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...

THE F.I.R.L. BEGINS AGAIN FROM CREMONA

Via Tiziano Franchini After the recent renewal of the collaboration between Paul Broadbent and the Italian Rugby League. PAUL BROADBENT ALREADY AT WORK The former British Lion, has already started work on the first Rugby league camp of the year organised by FIRL, held on 11th Saturday, February, 2012, at the sports San Zeno sports center of Cremona. The stage began with a press conference in the meeting room of the...

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...

TWO ITALIANS IN SYDNEY

From Davide Bolzoni It is now more than a week that Fabio Nannini, called “Nanno” and Matthew Sands, are in Sydney to improve their technical, athletic, and tacticical knowledge of the Rugby League. Both Sands and Nannini are players from FIRL’s Italian Rugby League Championship, opponents on the field, but friends off it, they have represented their country together, and were members of the team...

Italy and the Czech’s look to build on a New Year

Various This week some good news to come out of Europe with the Czech’s looking to build on last years successes. While it finally seems that things are getting sorted out in Italy with a restructuring of FIRL and a new interim board elected while it come into line with Italy’s Olympic guidelines. CZRLA LOOKS TO BUILD ON SOLID 2011 From Phil Caplan The Czech Rugby League Association has hailed 2011 as, ‘a solid...

More news from Europe

Various Back from a small hiatus, where once again I have been on the road at a conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. I was hoping to meet up with some of the Avalanche guys here but unfortunately scheduling we just couldn’t make it work. None the less, there is lots of news from Europe this week. The Czech’s have been active as have the Italians and in the UK the tri-county series has ended with Cumbria the winners!...

Russian Rugby League and Internationals

By Daniel Andruczyk This week saw some great games of Rugby League played throughout the world. With World Cup qualifiers and also the opening to the 4 Nations as well as the European Tri Nations. Fiji and PNG also played a game in PNG while some interesting YouTube clips of the Russian Rugby League have surfaced. Also the Rumour mill resurfaces today with significant news. But first some news from the Malta Rugby...

Italy Take the Last Spot and Russia are Slavic Champions!

Various Italy have grabbed the last spot to make it to the World Cup in a dramatic fashion. They drew with the Lebanese and go through on Point difference. The Russians retain their ttile as Slavic Champions defeating the Serbians in the Milan Kasanovic Cup. ITALY RUGBY LEAGUE MAKE IT TO 2013 WORLD CUP IN DRAMATIC FASHION From Phil Caplan There were tears aplenty and high emotions on both sides in Belgrade as Italy...
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