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LeagueCulture shared Magyar Ligarögbi Szövetség's post.

Great achievement!
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RLIF Chairman, Nigel Wood meets Hungarian Rugby League Federation. You can read his summary below: It was a great pleasure to meet the directors and officials of the Hungarian Rugby League Federation. They are an extremely commited and dedicated group of rugby league enthusiasts who are working very hard to promote the sport and take their national team to the Emerging Nations World Championships next year in Sydney. They will deserve every success that their endeavours deliver. All around the world there are great people doing great deeds on behalf of the sport and in Hungary those people are Zsolt Lukács, Bálint Mézes, Gyula Herpai and many others. #rugbyleague #rugbyXIII #rugby #rlif #rlef #hrlf #rfl

4 hours ago

Great achievement!

last Tackle Episode 2.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dByUbtQBkk
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Get a behind the scenes look at the historic Toronto Wolfpack home opener at Lamport Stadium.

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LeagueCulture shared Jamaica Rugby League Association's post.

Latest from Jamaica.
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NCC Results from Saturday June 24. Redsharks, GC Foster and Spanish Town all gain wins.

2 days ago

Latest from Jamaica.

LeagueCulture shared Red Star Belgrade Rugby League Club's LOV NA TITULU POČINJE!.

Red Star Belgrade Rugby League Club
Red Star: The Hunt for the Title
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BORBA, KRV I ZNOJ! ├┤🏉⚔️ "LOV NA TITULU POČINJE" 🏆 -PODRŽI ZVEZDU! 🔴⚪ #czv13 Hunt for the title begins! #RedStar13 🌐➜ www.rlkcrvenazvezda.com 📷 ➜ instagram.com/red_star_rugby_league Video editing by Crveni Kengur Media

2 days ago

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NCC Results from Saturday June 24. Redsharks, GC Foster and Spanish Town all gain wins.

2 days ago

LeagueCulture shared Hong Kong Rugby League's photo.

HKRL's Battle of Origin making waves in the local media in a game won by the South 30-14 against the North.
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HKRL's Battle of Origin making waves in the local media in a game won by the South 30-14 against the North. Read more about the growth of rugby league in Hong Kong at news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1338091-20170624.htm How good is League! #hkrl #rugbyleague #origin #sport #asia #hongkong #news #rthk #rugby #league #footy

2 days ago

HKRLs Battle of Origin making waves in the local media in a game won by the South 30-14 against the North.

Live USARL Tampa v Central Florida

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LIVE Broadcast from Tampa Catholic High School

3 days ago

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Some great news two of RLN junior players. Ola Magnus Brekk and Bendik Trones are off to UK on 29th of June to spend 10 days training with Saddlewoth Rangers. What they don't know is they will also train with one of the UK's super league teams academy's. All will be revealed in coming week. But we must thank that team for the privilege of letting our players train with your academy.

4 days ago

LeagueCulture shared Futbol A 13 Chile Rugby League's photo.

In the city of antofagasta second region the Colectividad De Colombianos Residentes En Antofagasta chile is in talks to start a Colombian team in chile so that they can learn from this project a new sports discipline and so have the opportunity to represent To your country for the rfl 13 Chile Viva Latinos United
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LA RFL 13 CHILE Y COLOMBIA SE UNEN POR EL FÚTBOL 13 💪💪 En la ciudad de Antofagasta segunda región la Colectividad De Colombianos Residentes En Antofagasta Chile esta en conversaciones de iniciar un equipo a base de colombianos en Chile para que puedan aprender a base de este proyecto una nueva disciplina deportiva y así tener la oportunidad de representar a su país para la RFL 13 CHILE VIVA LOS LATINOS UNIDOS 👏👏👏

4 days ago

In the city of antofagasta second region the Colectividad De Colombianos Residentes En Antofagasta chile is in talks to start a Colombian team in chile so that they can learn from this project a new sports discipline and so have the opportunity to represent To your country for the rfl 13 Chile Viva Latinos United

LeagueCulture shared Last Tackle's photo.

