Do you want to play Wheelchair Rugby League for Wales?

Following today’s Rugby League World Cup 2021 fixtures announcement, Lyndon Price, the Wales Wheelchair side’s assistant coach and the South and East Wales Wheelchair Rugby League insport Development Officer, is advertising for new players.

Wheelchair Rugby League in South Wales is about to enter its most exciting time to date, working in partnership with insport and Disability Sports Wales.

Are you a wheelchair athlete of any sport and you think have what it takes to represent Wales in Wheelchair Rugby League?

The Welsh national side are currently ranked third in the world after winning four successive Celtic Cup titles, and will be facing Scotland, USA and France in next year’s tournament.

There is still time to register and play for a club before the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup kicks off on November 11 2021.

Wales Wheelchair Rugby league is building on the work already done by North Wales Crusaders at the top end of the country.

WRL recently announced that it is the strategy for all of their community rugby league clubs to have a Wheelchair team. Torfaen Tigers are the first existing WRL community club in East Wales to have started a Wheelchair team, whilst West Wales Raiders have also launched a team based in Llanelli.

Wheelchair Rugby League is about to explode on the scene in a very big way and if you have a desire to be involved in this rapidly growing sport, with clearly defined pathways to international and elite sport, contact Lyndon Price on 07957 949224 or email