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Your England XIII: a fan-voted England side for the World Cup – left centre

Your England XIII: a fan-voted England side for the World Cup – left centre

With the World Cup on the horizon later this year, we thought we’d give you, our readers, the chance to pick your starting XIII for the opening game against Australia in the autumn. Each week, we’ll be putting forward several

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Successful Level 2 Coach Education Courses in Serbia and Czech Republic

Successful Level 2 Coach Education Courses in Serbia and Czech Republic

“Belgrade was the ideal location to launch the new Level 2 course,” said overseeing RLEF tutor, Phil Smith, commenting on the RLEF Education team’s first-ever Level 2 match official course, hosted by the Serbian Rugby League Federation in Belgrade. “It

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Wheelchair World Cup beckons!

Wheelchair World Cup beckons!

ENGLAND, Scotland and Wales are among the seven teams contesting the 2017 Wheelchair World Cup, which is taking place in France over the next fortnight. The home nations join the host country, together with Italy and Spain, in battling for

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Australia Universities 46 – 18 England Universities

Australia Universities 46 – 18 England Universities

Friday 14th July, 1pm, Windsor Stadium, Sydney – Student Rugby League World Cup With star winger Jamie Anderson scoring a hat trick of tries, the Australians took their chances in key moments to qualify for Sunday’s decider in a match that was a

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German and Irish match official Educators Qualify

German and Irish match official Educators Qualify

A training course in Hattingen, Germany, has resulted in two German and two Irish Level 1 match official educators plus six new referee’s qualifying, as part of the RLEF training and education project. Max and Bob Doughton, from Nationaler Rugby

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Scotland slip to Pacific Islands in Student semi

Scotland slip to Pacific Islands in Student semi

United Kingdom involvement in the Student World Cup in Sydney has ended with Scotland’s defeat in today’s semi-final. Nathan Graham’s side lost 44-12 to the Pacific Islands, while England succumbed 46-18 to Australia earlier in the day. Wales beat Ireland

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Third spot in Armed Forces World Cup for British

Third spot in Armed Forces World Cup for British

The UK Armed Forces have beaten New Zealand 36-18 in today’s third v fourth play-off game in the Armed Forces World Cup in Sydney. A full report will feature in Monday’s League Express. Australia and Fiji meet in the final

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England miss out in Student World Cup

England miss out in Student World Cup

England lost 46-18 to Australia today in the semi-final of the Student World Cup in Sydney. Scotland are due to meet Pacific Islands shortly for a place in Sunday’s decider. Wales accounted for Ireland, meanwhile, 28-16 in the battle to

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Solomon Islands to host Test match for the first time

Solomon Islands to host Test match for the first time

Rugby League is on its way to the Solomon Islands. The RLIF have confirmed the South Pacific nation will host its first ever Test match in October as they entertain Vanuatu in the third Test between the two nations. The

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England lads patched up and fired up says Skipper

England lads patched up and fired up says Skipper

With his fellow players patched up after a bruising encounter with their Scotland counterparts, the England Universities captain, Jacob Morgan – while happy with their win against Scotland – believes that his side can only improve ahead of their finals

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