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The RLIS Videos – European Shield 2007, Czech Republic versus Germany, Prague, Czech Republic

By Daniel Andruczyk This series of blog posts aims to show the different nations, clubs and tournaments that are played around the world. These are video highlights that Rugby League International Scores’ own Daniel Andruczyk has taken in his travels. Here the 2007 European Shield game 2 between The Czech Republic and  Germany in Prague which is the Capital of The Czech Republic. So enjoy. Daniel Andruczyk’s email:...

Why must we move?

By Daniel Andruczyk This week we saw that the NRL and AFL were in “negotiation” about which grounds need to be used for the Soccer World Cup if Australia were to win the hosting rights. Some news from Russia and Estonia on some competition and Jamaica and the USA have some news on their respective competitions. Also I answer a readers question from last week. State of Origin So this week there was the announcement...

All Salute The Greatest Game

By Daniel Andruczyk Wow! How was that for a weekend of Rugby League! The NRL is back in full swing while the ESL keeps throwing up some amazing games at us. France is quickly reaching it double climax with the LER and LDC coming close to their conclusions. Lebanon has reached its half way point and Jamaica’s Uni Championships have their finalists decided. Some more news from the USA and Russia as well. National...

Frustration in Europe Builds

By Daniel Andruczyk Now I am not one to be  negative about Rugby League, but sometimes its a sport that can frustrate the hell out of you. This week I have been hammered with emails expressing the frustrations of nations that nothing has been announced in Europe. It seems that with Kevin Rudd’s leaving the RLEF seems to be a ship without a rudder. No news on his replacement, no news on this years tournaments and no...

Historic Day, Rugby League Season in Full Swing, Rumours and RLIS redesign.

By Daniel Andruczyk There is so much news from this last week to get through. First a redesign of the site. There have been announcements of games in Japan and the knockout comps in France and the UK in full swing. Cook Islands have had their opening round of games while the NRL is about to embark on what is the most exciting season yet. The USA grows with an extra team and splits into two conferences and news of a...

Norway to be a New Rugby League Destination?

By Daniel Andruczyk Last week, Daniel Andruczyk from Rugby League International scores caught up exclusively with Warren Heilig for Rugby League Review. Warren is the president of the Norwegian Rugby League. Warren is in town on Holidays and to also learn new training techniques from the best of the best – The Brisbane Broncos. Warren has big plans for the sport in Norway, but initially I asked about 2009. Norway...

The Magic of the Challenge Cup Returns

By Daniel Andruczyk The Challenge Cup threw up a surprise this week. In Super League we are starting to see the dominance of the ‘Big 4’ being challenged finally. Its coming close to the NRL season start and in the Middle East Saudi Arabia caused an upset. In Jamaica GC Foster college secured their spot in the Final of the Uni Championships and another international is announced in the mid-year. Challenge Cup This...

World Cup 2013 – One Step Forward Two Steps Back!

By Daniel Andruczyk So by now we have all heard that the 2013 World Cup Finals will be at 14 teams. However its the structure and the way teams will qualify which is the truly the interesting part. Apparently 20 teams will only be allowed to fight it out! One step forward, two steps back I say. Lets dissect this and see what it really does for the game and the possibilities of the Cup. 2013 World Cup Gets 20 teams...
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