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SQUADS NAMED FOR GRIFFIN CUP



Germany host Holland in Osnabrück on Saturday in the fifth, annual Griffin Cup series between the nations. The Dutch have yet to register a victory but last year were defeated only 8-6 and have benefitted from their burgeoning domestic programme in the interim.



The Nationaler Rugby League Deutschland has named a 24-man squad following the conclusion of their inaugural Steeden BundesLeague played between Ruhrpott Rhinos RLFC, Ostwestfalen, Northern Devils and Grüne Jäger.



“The Griffin Cup is an expression of the close contact between the nations,” said Bob Doughton, joint-coach of the German national team. “Our squad contains players who have only played in our domestic league and the competition for places has been strong. The fact that some of our guys have also played in Holland for Amsterdam Cobras gives the match a new twist,” he added.



Dutch head coach Kane Krlic, noted: “We are looking forward to playing Germany again, matches between us always provide an intense contest. We’re excited with the squad we’ve selected, it shows continuity from last year’s team together with the inclusion of a group of new players that have all performed outstandingly in the NRLB Championship. With seven of them under the age of 22, it’s a credit to the development of the game in the Netherlands over the last three years.”



Krilic names six debutants including, for the first time, a heritage player in Coventry Bears’ front rower James Geurtjens.



GERMANY 24-MAN SQUAD

Presley Chirombe, Benedikt Esser, David Ziekursch, Marc Zupan (Grüne Jäger), Liam Bons, Benni Böse, Henning Brockmann, Karsten Brüning, Jannek Hagenah, Florian Frede, Renko Flemming, Maurice Verstraten (Northern Devils), Adam Barrass, Zak Bredin, Eddie Briggs, Philip Hunz, Todd Johnson, Raphael Tokona (Ostwestfalen), Mawuli Amefia, Liam Doughton, Kyrill Goncharev, David Greiner, Joshua Leutenecker, Vivian Seelweger (Ruhrpott Rhinos RLFC)



NETHERLANDS 20-MAN SQUAD

Ciaran Jaras, Daan van Rossum, Marijn Steenland (Amsterdam Cobras), James Guertjens (Coventry Bears), Bonne Wilce (Den Haag Knights), Benji van Bodegraven, Gydo van den Heuvel, Santino Landus, Arie-Tjerk Razoux Schultz, Daniel de Ruiter, Ruben Stuifzand, Hans Verveer (Harderwijk Dolphins), Hannes Bavius, Taco de Boer, Gijs Braanker, Uri Breman, Ben Dommershuijsen, Shadan Lavia, Edson Neves, Thijs van der Zouwen (Rotterdam Pitbulls)
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SQUADS NAMED FOR GRIFFIN CUP

 

Germany host Holland in Osnabrück on Saturday in the fifth, annual Griffin Cup series between the nations. The Dutch have yet to register a victory but last year were defeated only 8-6 and have benefitted from their burgeoning domestic programme in the interim.

 

The Nationaler Rugby League Deutschland has named a 24-man squad following the conclusion of their inaugural Steeden BundesLeague played between Ruhrpott Rhinos RLFC, Ostwestfalen, Northern Devils and Grüne Jäger.

 

“The Griffin Cup is an expression of the close contact between the nations,” said Bob Doughton, joint-coach of the German national team. “Our squad contains players who have only played in our domestic league and the competition for places has been strong. The fact that some of our guys have also played in Holland for Amsterdam Cobras gives the match a new twist,” he added.

 

Dutch head coach Kane Krlic, noted: “We are looking forward to playing Germany again, matches between us always provide an intense contest. We’re excited with the squad we’ve selected, it shows continuity from last year’s team together with the inclusion of a group of new players that have all performed outstandingly in the NRLB Championship. With seven of them under the age of 22, it’s a credit to the development of the game in the Netherlands over the last three years.”

 

Krilic names six debutants including, for the first time, a heritage player in Coventry Bears’ front rower James Geurtjens.

