Wales Rugby League have named their squads for this weekend’s international matches against England, with the women’s match taking place at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington on Friday (6pm) and the wheelchair encounter on Saturday at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield (12.30pm). The women’s match is being shown live on Sky Sports […]
In the latest instalment of Gwylio’r Cymry, we look at how Wales internationals are getting on with their club sides across the world.
Wales Rugby League will be running U16s and U17s international teams in 2021 and are delighted to announce the coaching staff for this years U17’s representative programme. Paul Berry will lead the coaching team as Head Coach, replacing Lee Crooks who has decided to move to a wider role with Wales Rugby League in a […]
By Barry Andrews in Edinburgh Jason and Jamie Reynolds from Tredegar made history on Saturday after becoming the first ever father and son to appear in the same Wales international rugby league side. Jason, 39 and Jamie, 15, starred for the Wales Wheelchair side as they beat Ireland 96-16 and Scotland 102-18 in Edinburgh. The […]
Wales have won their fifth Wheelchair Rugby League Celtic Cup trophy in a row after comprehensive wins over Ireland and Scotland in Edinburgh on Saturday. The Welsh have an unbeaten record in this tournament, which was suspended last year to Covid-19 and have now won all ten games in the five competitions. Ireland took the […]
We analyse how Wales internationals are getting on with their clubs in the latest edition of Gwylio’r Cymry.
By Barry Andrews The Celtic Cup wheelchair rugby league tournament is returning this Saturday, with Scotland Rugby League and Oriam, Scotland’s Performance Sports Centre at Heriot-Watt University hosting the three-team event. The Celtic Cup is played between Scotland, Wales and Ireland who all play each other once over the space of one day. The hosts, […]
Gwylio’r Cymry takes a look at how Wales internationals are getting on with their clubs in rugby league divisions across the world.
In the latest instalment of Gwylio’r Cymry, we analyse how Wales internationals are getting on with their club sides across the globe.
Wales Rugby League have named a 24-strong Wales Women’s squad out of which they’ll select their 17 for the test match against England in Warrington in exactly one month’s time on Friday June 25 (kick-off 6pm). Eleven players remain from the first ever squad in 2019 who went on to beat England Lions, with a […]