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Halifax cruise to easy win in the 5th Round Challenge cup tie at the
Recreation ground(23/4/2017). Halifax ran in six tries as they cruised
to a 36-12 away win over Whitehaven. Ben Kaye crossed twice while Adam
Tangata, James Saltonstall, James Woodburn-Hall and Shane Grady also scored,
and Steve Tyrer kicked six goals.Tangata and Saltonstall had put the visitors
12-0 up before Elliot Miller replied for Whitehaven in the 28th minute,
and Paul Cook replied to make it 12-4.But Halifax's dominance showed as
Woodburn-Hall and Grady scored two tries in the space of four minutes,
putting the game out of reach for Whitehaven as they went in at the break
trailing 24-6. Kaye further stretched Halifax's lead before Jessie Joe
Parker got a late consolation for the hosts. However, Kaye would have
the final word as Halifax romped into the sixth round.
Latest on the Canadian RL Scene..next stop USA?
The Canadian Toronto Wolfpack...will they shake up the future and will
they springboard RL into a bigger fan base? With a budget of £2.1
million the Toronto club (actually with a base in Yorkshire) are topping
the League 1 table and clearly aim to get into Super League as soon as
possible. The UK's three division sides have all put out the welcome mat
, perhaps seeing a future for the game on a bigger international stage.
The CEO of the Toronto side is Eric Perez. And one of its big backers
is mining tycoon David Argyl who sees big potential with RL perhaps also
taking off in the US. The team's games are already screened via Premier
sports and it is reported the Wolfpacks home game in Toronto in May at
their 10,000 seat stadium is almost sold out. And having Brian Noble on
board is certainly going to grab attention for the new Canadian venture.
Haven felt their impact in March..Haven 10-Wolfpack 14
Good Friday Derby 2017-Haven beats Jameaters..just!
Haven could smile after yesterday's 24-20 Good Friday success over the
old enemy at Derwent Park as they contrived to sqaunder a handy 16 point
lead to the Town only to score a dramatic winner in the dying stages ¬
Haven dominated the first half with tries Scott MacAvoy, Coach Carl Foster
and Jessie Joe Parker with two goals from Paul Crookes . Could they keep
it going after the break ?
Well the answer was no . After the interval it was a differant story as
the Town cut out the mistakes that characterised their first half performance
. They dominated affairs and scored tries from Rooke,Hambly(2) and Mossop
plus two Forber goals that saw them in the lead 20-18 with time almost
up . Then a kick through by Crookes for Haven on the Town line , was not
cleared , and Haven's James Tilley pounced to score and with Crookes adding
the extras Haven were mighty relieved to hear the full time hooter soon
afterwards the score standing at Town 20 ¬ Haven 24 A real see-saw game
but Haven were on the right side of the scoreboard at the conclusion with
Haven Coach Carl Foster admitting afterwards his main emotion was one
of relief to get the win
(12/3/17) Mud glorious Mud
Haven 10-Wolfpack 14
Match Report 6/3/2017
Whitehaven got their Championship 1 campaign of to a winning start with
a 27-10 victory against South Wales Ironmen( Sunday 5th March 2017). Haven
dominated the first half as their half backs, Steve Roper and Paul Crook,
showed the sort of form for which Coach Carl Foster signed them. Both
scored tries as Haven led 12-0 at the break, both converted by Crook .
Haven carried the game to the home side after the interval with a try
for Glenn Riley, which Crook improved. Haven then extended their advantage
as Jordan Burns supported a break from Elliott Miller to get their fourth,
which Crook added the extras to for 24-0.
Some indiscipline allowed the Welshmen back the game with two tries, one
converted while Haven were down to 11 men as first Miller and then Lewis
Brown sent to the sin bin. Haven's defence stayed intact and they added
a penalty and a drop-goal from the boot of Crook to secure the points.This
was Whitehaven's second win on the bounce and was just what the doctor
ordered ahead of the visit of the High Profile New boys, Toronto Wolfpack
Haven played there third pre season game (28/1/17) as they travel to
Kingston Park to take on Newcastle Thunder
disappointing defeat..46-16 away to Thunder...
