In our latest feature with members of the elite train-on squad for Wales’ men’s team ahead of Rugby League World Cup 2021, we speak to Gavin Bennion, who has joined League 1 side Rochdale Hornets for next season.
As the countdown to Rugby League World Cup 2021 continues, we’ll be speaking to each of the players in the elite train-on squad for Wales’ men’s team, starting with Salford Red Devils winger Rhys Williams. The 30-year-old, who made his Wales debut back in 2008, is currently the all-time leading try-scorer and joint-top of the […]
With a full round of Super League and NRL fixtures last weekend, our Around the Leagues reports are back, looking at how internationals from Wales’ senior men’s team are getting on with their clubs.
North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League and Disability Sports Club are forming their own physical disability rugby league (PDRL) team, aiming to compete in the 2021 season.
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) tournament organisers have today revealed the much-anticipated fixture schedule for what promises to be the biggest and best World Cup in the history of the sport as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams all compete at the same time in a major sporting first. Wales will be represented […]
An update from Gareth Kear, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wales Rugby League… Following a webinar meeting on Wales Rugby League’s ‘phased return to play strategy’ with all key stakeholders including all clubs, match officials, coaches, international pathways and volunteers, I am pleased to confirm that from August 1, outdoor structured and sanctioned rugby league […]
With Wales’ men’s team based in Preston for Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021), Wales Rugby League (WRL) is entering an exciting partnership with Preston City Council and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) to make sure the tournament leaves a lasting legacy in the city.
Wales halfback Ollie Olds has called time on his rugby league career.
With 500 days to go until the opening fixture of Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021), tournament organisers have announced that Wales’ men’s squad will be based in Preston and the wheelchair squad will locate themselves in Sheffield for next year’s tournament.
In our latest Around the Leagues report, we’ve taken a look at how senior Wales internationals are getting on with their club sides.