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Haven match reports

Tale of two halves as Haven triumph over battling Town

Whitehaven v Workington Town RL derby IT was a tale of two halves at the Recre, with Haven emerging on top after a terrific struggle.

Last updated 5 March 2009
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McDonald stars as Haven look lively against Widnes

2201haven5 HAVEN coach Ged Stokes declared Sunday’s friendly at Stobart Stadium a worthwhile exercise.

Last updated 27 January 2009
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Haven get job done against old rivals

1501hav1 THE heavy conditions ruined the spectacle, but it was a case of ‘job done’ for Haven against their old rivals.

Last updated 22 January 2009
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Magnificent Whitehaven shine again in front of TV cameras

celtichavenpic1 WHITEHAVEN did what Barrow and Workington couldn’t do last season and travel down to Bridgend and win live on Welsh television, completing the double over Celtic Crusaders on Saturday as the Welsh side lost in front of their S4C cameras for the first time.

Last updated 19 January 2009
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McNally pops up to win vital game for Haven

1109haven TEENAGER Gregg McNally is making a habit of winning important games for Haven.

Last updated 19 January 2009
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Haven deliver against Halifax

1809haven1 HAVEN had surely to produce their performance of the season to get past Fax and they duly delivered on cue.

Last updated 19 January 2009
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Weary Haven feel huge Salford backlash

2509salf1 WEARY Haven felt a huge Salford backlash as their season ended just 80 minutes from a third NL1 Grand Final in five years.

Last updated 19 January 2009
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Final score: Salford 62, Whitehaven 18

fans THE Haven fans were in the loudest voice at The Willows last night - but play didn't go their way from the off. Spencer Miller opened the scorecard for Whitehaven, with second-half tries from Shackley and Adebesi beefing up the tally. Add your tributes here (3 comments)

Last updated 19 September 2008
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Haven close with a Viking battle

2808wid4 WHITEHAVEN brought down the curtain on their league programme in their 60th year in style with a battling performance against the Vikings.Haven: Broadbent, Adebisi, R Jackson, McAvoy, Calvert, Manihera, McNally, Edmondson, Mattinson, Fatialofa, Makisi, Miller, Joe. Subs: Patrick, Gorski, Teare, Hill

Last updated 27 August 2008
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Haven come off second best in rough-house battle with Leigh

LEIGH may have bowed out of Hilton Park after 61 years with a win on Sunday, but it was hardly an auspicious way to depart the old stadium.Haven: Broadbent, Adebisi, R Jackson, Patrick, Calvert, Makisi, Joe, Edmondson, Mattinson, Miller, Hill, McAvoy, Barker. Subs: McNally, Gorski, Teare, Shackley.

Last updated 20 August 2008
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Depleted Reserves hit form against champions

2108acad2 WHITEHAVEN’S depleted second-string timed their end-of-season run to perfection, beating title winners Leigh 16-6 to book their play-off place in the last league game of the campaign.

Last updated 20 August 2008
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Inspired Haven rock the Recre

1408sheff3 INSPIRED Haven took over where Quo left off at The Recre five days earlier but reserved the real virtuoso performance for the second half.Whitehaven: Broadbent; Calvert, Rob Jackson, Patrick, Adebisi; Manihera, Joe; Edmondson, Mattinson, Hill, Miller, McAvoy, Makisi. Subs: Barker, Marc Jackson, McDonald, Teare.

Last updated 13 August 2008
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Dewsbury deal a bitter blow to Haven hopes

NOBODY could have envisaged such a turn around in fortunes as this spectacular and ultra exciting battle at Tetley’s Stadium.

Last updated 6 August 2008
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Haven send Halifax home empty-handed

havenhalifaxpic7 HAVEN capped a marvellous month as they put a serious dent in second-placed Halifax’s NL1 title hopes on Sunday. To send Fax home without even a bonus point was a terrific effort from Ged Stokes’ side, who had to dig just as deep as in away wins over Sheffield and Celtic earlier in July.Haven: Broadbent, Adebisi, R Jackson, McAvoy, Calvert, Manihera, Makisi, Edmondson, Mattinson, McDonald, Hill, Miller, Joe. Subs: Patrick, Gorski, Ford, M Jackson.Tries: Adebisi, R Jackson, Makisi, Patrick, CalvertGoals: Manihera 4Halifax: Greenwood, Patterson, Ratu, Haley, Gibson, Holroyd, Black, Southern, Coyle, Heaton, Flanagan, Smith, Royston. Subs: Gleeson, Bowman, Varkulis, WateneTries: Black, Patterson Goals: Holroyd 2Attendance: 1,853Referee: Mike DawberStar Man: Leroy Joe

Last updated 30 July 2008
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Haven leapfrog Eagles with first away victory

sheffieldhavenpic2 WHITEHAVEN gave their play-off hopes a massive boost with their first away win in the league over close rivals Sheffield Eagles.Sheffield: Woodcock; Mills, Reid, Newlove, Ford, Lindsay, Brambani, Buckenham, Hill, Stringer, Szostak, Corcoran, Whitaker. Subs: McDonald, Hayes, Pickering, RoweTries: Stringer, Reid. Goals: Woodcock 3Whitehaven: Broadbent; Calvert, R Jackson, McAvoy, Abebisi, Rudd, Makisi, Edmondson, Mattinson, McDonald, Miller, Hill, Joe. Subs: Manihera, Gorski, Ford, M JacksonTries: McAvoy, Adebisi, Miller, Mattinson. Goals: Rudd 6, Manihera 2Referee: R Hicks (Oldham)Attendance: 810Star Man: Leroy Joe

Last updated 16 July 2008
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Haven’s recent revival ends with defeat at Fax

carlruddhalifaxpic WHITEHAVEN’S recent revival suffered a setback in West Yorkshire on Sunday as title-chasing Halifax cantered to a comfortable victory. Halifax: Miles Greenwood; James Haley, Jon Goddard, Mike Ratu, Lee Greenwood; Graham Holroyd, Ben Black; Paul Southern, Thomas Coyle, Joe Walsh, Paul Smith, Richard Varkulis, Shad Royston. Subs: Sean Penkywicz, Mark Flanagan, Danny Heaton, Frank Watene

Last updated 25 June 2008
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Magnificent McNally stars in remarkable Haven triumph

havensalfordpic5 NEVER, ever, underestimate Haven at the Recreation Ground. Rarely in their recent history has the old adage been more apt than last Thursday night, when the hosts showed guts beyond the call of duty - and emerged with the glory.

Last updated 6 June 2008
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Haven humbled by rampant Wigan

havenwigan3 Wigan 106 Whitehaven 8: It was a night to forget for Haven as they crashed out of the Challenge Cup on the receiving end of a club record hammering from the ton-up Warriors.

Last updated 18 May 2008
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Haven pass stern Leigh test with flying colours

havenleighnewpic HAVEN overturned a 16-8 half-time deficit in a pulsating clash featuring a handful of controversial refereeing decisions.

Last updated 8 May 2008
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Stokes: ‘Forwards let me down’

salfordhaven3 WHITEHAVEN coach Ged Stokes criticised his forward pack for ‘letting the side down’ following their disappointing defeat at Salford.

Last updated 1 May 2008
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