It takes all different kinds of journeys to reach the top in professional sport. For some, the path to stardom is straightforward: get spotted from a young age, stand out at junior level and progress through to first-team level without a hitch. But not every player has such a hassle-free path: take Rowan Milnes, for…

This content is for subscribers and members only. To join for only £2 per month, click below!
Login Join Now
Previous article“I feel refreshed.. life’s good” – Lee Radford on his Hull sacking, Andy Last, his new role in rugby union – and whether he’ll ever return to rugby league
Next article“I couldn’t take it any more” – Joe Wardill on the pain and anguish of four hip operations, retirement and returning to rugby with Dewsbury