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As autumn approaches and the season rolls towards an exciting conclusion, September's Forty20 is full of great reading
Phil Caplan was at Wembley where Hull finally ended their Challenge Cup hoodoo
Angela Powers profiles her Sky Sports colleague Mike 'Stevo' Stephenson as - like Ray Warren down under - he prepares to hang up the mic
Brian Noble weighs up Wigan's chances of glory and welcomes the return of Jamie Peacock
Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook celebrates a new two-year contract at St Helens
Jamie Jones Buchanan farewells a trio of Leeds legends including the great Harry Jepson OBE, the last direct link with the game's earliest days
Ian Boldsworth reflects on glory and pain in big matches
Steve Deane previews the NRL semi-finals as the race to the Grand Final gathers pace
Angela Powers meets Rangi Chase, a man who can now see the bigger picture
Trevor Baxter ponders the future for troubled Salford who face relegation now that Leigh's promotion to Super League is assured
Ross Heppenstall ponders the future for Bradford - stranded in the Championship
Andrew Cudbertson rounds up the League 1 scene with a look at Coventry and Toulouse
Ian Golden welcomes the new South Wales Ironmen - great news from the Valleys
Mike Rylance's Treiziste Diary reports on a shifting powerbase to Carcassonne
Daryl 'Spinner' Howland tells us why now is the right time for American rugby league
Mike Latham climbs down out of his loft and heads for Birkenhead
All of that plus much much more and all your usual favourites...
Forty-20 features thought-provoking articles by the game’s most respected writers and fascinating face-to-face interviews with rugby league’s most engaging personalities.
The trial issue is the first of rugby league's biggest year in decades: January 2013. Inside, Brian Noble takes a club-by-club look ahead to the Super League season ahead, while Gareth Walker does likewise with an equally historic Championships campaign.
Elsewhere, Angela Powers of Sky Sports grills Leeds skipper Kevin Sinfield on his surge in popularity; Andy Wilson profiles New Zealand's 'Mad Butcher'; St Helens prop Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook prepares for action; and Mike Rylance profiles a France side preparing for the World Cup.
Publishing wide-ranging and open-minded stories that are bright and witty, punchy and intelligent, Forty-20 is unafraid to grapple with the big issues of rugby league.
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