Hasson joins Trinity

The Salford Red Devils can confirm that James Hasson has joined Wakefield Trinity with immediate effect.
James joined Salford in May, and made four appearances during his short spell with the club.
The club would like to thank James for his efforts at the Red Devils and wish him all the best for the future.

Tickets on Sale for trips to Leigh

Tickets are now on sale for the trip to Leigh Centurions on Friday night and are priced as follows:

Adults: £23

Over 65/18-21 year olds: £18

Under 18: £9

Under 5: Free

Junior Swaps are available from the The Salford Stadium in advance of the the day of the game.

Red Devils supporters are reminded to buy from the club n advance where possible, as Salford receive 25% of all advanced sales of away tickets.

Coach travel is also available for this game, pick up points and pricing are as follows:

1st pick up Chandos 5.30pm

2nd pick up Royal Sovereign 5.400pm

3rd Pick up Eccles Town Hall 5.55pm

4th pick up Dog and Partridge 6.05pm

5th Pick up The Salford Stadium 6.25pm

£11.00 all classes

Tickets can be purchased from the AJ Bell Ticket office or by calling 0161 786 1597.

Replica shirts selling fast!

With the Red Devils just 80 minutes from Wembley, and all replica shirts 15% off there has never been a better time to get yourself kitted out in the latest Salford Red Devils merchandise.

Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com – 11/02/2017 – Rugby League – Betfred Super League – Salford Red Devils v Wigan Warriors – The Salford Stadium, Salford, England – Salford’s Mark Flanagan.

 

Supporters are urged to act quickly however, as stock is limited and replica apparel is in high demand at the moment

This sale is only for a limited time so don’t miss out! Clothing can be purchased here or at the Raging Bull Stand at the ground on matchdays.

Red Devils lose out to Tigers

The Salford Red Devils fell to a 38-14 defeat at the hands of league leaders Castleford Tigers at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle on Friday night.

Todd Carney came into the side, alongside Dan Murray and Jordan Walne, making his firs appearance of the season, as Head Coach Ian Watson used his squad to cover for a number of injuries.

The game started off on a even keel but it would be Castleford who scored first, Greg Eden diving over in the corner.

The Red Devils hit back instantly with a try of their own, Gareth O’Brien made a superb read with the ball in hand an exploited a gap to score.

Castleford responded with a quick-fire double, with tries from Ben Roberts and a second for Greg Eden, with Luke Gale adding a penalty goal to the tally.

With the clock ticking down towards halftime, the Red Devils cut the deficit through Kris Welham, who received the ball after a superb break from Rob Lui and scored.

Just after halftime came one of the defining moments of the match, the Red Devils moved the ball wide, and Jake Bibby looked to have scored, only for the video replay to reveal a knock on in the process.

From this reprieve, Castleford took full advantage and quickly added two more tries to their total through Monaghan and Hardaker.

Bibby did manage to make a mends for his earlier error, diving into the corner to score for Salford and keep the game alive for the Red Devils.

The Salford fans were celebrating again shortly after as Niall Evalds scooped up a dropped ball by Hardaker to reach away and score, only for the video referee to once again deny the Red Devils.

This was quickly followed by another Monaghan try, and the Tigers went to record yet another Super League win, cementing their place at the top of the table, whilst the Red Devils remain in 3rd place.

Salford Red Devils: O’Brien, Bibby, Jones, Welham, Evalds, Carney, Dobson, Tasi, Tomkins, Murray, Murdoch-Masila, Lannon, Hauraki, Lui, Griffin, J.Walne, Krasniqi

Last time we met: Salford Red Devils vs Castleford Tigers

Take a look back at the last time we met Fridays opponents, Castleford Tigers.
The Red Devils ran out 13-12 winners in a nail-biter at the The Salford Stadium in March, courtesy of a Gareth O’Brien Drop Goal to inflict the Tigers first defeat of the season on them.
Ian Watson’s team travel to Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Friday night, looking to repeat this feat, full ticket and travel information can be found here. 

Ian Watson names squad for trip to Castleford

Head Coach Ian Watson has named his 19 man squad to take on Castleford Tigers at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle on Friday night.

Picture by Chris Mangnall/SWpix.com – 12/05/2017 – Rugby League – Ladbrokes Challenge Cup – Salford Red Devils v Hull KR – The Salford Stadium, Salford, England
Salford’s Rob Lui tackled by Hull’s Liam Salter

Tickets on sale for trip to Castleford Tigers.

Tickets for our trip to Castleford Tigers on Friday 14th July are now on sale and are priced as follows:

Adult: £20

Concession: (Under 16’s, Over 60’s and Full time students): £12

Junior swaps are available from the The Salford Stadium for this game, ground entry prices will increase by £2 on the day.

Coach travel for this fixture is available, pick up times are as follows:

1st pick up Chandos 4.50pm

2nd pick up Royal Sovereign 5.00pm

3rd Pick up Eccles Town Hall 5.15pm

4th pick up Dog and Partridge 5.25pm

5th Pick up The Salford Stadium 5.45pm

£15.00 all classes

 

Tickets and coach travel can be booked from the The Salford Stadium or by calling 0161 786 1574.

