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Cedars to host 2017 Mediterranean Cup in Beirut

Cedars to host 2017 Mediterranean Cup in Beirut

Lebanon is aiming to retain the Mediterranean Cup on 3 June when the Cedars face Italy in Beirut. And as last year in Sicily, when the Cedars edged a superb game, 26-22, against the Azzurri, the encounter will be between

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York Side to Take part in Ukranian Tournament

York Side to Take part in Ukranian Tournament

On 10 June, a York & District select side will visit Kharkiv, in the Ukraine, to play in the seventh A.V. Martyrosyan Memorial fixture. The visitors will join three representative teams from west, central and eastern Ukraine. “We are looking

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Half measures not good enough for Great Britain

Half measures not good enough for Great Britain

RICHARD de la RIVIERE reacts to the news that Great Britain will be revived and will tour Australia in 2019. “THE Great Britain team will just be the England team in different jerseys!” That’s been the most common reaction to

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POLL: Who should be England’s hooker for the World Cup?

POLL: Who should be England’s hooker for the World Cup?

With the World Cup getting ever nearer, the time has come for players across both Super League and the NRL to stake their claim for a plane ticket later this year. Of all the positions in the England squad, the

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Australia top world rankings

Australia top world rankings

Australia will enter the World Cup as the number one ranked side, following the latest publication of the world rankings. Mal Meninga’s side has strengthened its stance at the top following the ANZAC test victory over New Zealand, who remain

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Glory Days – A thank you to the fans

Glory Days – A thank you to the fans

Want to travel to the World Cup? Book today with Glory Days.

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More News from Norway

In the RLN domestic Championship: Four-times Grand Final winners, Oslo Capitals now benefit from a feeder club, Lillestrøm Lions, which itself boasts a couple of internationals, while the northern-most outpost club, Bodø Barbarians (200km inside the Arctic Circle) have won

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RLEF Education qualifies it’s first Level 2 Graduates

RLEF Education qualifies it’s first Level 2 Graduates

A further milestone in European rugby league development has been reached with the first level 2 match official and coaching candidates receiving their qualifications, under the new RLEF technical education system that was launched in March 2016. Steve Hogan, head

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Positives for Lebanon and Malta from Phoenician Cup Clash

Positives for Lebanon and Malta from Phoenician Cup Clash

A dominant first half performance saw the Cedars take the next step in their preparations for the World Cup, in which Lebanon will play in the same group as Australia, England and France. Finally defeating Malta by 24 points to

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Norway Complete Landmark Weekend

Norway Complete Landmark Weekend

A significant weekend of rugby league in Norway illustrates the surge League is making in that country. On Saturday, South West sides Porsgunn Pirates and Sandnes Raiders met in the first Championship game of the season, with Pirates recording a

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