Russian Rugby League Makes New Friends in Hawaii

From Keith Whitelock, Overseas Marketing manager, RRL I’m not going to lie, the main reason I flew 10 hours to the beautiful islands of Hawaii was for a much needed holiday, but that didn’t stop me from learning a bit from Sean the man behind the burgeoning success of our great game in Hawaii. If I was impressed by the progress made in just one year by the Hawaiian Rugby League, I left even more...

South Africa Plays on

By Daniel Andruczyk A lot has been happening over the weekend and fortunately or unfortunately (depending on how you see it) is revolves around International Rugby League. I see it as fortunate as it keeps the games international growth in the eye of the fans and media, however there are still some very interesting attitudes about International rugby League out there. But some news, where this thread started first...

Disasters and Rugby League

By Daniel Andruczyk As all of you know, Tropical Storm Sandy hit the east coast if the United States last week. Many people have been effected by the storm predominantly along the shore line in New Jersey and Long Island New York. Fortunately myself, my house in Princeton was left with only cosmetic damage and I myself was in Rhode Island where the storm was not so ban and was able to ride it out. But there are...

Rugby League Reforming Youth

By Daniel Andruczyk One of the nicer things I get to do with my line of work is that I travel and have the opportunities to meet new people in Rugby League. I of course refer to my physics work and this week have been in Providence, Rhode Island at a conference. Of course Providence is the home of the Rhode Island Rebellion owned and run by Lawrence Almagno. However, what is probably less known is that, through...

Winter is Coming

By Daniel Andruczyk In the words of the Stark’s “Winter’s coming”. Maybe in the Game of Thrones this mean that the white walkers are coming to wreak havoc but at least in the Rugby League worlds it means that the International Season is in full swing. Yes you guess it I have been watching a bit of game of thrones recently reason being (Aside from lots of work) a back injury has had me layed up in bed the last week ...

Big Weekend of Internationals

By Various A big weekend of internationals has just passed us. The Colonial Cup ,as well as the European Shield have been completed. The Aussies had a scare in Port Moresby where the Kumuls almost beat them. The Tomahawks took out the 2012 Colonial Cup and Russia have taken a very commanding lead in the European Shield. Also a list of up coming international fixtures over the next couple months. Colonial Cup 2012...

Opportunities Missed

By Daniel Andruczyk USA Tomahawks 36 – 14 Canada Wolverines The United States for a third year in a row have won the Colonial Cup. The win now takes the USA to a 75% win-loss record for the year and maintains their dominance over the Canadians. The first game in Toronto saw the Americans also Win 28-24 and this win gave them the 2-0 lead to take the cup. The match was a case of opportunities lost for the Canadians....

Autumn Internationals are Here

By Various The Autumn International Series is upon us. There are many, many internationals being played over the next couple months. This week we see three internationals kick things off with The Colonial Cup, Euro Shield and Australia v PNG. Also coming up are the European Cup and also European Tri-Nations tournaments with Australia taking on new Zealand in Townsville as well. EUROPEAN SHIELD PREVIEW: GAME 6 –...
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