At this time of year, it’s difficult to find too many stories to get genuinely excited about in the world of Rugby League. The long winter nights are traditionally partnered with a lack of feelgood news about our game. But
England Academy coach Richard Marshall and Australian Schoolboys coach Brian Battese have named their 17-man squads for the final game of the 2014 Autumn Academy International Series. The game takes place at Leigh Sports Village tomorrow with a 7.00pm kick-off.
England Academy coach Richard Marshall believes his team are fully focused and ready to do their country proud ahead of their final Test against the Australian Schoolboys on Friday at Leigh Sports Village (7.00pm). England’s under-18s were narrowly defeated 18-22
England Academy head coach Richard Marshall has named his squad for the first test against Australia Schoolboys, which takes place at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday afternoon. Nine sides are represented – including Championship outfit London Broncos, with half-back Joe
England Academy coach Richard Marshall is happy with the way his squad have come together this week and is preparing them for a physical battle against the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday at Leigh Sports Village (2.00pm). The Schoolboys have already
Ahead of their first Test against the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday, hear from England Academy head coach Richard Marshall, as well as London’s Joe Keyes, Wigan’s Oliver Gildart and Hull’s Jansin Turgut ahead of the game at Leigh Sports Village.
For the first time since the rugby league world rankings were introduced, Australia’s position at the head of them is under threat. Should New Zealand – who beat the Kangaroos in the recent Four Nations final in Christchurch to pick
Spanish Town High proved once more that they are the number one U19 rugby league high school in Jamaica, after a dramatic 14-12 win over St. Catherine High in the Grand Final. St. Catherine High led 12-10 with seven minutes
Liam Sutcliffe is among nine players with Super League experience heading into battle against the Australian Schoolboys when Leeds Rhinos’ Academy host the tourists tonight at Headingley Carnegie Stadium (KO 7pm). The Rhinos, who will be captained by hooker Robbie
This is Part Two of Tyrone McCarthy’s column on how to develop and improve international Rugby League. Part One of his regular column can be viewed here.. A regular Five Nations should really be considered, running alongside a touring Lions