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Catch Up Rugby League: Part 1

By Various Yes, sorry once again. My work and travels have got to me and I find myself doing some catch up Rugby league with news and happenings around the world. This will most probably be plat into a few articles over the next day or two so please bare with me. But as many of you would know its been a roller coaster ride for the sport in many countries. So lets go! 2012 EUROPEAN BOWL ANNOUNCED From Phil Caplan,...

GB Pioneers to make History in Poland

By Daniel Andruczyk The Great Britain Pioneers will be part of Rugby League history in July when they will undertake the first ever Rugby League tour to Poland. Three matches will be played on the 1st, 4th and 7th as well as a series of training sessions to help the local players. The last year has seen Rugby League start to take its first steps in Poland. Led by Łukasz Łucka, the first Rugby League club has been...

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...

Did You Hear That?

By Daniel Andruczyk … Yes! Did you hear it again… that is two loud cracks coming from somewhere over there. I have heard these before. Oh yes, there it is Rugby League has shot itself in the foot again… oh no! It did it twice! Look the writing was on the wall for David Gallop, for many reasons. David Gallop was the leader that Rugby League in Australia needed, the 10 or so year he served he did probably the...

Europe Summer Internationals

From Various It seems that the Game in Europe is continuing to power on. Though not everything is perfect at least a regular set of international competitions is now established and teams know that they have set internationals that they can look forward to in the year. Malta and Denmark had the first of their two matches for the year whilst the European Shield is now 1/4 of the way through their 2 year competition...

Growth in Europe

By Daniel Andruczyk These last two weeks I have been on the road again, yes my job keeps me quite busy and so finding time to see what is happening in the world og Rugby league is at a premium, but I still manage it. This week I have been able to visit upon an interest of mine and went back to Lodz to see how things are going in Poland. Also some more good work in Russia being done as well as the RLIF have an...

JRLA RECEIVES GOVERNMENT RECOGNITION

From Romeo Monteith The Jamaican Rugby League Association has received recognition from the Sports Development Foundation and with it a fixed monthly administrative grant. Chairman Ventley Brown, who led the negotiations with the SDF, was jubilant after receiving the news. “The Board members of the JRLA are delighted about the gaining this financial and professional recognition,” he said. “We will now continue to...

Pope: USARL Players Eligible for Tomahawks

From Rugby League World So I finally managed to get on the interesting article where Apple Pope, the captain of the USA Rugby League team, the Tomahawks basically says that USARL players are eligible for the tomahawks. If you are looking for it, its the first page, third column, second paragraph.   Daniel Andruczyk’s email: daniel@rugbyleagueinternationalscores.com
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