Episode 2 of Last Tackle this saturday
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Can't get enough TWP action? This Saturday, catch the release of Episode 2 of our monthly Docu-Series 'Last Tackle' at 12 pm ET! #MeetThePack and go behind the scenes with the team as they embark on an unprecedented journey, bringing professional #RugbyLeague to North America for the first time! ⏰12pm ET/5pm BST 🎥 www.LASTTACKLE.tv

5 days ago

Episode 2 of Last Tackle this saturday

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5 days ago

Jordan Thompson the Rugby League fan who caused a stir at Queens.

www.tennis.com.au/news/2017/06/21/getting-to-know-jordan-thompson
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6 days ago

LRLF RECEIVE PRESIDENTIAL BACKING

The President of the Republic of Lebanon, Michel Aoun, has welcomed a delegation from the Lebanese Rugby League Federation to the presidential palace in Baabda.

The invitation was to formally back the Cedars’ appearance in the forthcoming Rugby League World Cup, where they will initially face co-hosts and favourites Australia, along with England in Sydney and France in Canberra, in Pool A of the tournament.

Six domestic players will be part of the squad and the president encouraged the Lebanese community to support them in their quest.

LRLF president Mohamed Habbous, general secretary Sami Garabadian, CEO Remond Safi, LRLF Director Mikhael Shammas and Cedars players Raymond Sabat, Toufic El Hage, Imad Chidiac, Wael Harb, Ali Abou Arabi and Robin Hachache were presented to the president, offering him the gift of a playing shirt in exchange.

“It is with honour that we presented President Aoun with the Cedars jersey,” said Habbous. “We are excited at the opportunity to see the entire, passionate nation supporting our team in the World Cup. The domestic player’s inclusion in the train-on squad is a huge step forward for our local development.”
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7 days ago

LRLF RECEIVE PRESIDENTIAL BACKING

The President of the Republic of Lebanon, Michel Aoun, has welcomed a delegation from the Lebanese Rugby League Federation to the presidential palace in Baabda.

The invitation was to formally back the Cedars’ appearance in the forthcoming Rugby League World Cup, where they will initially face co-hosts and favourites Australia, along with England in Sydney and France in Canberra, in Pool A of the tournament.

Six domestic players will be part of the squad and the president encouraged the Lebanese community to support them in their quest.

LRLF president Mohamed Habbous, general secretary Sami Garabadian, CEO Remond Safi, LRLF Director Mikhael Shammas and Cedars players Raymond Sabat, Toufic El Hage, Imad Chidiac, Wael Harb, Ali Abou Arabi and Robin Hachache were presented to the president, offering him the gift of a playing shirt in exchange.

“It is with honour that we presented President Aoun with the Cedars jersey,” said Habbous. “We are excited at the opportunity to see the entire, passionate nation supporting our team in the World Cup. The domestic player’s inclusion in the train-on squad is a huge step forward for our local development.”

LeagueCulture added 2 new photos.

Jamaica Defence Force jumps to top of Table in National Club Championship.

The National Club Championship (NCC) continued on Saturday June 10 with three matches.
GC Foster College, Liguanea Dragons and Jamaica Defence Force all gained victories.

The Jamaica Defence Force made it 2 wins from as many matches after a narrow 16-10 win over Spanish Town Vikings. Veteran Prop Shaneal Brown making the difference for the soldiers with two tries to his name.

Standings:
1st Jamaica Defence Force – 6pts, 2nd Duhaney Park RedSharks-3pts, 3rd GC Foster College Lions 3pts, 4th Liguanea Dragons 3pts, 5th Washington Bulls 3pts, 6th Spanish Town Vikings 0pts and 7th Vauxhall Vultures 0pts.

Round 2: Results.

Game 1, Sat. June 103. (Up Park Camp) 1pm
GC Foster College 28 def. Washington Bulls 6

GC Foster 28:
Tries: Steve Miller (1), Jason Campbell (1), Marlando Anderson (1), Shamar Creary (1) Romeish Smith (1),
Goal Kick: Kareem Harris (2), Stephen Scott (2).

