WRL looking after the welfare of all their personnel during lockdown

Wales Rugby League have pledged to look after the welfare of all personnel from their domestic clubs and international sides during this lockdown period, and are constantly communicating to all, primarily via WhatsApp groups and Zoom webinars. Spearheaded by CEO Gareth Kear, WRL are driving this through all pathways, looking after the well-being of players […]

About Cardiff Blue Dragons

Here’s the second in a series of articles about our clubs who participate in Wales Rugby League’s community programme, primarily written by the clubs themselves. Wales’ biggest rugby league club in 2019 with over 200 registered players was Cardiff Blue Dragons. They have become a well-established brand in Cardiff rugby circles since it found its […]

FREE update to the WRL charity publication

Wales Rugby League’s head of media Ian Golden has published an eight-page update to his charity publication, “100 Months of Rugby League in Wales” that was launched in May this year. This has been produced as a PDF – Click to download here. The update, which now ensures that the whole of the 2010s is chronicled, […]

WRL chairman Brian Juliff’s New Year’s Eve message

PIC – Brian inducts Dai Watkins into the Wales Rugby League Hall of Fame, earlier in 2018. As 2018 draws to a close I wanted to thank everyone for their support to Wales Rugby League during the year. After returning home from RLWC2017, we faced questions about our strategy and direction following some very tough […]

Welshman stars in GB Masters game

Caerphilly’s Chris Thomas has become Wales’ first ever “Masters Rugby League” international player after starring for Great Britain against Australia on Saturday. Thomas, one of the younger Masters at 40 years of age was born in Caerphilly, playing rugby union for his home town club. After leaving the Royal Engineers, where he was first introduced […]

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