News

latest news

Womens Challenge Cup Final

The game will be played at Heworth ARLFC on Sunday, July 30. Read more »

Cycling to Wembley for Rugby League Cares

Emma Goldsmith Coordinator of the Offload mental health project partnership with Rugby League Cares and State of Mind is embarking on her first charity challenge Read more »

Owens on Eating Disorder

Rugby union referee Nigel Owens reveals his struggle with eating disorder bulimia nervosa is not over and remains an ongoing battle. Read more »

Randell Signs For Trinity

Wakefield Trinity have confirmed the signing of Tyler Randell on a two-year deal from the start of next season. Read more »

State of Mind Round 18 Castleford v Warrington 2017

State of Mind were present at all the games in round 18 this year so many thanks to the Rugby Football league for granting the round of fixtures Read more »

State of Mind Education Sessions 2011-2016

State of Mind have delivered education sessions in a range of location since 2011 Read more »

The Barba of St. Helens

Saints new signing, Ben Barba, and speaking to Paul Sculthorpe after his first training session Barba said “I’m enjoying being over here finally and getting stuck in at my first day of training today, I’m looking forward to what’s ahead.”

On his new teammates the former Cronulla man added “They’re a close bunch of guys here, it was easy coming here, they all introduced themselves, its a very friendly place and that’s going to make it a lot easier for me over the coming weeks.”
Ben Barba
Barba revealed his meeting with Saints CEO Mike Rush and former players Paul Sculthorpe, Sean Long & Paul Wellens was instrumental in convincing him St Helens was the right club for him

“It was an easy decision for me. Obviously I had here or Warrington to go to but this place had an effect and after meeting Mike it was an easy decision.”

Barba played alongside former St Helens and current Canterbury prop James Graham and revealed both joked about when Graham makes a return to England he would bring Barba with him and they would play at St Helens together. “I’ve beaten him to the punch and I’m here first but hopefully I can lure him back here to finish off his career” added Barba.

Barba joins St Helens after a stint playing rugby union for Toulon but is currently serving a 12-match suspension, which Saints have said the club will appeal.

Barba says when he gets to pull on the red vee, fans can expect hard work from him, adding “hopefully the flashy stuff will come on the back of it, that’s what I’m well known for. I’ll work hard off the pitch and hopefully make them happy on it”.

Liam Moore Full Time Official

The Rugby Football League are delighted to announce that Liam Moore has joined the full-time Match Officials Team. Read more »

Eagles and Saints Link

St. Helens have partnered with Sheffield Eagles Read more »

Evans Lands at Centurions

Warrington Wolves have confirmed that centre Rhys Evans will leave the club at the end of the current season, signing a three-year deal with Leigh Centurions. Read more »

Page 2 of 15612345102030...Last »

Subscribe

Keep up to date! Get all the latest State of Mind news direct to your inbox.

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

State of Mind

Support our work

Donate with JustGiving and PayPal

Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving