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This is the single most important Rugby League story today and possibly this year. Competitive close games with players living and playing in the countries they represent in a region we had barely ever considered with a few heritage players and organisers in place to make it all work. This is Rugby League expansion done right!
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Emotions on a high as Chile 🇨🇱 defeats Argentina 🇦🇷 32-12 in the final of the 1st Latin American #RugbyLeague Championships, held in Los Angeles, Chile. Colombia 🇨🇴 edged Brazil 🇧🇷 22-18 in the playoff for third place. #LatinHeatRL #LatAmChamps #FuegoLatino #NRL

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This is the single most important Rugby League story today and possibly this year. Competitive close games with players living and playing in the countries they represent in a region we had barely ever considered with a few heritage players and organisers in place to make it all work. This is Rugby League expansion done right!

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Latin Heat - Rugby League AUOnce we upload the video I think you'll be impressed with the standard at such an early stage too.

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The Hungarian National Rugby League team is on tour to Thailand. Beside having the international fixtures, they did coaching clinics in rural Thai schools. Priceless experience for all involved!
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A mai napon a HRLF és a magyar ligarögbi válogatott, a Magyar Bulls, bemutatókat tartott vidéki thai iskolákban. Különleges élményben volt részünk, egyben örülünk, hogy hasonló élményt adhattunk!

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The Hungarian National Rugby League team is on tour to Thailand. Beside having the international fixtures, they did coaching clinics in rural Thai schools. Priceless experience for all involved!

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International rugby league news, and it's not RLWC 2017. How great development is that for our sport?!
The Magyar Bulls will play against the Phillipines tomorrow in a tournament in Thailand. Here is the Hungarian line up.
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A kezdési időpont megváltozott!!! 17:30 helyi idő szerint 11:30 magyar idő szerint A Magyar Ligarögbi Szövetség megnevezte kezdőcsapatát a vasárnapi Fülöp-szigetek elleni teszt mérkőzésre a Thaiföldön rendezett tornán. A mérkőzést 2017. november 5-én 17 órakor, magyar idő szerint 11 órakor rendezik, a livestream link itt lesz megtalálható a későbbiekben. Hajrá Magyar Bulls!!! #rugby #rugbyleague #MagyarBulls #HRLF

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International rugby league news, and its not RLWC 2017. How great development is that for our sport?!
The Magyar Bulls will play against the Phillipines tomorrow in a tournament in Thailand. Here is the Hungarian line up.

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HRLF announced its sguad before tomorrows test against the Phillipines.
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A kezdési időpont megváltozott!!! 17:30 helyi idő szerint 11:30 magyar idő szerint A Magyar Ligarögbi Szövetség megnevezte kezdőcsapatát a vasárnapi Fülöp-szigetek elleni teszt mérkőzésre a Thaiföldön rendezett tornán. A mérkőzést 2017. november 5-én 17 órakor, magyar idő szerint 11 órakor rendezik, a livestream link itt lesz megtalálható a későbbiekben. Hajrá Magyar Bulls!!! #rugby #rugbyleague #MagyarBulls #HRLF

3 weeks ago

HRLF announced its sguad before tomorrows test against the Phillipines.

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**Fixture Announcement** RLI - Australia is pleased to announce Australian-Irish first RLIF sanctioned 13 aside match versus a Rest of the World Select XIII. Saturday 11th November at Cabramatta New Era Stadium Kick Off 1pm. Contact this page for more details.

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League Culture are delighted to announce we have a new editor-at-large, Matthew Labourne. Cumbrian based, he has played Rugby League in both Australia and the UK and currently writes Rugby League articles for the Prole Star. Matthew will take over from Stuart Morris whose tireless commitment to Rugby League has laid the platform that we will continue to work on. #LeagueCulture ... See MoreSee Less

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Shameful actions by the BBC allowing RLWC games not to be aired on their channels.

Rugby League, tipped on the TV ratings as the 2nd highest viewed sport averaging around 2 million viewers throughout a Super League campaign, now see's itself forced to the foundations of the sporting basement in the UK. Restricting grass route attractions in areas where Rugby League was once a dirty word.