 

GERMANY 24-MAN SQUAD

Presley Chirombe, Benedikt Esser, David Ziekursch, Marc Zupan (Grüne Jäger), Liam Bons, Benni Böse, Henning Brockmann, Karsten Brüning, Jannek Hagenah, Florian Frede, Renko Flemming, Maurice Verstraten (Northern Devils), Adam Barrass, Zak Bredin, Eddie Briggs, Philip Hunz, Todd Johnson, Raphael Tokona (Ostwestfalen), Mawuli Amefia, Liam Doughton, Kyrill Goncharev, David Greiner, Joshua Leutenecker, Vivian Seelweger (Ruhrpott Rhinos RLFC)

 

NETHERLANDS 20-MAN SQUAD

Ciaran Jaras, Daan van Rossum, Marijn Steenland (Amsterdam Cobras), James Guertjens (Coventry Bears), Bonne Wilce (Den Haag Knights), Benji van Bodegraven, Gydo van den Heuvel, Santino Landus, Arie-Tjerk Razoux Schultz, Daniel de Ruiter, Ruben Stuifzand, Hans Verveer (Harderwijk Dolphins), Hannes Bavius, Taco de Boer, Gijs Braanker, Uri Breman, Ben Dommershuijsen, Shadan Lavia, Edson Neves, Thijs van der Zouwen (Rotterdam Pitbulls)

Wolf Hunt take 3rd Midlands Championship

For the third year in a row Sherwood Wolf Hunt have been crowned Division 1 Champions of the Midlands.
The Wolf Hunt travelled to Birmingham on Saturday to take on League Leaders Derby City for the 3rd time this season. In each of the previous games, Derby had taken the spoils convincingly, meaning that the Sherwood side would have to find something extra if they were to compete against a very strong Derby Side.
That they did, dictating the pace of the game throughout. Four unanswered tries from Mason Hardwick (2), Charlie Mason, and Joe Ducker left the Derby side shell-shocked as they struggled to take a grasp of the game. They finally managed a score off the back of a couple of soft penalties, but that was ruled out through an instant response in the shape of a dart over try after some strong running by prop forward Jono Colie found Matt Upton within reaching Distance to finish off a fine passage of play.
A further two tries just before the half time hooter gave stand in Derby Coach Alan Williams a glimmer of hope and some motivation for his side at half time. Going in at 26-12 The message from Wolf Hunt Coach Glenn Holt was to play basic rugby, speed the play up and control the game as they had for the first 30 minutes.
Further second half tries from Joe Ducker, Daniel Pearson and Ben Lee saw the game off as a contest, with the highlight of the 2nd half being the introduction of Burly prop forward Shaun Underwood who has been with the club since day one, taking his first drive of the game, shrugging off former Wolf Hunt player Mikey Wallis, beating several would be tacklers to barge his way over to score his first ever try for Sherwood, in excitable fashion.
This effectively ended the game as a contest at 44-16 in Sherwood’s favour. Credit the Derby attack as they continued to press the Wolf Hunt line until the dying minutes of the game. But desperate defence and a desire to keep City out kept them at bay. Referee Gerry Frobisher blew the final whistle, meaning Sherwood had taken the title for the third year in a row, leaving only for Captain Lee Chapman to collect his sides trophy and return it back to Debdale Park.
Said Coach Glenn Holt “From a Coaches perspective I couldn’t have asked for much more. I felt like we’d prepared as well as we could for this game. From the team run the day before, the lads were switched on and intent on going to bring the title back, and that showed from the very first set. We were clinical on attack, and showed some real desire at times to keep the Derby attack from scoring. It was a very proud day for the club.”
The Man of the match award went to Stand Off Daniel Pearson, who controlled the Wolf Hunt attack superbly throughout, and led his team around the park like a true general, wise beyond his Rugby League years.
The date for the clubs end of season presentation is soon to be announced, therefore people wanting tickets are advised to keep an eye on wolfhuntrl.co.uk over the coming days for further information.
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Wolf Hunt take 3rd Midlands Championship

