Wales have been playing the men’s World Cup, and could qualify for the quarter-finals if they beat Papua New Guinea by 23 points next Monday.
Eleven of this year’s Wales men’s World Cup squad started playing rugby league as a junior in Wales, winning Wales U16 and U19 caps on their way to playing professionally in Wales, England and Australia.
Now is the time to start. If you’re in years 8-11, then you can train now with the Wales Rugby League East Wales and West Wales Origin Development squads. You could then represent East Wales or West Wales at U14 or U16 level, which could lead to a full Wales U16 cap. The rest is up to you. This programme is open to girls and boys, as we also now have a Women’s international side who recently won the European Championship B trophy.
Players can still register for the programme by clicking here.
Girls u14s (years 8 and 9)
Girls u16s (years 10 and 11)
Boys u14s (years 8 and 9)
Boys u16s (years 10 and 11)
Islwyn High School, Waterloo, Blackwood, NP12 0NU.
Friday evenings: Girls 7pm-8pm | Boys 8pm-9pm
St Joseph’s Comprehensive, Newton Avenue, Port Talbot, SA12 6EY
Saturday mornings: Girls 10am-11am | Boys 11am-12am
There are also coaching opportunities for the East Wales and West Wales boys U14 and U16 junior pathways.
Please click here to download the details.