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Batley Bulldogs

English rugby league football club

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Batley Bulldogs: English rugby league football club
The Batley Bulldogs are an English professional rugby league club in Batley, West Yorkshire, who play in the Championship. Batley were one of the original twenty-two rugby football clubs that formed the Northern Rugby Football Union in 1895. They were League Champions in 1924 and have won three Challenge Cups.

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Craig Lingard: Batley Bulldogs coach stranded in France without his passport

Batley coach Craig Lingard endures a travel nightmare after his team loses to Toulouse and he is stranded in France.
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Archie Bruce: Batley Bulldogs player died of asphyxiation

Batley Bulldogs scrum-half Archie Bruce died as a result of asphyxiation, a post-mortem examination has found.
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Archie Bruce: Batley Bulldogs player was a 'young fella with the world at his feet'

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Archie Bruce: Batley Bulldogs player found dead in hotel after debut against Toulouse

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