4 Ways to Fix International Rugby League – Part 3

By Daniel Andruczyk In the last two blogs I have looked at three  out of four points on how to improve the international game. One is to unify the rules, second is to clean up the player eligibility rules, third to professionalise the RLIF. Today I continue outlining my fourth point, my solution to fixing the international schedule. I look in detail of how the regional and pan global tournaments would work....

4 Ways to Fix International Rugby League – Part 2

By Daniel Andruczyk Today I continue my thoughts on how to fix the sport internationally. Yesterday I talked about the player eligibility and also rule unification. Today I talk about the structure of the governing body and also begin to discuss a meaningful international structure. 3. Professionalise the RLIF and structure the sport. Believe it or not, the RLIF is not a professional organisation and does not even...

4 Ways to Fix International Rugby League – Part 1

By Daniel Andruczyk First things first. Sunday saw Wales play their first game in the rugbyleague.com European Nations Cup. They Were able to overcome a spirited Serbian team 88-8 at Smederevo’s famed fortress Stadium. The win put them into second place just behind Ireland who they take on in next weeks clash at Pontypridd. __________________________________________________ 2008 saw the pinnacle of Rugby League...

What a weekend!

By Daniel Andruczyk Three major international rugby league tournaments continued or began this weekend: The Gillette 4 Nations, the rugbyleague.com European Nations Cup and the SP Brewery Pacific Nations Cup. Altogether 12 of the worlds top nations have been involved in fixtures this weekend. The weekends fixtures kicked off with the Gillette 4 Nations. It was a weekend of Local Derby’s in this tournament where...

The International Season Is Here!

By Daniel Andruczyk Who said that Rugby League is not an international sport! The second half of the rugby league international calendar kicked off last Saturday, 10th October, in Sydney with the Australian Mediterranean Cup (AMC). This tournament involved 4 teams, Italy A (the proper Italian team is involved in another tournament), Greece, Malta and Portugal. The first round saw the Greeks and Italians have strong...

Welcome to the Rugby League International Scores blog!

Rugby League International Scores welcomes you to its new blog! Daniel Andruczyk will publish weekly his thoughts on the international game drawing on his personal experiences and interactions with people in the world of rugby league. Topics will cover a range of subjects such as the structure of rugby league internationally to discussing results from around the world and views on the sport in general. So I hope...
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