Washington Bulls 6:
Tries: Percival Rose (1)
Goal Kick: Stephan Williams
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Game 2, Sat June 10. (Up Park Camp) 3pm
Liguanea Dragons 40 def. Vauxhall Vultures 4

Liguanea Dragons
Tries: Adrian Hall (3), Jerome Ottey (1), Michael McFarlane (1), Romario Wright (1),
Goal Kick: Adrian Hall (3)

Vauxhall Vultures 4
Try: Tiege Jackson
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Game 3, Sat Jun 10 (Up Park Camp)
Jamaica Defence Force 16 def. Spanish Town Vikings 10

Jamaica Defence Force 16
Tries: Shaneal Brown (2), Kamoy Ferguson (1),
Goal Kick: Ramone Carr (2)

Spanish Town Vikings 16
Tries: Samoi Smith (1), Odane Christy (1),
Goal Kick: Linval Green

Round 4 continues on Saturday June 16th with 2 matches; Washington Bulls versus Duhaney Park RedSharks at 2pm and Jamaica Defence Force versus Liguanea Dragons 4pm. Both games are at Up Park Camp. On Sunday June 17th, GC Foster College hosts Spanish Town Vikings at 3pm.
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Jamaica Defence Force jumps to top of Table in National Club Championship.

The National Club Championship (NCC) continued on Saturday June 10 with three matches. 
GC Foster College, Liguanea Dragons and Jamaica Defence Force all gained victories.

The Jamaica Defence Force made it 2 wins from as many matches after a narrow 16-10 win over Spanish Town Vikings. Veteran Prop Shaneal Brown making the difference for the soldiers with two tries to his name.

 Standings:
 1st Jamaica Defence Force – 6pts,  2nd  Duhaney Park RedSharks-3pts, 3rd GC Foster College Lions 3pts, 4th Liguanea Dragons 3pts, 5th Washington Bulls 3pts, 6th Spanish Town Vikings 0pts and 7th Vauxhall Vultures 0pts. 
 
Round 2: Results.  

Game 1, Sat. June 103. (Up Park Camp) 1pm
GC Foster College 28 def. Washington Bulls 6

GC Foster 28:
Tries: Steve Miller (1), Jason Campbell (1), Marlando Anderson (1), Shamar Creary (1) Romeish Smith (1), 
Goal Kick: Kareem Harris (2), Stephen Scott (2). 

Washington Bulls 6:
 Tries: Percival Rose (1)
Goal Kick: Stephan Williams
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Game 2, Sat June 10. (Up Park Camp) 3pm
Liguanea Dragons 40 def. Vauxhall Vultures 4

Liguanea Dragons 
Tries: Adrian Hall (3), Jerome Ottey (1), Michael McFarlane (1), Romario Wright (1), 
Goal Kick: Adrian Hall (3)

Vauxhall Vultures 4
Try: Tiege Jackson
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Game 3, Sat Jun 10 (Up Park Camp)
Jamaica Defence Force 16 def. Spanish Town Vikings 10

Jamaica Defence Force  16
Tries: Shaneal Brown (2), Kamoy Ferguson (1), 
Goal Kick: Ramone Carr (2)

Spanish Town Vikings 16
Tries:  Samoi Smith (1), Odane Christy (1), 
Goal Kick: Linval Green

Round 4 continues on Saturday June 16th with 2 matches; Washington Bulls versus Duhaney Park RedSharks at 2pm and Jamaica Defence Force versus Liguanea Dragons 4pm. Both games are at Up Park Camp. On Sunday June 17th, GC Foster College hosts Spanish Town Vikings at 3pm.

LeagueCulture added 2 new photos.

Round 3 Results & Standings from Jamaica
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1 week ago

Round 3 Results & Standings from Jamaica

LeagueCulture shared Jamaica Rugby League Association's video.

Jamaica Rugby League Association
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Washington Bulls Romaen Gully Campbell scores one of his 2 tries versus Duhaney Park on June 17.

1 week ago

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THIS SATURDAY we take on The Royal Navy RL team in an Armed Forces Day match at Camborne RFC

1 week ago