Batley Bulldogs

Wales 16 Jamaica 16: Jones-Bishop’s treble earns Jamaica a draw

MILFORD MARLINS product Aaron Jones-Bishop scored a hat-trick of tries for Jamaica in a 16-16 draw with Wales at Belle Vue, Wakefield, tonight.

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Rugby League: Rams boss Morrison on Jamaica mission

AN UNLIKELY Test match at Wakefield could be the start of big things for rugby league in the Carribean.

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Castleford Tigers: Loan move gives Cas pair more game time

Castleford Tigers boss Daryl Powell hopes youngsters Will Maher and Tom Holmes will benefit as much as Greg Minkin did when they head out on a season-long loan to Batley Bulldogs in 2017.

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Inside RL: Peter Smith reveals his personal highs and lows of Super League 2016

SOME REFLECTIONS on the 2016 season.

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Batley Bulldogs: Kear proud of achievements at Batley

DEPARTING COACH John Kear is proud of what Batley Bulldogs have achieved over the past five years.

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Kear’s pride as he signs off as Batley coach

Batley coach John Kear said he was “chuffed” with his side’s performance in the defeat against Salford – his final match in charge of the Bulldogs.

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Batley Bulldogs: Kear wants to go out on a high against Salford

IT WILL be an emotional afternoon at Mount Pleasant tomorrow (3pm) when coach of the year John Kear bows out of Batley Bulldogs.

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Batley Bulldogs: Errors cost us chance of victory says Kear

BATLEY BULLDOGS’ 42-24 defeat at Leigh Centurions in the First Utility Qualifiers was an “opportunity missed”, according to coach John Kear.


Sin Bin TV: Super 8s Round 7 preview

Check out the latest edition of The Sin Bin as the lads look ahead to round 7 of Super 8s qualifiers.

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John Kear.

Batley Bulldogs: Kear wants his team to be party poopers at Leigh

BATLEY BULLDOGS have an opportunity to rain on Leigh Centurions’ parade today (3pm).


Sin Bin TV: Super 8s Round 6 preview

Check out the latest edition of The Sin Bin as the lads look ahead to round 6 of Super 8s qualifiers.

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John Kear

Batley Bulldogs: Bulldogs confident despite defeat insists Kear

THEIR BATTLING performance at Leeds Rhinos has given Batley Bulldogs a confidence boost, coach John Kear says.


VIDEO: Batley boss John Kear wins Championship Coach of the Year

BATLEY BULLDOGS’ John Kear was last night crowned Kingstone Press Championship Coach of the Year following his remarkable achievements for the West Yorkshire club.

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Work doesn’t stop for Batley Bulldogs ahead of trip to Leeds Rhinos

While Leeds Rhinos’ players put their feet up ahead of Friday’s game at Headingley Carnegie, opponents Batley Bulldogs were out at work.

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Keegan Hirst

Batley rugby league bans fan over homophobic abuse

A SUPPORTER has been banned for life by a rugby league club after homophobic abuse of a player.

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Batley Bulldogs: Batley winger on a high ahead of ‘dream fixture’

FORMER LEEDS Rhinos junior Wayne Reittie says playing at Headingley in the middle-eights will be a “dream come true”.

Alex Brown of Batley passes under pressure from Luke Briscoe

Bulldogs cash-in but Fev’s Sharp left furious

COACH JOHN Kear saw his side earn what could be a £50,000 win, but insisted: “It is not about the money”.

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Reittie try could be valuable for Batley

WINGER WAYNE Reittie scored what could be a £50,000 try as Batley Bulldogs pipped Featherstone Rovers in the middle-eights.

Josh Walters,  of Featherstone, tackles Batley's Alex Brown. PIC: Steve Riding

Batley Bulldogs 11 Featherstone Rovers 10: Bulldogs edge tense Qualifier at Mount Pleasant

Winger Wayne Reittie scored a brace of tries as Batley Bulldogs beat fellow part-timers Featherstone Rovers 11-10 in a tense Qualifiers tie at Mount Pleasant.

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John Kear

Batley Bulldogs - Featherstone Rovers: Rivals eager to lay down benchmark for next year

THEY ALREADY know they will be playing in the Kingstone Press Championship again next year, but both Batley Bulldogs and Featherstone Rovers have targeted tomorrow’s showdown at Mount Pleasant (3pm) as “big opportunity”.

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