Haven without last season's player of the year, Dave Allen, who agrravated
an ankle injury at Barrow last Sunday so will sit this one out. Stephen
Fox , Craig Calvert and Elliott Miller should come back into the squad
after missing out at Barrow last week .
Barrow 36-Haven 10
Haven Team Boss Carl Foster (22/01/17) included himself in Havens 19
man squad for this second pre season game at Craven Park But despite a
decent second half effort the final score was 36-10 to the home side.
Whitehaven crashed 42-0 in their opening friendly at Keighley, with Forster
watching from the sidelines.
Whitehaven's squad: Miller, Burns, Taylor, Pattinson, Parker, Dalton,
Crook, Holland, Newton, Forster, Allen, Moore, Tilley, Shackley, Holliday,
Riley, Fox, Roper, Worthington.
Reasons to be Cheerful
4/9/2016 FT: Dewsbury Rams 12 Whitehaven 56
FT: Dewsbury Rams 12 Whitehaven 56......Town 24...Haven 28.......
Relegation Beckons & Haven Coach Departs
17/8/2016:To all concerned. "Unfortunately the Board of Directors
have decided that due to recent circumstances we are left with no option
but to relieve the Head Coach of his duties, with immediate effect. We
wish James all the best in the future". Signed; Amanda Hewer, GM
Nine games without a win for Haven after they lost 18-46 to Bradford
Bulls who cruised to an ultimately comfortable win in this Championship
Super 8 Shield opener(7/8/2016).
A devastating purple patch inside the opening quarter harvested four tries
for Rohan Smith's men and put them 20-0 up.
First, Danny Addy went over and Mellor quickly added a second before further
scores from Danny Williams and Matty Blythe underlined Bradford's early
control. Yet once again, the defensive frailties which have undermined
the Bulls all season haunted them once again as they switched off, allowing
their struggling hosts to hit back with two tries.
Second-rower Ugo Perez dummied his way through the Bull's defence and
centre Chris Taylor then darted over from acting half, with Louis Jouffret's
two goals making it 20-12.
However, Mellor added his second on the stroke of half-time to make it
26-12 at the break before the Halifax-born product completed his treble
three minutes after the restart.
Kris Welham and Kieren Moss applied further Bradford tries before Whitehaven
hit back with a third score through second-rower Dave Allen.
Kurt Haggerty finished off Moss' pass for a ninth Bradford score but it
was not a polished performance from the Bulls as they made over a dozen
handling errors and saw their line breached three times.
With Oldham defeating the Town Haven place at the foot of the table is
now looking increasingly hopeless and relegation now seems a foregone
Sixth Defeat in a Row
This defeat was another nail in Whitehaven RLFC season as they slumped
to their sixth consecutive defeat as Sheffield Eagles won 32-14 in the
Kingstone Press Championship on Saturday (24/7/2016). Another game where
the team failed to put in a peformance for the full 80 minutes leaves
question marks not only over the teams fitness but also their ability
to perform at this level.
An encouraging first hal saw the Haven lead 12-10 at the break as Chris
Taylor and Grant Gore both went over for the hosts. Haven had all the
play for the first 10 minutes of the Second half and should have extended
their lead , but poor play and lost possession proved costly . Jordan
Burns disallowed try on 66 mins was pivotal as the Eagles scored shortly
afterwards to take the lead they never relinquished. Tries from Quentin
Laulu-Togagae, Rob Worrincy, Steve Thorpe, Garry Lo and two from Nathan
Chappell gave the Eagles a comfortable win at the Recreation Ground. Another
display that sent the Haven Fans home bitterly disapponited and frusrated
and one which would seem to show Haven as favourites for relegation unless
they can find a massive turn round in form in the Remaining 7 Super 8
Haven beaten by 12 man Town
Whitehaven after this defeat today(17/7/2016) are now on the dangerously
close to relegation into Championship 1 after an injury time defeat at
Derwent Park. Haven will never have a better chance of getting the points
in a Derby game as Town had forward Olstrum dismissed for Foul Play as
early as the 8th minute. However an unispired Haven were unable to make
the numerical advantage count and in the end Town just about deserved
the two points .