As this has been tipped to be the biggest World Cup yet, are the actions by the BBC justified?
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BBC coverage makes it hard for UK fans to feel World Cup excitement Scanning the BBC’s schedule of coverage for the forthcoming Rugby League World Cup is bound to deflate the excitement of even the biggest diehard league fan. Yes, England’s games are live on BBC TV, but if you want to follow Wales v PNG live, then you will have to listen on the radio. Scotland and Ireland’s games do not even get that courtesy, at least, not according to the schedule published on the BBC website last week. Looking at the BBC schedule, one feels a little underwhelmed, to say the least. A lot of people in Britain don’t even know that Scotland and Ireland have rugby league national sides. After this World Cup, they probably still won’t, unless they happen to stumble across the Freesport channel at the right times. Freesport has stepped into the breach, for viewers who do not want to fork yet more subscription cash for Premier Sports. But their scheduling seems odd to UK fans, with Samoa v Tonga being shown live instead of New Zealand v Scotland on Saturday November 4. Scotland v Samoa the following week WILL be live, though. Thankfully, so will be Wales v Ireland on November 12, a game which really should be on the BBC. Premier Sports are covering the whole tournament, and are backing it fully, which is to their credit. But they are not amongst the big broadcasters in Britain, and are perceived as catering for minority and niche interests. Overall, the British media coverage feels hit and miss, a little last minute, with the build-up lacking momentum. But this is where rugby league is now. We do not provoke enough interest in the UK as a sport to feature prominently in the TV schedules. But, without that coverage, we cannot hope to grow either, and so currently we find ourselves in a little bit of a Catch 22 situation. The only way that teams like Scotland can hope to attract more youngsters actually living in Scotland to the game is for the national team to be a visible presence in the media. Hopefully, as with the last World Cup, Scotland can produce displays which cut through the media blanket which obscures their achievements currently. And hopefully enough people will tune into the BBC’s TV coverage of England and Wales to make the media bosses realise that rugby league is a viable TV product. Without free-to-air TV showing the games, international RL will continue to be treated as a niche interest. Follow the writer: Zack Wilson Source: Everything Rugby League

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Shameful actions by the BBC allowing RLWC games not to be aired on their channels. 

Rugby League, tipped on the TV ratings as the 2nd highest viewed sport averaging around 2 million viewers throughout a Super League campaign, now sees itself forced to the foundations of the sporting basement in the UK. Restricting grass route attractions in areas where Rugby League was once a dirty word. 

As this has been tipped to be the biggest World Cup yet, are the actions by the BBC justified?

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John HumphriesThey should show all world cup games..

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Des Foy with the first try in the Ireland v USA International at RFK Stadium in Washington DC back in 1996.

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USARL, predominantly made from Domestic players, finds themselves in the media spotlight in Townsville QLD.
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The United States' Rugby League team is determined to flex its muscle on the international stage. www.7News.com.au #7News

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Well fought out clash as the Rabbitohs defeated the Tuks 34-14 in South Africa.

The 10 strong competition has built up slowly over the years despite South African RU pressure and the National team missing out on a World Cup place to a fantastic Lebanon side.

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Well fought out clash as the Rabbitohs defeated the Tuks 34-14 in South Africa. 

The 10 strong competition has built up slowly over the years despite South African RU pressure and the National team missing out on a World Cup place to a fantastic Lebanon side. 

LeagueCulture wishes the South African Rugby League every success.

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Congratulations Futbol a 13 Rugby League Marimán Negrete on winning the inaugural Chilean Super League, defeating Futbol a 13 Rugby League Awkan Nacimiento in the final. Captain Piero Diaz is pictured with the trophy.

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Kedves résztvevők/Cher participants/Dear participants Ezúton is szeretnénk megköszönni látogatásukat, segítségüket, remek sportszerű játékukat a Magyar Ligarögbi Szövetség által szervezett IV. Tournament of Capitals Budapest9s nemzetközi eseményünkön. Részvételükkel hozzájárultak rendezvényünk színvonalának emeléséhez, valamint szeretett sportunk, a ligarögbi, népszerűsítéséhez a közép-európai régióban. Egyúttal szeretettel meghívjuk jövő évi V. Tournament of Capitals Budapest 9s nemzetközi tornánkra, melyet 2018. szept. 15-én rendezünk, a világ másik végéből érkező vendégcsapattal! Nou vous écrivans am sujet du précédent IV. Tournois des Capitals/Budapest 9s. Nous voudrions vous remercier pour votre visite, aide et grand jeu sportif, a cet événement organiser par la Federation. Vous avez votre contributre a élever la norme avec votre participation, et la popularisation de notre sport favorit, la Rugby13 dans la region du Centre-Europe En méme temps, nous voudrons vous inviter a note prochain Tournois de Capitals/Budapest 9s qui sera organiser le 15éme Septembre, 2018 á Budapest We would like to thank you for your visit, your help, the fair play you displayed during the HRLF organised IV. Tournament of Capitals international 9s. Your participation helped to promote the greatest game in our region, in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). We would like to invite you all next years tournament which will be held on the 15th of September with visitors from around the world ! Köszönjük/Merci/Thank you : Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, London and Budapest for hosting! Üdvözlettel/Bien cordialement/Best Regards: Zsolt Lukács, HRLF #rugby #rugbyleague #hrlf #Budapest #Brussels #Paris #Belgrade #London #Warriors #NoviBeograde #Hussards #Gorillas #BRL

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