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#1 DugSWRLgan

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 01:19 PM

If you would like to keep up to date with Welsh World Cup News then like our page on facebook as we build towards the Opening Ceremony and Double Header in Cardiff

http://www.facebook....Rwlc2013?ref=hl


RLWC2013 Partner: CYMRU WALES

Rugby League World Cup 2013 and Welsh Government

The Rugby League World Cup 2013 will provide a platform for raising Wales’ international profile and reputation as a global player in the major events arena and for developing the sport in Wales.
Hosting the Opening Ceremony will be another landmark event for Wales and the benefits of hosting the tournament will spread across the nation.

Fixtures being held in Wales:

  • Saturday 26th October Australia v England - Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
  • Saturday 26th October Wales v Italy - Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
  • Sunday 3rd November Wales v USA - Glyndŵr University Racecourse, Wrexham
  • Sunday 10th November Wales v Cook Islands – The Gnoll, Neath
  • Saturday 16th November Quarter Final - Glyndŵr University Racecourse, Wrexham

Wales looks forward to extending a warm welcome (Croeso) to the world in 2013.


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#2 DugSWRLgan

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 01:24 PM

Posted ImageWrexham FC and North Wales Crusaders join forces for Rugby League World Cup 2013

Players from Wrexham FC and North Wales Crusaders have joined forces to support the Rugby League World Cup 2013.
Reds’ star Joe Clarke swapped his familiar round ball for the oval kind to join Crusaders and Wales international Christiaan Roets as excitement builds ahead of Wrexham hosting two matches at the competition.
On Sunday November 3, the historic Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium will host the Group match between Wales and USA, with the stadium also hosting a Quarter Final match between the winners of Group A and Group D on Saturday November 16th.
Wrexham will also be the training base for Wales as they bid to lift the trophy for the first time.
Wrexham FC midfielder Clarke, voted the Blue Square Premier Player of the Month for January, took time out of his team’s promotion push to talk about his admiration for Rugby League.
“Rugby League is a great sport,” he said.
“I always catch it on TV and I have a lot of admiration for the players. Rugby League is a fast-paced and physical game - what they put their bodies through every week is nothing short of incredible. You’ve got to have some serious bottle to play Rugby League.
“The fans here in Wrexham are second to none and I have no doubt that they will really get behind the Rugby League World Cup. The following we get here at the football is unbelievable and I’m sure the whole town will turn up and pack the Racecourse out. The people here love their sport and I’m sure the atmosphere here for the Wales game will be incredible.”
One man hoping to add to his eight Wales caps at the Rugby League World Cup is North Wales Crusaders centre Christiaan Roets.
And Roets says fans can expect an entertaining encounter when the USA visits the Racecourse Ground on November 3rd.
He said: “I am really excited for the Rugby League World Cup. We’ve got some very good players and importantly, some real depth in the Wales squad. There’s a lot of competition for places but it would be a real honour to represent Wales at the World Cup
“The USA game here in Wrexham will be massive. They’re a nation that excels at sport so they will want to come here and give it their all. They are a very physical and direct side which should make for a very entertaining game.
“I hope the fans will turn out here in Wrexham for the Rugby League World Cup. The people here are really passionate about their rugby and it always gives the team a massive lift when you hear them singing and chanting.”
A global audience will be watching Wrexham throughout the Rugby League World Cup, with the tournament being broadcast to millions in over 120 countries world wide.
Tickets for both matches in Wrexham are available online at www.rlwc2013.com or by calling RLWC2013 Ticket Hotline on 0844 847 2013.

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 01:23 PM

Coach Development Programme Launched

25th February 2013, 20:14
March will see the first of a number of coach development workshops delivered by Wales Rugby League and this brand new programme will kick off with a session led by the national team head coach Iestyn Harris on Wednesday 6th March at the University of Glamorgan playing fields in Treforest.

Coach development is key to the growth of the game in Wales and the new programme aims to provide caoches the opportunity to access formal development opportunities accros a range of subjects. Workshops will be held throughout the year and will be open to all coaches either working in the game or are looking to get involved in rugby league coaching.

Wales head coach Iestyn Harris will kick off the programme which will include some theory and practical elements. Any interested coaches need to register their attendance as soon as possible as demand is expected to be high. The session will be limited to the first 40 coaches to register.

Full details of the session are as follows:

Date: Wednesday 6th March
Venue: University of Glamorgan Playing Fields, Treforest, CF37 5UP
Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 01:04 PM

South Wales Scorpions have signed Scottish international Shae Lyon-Fraser from Wigan Warriors.

