Wales Rugby League (WRL) has launched an #InLeagueTogether campaign to celebrate rugby league’s proud history in Wales and the ongoing vision to create opportunities for everyone.
Wales Rugby League (WRL) is working with Cardiff Metropolitan University to offer internships to students and provide them with an opportunity to help showcase all the work being done by the sport’s governing body.
Just over a year in post, Wales Rugby League CEO Gareth Kear has reprioritised the organisation setting it on, what he believes, will be a path to greater growth and relevance in the country under the strapline ‘future is bright.’ “I believe in inclusion and equality and am immensely proud that these values have been […]
There are new positions to apply for at Wales Rugby League. We are looking for a women’s national side assistant coach, plus there are a number of team manager positions available Please click on the links to apply… Women’s national side assistant coach Team manager roles
Wales Rugby League are delighted to be one of just seven sports in Wales who have been offered a share of the Welsh Government’s £17.7 million funding package to help spectator sports that have been severely impacted by the pandemic. Rugby league has been offered £200,000 to assist Betfred League 1 sides North Wales Crusaders […]
Wales Rugby League have been accredited with the insport Ribbon Award from Disability Sport Wales. The insport standards are a part of the broader insport project, which aims to support physical activity, sport and leisure organisations to deliver provision inclusively of disabled people. The Ribbon marks the first phase of a commitment to inclusivity, with […]
The Preston office of Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading business rescue and recovery firm, has joined Preston City Council and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in partnering with the Welsh national team to welcome them to the City for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. The tournament, which kicks off next October will be […]
Wales Rugby League have continued to be active during this lockdown period by running a number of online courses for their members. WRL held their own “Mental Health Week” from October 26-31 with the “Rugby League Cares” charity hosting two online Zoom meetings – “Managing Emotions” hosted by Keith Senior and Paul Wood, and “Challenging […]
Wales Rugby League chairman Brian Juliff has joined the board of the Rugby League European Federation (RLEF). Juliff takes his place on the European Board immediately and will carry out his duties alongside his role as chairman of the board at Wales Rugby League, having held this position since 2012. He was voted into the […]
Wales Rugby League CEO Gareth Kear has become part of a new working group set up by Cardiff Council to find a way to honour and promote the history of the City’s great rugby league players. Kear, himself Cardiff born and bred, has been passionately vocal for some time about the need to honour our […]