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Coyle expects a tough weekend as Rams come to town
Saturday 18 Jul 2015 4:01pm, comments
Whitehaven coach James Coyle was disappointed with his side’s performance against Workington Town: “We’ve spoken this week about why it happened and why we were so poor in comparison to how well we’ve been playing,” he said. “Workington have only won against ourselves and Doncaster, so I think y...
Whitehaven: Sunday is 'biggest game of the year'
Sunday 12 Jul 2015 12:01pm, comments
Following Whitehaven’s defeat at London Broncos last week, coach James Coyle said: “We went quite well and matched them for long periods but overall I don’t think our transition was good enough. “Our kicking game wasn’t very good and our chase was pretty poor in parts that gave them the emphasis to ge...
Whitehaven came off second best in the Cumbrian derby against Workington Town at the Summer Bash. Coach James Coyle said: “We wanted to get a lot more out of the game and gave ourselves every chance to, but we fell away in the second half. “This week we’ll just concentrate on how well we can play. We’ll lose...
Whitehaven Looking To Improve For Broncos Clash
Thursday 12 Mar 2015 12:03pm, comments
James Coyle’s Whitehaven team are still seeking their first win but there were good signs in their defeat at Dewsbury: “I think we were a bit better than what we have been and are showing some signs that things are going to start sticking but I think we dropped off a bit in our intensity,” he said. “As long...
Championship: Whitehaven RLFC v Sheffield Eagles
Friday 27 Feb 2015 5:49pm, comments
Newly appointed Whitehaven coach James Coyle has seen improvements in his side over the last two weeks despite the losses: “We always knew it was going to be a tough one at Odsal,” he said. “But I think we took some massive strides forward from the Halifax game. A lot of things we worked on during the week we put ...
Whitehaven’s preparations have been disrupted by the departure of their coach Steve Deakin with Brett Seymour and James Coyle stepping in. Chief Executive Barrie Richardson said: “They were both assistant coaches to Deaks and I’ve been really impressed with the way everyone has pulled together. They have really pu...