News Feed

Salford beaten despite spirited performance in The Rugby League Varsity 2019!

The Annual University Rugby league match has taken place at the regional athletics stadium in Manchester, as A crowd of 401 saw the University of Manchester ultimately triumph over Salford University in a tight end to end affair. The early stages of the game were dominated by Manchester, running some nice lines but eventually paying the ultimate price for not making the pressure count when Salford scored the first try of the match in the 9th minute of play. The try came through some smart link up play from the Salford backline which created an opportunity for Dan Mund to cross over the line. Conversion missed They say you are always most vulnerable when you have just scored and this certain

Post Malone at Manchester Arena

Post Malone took to the stage on the 19th of February at a sold-out gig at Manchester Arena, support acts consisted of Roddy Ricch and Tyla Yahweh. Posty had a 20 song setlist with no encore which varied in genres from Hip-Hop, R’n’B, to a heavy metal echo, even with Posty saying in an interview that, “What I’m not into is boxes…There are no genres anymore”. When Stoney (debut album) erupted onto the music scene I didn’t think it could be bettered but with his second album, Beerbongs & Bentleys coming out last year he somehow managed to improve upon that first outing. Post Malone appeared on stage at 9pm wearing blue shirt and trousers with the Union Jack on them shaped like hearts with his

Watson: We must improve

Salford Red Devils Head Coach Ian Watson admits his side are not a ‘semi-final team’ and they must face reality, following Thursday night’s loss to St Helens. Watson says Salford must realise their potential in 2019, after Saints went away from the AJ Bell Stadium with two points. The Red Devils have now lost against Leeds Rhinos and St Helens so far in the Betfred Super League and Watson believes his players must learn from ‘champion’ teams. Watson said: “You have to give credit to St Helens. Defensively, they were phenomenal. They were really consistent in turning us over and being really patient with their line speed and intensity in defence. “We spoke about that at half time and

Recent Posts
Archive
  • Facebook Clean
  • Twitter Clean
  • Instagram Clean
  • White YouTube Icon
Salford, UK | info@shockradio.co.uk