For the third year in a row Sherwood Wolf Hunt have been crowned Division 1 Champions of the Midlands.
The Wolf Hunt travelled to Birmingham on Saturday to take on League Leaders Derby City for the 3rd time this season. In each of the previous games, Derby had taken the spoils convincingly, meaning that the Sherwood side would have to find something extra if they were to compete against a very strong Derby Side.
That they did, dictating the pace of the game throughout. Four unanswered tries from Mason Hardwick (2), Charlie Mason, and Joe Ducker left the Derby side shell-shocked as they struggled to take a grasp of the game. They finally managed a score off the back of a couple of soft penalties, but that was ruled out through an instant response in the shape of a dart over try after some strong running by prop forward Jono Colie found Matt Upton within reaching Distance to finish off a fine passage of play.
A further two tries just before the half time hooter gave stand in Derby Coach Alan Williams a glimmer of hope and some motivation for his side at half time. Going in at 26-12 The message from Wolf Hunt Coach Glenn Holt was to play basic rugby, speed the play up and control the game as they had for the first 30 minutes.
Further second half tries from Joe Ducker, Daniel Pearson and Ben Lee saw the game off as a contest, with the highlight of the 2nd half being the introduction of Burly prop forward Shaun Underwood who has been with the club since day one, taking his first drive of the game, shrugging off former Wolf Hunt player Mikey Wallis, beating several would be tacklers to barge his way over to score his first ever try for Sherwood, in excitable fashion. 
This effectively ended the game as a contest at 44-16 in Sherwood’s favour. Credit the Derby attack as they continued to press the Wolf Hunt line until the dying minutes of the game. But desperate defence and a desire to keep City out kept them at bay. Referee Gerry Frobisher blew the final whistle, meaning Sherwood had taken the title for the third year in a row, leaving only for Captain Lee Chapman to collect his sides trophy and return it back to Debdale Park.
Said Coach Glenn Holt “From a Coaches perspective I couldn’t have asked for much more. I felt like we’d prepared as well as we could for this game. From the team run the day before, the lads were switched on and intent on going to bring the title back, and that showed from the very first set. We were clinical on attack, and showed some real desire at times to keep the Derby attack from scoring. It was a very proud day for the club.”
The Man of the match award went to Stand Off Daniel Pearson, who controlled the Wolf Hunt attack superbly throughout, and led his team around the park like a true general, wise beyond his Rugby League years.  
The date for the clubs end of season presentation is soon to be announced, therefore people wanting tickets are advised to keep an eye on wolfhuntrl.co.uk over the coming days for further information.

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Norway visit Kalundborg, 100km west of Copenhagen on Saturday seeking a first away victory against Denmark, which would also clinch them the Nordic Cup.

The Vikingene registered an impressive 38-18 victory against Sweden in June but they have traditionally struggled against their southern neighbour. The nations have met on four previous occasions with the Danes winning three times. Norway coach Dave Hunter, who has selected his squad from nine clubs - Flekkefjord Tigers and Porsgrunn Pirates providing four each - is aware of the challenge.

“We have a huge task ahead of us playing Denmark on their home turf,” he said. “We don't have the greatest record against them, however, we have the opportunity to take home the Nordic Cup, so the lads shouldn't need any extra motivation.”

Ravn Arvidsønn, Leif Andreas Nilsen and former Lebanon international Gilbert Haydamous, who has been living in Norway for a decade, make their debuts, having impressed in the opening two rounds of the 2017 Norwegian championship.

Denmark coach Nigel Kitching has named 10 debutants in his squad, with 10 of his 18 drawn from the country’s most established club, Copenhagen RL. New development areas Kalundborg and Roskilde provide another six players.

Dansk Rugby League Forbund is discussing the formation of new clubs in those areas with the local municipalities. Only four players; Jesper Ika, Mark Bailey, Silas Mubanda and Eugene Hanrahan, remain from Denmark’s last full international in 2015.

DRLF president, Richard Munk Naylor, noted: “We are looking forward to the wider occasion as much as to the match itself. We are bringing rugby league to a new town, we will be handing several players their debut with nearly all of them local Danes, and it's a chance to inject some energy and activity into the game in this region and reboot the sport in Denmark.”

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Mark Bailey, Stephen Borregård Clark, Jakob Brinkløv, Eugene Hanrahan, Ali Kamil, Otto Kaszner, Frederik Larsen, Henry Peter Miller, Silas Mubanda, Michael Strøyberg, Josh Whitehead (Copenhagen RLFC), Justin Eyles (Jutland), Fatai Ika, Jesper Ika, Brian Mammen (Kalundborg), Ben Simmonds, Joe Simmonds (Roskilde) Thyge Riisgaard (unattached)



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Norway visit Kalundborg, 100km west of Copenhagen on Saturday seeking a first away victory against Denmark, which would also clinch them the Nordic Cup.

The Vikingene registered an impressive 38-18 victory against Sweden in June but they have traditionally struggled against their southern neighbour. The nations have met on four previous occasions with the Danes winning three times. Norway coach Dave Hunter, who has selected his squad from nine clubs - Flekkefjord Tigers and Porsgrunn Pirates providing four each - is aware of the challenge.  

