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Our Queensland Latino squad had another competitive session with Queensland Irish today. Good fun all-round.

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Half time 16 - 6. Canada needs to work hard in the next 40. Ball control and patience in attack.

RLIF announces 14 teams to compete in the Commonwealth Championship

Having received expressions of interest from 17 Commonwealth nations, the Rugby League International Federation has announced the 14 teams who will participate in the 2018 Commonwealth Championships to be held in Moreton Bay, Queensland in February 2018.

Following their success in the 2014 Commonwealth Championships, held in Glasgow, Papua New Guinea will be defending their men's title alongside the hosts Australia, England , Scotland, Fiji, Samoa, Wales and Tonga.

In the Women's competition, hosts Australia will be joined by Canada, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga and the Cook Islands.

Chairman of the RLIF Nigel Wood commented:

"The Commonwealth Championships provided a colourful and exciting competition in Glasgow during 2014 and we look forward to two exciting tournaments in 2018 in Queensland."

"Given the pace of the development of Women's Rugby League we are delighted to announce the expansion of the female event to six nations and RLIF wishes to thank Moreton Bay and Queensland Rugby League for their support in staging these Championships."
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RLIF announces 14 teams to compete in the Commonwealth Championship
     
Having received expressions of interest from 17 Commonwealth nations, the Rugby League International Federation has announced the 14 teams who will participate in the 2018 Commonwealth Championships to be held in Moreton Bay, Queensland in February 2018.

Following their success in the 2014 Commonwealth Championships, held in Glasgow, Papua New Guinea will be defending their mens title alongside the hosts Australia, England , Scotland, Fiji, Samoa, Wales and Tonga.

In the Womens competition, hosts Australia will be joined by Canada, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga and the Cook Islands.

Chairman of the RLIF Nigel Wood commented:

The Commonwealth Championships provided a colourful and exciting competition in Glasgow during 2014 and we look forward to two exciting tournaments in 2018 in Queensland.

Given the pace of the development of Womens Rugby League we are delighted to announce the expansion of the female event to six nations and RLIF wishes to thank Moreton Bay and Queensland Rugby League for their support in staging these Championships.

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THE FINAL MESSAGE FROM THE OWNER Well here it is. The final game as the South Wales Ironmen is almost upon us, and I won’t lie, it has been a tough 2 months. When we took over, the club was in a poor state, with debt, no way of generating revenue, players abandoning the club for one reason or another and, to top it all off, only 6 days to transfer deadline. All that said and done it has been an exciting challenge and I would like to thank all the players, staff and supporters who have continued to make sure the club continues in South Wales. It’s not all doom and gloom though, we have managed to pick up a win and a draw and given some of the young lads the exposure they need to move up a level. These are the positives, however with the positives come the negatives and, with the world of social media, the negatives seem to be more prominent. From the outside, people will have their own opinions about how the club has been run before and after the takeover and what we should do going forward. As with all clubs wishing to improve, the constructive comments will always be taken on board and, where possible, be introduced into the club. For myself and my fellow directors, the staff and players have done really well, doing exactly what was needed to see this year through with zero budget, and that was to give it everything they had and to look ahead to next year, because let’s be honest, they could have all deserted a sinking ship. So now to the positives. Due to the hard work on and off the pitch we can safely say that the club is out of debt and, has even made some profit on our recent home games at Stebonheath. We now have a home ground we can call our own, and at the last game against North Wales Crusader, our hospitality package was fully booked. We have had an average gate of 200 – 250 in our last three games and, while people think that is poor, just remember that we only moved there two months ago, and to top it all off we have already secured some sponsorship for next season. Considering we took the club over with less than 2 months of the season remaining I would say that is a successful end to a season that almost saw rugby league in South Wales disappear. So what next?? Well, we know we have a steep hill to climb to get things back on track. The club has obviously moved to West Wales, almost back to where the journey started, and we have to engage with the old, the existing and the new fans, as well as continuing our work with all the schools that we started 4 years ago. People have different thoughts on this but, for us, it is the juniors and younger players that need the opportunities, and we have to find the balance of young and old . Unfortunately, the club will be rebranded once again, and will pick up the name West Wales Raiders, although this is part of a long term plan that we have put in place. There has been some considerable debate over this but, as the raiders are already established in the West, it is the most logical choice. The Director of Rugby will be working hard to establish the coaching pathways from Juniors all the way to the 1st Team and this will consist of the schools, the colleges, universities and community clubs, and the club will also offer any assistance possible to the aforementioned. The commercial team will be working hard trying to raise the profile of the sport, and gain some investment in the club and the sport as a whole in South Wales . Personally, I think they have the hardest job in the shortest space of time. For the board, and the club, the biggest thing of all is to build bridges with everyone from community clubs to suppliers and, hopefully, try and bring the sport together, oh and of course win a few games along the way. As soon as everything is sorted you will all be the first to know. We hope we can count on your support to help build this fantastic sport of rugby league and put Wales on the map, because I know we have the talent, as the juniors have shown this year. We now just have to make ourselves stand up and be noticed.