Its was Town who led 12 nil at the half as a feeble Haven attack failed
to trouble a 12 man Town defence. Haven had to do better after the interval
and despite never being totally in control scored five tries through James
Newton, Andy Yates, Craig Calvert, John Paul Brocklebank, Grant Gore,plus
four goals to lead 28-24 as the game entered the last minute . It was
then Sammutt snapped up a dropped Haven pass to put Mossop in for a try
whcih he then converted on the hooter to send Haven home pointless and
looking increasingly as if they will be relegted .
13/7/2016:Haven boost squad signing former Salford prop forward Carl Forster
The club is delighted to announce the signing of both Jessie Joe Parker and Dion Aiye. Jessie on a two year deal and Dion on a one year deal. The club football committee along with Gary Eilbeck and Mark Stamper have been working hard on these signings and these things take time and patience. It's a great boost for the club before going to Derwent Park on Sunday. It shows that these two players are committed not only to the club but to the town itself, they are immensely popular with the public. Lets hope the signings spur on the team for victory" Amanda Hewer G.M.
BRADFORD Bulls comprehensively thumped Whitehaven 64-18 notching up 11
tries in their biggest win of the season . For Whitehaven this lacklustre
display was their sixth game without a win and with Oldham and Sheffield
both winning they drop to 11th in the Championship with relegation now
looking ever more likely . New signing for the Bulls, Dane Chisholm shone
on his debut, as he helped his new club to the biggest win of the season
with Ethan Ryan grabbing his first professional hat-trick as well.
The game was over as a contest as early as the 10th minute with the Bulls
scoring three quick trys ¬ to lead 18 nil . A hapless Haven team were
poor in defence and conceded trys with alarming regularity as the Home
side went in at the half leading by 56 pts to Nil . The Haven had to front
¬ up in the second period and they actually outscored the Bulls 18 points
to 8 as they ran in ¬ three tries in 14 minutes from Jay Chapelhow, James
Newton and John Paul Brocklebank ,with JP adding three conversions . However
it was far too little too late as the Haven now find themselves deep in
relegation trouble and badly need to win in the Cumbrian Derby next week
as they travel to Workington. D.F.
Whitehaven coach James Coyle is to stand down at the end of the season
Extra work commitments with his expanding business have meant that Coyle
has told the club that he does not wish to be considered for the coaching
position next season. Whitehaven chairman Tommy Todd said: "James
informed us of his position and we will be advertising the post, possibly
as early as next week in the trade papers.
"I think there would have been a case for keeping-on James next
year, bringing some continuity to the club in the coaching position. There
have been some very good performances this season and I think we would
have been further up the table but for the injury situation which have
obviously affected us."
Coyle is in his second season as Whitehaven coach but as well as his
business involvements, he and his wife became parents for the third time
earlier this year so family commitments are also involved in his decision.
"I think the travelling is starting to affect him as well, because
he's got that on top of his work and his family. It's quite understandable.
What he is determined to do is end his Whitehaven career on a high by
keeping the club in the Championship," said Todd.
Featherstone Late Win
Featherstone leave it late to beat 12-man Whitehaven Three tries in the
last 12 minutes earned Featherstone Rovers a 30-18 win against 12-man
Whitehaven in the Kingstone Press Championship at Big Fellas Stadium.
Despite having Dave Allen sent off for dissent in the 19th minute and
being disrupted by injuries, Whitehaven were in with a chance of repeating
last year's shock league victory at Featherstone when they were only 14-12
behind in the closing stages. Jack Ormondroyd, Darrell Griffin and Jamie
Foster sealed Rovers' win when they added to first-half tries from half-backs
Kyle Briggs and Jordan Lilley, who was playing on dual registration from
Leeds, while Foster kicked five goals. Anthony Walker, playing on loan
from Wakefield, Jordan Burns and Jessie Joe Parker scored tries for the
Somat to Smile About 12-6 FT
Great picture by Gary McKeating...
Whitehavens 20-man squad: Aiye, Allen, Beaumont, Brocklebank, Burns,
Calvert, Chamberlain, J Chapelhow, T Chapelhow, Davies, Fox, Gore, Holliday,
Jouffret, Lucock, Miller, Newton, Parker, Riley, Taylor.
