 2 Warrington based CROSFIELDS to the list of Non Issuers ( Online Only ) with no Team Sheets either ( unless you are the match referee when you get a hand written one ! )


(This post was edited by peter9 on Mar 16, 2019, 4:27 PM)


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Post #53 of 65 (1887 views)
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Latest (after the March 14-17 round of games):

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), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields, Hunslet Warriors (30pp)

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)



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Mar 25, 2019, 10:08 AM

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Post #54 of 65 (1751 views)
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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Latest (after the March 21-24 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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: Barrow Island, 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), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields, Hunslet Warriors (30pp)

Normanton tweeted a link to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)


(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Mar 25, 2019, 10:09 AM)


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Mar 25, 2019, 12:11 PM

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Torfaen tigers still have vacancies for further prog sponsors, although in theory this could be on line

Info not clear as to venue but could be back to New Patel, that I missed before


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Post #56 of 65 (1522 views)
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Latest (after the March 28-31 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), 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: Barrow Island, East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields, Hunslet Warriors (30pp)

Normanton tweeted a link to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)



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Apr 4, 2019, 7:40 AM

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Post #57 of 65 (1398 views)
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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Latest (after the March 28-31 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), 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: Barrow Island, Batley Boys (3, 8pp, w/a, free digital version available post-match), East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Stanningley (2.50, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields, Hunslet Warriors (30pp)

Normanton tweeted a link to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)



(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Apr 4, 2019, 8:10 AM)


Feversham Lens
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Apr 7, 2019, 5:01 PM

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Post #58 of 65 (1203 views)
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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Latest (after the April 4-7 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), 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: Barrow Island, Batley Boys (3, 8pp, w/a, free digital version available post-match), Clock Face, Drighlington, East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Kells, Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Stanningley (2.50, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields, Hunslet Warriors (30pp)

Normanton tweeted a link to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)

Women's Super League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: York (2, 8pp)




(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Apr 7, 2019, 10:14 PM)


Loiner
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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

I saw a printed copy of Hunslet Warriors "Official Online Matchday Programme" when I called in there clubhouse last Saturday at halftime in the Football at Hunslet Club It consisted of two double sided sheets folded in the middle and stapled to make eight pages. Not sure whether it had been downloaded and printed or a small run of the prints had been made available.


Feversham Lens
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Post #60 of 65 (922 views)
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Re: [Loiner] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

Latest (after the April 11-14 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), 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

Women's Super League

Still in print (programme for individual matches): York (2, 8pp)

Wigan produced a teamsheet for their 7/4 live streamed derby with St Helens (may well be a one-off)

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Barrow Island, Batley Boys (1, 8pp, w/a, free digital version available post-match), Clock Face, Drighlington, East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Gateshead (2, w/a), Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Hunslet Warriors (8pp, free digital version available), Kells, Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Stanningley (2.50, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), West Hull (2.50, 18pp, w/a, free digital version available), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields

Normanton tweeted a link - https://www.flipsnack.com/...-programme-2019.html - to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington (issued for the Torfaen and RAF Challenge Cup ties). I hear Glasson have issued this season. Ellenborough and Seaton have been regular issuers in previous seasons

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (league games only)



(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Apr 16, 2019, 9:10 AM)


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Barrow Island issued a professionally produced, full colour glossy 16pp prog in with the 2 admission v Shaw Cross last weekend. Slightly light on content but a big step up from last season


Workington FC
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Glasson Rangers (Cumberland League) are issuing this season. Unfortunately they have been left at work by the bloke who produces them for tonight's game against Kells "A".


Feversham Lens
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Latest (after the April 25-28 round of games):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), 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

Women's Super League

Still in print (programme for individual matches): York (2, 8pp)

Wigan produced a teamsheet for their 7/4 live streamed derby with St Helens (may well be a one-off)

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Barrow Island (2, 16pp, w/a), Batley Boys (1, 8pp, free digital version available post-match), Clock Face, Drighlington, East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Gateshead (2, w/a), Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Hunslet Warriors (8pp, free digital version available), Kells, Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Stanningley (2.50, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wath Brow Hornets, West Hull (2.50, 18pp, w/a, free digital version available), Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields

Normanton tweeted a link - https://www.flipsnack.com/...-programme-2019.html - to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

Other NCL clubs to be confirmed

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington, Glasson (2, w/a)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (2, 16pp)



(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Apr 29, 2019, 10:16 PM)


Workington FC
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Re: [Feversham Lens] Demise of the printed programme (rugby league) [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately

The Workington Town programme has 20 pages. I only saw them available at the club shop and nowhere else. Sorry can't remember the price.


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Latest (May 11):

Super League, Championship and League One

Still in print (programme for individual matches): Barrow (2.50, 44pp), 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, 32pp), Wigan (3), Workington (20pp, price 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, Toronto, Widnes

Women's Super League

Still in print (programme for individual matches): York (2, 8pp)

Wigan produced a teamsheet for their 7/4 live streamed derby with St Helens (may well be a one-off)

National Conference League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Barrow Island (2, 16pp, w/a), Batley Boys (1, 8pp, free digital version available post-match), Clock Face, Drighlington, East Leeds (3, w/a), Eastmoor, Gateshead (2, w/a), Hensingham (3, 8pp, w/a), Heworth (1, 20pp), Hunslet Club Parkside (1), Hunslet Warriors (8pp, free digital version available), Kells, Leigh East, Leigh Miners (1, 36pp), Lock Lane (2.50, 16pp, w/a), Millom (50p, 32pp), Oldham St Annes (28pp), Oulton (2, w/a), Pilkington Recs (2, 20pp, free digital version available post-match), Salford City Roosters (2, w/a), Stanningley (2.50, 28pp, w/a), Thatto Heath (2, 28pp, print run limited to 20, free digital version available), Thornhill (2), Wath Brow Hornets, West Hull (2.50, 18pp, w/a, free digital version available), Wigan St Judes, Wigan St Patricks (2.50, w/a), Woolston (1)

Digital only: Crosfields

Normanton tweeted a link - https://www.flipsnack.com/...-programme-2019.html - to an 18-page digital programme for the Saddleworth game on 23/3. Not sure if it is available in print

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

To be confirmed: Askam, Beverley, Dewsbury Celtic, Dewsbury Moor, Dudley Hill, Egremont, Featherstone Lions, Hull Dockers, Ince, Milford, Myton, Normanton, Rochdale Mayfield, Shaw Cross, Siddal, Skirlaugh, Underbank, Waterhead, West Bowling, York Acorn

Cumberland League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes: Distington, Glasson (2, w/a)

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

Yorkshire League clubs issuing printed, individual match programmes:
Bramley (1.50), Goole (2, 16pp, A4), Nottingham (2, 16pp)



(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on May 11, 2019, 11:26 AM)

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