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 […]
Salford Red Devils have agreed a groundbreaking strategic partnership agreement with Wales Rugby League, which will focus on the provision of a player talent pathway and coach development. The Wales Rugby League National Development Academy in partnership with Salford Red Devils will be the only RFL accredited Development Academy in Wales and will look to […]
Wigan Warriors prop Ben Flower is the latest player we focus on in our series of features with members of the elite train-on squad ahead of Rugby League World Cup 2021.
By Barry Andrews North Wales Crusaders Physical Disability Rugby League have announced that they have entered into a partnership with England PDRL founding club, the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation. The partnership will allow the coaches at Crusaders to develop their skills and knowledge of the sport within their debut year. It will also see both […]
Torfaen Tigers and Wales U16 international Jermarie Chatham has signed for Super League club Hull FC. The winger, who turned 18 last week, has been at Torfaen since he was 12-years old and came through all of their junior sides before making his first team debut aged 16 and then his full East Wales debut […]
As the countdown to Rugby League World Cup 2021 continues, we’ll be speaking to each of the players in the elite train-on squad for Wales’ men’s team, starting with Salford Red Devils winger Rhys Williams. The 30-year-old, who made his Wales debut back in 2008, is currently the all-time leading try-scorer and joint-top of the […]
With a full round of Super League and NRL fixtures last weekend, our Around the Leagues reports are back, looking at how internationals from Wales’ senior men’s team are getting on with their clubs.
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 […]
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 […]