Haven Strip for 2016
Town 60...Haven 20 in Super Eights 13/9/15
Summer Training Camp
Widnes Vikings Head coach, Dennis Betts and his assistant Mick Cassidy
at the Recreation Ground on Thursday August 6th for the Summer Training
This was in Support of recently announced partnership with the RFL and
Cumbria Storm programme to help develop the game in the West Cumbria Region
and provide more opportunity for players to fulfil their potential within
the sport, Widnes Vikings in conjunction with the club have started an
open access training camp at Whitehaven RLFC.
Whitehaven romped to an emphatic victory in Yorkshire , ending their league
campaign with a morale boosting win leading the way for the Cumbrians was
Papua New Guinea international Dion Aiye scored a pair of tries as Whitehaven
ended their Kingstone Press Championship regular season with a 29-0 victory
at Featherstone. Rovers hopes of reaching the Middle Eight were ended last
week by defeat to Sheffield Eagles coupled with a Halifax victory and further
tries from Chris Taylor, Scott McAvoy and Jordan Burns ensured the Cumbrian
outfit eased to victory. Louis Jouffret added four goals for Haven with
Grant Gore tagging on a last-minute drop-goal.
Rovers nil Haven 29..Report
After the great win at Featherstone on Saturday there was a tinge of sadness
after the game. Chairman Tom Todd and Director in charge of ground improvements
Gary Eilbeck bid Louis Jouffret 'bon voyage' on his return to France. Louis
and Jourdan have added a truly Gallic flair to the side this season and
the fans and town warmed to the two lads' honesty and integrity. Louis'
father, Christophe, traveled to see his son play and spoke with the Whitehaven
directors who impressed upon him how much the club would like to see them
both back next season and that we progress this French connection.
Sunday July 12
Pic. Gary McKeating
The squads: Haven: Jouffret, J. Burns, D.Hulme, C.Taylor, C.Calvert, D.Aiye,
G.Gore, R.Beaumont, T. Coyle, T.Chaplow, D. Allen, S.McAvoy, S.Brooks; J.
Newton, T.Ancely,B.Davies and T.Hepi. Town: J.Murphy, E.Miller, I.Thornley,
J.Mossop, L.Tierney,J.Sammut, J.Doran, K.Coward, C.Phillips, M.Shackley,
J.Slack, K.Horton, L.McAvoy; C.Forber, K.Olstrum, T.Walker and R.Sutton.
Whitehaven run riot at Doncaster
Haven 50..Dons 18
Whitehaven chalked up their biggest win of the campaign with an emphatic
victory in Yorkshire(28/6/15) ,winning for the third time in four games
to enhance their chances of a top 8 finish in the Kingstone Press Championship
Whitehaven ran in nine tries in a 50-18 victory as they condemned hosts
Doncaster to a 23rd successive defeat.
Scott McAvoy touched down twice before half-time and Dave Allen, Grant
Gore, Chris Taylor, Jesse-Joe Parker, Jordan Sigismeau, Ben Davies and
Dion Aiye got the others.
Louis Jouffret kicked seven goals, while Doncaster's tries all came in
the second half through Paul Mennell, Jansin Turgut and Kyle Kesik.
June 21 2015: Haven 24...Batley 12..tries Calvert (2) Gore and Jouffret.
Haven builds Catalan Entente
Whitehaven RLFC recently had the pleasure of hosting Christophe Jouffret to the Club ,the chief executive of Super League Catalans Dragon and father of Havens recent French signing Louis Jouffret .
He received a very warm welcome and thought the people and the town were both amazing.
As a result Whitehaven are now looking to build and develope links with Christophe and the Catalan Dragons: with Louis Jouffret and Jordan Sigismeau making a big impact at the club ,these links could potentially see future player recruitment from the Catalans Feeder club UTC X111 .
There have even been talks of a possible 'mini' tour to the South of France that would involve playing possibly three French clubs and a pre-season Training camp .
Of course the timing of such a tour would be a little difficult but it would a tremendous boost to the club and a great opportunity for the fans to visit France on a great trip and watch rugby league.
Amanda Hewer General Manager.
Aiye on Team Sheet for 2016
Whitehaven RLFC have received a massive boost confirming that PNG International
Dion Aiye has signed a new contract for 2016 , Subject to Visa requirements
. Half back Aiye joined the club in the close season and has played in
16 games scoring 3 trys and has established himself as a big favoutite
of the Haven Fans . Football director James Robinson commented " We are
working really hard to hit the ground running next season . Dion is a
quality assett to the club and has setlled really wll into the local community
, and its great to have him , along with others already in place for 2016.