The Glasgow-born centre / winger made his full Scottish debut last year after coming through the nation's youth ranks.

Lyon-Fraser first played for the Scorpions on the dual registration rule from Wigan in 2012, but impressed in friendly matches against the Scorpions this and last year scoring tries on each occasion. In one of this year's games this was after just 50 seconds of play.

So the Scorpions have secured his services for the whole of 2013 and have signed him on full terms.

Scorpions' coach Dave Clark said: "We're delighted to have signed Shae for the 2013 season. I'm sure that he will be a fantastic asset to the side and I know that he is welcoming the potential to play first team Rugby League throughout 2013.

"Shae's signing means that we now have the potential to have players in five World Cup squads at the end of the year. James Tutuila is a Tongan international, Chris Vitalini has ambitions to play against Wales at the Millennium Stadium for Italy, Haydn Peacock has Irish grandparents and has declared his interests for the men in green, plus of course we have a number of Welsh international players.

"We're now all looking forward to our first match of the season, against London Skolars at The Gnoll in Neath this Sunday."

John Winder, Head of Youth Development for Wigan Warriors, said: "This is a great opportunity for Shae to get some first team experience and we wish him well at the Scorpions."

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 01:09 PM

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SEE YOU IN THE QUARTER-FINALS, WALES!

27th February 2013, 15:58
EXCLUSIVE
By Gary Baker

WALES head coach Iestyn Harris and Australian boss Tim Sheens are likely to pass each other somewhere in the depths of the Millennium Stadium on Saturday October 26.

But the next time they hope to see one another face-to-face will be on Saturday November 16 at Wrexham's Glyndwr University Racecourse Ground for the World Cup quarter-final.

The Aussies face England on October 26, the opening day of the competition, before Wales play Italy in the first of their group matches and the second of the day's double header straight afterwards.

Sheens (pictured above centre), along with Australian Rugby League officials Gareth Holmes (pictured above left) and Andrew Hil (pictured above right), took a look around the iconic Welsh venue on Sunday (February 24) plus saw nearby training facilities at Cardiff University and the University of Glamorgan, Treforest.

Before they flew to Ireland for another ground inspection, this time of Thomond Park, Limerick, Sheens said getting to the World Cup quarter-finals would be a massive step forward for the Welsh even though they have reached semi-finals in two of the previous three World Cups.

Sheens, 62 said: "Getting through the group itself is a massive challenge for Welsh rugby league. To do that is a goal you have to start with.

"You won't have a chance if you don't win your pool games so you have got to do that before you start thinking about winning a competition.

"It is the same with us in that we have to win the pool games to have the right to challenge for the semi-finals.

"Before you start worrying about the end result, you worry about the jobs in hand. It is the process not the outcome. You concentrate on this game, then the next game. Anything can happen if you concentrate on the job in hand and not look down the track too far. That is something we work on very hard in Australia sport, not looking too far ahead of yourself."

Last weekend was the first time that Sheens had stepped foot in Cardiff, but he has already seen Wales at first hand when they touched base during the 2011 Four Nations tournament in the UK. There, Wales lost 56-14 when running out of steam in the second period.

Sheens said: "I was very impressed with Wales two years ago when they beat France to get into the Four Nations. Nobody expected that and it was done with a pretty much Welsh side, although there were a couple of imports (players).

"But with the right qualification through heritage and/or playing in the competition (Super League) for three years for them to qualify, I don't see a problem with having imported players in the Wales squad for the World Cup."

Other nations are doing it, like Italy, so why not Wales? "It's a good question and one that I don't want to get embroiled in other than to say that at the Olympic standard, you qualify after three years and certain qualifications based on family history are allowed and that goes in rugby as well.

"We are no different from any other sport. Whether the selectors in Wales here pick out a home grown side or not is up to them. I would hate to see a complete overseas side. I don't think that should happen ever but a nation like Wales, in one or two positions, might benefit strongly from an import and I can't see that that will be a bad thing for the boys to have. I don't know who would qualify for Wales, that is for the selectors to sort out."

So the next time Sheens is in Cardiff, it will be with the might of his Kangaroos beside him to face England but whoever wins that game will face Wales in the quarter-finals if Harris and the Dragons reach their personal goals and win their group.

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 11:14 AM

Host town Wrexham will celebrate St David's Day in style as the Rugby League World Cup 2013 trophy embarks on a mini-tour of local schools and events. The feast day of the Patron Saint of Wales falls on March 1 each year, and a bumper day of celebrations has been planned as the nation prepares for this year's tournament.

