Wales Rugby League will be playing three international matches at two levels in North Wales next month with Scotland and Ireland both set to visit. The first matches will be played on the weekend of October 16/17 when Wales take on Ireland in both women’s and wheelchair international matches – the wheelchair game on Saturday […]
North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League & Disability Sports Club, which aims to make rugby league accessible to everyone, is appealing for votes in order to be crowned National Lottery Project of the Year. CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR THEM NOW Based in Wrexham and Flintshire, the club has beat off stiff competition from more […]
Wales Rugby League are nearing the end of a successful domestic season that has seen almost a 50 per cent increase in players compared to 2019. The increase has been enhanced by the seven new community clubs who registered for 2021 – four of whom were in North Wales, an area that staged a men’s […]
Following the recent Welsh Government announcement, please click here for the latest update in regards to returning to play Wheelchair Rugby League.
The 2017 Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup was the third in the history of the sport and was retained by France, who beat England in the Final. Held between Thursday July 20 to Friday July 28, it was held in France after the tournament didn’t become affordable to be staged in Australia. Seven teams took […]
Wales received a tough lesson from England on Saturday, as the hosts won the one-off Wheelchair test 102-22, giving the English two wins out of three in their international weekend. Despite Wales having some good spells during the game, England took them to the sword as the Welsh conceded 100 points for the first time […]
Interview by Barry Andrews. Photos by Stephen Halsey New Wheelchair Wales Rugby League international Jodie Boyd-Ward is looking forward to taking on her old England team-mates this Saturday in Sheffield (kick-off 12.30pm). The 28-year old made the switch earlier this year and hasn’t regretted a minute of it, especially after scoring for Wales in the […]
We take a look at how Wales internationals are getting on with their clubs in the latest edition of Gwylio’r Cymry.
Wales Rugby League have named their squads for this weekend’s international matches against England, with the women’s match taking place at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington on Friday (6pm) and the wheelchair encounter on Saturday at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield (12.30pm). The women’s match is being shown live on Sky Sports […]
By Barry Andrews in Edinburgh Jason and Jamie Reynolds from Tredegar made history on Saturday after becoming the first ever father and son to appear in the same Wales international rugby league side. Jason, 39 and Jamie, 15, starred for the Wales Wheelchair side as they beat Ireland 96-16 and Scotland 102-18 in Edinburgh. The […]