Red Devils urge fans to help Swinton survival bid

As rugby league supporters, we all understand that local rivalry between clubs is one of the heartbeats that makes this sport so addictive for players, coaches and spectators alike. 

However there comes a time when it is important to put club colours to one side and show each support, for the greater good of the wider rugby league community. 

Our long time rivals, and local neighbours, Swinton Lions are currently experiencing financial difficulties, and the Salford Red Devils urge of all our supporters to do what they can to support a historic rugby league club, just like our own. 

Red Devils supporters will remember that the Lions came to our aide in our hour of need in 2013, and now is the time for our supporters to reciprocate this solidarity. 

With the Red Devils in action on Friday night against Castleford Tigers, it would be great to see as many Salford supporters attending Swinton’s game on Sunday against Dewsbury Rams. Full ticket information can be found here. 

As someone who played in a number of derby games against Swinton in his time as a Salford player, CEO Ian Blease hopes that the Red Devils supporters will be out in force to support our neighbours, he said;

“It was always a great experience to play in those games against Swinton in front of hugely passionate fans from both clubs. Although the clubs have taken different paths in the years that have followed, it is still hugely important to the game of Rugby League that clubs such as Swinton survive. I urge as many of our supporters as possible to get down to Heywood Road on Sunday and show some support to our closest neighbours.”

Red Devils swoop for Manu Vatuvei

The Salford Red Devils are delighted to announce the signing of New Zealand International Winger Manu Vatuvei from the New Zealand Warriors, until the end of the 2018 season.

Manu Vatuvei try during the New Zealand Kiwis v England match. Four Nations Rugby League. Dunedin, New Zealand. Saturday 8 November 2014. Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.co.nz/SWpix.com

Throughout his career, Vatuvei has been one of the stand out wingers on the International stage, and his immense strength and physicality has earned him the nick name ‘The Beast’.

Vatuvei has been a prolific try scorer for the Warriors, scoring 152 times in just over 200 appearances, and has developed a reputation for being one of the most feared outside backs in rugby league.

Manu joins the Red Devils with immediate effect and Head Coach Ian Watson is excited about the prospect of having him in the squad, he said;

“Manu is great signing for us. He has such an impact on the game from the backfield and is a real handful for opposition defences to deal with. Manu is a winner, and has experience of being in those high pressure, big game situations. He will be able to bring that experience into our existing playing group which will be a massive benefit for our young squad.”

Vatuvei joins a Red Devils team challenging in the top four of the Betfred Super League and preparing for a Challenge Cup Semi-Final, and Watson believes a signing of this calibre is testament to the progress being made by the club;

“I’ve been really impressed by how committed Manu is to come over here and be part of this group. He wants to come here and win things, he is fully prepared to work hard and earn the respect of the rest of the boys through his performances.

Just the fact that a player of Manu’s stature and experience wants to come over and play for Salford shows how far we have come as a team and as a club.”

Red Devils CEO Ian Blease has been working hard alongside Watson to assemble the best possible playing squad going forward, and is delighted to see Vatuvei sign for the club, he said;

“Manu is a massive signing for us, he brings with him so much experience and knowledge which will be hugely valuable to Ian and the boys.

He is such an aggressive and exciting player to watch, and I can’t wait to see him pulling on a red shirt, and ripping in for the Red Devils.”

Manu Vatuvei is available to sponsor, please email garreth.Carvell@Salfordreddevils.net with enquiries.

Red Devils fall short against Rhinos

The Salford Red Devils were on the receiving end of a disappointing defeat against Leeds Rhinos at the The Salford Stadium on Sunday.

Salford came into the game on the back off a confidence inspiring win against Huddersfield the week before, and were hoping to take a big step towards to cementing their place in the top 4.

The game got off to the perfect start for the Red Devils as Josh Wood swept up a spilt ball to dive over and score.

Leeds hit back through Ryan Hall scoring in the corner, which was then quickly followed up by Tom Briscoe dotting down on the opposite wing.

The momentum was now well and truly with Rhinos and it wasn’t long before Kallum Watkins found some space on the right edge to go over for Leeds third try.

Th Rhinos where now on a role and were soon celebrating again, Matt Parcell found a gap in the Salford defence to dive over from close range.

Salford were then dealt another blow as Junior Sa’u was sent to the sin-bin for a high tackle on Watkins.

Leeds took advantage of the extra man, scoring another three tries before the break, through Joel Moon, Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Tom Briscoe, and took a commanding 6-36 lead into the break.

Salford started the second half well and were soon back amongst the points courtesy of a sublime try from Ben Murdoch-Masila.

The Red Devils were soon in again as Michael Dobson found his way through the Rhinos defence to score

The Red Devils were much improved in the second half, but were unable to find a cutting edge, and Leeds extended their lead through Anthony Mullally, putting the result beyond all doubt.

Ben Murdoch-Masila added his second try of the game with 7 minutes remaining before Jack Walker scored on the hooter to round off a 24-50 win for the Rhinos.

Salford Red Devils: O’Brien, Johnson, Welham, Sa’u, Evalds, Lui, Dobson, Tasi, Wood, Kopczak, Jones, Murdoch-Masila, Hauraki, Lannon, Brining, Griffin, Krasniqi

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