Wales Retain Title and Spot in 4 Nations

By Daniel Andruczyk So what to make of the weeks results? The European Cup certainly has thrown up some interesting, yet positive debate I feel. For the first time in a long time I think we can genuinely talk about who really is the 4th best country in the world of Rugby League? There are now three contenders Papua New Guinea who are in the current 4 Nations and Wales and France who played out an absolute thriller...

So International Rugby League is Dead…

By Daniel Andruczyk … Well according to Dean Richie at the Daily Telegraph. Sometimes I wonder how the hell a supposed journalist and supposed Rugby League fan get a job at a major newspaper like that. So Dean wrote an “article” in the Telegraph on Tuesday the 26th of October with one of the most inaccurate and arrogant titles “Bumbling Brits killing International Rugby League”. In this article Dean Ritchie...

Yin and Yang

By Daniel Andruczyk In a week when Rugby League should be celebrating with two superb Grand Finals in Australia and England, news comes of controversy surrounding the round 24 betting scandal and teams going into administration. But aside from that there still was much Rugby League played around the world. From Australia to Serbia Domestic season continue. Australia The domestic Rugby League season came to...

A Tragic Week in the Rugby League World.

By Daniel Andruczyk Though there were many results from around the world it was the tragic news that the rugby league world awoke to this week. One of Great Britain’s hard men was found dead in his Orrell home. Terry Newton of course was no stranger to controversy. The Hooker tested positive for Human Growth Hormone. He subsequently was banned by the RFL for two years and then was sacked by Wakefield. Despite this...

The Song and Dance for Another Year – Sponsor Opportunities for Russia

By Daniel Andruczyk A fairly long blog post, so please bare with me. A few more nations domestic season are coming to an end or have their grand finals ready. A few play-off series have begun as well. Rugby League on show in Munich, Germany and this past weeks Rugby League nations are starting to release their squads for the upcoming Autumn/spring internationals and the usual shenanigans of country swapping has...

International squads start to be announced

By Daniel Andruczyk This week the regular Super League and NRL season came to an end and the play-offs confirmed and there are some absolutely fantastic games, worthy of Grand Finals, this week to see. In Fiji the Major Semis were played out and the second last round in PNG. International squads from 5 nations have been announced as well, from Tour, to the 4 nations, European Cup and Colonial Cup. National Rugby...

Revamp of the Video Ref

By Daniel Andruczyk So I was thinking about the latest referee controversies and how things may be solved. So I have one possible idea, and am curious to see what people think and if they can find any holes in it. But first some round ups of results from around the world, where of course the Challenge Cup takes pride of place. Challenge Cup Last weekend saw the final of the Challenge Cup played between Warrington...

Wigan Take the First Silverware

By Daniel Andruczyk This week in the Super League Wigan have taken their first silverware since 2002, by taking the league leaders shield. In Australia, the NRL is has many places still up for grabs while through Europe and the pacific there are championships coming close to their end. In Hunslet, Jamaica took on the GB Community Lions in their warm up to the Floodlit 9s tournament. National Rugby League In the NRL...
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