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Jimmy Gittins – We are all one big team

Jimmy Gittins former rugby league player and now presenter and trustee of State of Mind Sport has spoken about how important the people around you are who form your team or support network Read more »

Willie Isa “I’ve learned a lot”

Willie Isa Wigan Warriors player talks about how he found life when he arrived in the UK to play rugby league for Castleford Tigers Read more »

Ryan Bailey – I Can see When Someone is Struggling

Ryan Bailey spoke to State of Mind earlier this year to talk about changes in his life and how he dealt with them Read more »

Jon Clarke I Didn’t Want to Get Out of Bed

Jon Clarke former rugby league footballer who played as a hooker for Wigan Warriors, London Broncos, Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings talks about coping with change. Read more »

Linzi Prescott Coping With Change

Linzi Prescott recently spoke to State of Mind about how she had coped with change Read more »

Dixon on Career Change

Former Tiger Kirk Dixon talks about the importance of having something to fall back on when your career finishes. Read more »

Lunt On Family

Hull KR hooker Shaun Lunt reflects on the importance of his family and friends Read more »

State of Mind / The RFL / 5 Boroughs Shortlisted for National Award

The Nursing Times are pleased to announce this year’s shortlist – congratulations to all of our finalists including State of Mind’s work with 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Dr. Phil Cooper and the Rugby Football League. Read more »

Magic Weekend Hunt Begins

First Utility Super League have started the process of selecting a venue for the 2017 Dacia Magic Weekend. Read more »

LRUFC Wigan Walkers

On the 22nd July 2016 four female Wigan Warriors season ticket holders from Littleborough Rugby Union Club, will walk the 26.4 miles from their club in the foothills of the Pennines to the DW Stadium in Wigan. Read more »


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