BLOG: Bill Arthur, the Sky Sports presenter, has mixed emotions in the run up to the rugby league World Cup final this weekend between England and Australia. In this exclusive blog, he reflects on the six-year anniversary of his diagnosis with prostate cancer, how friends and family have supported him through his treatment, and what his Sky Sports colleagues think England need to do to win on Saturday.
The former England and British Lions scrum-half tells us how his family connection and a pint with Sky Sports colleague Jeff Stelling convinced him to join day six of the March for Men. But he'll be keeping an eye on the current Lions tour while he walks.
The former rugby league international and Leeds Rhinos hero is walking day nine of Jeff Stelling's March for Men after watching his Sky Sports colleague Bill Arthur battle with the most common cancer in men. He tells us about how the whole rugby league family is now rallying for the cause, and the infamous night when he led a lost and exhausted Jeff and his fellow marchers through the streets of Leeds last year.
Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Kevin Sinfield MBE is on the shortlist for this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards on Sunday. Here's why you should vote for the rugby league legend...
Ahead of England’s inaugural match in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, we caught up with Christian Wade to get his thoughts in the build up to the big kick off.
The Scarlets coach and former Wales fly-half tells us what he thinks of the home nation teams' chances at the Rugby World Cup 2015 and why he's joined Men United to help create a special pub quiz.
We're off to Magic Weekend in Newcastle, and here's what we've got on. If you and your mates are around, we'd love you to join us.
In our build up to Magic Weekend, we launched a survey in partnership with Rugby League Cares to find out what rugby league fans know about prostate cancer, the cause and how they celebrate their friendships by watching their favourite sport.
From 30-31 May, Newcastle will play host to one of the biggest weekends in the rugby league calendar, Magic Weekend. Six matches will be played in two jam-packed days in one stadium, St James’ Park. Two men who have led Sky Sports’ rugby league coverage over the past two decades Bill Arthur and Eddie Hemmings tell us everything we need to know…
It’s a new era for Rugby League as the organisers of the game introduce an exciting promotion and relegation season, but it’s also a new era for Men United with a new campaign and a growing number of pubs supporting our movement. Not least The Cricketers Arms in Widnes, a stone’s throw away from the Widnes Vikings stadium, where we and the club and hosted a very special new season opener press conference on Tuesday (3 February).