Wheelchair sides return to training

Domestic Wheelchair Rugby League returns to training in the coming weeks ahead of the 2022 season. Up in Deeside, Wales’ oldest team, North Wales Crusaders return to training this Friday 6-8pm at Deeside Leisure Centre and Ice Rink. To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 info@crusadersdisabilitysportsclub.co.uk Down in Ebbw Vale, […]

World Cup fixtures to be released on Friday

All 32 teams across the 21 nations participating in the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions have fully committed to the tournament which will kick off on 15 October at St James’ Park, Newcastle The rescheduling has impacted only 5 matches (4 match-days) across the 61-match schedule General admission tickets and hospitality for all 61 matches […]

Wales name squad for Wheelchair international v Scotland this Saturday

Wales Wheelchair head coach Stephen Jones has named a nine-player squad for the test against Scotland at Glyndwr University in Wrexham this Saturday (kick-off 12.45pm). Against Ireland a fortnight ago, Jones fielded an experimental line-up and he’s doing the same this weekend, with just Jodie Boyd-Ward, Mark Williams and Harry Jones remaining from the 62-48 […]

Wales Wheelchair name their squad to face Ireland on Saturday

Jodie Boyd-Ward will create Wales Rugby League history on Saturday as she becomes the first ever female skipper of a predominantly male international side, when she co-captains Wales Wheelchair against Ireland at Glyndwr University in Wrexham on Saturday (kick-off 12.45pm). The 29-year old, who helped Leeds Rhinos to the Super League and Challenge Cup double […]

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