Logo unveiled and Lebanon Rugby League updated live!

By Daniel Andruczyk Exciting development, the new Rugby League International Scores Logo news that on Saturday we will have the Lebanon Rugby League Championship final updated live on Rugby League International Scores. News on the Dutch and Norwegian domestic competitions and also from Canada. The struggle between Club and Country also continues. Rugby League International Scores Logo The new logos for Rugby league...

Thank the Maker for the Ditch!

By Daniel Andruczyk Well those of us who are Antipodeans will know what the title refers to, and no its not some mass grave somewhere. I offcourse refer to the Tasman Sea and that it separates us and the Eastern Territory – New Zealand. I say this with love, I don’t say it with anything against our brothers, I only say it because its the only thing that keeps us from continually sending our sporting teams over to...

The Storm in a Salary Cap.

By Various Authors This issue of the blog sees a variety of people writing in their opinions on the whole Melbourne Storm and Salary Cap issue. As everyone by now knows last week the Melbourne Storm were found to have breached the salary cap for the last 5 years. Their punishment was that they had 3 minor premierships, 2 premierships stripped off them and $1.7 million in fines and returned winnings. Also they have...

Don’t Tell Us We Don’t Have a Team!

By Daniel Andruczyk No unfortunately this is not the promised blog on the Storm controversy, that is coming, I still need to get the summary of the weeks international results out, and am awaiting on some more info. But in light of that the Storm and their fans showed that the one thing you should never do to an Australian is tell them they cant do or have something! The Storm certainly showed that. In Serbia the...

The Magic of the Cup.

By Daniel Andruczyk This weekend showed why the English and for that fact anyone who loved Rugby League loved the Challenge Cup. My time in England saw me grow to love a few teams, Catalans, Leeds and Barrow. This week all teams and a few others showed why knockout Rugby can be so good. Fiji Secondary schools had their semi finals, I managed to catch up with some of the Cronulla Sharks players and see their match...

Germany Win Scandinavian Cup, Central Asian Tour, Tonga and the Round Up.

By Daniel Andruczyk There is a massive amount of international Rugby League this week to cover! The GB Pioneers are touring Central Asia in July and have announced their matches. Also Tonga have got a schedule of their matches to me while Melbourne have been usurped of their top spot in the NRL. Super league is getting closer to its first big day of the season and Lebanon is also getting close to the end of the...

News from the Pacific Islands and Germany has a New Strip.

By Daniel Andruczyk But first a round up of the weekends results. In the NRL the Sharks broke their streak, the Super League had is Easter double round and Lebanon is nearing the conclusion of its domestic competition. The Germans unveiled a new looking jersey and some news on Samoa’s year of Rugby league. In Fiji the Quarter Finalists of the Secondary Schools competition are decided and news from Canada. National...

Controversy Reigns in the NRL

By Daniel Andruczyk This week saw some absolute howler referee decision in the NRL that has brought into question the standard of refs. Super league continues to draw the surprises, Lezignan powers on to the minor premiership in France and Lebanon has some surprise results as well. The Jamaican University Championships came to a close as well. National Rugby League As we have seen in previous years teams that do...
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