Controversy in Oz Shows Big Problems with TGG

By Daniel Andruczyk Once again, it’s been a while since I posted last. The new job has been taking up most of my time with lots of exciting new projects as well I have been interviewing for Professorships. But the Rugby League world continues on and a lot has happened in the last few weeks, but one of the most important and controversial issues once again involves the selection process of players for the...

More Great News Form Europe

Various Some more great news from Europe this week with new affiliate members being accepted, The War of the Roses in swing with Cumbria winning the opening round and Lebanon and Italy battling it out for the last world Cup qualifiers. Russia and Serbia though won’t be going home empty, they will be fighting it out for the Slavic Cup. RUGBY LEAGUE EUROPEAN FEDERATION FORMALLY ADMITS FOUR NEW MEMBERS From Phil...

RLIS is Back on Board

By Daniel Andruczyk I am back from my two weeks of travels. I would love to say that its been a nice relaxing time, but I have been hard at work the whole time both in my physics and also Rugby League. Much has been happening in the world of Rugby League, and so lets do a bit of a round up of the last two weeks. Congrats to Simon and Kathy Cooper … and Germany! First up I would like to extend my congratulations...

Lots of News From Around the World

By Various This week there has been lots of great news from around the world with the development of the sport. in Germany there is an U16 tournament while in North America teams are gearing up for the USARL grand final and Colonial Cup. Also some news out of the Ukraine. JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL TEAMS HEAD TO GERMAN FESTIVAL From Phil Caplan Rugby League Deutschland will host the first European Youth Rugby League...

RLIS TV – Scandinavian 9s 2009 – Final Highlights

By Daniel Andruczyk May 30 saw the inaugural Scandinavian 9’s Rugby League Tournament played in Oslo, Norway. 8 teams from around Europe cam to play and the final featured the German U18’s come up against the London ANZACS who were a joint Australian and New Zealand team of players based in London. The Antipodeans went on to win but not after a bit of a scare from the German youth. Highlights of the...

RLIS TV – Scandinavian 9s 2009 Rugby League Round Highlights

By Daniel Andruczyk The Scandinavian 9’s were held at the end of May in Oslo Norway. Six teams participated in the Inaugural event with two groups of three. Alpenstopff Deutschland and the London ANZAC’s won their respective groups to play off in the Final. With teams from Norway and Sweden there was a nice international flavour to it. Here are some of the highlights from the round matches. A separate...

RUGBY LEAGUE EUROPEAN SHIELD – GERMANY 36 MALTA 12

From Phil Caplan, RLEF Media Office Even the presence of Crusaders half back Jarrod Sammut could not prevent Malta from slipping to defeat against Germany, as the hosts triumphed 36-12 in the second match of the European Shield, in Hochspeyer. Scrum half Jimmy Keinhorst was the star for the Germans, racing in for four tries, his hat trick touchdown two minutes into the second half, to establish a 22-6 lead, the...

Results Galore as Europe is in Full Swing

By Various This week, after another hectic schedule due to travel and conferences with my job, I am finally able to get back and start doing some reporting on the game again. Some results coming through with internationals and also domestic comps in Italy. RUGBY LEAGUE EUROPEAN FEDERATION – EUROPEAN SHIELD – MATCH 1 NORWAY 32 GERMANY 28 – Bislett Stadion, Oslo Two-try stand off and man of the match Tye Ingebrigsten...
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