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In Northern Chile the second region of antofagasta took place a great development for the development of football 13 rugby league in the country with the further development and dissemination of teams a meeting with the manager of a rugby workshop Interested in the idea of getting into this sport the dt Aldo Francesco Demontecristo which is also part of the team Fútbol A 13 Rugby League Nomades Antofagasta antofagasta his team grizzilies bears is currently made up of several young people who seek to impregnated of this sport and be One of the first teams in Northern Chile along with nomads and sharks.
Grizzlies will join to learn the rules of this sport to become a solid club with different adult and female youth branches with the aim of creating greater competition in the region to reach more young people through the dissemination of talks and even form selected futures National for chile
Guillermo Artiaga was part of this management congratulations and we welcome grizzlies to la rfl13 chile
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MOMENTO HISTÓRICO EN ANTOFAGASTA DE XV A XIII 🏉 En el norte de Chile segunda región ciudad de Antofagasta tuvo lugar un gran acontecimiento para el desarrollo del Fútbol 13 Rugby League en el país con miras aun mayor desarrollo y difusión de equipos se logro una reunión con el encargado de un taller rugby quien le interesa la idea de incursionar en este deporte el dt Aldo Francesco DeMontecristo el cual también forma parte del equipo Fútbol A 13 Rugby League Nomades Antofagasta Antofagasta su equipo Grizzilies Osos actualmente esta conformado por varios jóvenes que buscan impregnarse de este deporte y ser uno de los primeros equipos en el norte de Chile junto a Nomades y Tiburones. Osos Grizzlies se sumara a aprender las reglas de este deporte hasta llegar a formar un club solido con diferentes ramas juvenil adulta y femenina con el objetivo de crear una mayor competencia en la región llegar a mas jóvenes mediante la difusión de Charlas E inclusive formar futuros seleccionados nacionales para Chile Guillermo Artiaga fue participe de esta gestión felicitamos y damos la Bienvenida A Grizzlies a la RFL13 Chile 💪💪

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In Northern Chile the second region of antofagasta took place a great development for the development of football 13 rugby league in the country with the further development and dissemination of teams a meeting with the manager of a rugby workshop Interested in the idea of getting into this sport the dt Aldo Francesco Demontecristo which is also part of the team Fútbol A 13 Rugby League Nomades Antofagasta antofagasta his team grizzilies bears is currently made up of several young people who seek to impregnated of this sport and be One of the first teams in Northern Chile along with nomads and sharks.
 Grizzlies will join to learn the rules of this sport to become a solid club with different adult and female youth branches with the aim of creating greater competition in the region to reach more young people through the dissemination of talks and even form selected futures National for chile
Guillermo Artiaga was part of this management congratulations and we welcome grizzlies to la rfl13 chile

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Hottest match of the season when we take on Widnes Tigers at the Manchester Regional Arena 16th September 3:30PM. Don't miss the chance to watch the club get its first silverware if we can get this one last win.

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Hungary vs Malta Rugby League Test Match Saturday 14th October 2017 at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta (Sussex St Cabramatta, Sydney). 7:00pm kick off! Please share this with your friends and any Hungarians you know!

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CHAMPIONSHIP RUGBY LEAGUE FUTBOL 13 💪 4 PAÍSES CADA CON SUEÑOS COMPETIVIDAD ESFUERZO Y SOBRE TODO UNIDOS POR UNA PASIÓN FÚTBOL 13 RUGBY LEAGUE NOVIEMBRE 17 & 18 CHILE OCTAVA REGIÓN LOS ANGELES ARGENTINA COLOMBIA MEXICO CHILE

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STAY AFTER THE WOLFPACK MATCH TO SEE THE WOLVERINES TAKE ON THE USA!

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Had a ball in our combined training session with Queensland Irish yesterday. They taught us the finer points of how to use EuroTag Rugby League as a training tool and after a while our boys got the hang of it.

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Team song and celebrations in dressing room after though win against Redcliffe Dolphins this afternoon. Video credit Rolf Kekedo

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A snippet from Rugby League Ireland QLD and Friends vs Latin Heat - Rugby League AU in a training game EuroTag Rugby League. A great joint session.

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Full time Netherlands 28-24 Sweden Sweden with a great fight back, but Netherlands held on. Cracking game.

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