RFL Launches ‘The Rugby League of the Extraordinary’

Via the Rugby Football League, UK The RFL has today launched a pioneering marketing campaign – ‘The Rugby League of the Extraordinary’ – to attract new audiences to the sport. The campaign celebrates the amazing feats and human endeavours in the sport of Rugby League and goes live next week across outdoor media sites in Manchester. Players from the eight competing teams in the 2012 Super League...

Colonial Cup 2012 Teams Announced

By Daniel Andruczyk The teams for this years annual Colonial Cup series between the USA Tomahawks and Canada Wolverines have been announced. Also I have come across some interesting articles, history wise once again, via our good friend Steve Mascord. He posted an article written by Lyle Beaton on the French Domestic competition back in the 1950’s. Also things have got to the point in  PNG where the government have...

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,...

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...

Some News from Europe

From Various Some sad news today with the passing of Hervé Guiraud, also the Parliamentary Rugby League group has been active in England while BARLA announce a new head coach. RUGBY LEAGUE EUROPEAN FEDERATION PAYS TRIBUTE TO FRENCH CHIEF From Phil Caplan The RLEF has sent its condolences to the family of Hervé Guiraud, the Secretary General of the French Federation who died yesterday. A former France international,...

While we Wait!

By Daniel Andruczyk Once again I need to apologise for being away for a while. With my new job and moving to Princeton I have a lot on my plate and time is a precious commodity. Also I am preparing for a job interview! Anyway as we all know, last week the venues for the group stages were announced, yet we still await on the semis and final announcement. Much debate has gone on about which city should get it and I...

Digicel Cup down to nine

By Daniel Andruczyk Some news from around the world today, reaching from the corners of the Pacific and to the USA and Europe. News from Papua New Guinea where the Digicel Cup has been reduced to nine teams, also it finally seems that the PNGRFL will have their AGM. In the USA the Donnybrook Cup is getting closer and it also seems like there is a full international calendar for the Hawaiians. PNGRFL elections THE...

Controversy Reigns in the 4 Nations

By Daniel Andruczyk The 4 Nations, is in its 1/2 way phase and controversy reigns. While the Welsh have shown their improvement from their match last week. New Zealand though expected to win, should have been a more dominating team. There is still some work to be done against the English next week in Hull. While in the Australian Game against the English rookie referee Henry Perenara made 4 crucial mistakes that...
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