Wales Rugby League are holding more online courses in January and February to prepare everyone for the new season, when the sport is allowed to recommence. The courses, both of which start the week commencing January 25, are as follows… Tuesdays 7-8.30pm for three weeks – Time To Listen Course – all Child Welfare Officers […]
Wales Rugby League are pleased to announce a strategic development partnership with North Wales Crusaders.
Up and down Wales, our clubs, coaches and volunteers have been supporting their communities during the tough months of the pandemic. This week, the National Lottery’s Dedicated To…campaign is shining a light on the grassroots sporting heroes that have been keeping us all going – mentally and physically – since Covid-19 hit the headlines earlier […]
This week, the National Lottery Dedicated To…campaign celebrates our grassroots sporting heroes for their community spirit during 2020. Covid-19 may have changed the way we go about our lives but one thing remains the same: our clubs are the very heart of our communities. And when it comes to commitment to rugby league and disability […]
Torfaen Tigers have been named as the fifth and final team that has been selected to participate in the 2021 Peacock Cup. The Peacock Cup is a charity wheelchair rugby league tournament hosted by North Wales Crusaders in aid of Hope House Children’s Hospice in the memory of Crusaders supporter, Thomas Jones who sadly passed […]
Wales RL U16 international Lewis Pinder has signed U19 forms with Super League club Wigan Warriors. Wrexham-born, the 17-year old started his rugby league at Wrexham Bradley Raiders, where he was coached by now Wales Wheelchair RL head coach Steve Jones and his son, the current Wales Wheelchair RL international Harry Jones. He’s also been […]
Wales Rugby League CEO Gareth Kear has taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 rugby league season in Wales with immediate effect. This decision was taken after consulting all of the community rugby league clubs in an emergency meeting held on Tuesday night, and the WRL board have been informed. Further more, no structured […]
Most community rugby league clubs in Wales are now back in training, with nearly 700 players registered with the governing body and raring to go. It is predicted that over 1,000 community players will take to the field in 2020 when safe to do so. All clubs have been following guidelines that were instructed by […]
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.
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 […]