Haven 16-Leigh 46
Haven tries..Davies, Johnstone, Lepori. Two goal from Jouffret.Leigh tries
from Pownall(2), Sarsfield,Brierley(4), Higson and Worthington
Whitehaven Push High Flying Sheffield Eagles
Third-placed Sheffield tightened their grip on a crucial top-four spot
with a hard-fought 26-16 victory over spirited Whitehaven in the Kingstone
Whitehaven, 11th in the table, trailed 16-4 at the break at Castle Park
but fought back to level with two Scott McAvoy tries before touchdowns
from Scott Turner and Misi Taulapapa - his second of the match - settled
Quentin Laulu-Togagae and three-goal Kyle Briggs also crossed for the
South Yorkshire side while Whitehaven's other try came from Craig Calvert.
Blackpool...Town 26...Haven 20.Haven tries..Gore,Sigismeau,Jouffret
and Burns.goals(2)Joufret. Town tries...Stack(2),Shackley,Murphy.Goals(5)Forber
Haven put on bold challenge to former Super League stars. Match
report by John Walsh
Haven give Bradford Bulls pause for Thought
Second Half Slide....April 26 2015 Haven 12 Featherstone Rovers 36 Report.
Leigh 60...Haven 0..(29/3/15)
Bitter Disappointment in Second Half
It's probably too early to say this game was a relegation decider but Haven
must be bitterly disppointed at losing this one as the Hawks fought back
from a half time defecit to take the two valuable league points. Hunslet
Hawks battle back from 12-10 down at half-time to beat Whitehaven 26-18
in their Kingstone Press Championship clash. Their five tries came from
Jack Lee, James Duckworth, Mufaro Mvududu, Jimmy Watson and George Flanagan.
Richard Lepori, Rhodri Lloyd and Tyla Hepi claimed Whitehaven's tries and
John Paul Brocklebank was accurate with the boot but they remain one place
off the bottom.
Good Come Back against Dons
After Good Friday shocker hammered by Town, Haven responded well beating
Whitehaven 12, Featherstone 36
Haven 16 Halifax 44..pics
from the game
Tommy Todd steps in as Chairman
of March 25th 2015 announcement....
Win over Broncos...Match
Haven tries: Burns, Johnson and Gore
Seymour kicking 2 goals.
Fax tries from Tyrer, Greenwood, Saltonstall (2), Brown (2), Robinson 2
and Ambler. Goal kicker Tyrer (4)
More Bad News?
After a poor pre season, losing two games and cancelling a third game at
Newcastle ,Whitehavens plans for the 2015 were thrown into further turmoil
with the apparent disappearance of Head Coach Steve Deakin from the club
It is understood that Steve Deakin left the club on Friday afternoon
and drove back to his home in Oldham.
As such Deakin did not take the normal Friday night Training Session
at the Recreation Ground last night and that the Saturday Morning Training
Session was cancelled today for the first time since pre season got underway
in November. In his absence Assistant Coaches Brett Seymour and James
Coyle took control of the session .Seymour who was at the Egremont v Wath Brow cup game today , refused
to comment when asked if Steve Deakin had left the club .
No official comment from the club has been made .
Easy Win for Town
Workington regained the Ike Southward Trophy (25/1/15)with an easy win
over Whitehaven, scoring four tries to nil.For the second week running
Haven left their loyal fans hugely disappointed with a lack lustre display
The Town team did not feature their recent Australian signing Fifita and
Horton , but Haven included props Jaso Hand and Ben Davies who did not
feature in last week's game at Barrow. Town kicked of with the wind at
their back , Haven started brightly and more than matched the Town for
the first quarter without ever really looking like scoring , however it
was Town who got on the scoreboard first with a try by Stack converted
by Forber to take a 6 nil Lead . After that Town grew in confidence and
dominated proceedings forber added another penalty to give Town an 8 nil
lead at the half . The second half however was a major disappointment
as Haven fell away badly . They started to drop off too many tackles which
Town took full advantage of to score through Callum Phillips , Ritson
and Mossop all converted to see Town win by a comfortable margin.In possesion
Haven for all their effort , rarely looked like scoring .
