Mead Stirs up a Storm

By Daniel Andruczyk Once again interesting times for Rugby league this week. Hot on the heals of this years Origin selection controversies, we seem to have a new one already for for next year. But in some ways I think this one could be more good news than bad. Also a small comment on the reaction to the Moroccan Rugby League affair. David Mead Turns His Back on PNG Yesterday is was reported that David mead, a Papua...

A Topsy Turvey Week

By Various This week has seen some good and bad news in the world of Rugby League. As it is this is the way it goes sometimes. News about Larrat stepping down in France, the Bradford Bulls going into administration and the State of Origin Selection farce rears its head once more, these are never good, but there also have been some great positives. Lebanon are preparing for their tour of Canada, BARLA had a...

International Rugby League Takes Centre Stage

By Daniel Andruczyk This week there have been many exciting announcements in International Rugby league. The venues for the last two rounds of the World Cup have been announced and though no real surprises in the end a very good choice has been made. More news on the World Club Challenge also came out this week with the expansion looking like a likely event. Plus some interesting news to come out from Australia with...

Controversy in Oz Shows Big Problems with TGG

By Daniel Andruczyk Once again, it’s been a while since I posted last. The new job has been taking up most of my time with lots of exciting new projects as well I have been interviewing for Professorships. But the Rugby League world continues on and a lot has happened in the last few weeks, but one of the most important and controversial issues once again involves the selection process of players for the...

Heartlands Win Out in World Cup Draw

By Daniel Andruczyk Today the 2013 Rugby League World Cup venues have been released. In a fairly conservative move the heartlands of Rugby League in England have been chosen over a few new cities looking to promote the sport more. While all this is taking place, underhandedly the Aussies once agin show that they are bullies in the sport and are looking to undermine the sport internationally. Also in Australia there...

CZRLA 2011 State of Origin Result

CONTACT: Andy Mulhall – andy.mulhall@rlef.eu.com The CZRLA West team, made up of players from the Prague & Beroun clubs, as well as Chrudim, are the 2011 Czech Representative Champions. West, with the majority of their players coming from the 2010 CZRLA champion team & 2010 league leaders at the midway point in the 2011 domestic season – Beroun Black Panthers – scored the 1st 3 tries of the...

One Hell of a Week

By Daniel Andruczyk So Today I had to endure my first ever real Tornado threat. We had one touch down just north of the city and everyone were on standby.  Luckily it didn’t last long and there was no damage, still I am not sure I’d want to come across one of these things. But getting back to Rugby League, Well the first shots of the annual Civil war have been fired and first blood has been drawn by the...

Uate’s Selection Shows What’s Wrong in Rugby League

By Daniel Andruczyk Its silly season again, where New South Wales and Queensland take each other on in that Civil War that is State of Origin. However what many don’t realise is that State of Origin has basically become a somewhat crusade of mercenary players. Players who are ditching their nation of heritage to basically get a fatter pay check. Of course I am referring to Akiula Uate’s selection for the Country...
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