THE LIONS CRUSH THE ABORIGINALS

By Alan Towle Australian Aboriginals 12 (00) vs. BARLA Great Britain Lions 52 (28) The BARLA Great Britain Lions recorded a second victory on tour with a resounding Test Match win against a very physical & robust Aboriginals side and the scoreline doesn’t match the effort the hosts put in. As poor as the Lions were in their opening victory of the tour at against Coffs Harbour Comets they brought their A game...

SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY LEAGUE ANNOUNCED THE SENIOR TRAINING GROUP TODAY FOR THE 2013 SEASON

From South African Rugby League Media The Rhino’s first match will be against New South Wales Country League at Bosman Stadium in Brakpan, Gauteng on the 18th of October 2013. The New South Wales Team will also play a Gauteng Combined Clubs side the 12th of October 2013. Kobus Botha, President of SARL, was very upbeat, saying: “We have the utmost faith in the coaching staff and the players, and trust they will...

Season Start

By Daniel Andruczyk So after a long break, where well I just needed to recharge and also my regular job got really intense and busy, I am finally able to came back and start writing about the sport I love once more. I’d like to just say a thanks to everyone that did write to me seeing if everything was OK and its nice to know that RLIS is appreciated. But probably by the end of the year there will be changes, but...

Festival of World Cups

By Daniel Andruczyk 2013 is shaping up to be a huge year for Rugby League internationally. Not only do we have the first grade world cup for the men, but there are five other world cups being played as well: Women’s, Wheelchair, Students, Armed Forces and Police Forces. Though there is a website (see here) it seems that they get a small showing on the various media outlets and as always we down play them. So here...

Vanuatu South Sea Tour Kicks Off

From Vanuatu Rugby League The Vanuatu-South Sea Invitational tour will officially kick off this Thursday (21st February), with the core travel group, which consists of current national team players Kunro Kalo, Patrick August, Jason Pakoasongi and Kalpat Kalmar, departing their training base on the Sunshine Coast (Queensland) and heading north for the 12 day tour. The past 4 days have seen the Vanuatu based members...

News from Vanuatu

By Various Once again work has taken up all my time. Sorry for the long break, I hope that in the next week(s) I will be able to get more news and opinions back on the site. Lots has been happening. Various news from Vanuatu Rugby League. Vanuatu Rugby League Boosts Economy From Dane Campbell The results are in – on and off the field Vanuatu Rugby League really are winners – with millions of vatu clocked up in...

John Mannah Passes Away

By Daniel Andruczyk Sad news in the Rugby League world today with Johnny Mannah passing away at the age of 23 after a battle with Hodgkin Lymphoma. Hodgkins Lymphoma is a cancer of the white blood cells called lymphocytes. See information on Hodgkin’s Lymphoma here. John Mannah played prop and played with the Parramatta Eels and also the Cronulla Sharks. Starting his career with the Eels, he was first...

Return of the Samurai

By Daniel Andruczyk The 2013 installment of the Cabramatta International 9s promises to be the biggest and best yet. Once again featuring local teams from around the NSWRL competitions there are many international teams taking part such as from PNG. However the big news is that the traditional crowd favourites, The Japanese Samurais, are returning and Rugby League International Scores was able to catch up with...
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