South Africa congratulate Australia and New Zealand on winning right to host 2017 Rugby League World Cup

From Phil Caplan, RLEF media The Rugby League International Federation today announced that Australia and New Zealand were jointly successful in winning the right to host the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, ahead of a bid from South Africa. Chairman of the bid committee and RLIF vice chairman, Nigel Wood said: “The bid from South Africa was very strong, prepared professionally and clearly demonstrated a passion for...

Australia and New Zealand announced as the hosts of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup

From SAfRL media The Rugby League International Federation today announced that Australia and New Zealand were the successful bidders to host the 2017 RLIF World Cup. The joint bid was one of two bids, with South Africa being the other nation bidding for the honors to host this prestigious event. Chairman of the bid committee and RLIF Vice-Chair, Nigel Wood said “This was not a simple decision but with fans of...

Rugby League World Cup 2013

By Daniel Andruczyk For Coverage and Updates of the 2013 Rugby league World Cup you can follow on the following links: http://www.rugbyleagueinternationalscores.com/index.php/worldcup/ http://www.rlwc2013.com/   Daniel Andruczyk’s email:...

Our movement grows visibly

From Joel Morgan, FIRFL media FIRFL Statement, President Massitti The Federazione Italiana Rugby Football League is convinced our rugby league movement is growing visibly, David Massitti says “Last season we have got a lot of important numbers – says the federal chief executive – and I personally found the finals thrilling, which was played between Gladiators Roma and Falchi Pian Del Bruscolo...

Decisions Down Under have Effect Internationally

By Daniel Andruczyk Finally the New Rugby League Commission in Australia have announced the new leader for the NRL. The person they have chosen is Its a decision that came out. David Smith is a Welsh Banker and has links closer to Rugby Union than League. This is on the heels of probably one of the biggest and most influential decisions to be made in rugby league, the banning of the shoulder charge. Though these are...

Putting Your Money Where your Mouth is.

By Daniel Andruczyk Often I read on various sources people complaining about this and that subject. In particular I pay most attention to the International Game, and how its image and exposure can be improved. Very often I have come across people that have great ideas, but seem not to take any initiative to try and get them off the ground. Sometimes if someone wants to support the international game or a nation its...

Science and Sport Together.

By Daniel Andruczyk Over the last few years I have been privileged to meet many people in Rugby League. Whether they are players administrators or just crazy fans who love the game and will follow it anywhere, I certainly fall under that last category. However, something that I have come to realise is that no matter how much we all love the sport and try to be on top of it, no matter how many forums there...

Report from the USA

By Daniel Andruczyk So its getting to some interesting times here in the USA. The finals are upon us. Last weekend saw both the AMNRL and USARL semi-finals happen and we now have the Grand Finalists set for both competitions. The three Philadelphia teams in both comps failed to reach the grand finals and we see two of the usual suspects in the Grand finals, namely the New York Knights and Jacksonville Axemnen. These...
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