The Ystrad Mynach based college, Coleg y Cymoedd, have become the official academy partners of Wales Rugby League. The partnership, which is now to be known as the “Wales Rugby League National Development Academy” is the only Rugby Football League officially accredited dual academy in Wales, and are committed to producing the next generation of […]
Wales Rugby League men’s international player Rhodri Lloyd, along with other players from the WRL family, will soon be taking part in a unique world-wide charity run in support of Save The Children’s Yemen appeal. From Wednesday 1st July 14:00 GMT until Sunday 5th July 17:00 GMT, 100 volunteers, along with guest runner, the British […]
Wales Rugby League’s head of communications and historian, Ian Golden, reviews Carolyn Hitt’s BBC documentary and explains why he felt a few more minutes screentime would have added to the story. So who watched last night’s BBC2 documentary “Codebreakers”? If you didn’t, you missed a treat, but don’t worry, you can still see it on […]
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 […]
In our latest Around the Leagues report, we’ve taken a look at how senior Wales internationals are getting on with their club sides.
Llantwit Major based Mark Jones has been reappointed as the Wales Rugby League National Development Manager after four and half years away from the role. The 49-year old first joined WRL in 2009 and spent six years in the National Development Manager role where we headed up school, junior and community development, was the team […]
We take a look at how senior Wales internationals got on in the latest round of rugby league fixtures.
Tom Ashton struck in the final four minutes as Hunslet edged a classic Challenge Cup tie with North Wales Crusaders to book their place in the fifth round. Crusaders led from the 30thminute up until Ashton’s late winner and had looked fairly comfortable at 18-10 as the game entered the final stages. Hunslet had plenty […]
In our latest Around the Leagues report, we take a look at how senior Wales internationals got on with their club sides.
In one of the few surviving matches of Storm Ciara, Underbank Rangers out-thought and out-defended West Wales Raiders to go through to the fourth round of the Coral Challenge Cup. In regards to this fixture, with no disrespect to either side, it was hard to see which result would have been a “Cup shock”. West […]