“We have a huge task ahead of us playing Denmark on their home turf,” he said. “We dont have the greatest record against them, however, we have the opportunity to take home the Nordic Cup, so the lads shouldnt need any extra motivation.”

Ravn Arvidsønn, Leif Andreas Nilsen and former Lebanon international Gilbert Haydamous, who has been living in Norway for a decade, make their debuts, having impressed in the opening two rounds of the  2017 Norwegian championship. 

Denmark coach Nigel Kitching has named 10 debutants in his squad, with 10 of his 18 drawn from the country’s most established club, Copenhagen RL. New development areas Kalundborg and Roskilde provide another six players. 

Dansk Rugby League Forbund is discussing the formation of new clubs in those areas with the local municipalities. Only four players; Jesper Ika, Mark Bailey, Silas Mubanda and Eugene Hanrahan, remain from Denmark’s last full international in 2015.

DRLF president, Richard Munk Naylor, noted: “We are looking forward to the wider occasion as much as to the match itself. We are bringing rugby league to a new town, we will be handing several players their debut with nearly all of them local Danes, and its a chance to inject some energy and activity into the game in this region and reboot the sport in Denmark.”

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NORDIC CUP - DENMARK vs NORWAY: PREVIEW Norway visit Kalundborg, 100km west of Copenhagen on Saturday seeking a first away victory against Denmark, which would also clinch them the Nordic Cup. The Vikingene registered an impressive 38-18 victory against Sweden in June but they have traditionally struggled against their southern neighbour. The nations have met on four previous occasions with the Danes winning three times. Norway coach Dave Hunter, who has selected his squad from nine clubs - Flekkefjord Tigers and Porsgrunn Pirates providing four each - is aware of the challenge. “We have a huge task ahead of us playing Denmark on their home turf,” he said. “We don't have the greatest record against them, however, we have the opportunity to take home the Nordic Cup, so the lads shouldn't need any extra motivation.” Ravn Arvidsønn, Leif Andreas Nilsen and former Lebanon international Gilbert Haydamous, who has been living in Norway for a decade, make their debuts, having impressed in the opening two rounds of the 2017 Norwegian championship. Denmark coach Nigel Kitching has named 10 debutants in his squad, with 10 of his 18 drawn from the country’s most established club, Copenhagen RL. New development areas Kalundborg and Roskilde provide another six players. Dansk Rugby League Forbund is discussing the formation of new clubs in those areas with the local municipalities. Only four players; Jesper Ika, Mark Bailey, Silas Mubanda and Eugene Hanrahan, remain from Denmark’s last full international in 2015. DRLF president, Richard Munk Naylor, noted: “We are looking forward to the wider occasion as much as to the match itself. We are bringing rugby league to a new town, we will be handing several players their debut with nearly all of them local Danes, and it's a chance to inject some energy and activity into the game in this region and reboot the sport in Denmark.” DENMARK 18-MAN SQUAD Mark Bailey, Stephen Borregård Clark, Jakob Brinkløv, Eugene Hanrahan, Ali Kamil, Otto Kaszner, Frederik Larsen, Henry Peter Miller, Silas Mubanda, Michael Strøyberg, Josh Whitehead (Copenhagen RLFC), Justin Eyles (Jutland), Fatai Ika, Jesper Ika, Brian Mammen (Kalundborg), Ben Simmonds, Joe Simmonds (Roskilde) Thyge Riisgaard (unattached) NORWAY 18-MAN SQUAD Bendik Kalvik, Sjur Strand (Bodø Barbarians), Harald Mikalsen (Farsund Bobcats), Svein Åge Breimoen, Kristoffer Milligan, Leif Andreas Nilsen, Stephen Skofteland (Flekkefjord Tigers), Reidar Flage, Joshua William Skidmore-Hornby (Lillestrøm Lions), Kevin Båtnes, Nils Kristian Holte, Kristian Paulsen, Chris Stalsberg (Porgrunn Pirates), Gilbert Haydamous (Sandnes Raiders), Mathias Vada Stenseth-Holm (Sparbu Lumberjacks), Ravn Arvidsønn, Nathan Cummins (Stavanger Storm), Stephen Mwikaria (Trondheim Rugby Klubb)

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