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RL Cares and State of Mind

Phil Cooper from State of Mind and Martyn Coyd from the Rugby League council and Rugby league cares met to discuss how they can work together Read more »

Barnsley Next Stop for State of Mind

Phil Cooper and Jimmy Gittins ventured to Barnsley on Tuesday to discuss the options of spreading the State of Mind message into local rugby union and cricket clubs Read more »

Carmel College State of Mind session

Monday saw the latest State of Mind session being delivered at Carmel Sixth form College in St. Helens Read more »

Magennis Retires Age 23

St Helens forward Shaun Magennis has announced his retirement from rugby league after a succession of injuries. Read more »

Wigan Warriors Sport Relief Project

Wigan Warriors aim to deliver two six week blocks of activity focused on a range of skills and techniques to increase resilience and self esteem, promote mental and physical wellbeing, provide underpinning theory and practical solutions. Read more »

Rugby Players Tragic Death

Former Sale Sharks rugby union player David Tait has died after falling from an apartment block. Read more »

Castleford Membership tops 3000

With Castleford Tigers experiencing increased momentum as it strives to reach 5,000 memberships, it has confirmed the full 2013 squad have signed up to the scheme. Read more »

Carmel Sixth Form College

Carmel sixth form college in St. Helens is the latest college to access a State of Mind session including former players. Read more »

Hemel Stags Announce Coaching Set Up

Hemel Stags have announced their full coaching team for their first season in Championship 1 in 2013. Read more »

Salford Future Uncertain

Salford City Reds’ future is in doubt after Salford City Council rejected a rescue plan for the troubled club. Read more »

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