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...

EUROPEAN RUGBY LEAGUE COACHES PASS NEXT TEST

From Phil Caplan, RLEF The RLEF’s three-year project to implement a standardised technical strategy, which will produce accredited coach educators throughout the regions, continued in Dublin this week with the Western European candidates completing the second of the three phase programme. Two Irish, three Dutch, three Norwegian and three Swedish delegates, plus Roderick Attard from Malta Rugby League who was unable...

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...

Impressive Starts in the World Cup

By Daniel Andruczyk This weekend represents the start of the official International Season. 12 teams have been involved in games across 4 continents. Australia, European North America and the Middle East have seen matches played in different tournaments. World Cup Qualifiers The World Cup Qualifiers kicked off on the weekend with I guess no real surprises in the results. The teams full of overseas players had some...

GB Tours Greece and Norway Euro Shield Squad

By Various Today, some more news from Europe with GB Pioneers touring Greece and also Norway announces their squad for the weekends Euro Shield. GREAT BRITAIN STUDENT PIONEERS BEGIN TOUR TO GREECE From Phil Caplan, RLEF Media Office Great Britain Student Pioneers’ seventh tour has begun with the select side playing three matches in eleven days against Greece XIII beginning tomorrow (5th July), with all the games...

FRANCE, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND TO FIGURE IN AUTUMN INTERNATIONALS SERIES

From Phil Caplan, RLEF Media Officer The Rugby League European Federation has announced that France, Scotland and Ireland will face each other in a round robin international series over the autumn. Each nation will host a match and with the Celtic nations having recently been accorded full member status by the Rugby League International Federation, they will be classed as the first Test matches between them. French...

The weekends wrap up – Part 1

By Daniel Andruczyk Rugby league is now in full swing around the world. Many countries are into their domestic seasons and on the weekend there were 11 that had matches and there was an international played in France too. In part 1 results for Australia, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Papua New Guinea and Jamaica: Australia – NRL In the NRL round 13 was completed. Canterbury 4-38 Manly, Parramatta 14-14 St...

An Interesting Weekend, While Silly Season is Upon Us

By Daniel Andruczyk It’s State if Origin Time and so this means Australia’s Silly Season has arrived where NSW and QLD head to what can be described as Australia’s annual Civil War. Lots of domestic results from around the world and I have a great weekend with exciting news from Europe and experiencing the USA’s biggest spectator sport. But first results from around the world from this weekend. NRL It was a...
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