Following on from last weeks defeat at Horror Show at Barrow
, Haven once again were found lacking in all departments . In two games
they have conceded 68 points and have scored only one try . Not the start
that was anticipated , and Coach Steve Deakin and the player must now
find a massive improvement in their performance for next weeknds trip
to take on a resurgent Newcastle Thunder otherwise their pre-season record
will show played 3 lost 3 ! Haven: Lepori, Wilde, Bannister, Holliday,
Burns; Seymour, Aiye, Robinson, Newton, Hand, Allen, McAvoy, Brocklebank
Subs: Hepi, T Coyle, Davies, Horner
Investment in Recreation Ground Approved
Gary Eilbeck Director for Ground Improvements at Whitehaven RLFC said
we are delighted to announce that work can commence on improvement's to
the Recreation Ground after securing funding from Energy Coast West Cumbria
Ltd (trading as Britainís Energy Coast) who agreed several years ago to
hold funds approved by BNFL for much needed improvements to the Whitehaven
Rugby League stadium. This was before the Pow Beck initiative. The unspent
funds have remained available for the club for when it was able to demonstrate
a viable investment proposal to ensure the stadium retains its ability
to host Championship level games. WRLFC have now satisfied Sellafield
Ltd and the BEC board that the funds should be released for such a proposal.
BEC officials are working with the club on a programme of investments
over the coming months which will satisfy the Rugby Football League and
will guarantee the town can host Championship rugby next season and beyond..
This move honours an early agreement and is not a part of BECís forward
plan for investments into the local economy. Work has commenced on refurbishing
the Kells end and also creating a new home changing room under the Grandstand
and to refurbish the current changing rooms into one for away teams use
. Further work will be undertaken during 2015 to meet the RFL requirements
on number of seats required in the Championship and also upgrading the
floodlights. The club had agreed to play our Annual friendly against Gateshead
at home on the 1st February 2015 however due to the renovations this game
will be played at Kingston Park home of Newcastle Falcons Rugby Union
on Saturday the 31st January 2015 with a 3pm kick off.
Jordan Hand agrees season-long loan with Whitehaven
St Helens prop Hand is returning to The Recre on a season-long loan after
spending the 2014 season as a dual-registration player. The 21-year-old
made 20 appearances for Whitehaven last season, scoring two tries. Whitehaven
boss Steve Deakin has labelled the return of loan star Jordan Hand as
a Ďmassive endorsementí for the work the club is doing. ďHe has enough
talent to be offered a new deal by St Helens and the fact that they are
also prepared to loan him out to us endorses their faith in what we are
doing up here,Iím absolutely delighted to get a prominent, up-and-coming
prop as part of our side" Deakin said.
Ready for the Off
Workington Town and Whitehaven will kick-start the inaugural Summer Bash
for the Kingston Press Championship t Blackpool. Tickets for the Blackpool
week-end, held over the spring Bank Holiday in May, have now gone on sale.
Town's clash with neighbours Whitehaven is one of four matches on Saturday,
May 23, including the first ever final of the League One Cup, while there
will be three more Championship games on the following day. More
Whitehaven have appointed former Catalan Dragons reserve boss Steve Deakin
as head coach on a two-year deal.
Whitehaven stay up
Whitehaven started this game knowing that a win was a must, and that anything
less would mean relegation. In the end they romped to an emphatic win
over the Lions , but even then they had to rely on Keighley's by Featherstone
to secure their Kingstone Press Championship status with a 44-18 win
at Swinton. Scott McAvoy, Carl Foster, Jordan Burns, Jesse Joe Parker,
Cain Southernwood, Lee Mitchell and James Newton scored tries for the
Cumbrians and Australian half-back Brett Seymour kicked eight goals.
Tries from Martin Ainscough, Kevin Penny and Richie Hawkyard could not prevent Swinton ending the season with a 10th straight defeat. So it will be Championship rugby next season for the Haven and a fresh set of challenges, but for the moment
Haven can savour this final day win in front of over 250 ecstatic travelling fans.
Sunday, Aug 31 Haven 48-(30-0) Rochdale 12
Gary McKeating's picture says it all...
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