The trophy arrives at Glyndwr University first thing in the morning for the Vice Chacellor's Annual Report Launch, before being whisked away on a whistle-stop tour of the local area. Later in the morning, the trophy will be present at Darland High School, Holt CP School and Madras Primary School, before heading to the town centre for the festivities of the St David's Day Parade.

Wales and Wigan Warriors star Gil Dudson says he is hoping to be able to count on vociferous home support at the tournament, as Wales take on the USA at the Glyndwr University Racecourse Ground in Wrexham on November 3, the Cook Islands at The Gnoll in Neath on November 10, and Italy, as part of the RLWC2013 Opening Ceremony at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, on October 26. And he believes that the trophy can help rally support ahead of RLWC2013.

Dudson said: "It's fantastic that the trophy will be down in Wrexham on St David's Day, and I hope local people take the opportunity to get a little closer to it. We're very keen to rally support ahead of the tournament and get the people of Wales behind us for the matches we have down there. It's nice to the trophy being used to promote the tournament and I hope it makes a big impression on people in the local area."

Wales will be making only their fourth appearance at the tournament, having failed to qualify for Rugby League World Cup 2008 in Australia and Dudson says the team is desperate to make the most of this Autumn's opportunity. "We're not there just to make up the numbers, "he said. "We want to be competitive and we want to progress as a team. The games we have are winnable and our preparation as a team over the last few years has been spot on. We're a close-knit bunch, there's a real club mentality, and that solidarity will serve us well at Rugby League World Cup 2013."

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 10:32 AM

The New edition of Wrexham Connect which will go to 50,000 Homes

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#8 Jim from Oz

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 10:52 AM

This is all great stuff

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:37 PM

would be great if wales could get a few warm up games before world cup. May be in time host afew tours with the tourist playing both the scorpions and crusaders before wales.
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:52 PM

All looking good.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 05:09 PM

http://www.wrexham.g...phy_visit13.htm

Rugby League World Cup Trophy wows Wrexham pupils

Pupils from across Wrexham have been getting a closer look at the Rugby League World Cup trophy.
Over the past couple of days, the famous trophy has been visiting schools throughout the county borough ahead of Wrexham hosting two matches in the competition later this year.
Pupils has the opportunity to have their photo taken with the 61cm high, silver plated trophy as well as hearing fascinating and illustrious past.
It was commissioned by Paul Barrière, a former French Resistance fighter, for Rugby League’s inaugural 1954 World Cup and the trophy was presented to the winning nation at the next four tournaments before being stolen from Bradford’s Midland Hotel, six days before the 1970 final.
20 years later father-of-four Stephen Uttley discovered the trophy, which had originally cost eight million French Francs (approx. £500,000 today), among rubbish dumped in a ditch near the Bradford & Bingley Rugby League Club. It was brought back into use for the 2000 World Cup.
During the trophy’s visit, pupils at the Rofft School in Marford were also treated to a Rugby League skills session headed up by local community coaches.
Allen Jones, Community Rugby League coach said:

“All the pupils were very excited to see and have their photo taken with the Rugby League World Cup Trophy.
“Rugby League is now being widely taught in schools in Wrexham and the response from both pupils and teachers has been tremendous. With the Rugby League World Cup coming to Wrexham hopefully we will see more and more young people take an interest in the sport and leave a lasting legacy.”
Wrexham’s famous Glyndwr University Racecourse Ground will play host two matches at the Rugby League World Cup.
On Sunday November 3rd, co-hosts Wales will take on World Cp newcomers USA while on Saturday November 16, the historic stadium will host a quarter final match between the Winners of Group A and Group D.
Tickets for both games can be bought by calling 0844 847 2013 (24hrs) online at www.rlwc2013.com/tickets .

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 09:56 PM

If you would like to follow Wales Rugby League and keep up to date with world cup news like our facebook page

Cardiff : Rugby League World Cup 2013

http://www.facebook....Rwlc2013?ref=hl


Edited by DugSWRLgan, 04 March 2013 - 10:01 PM.


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Posted 05 March 2013 - 10:05 AM

Individually, some of the Welsh players have improved out of site this season so far.
Dudson & Flower have been excellent at Wigan and Michael Channing is now playing some good footy at London, also it was good to see Lloyd White back from serious injury last weekend for Widnes.
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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:04 PM

Just received this letter!!!!
Something's Up.


:o :o


5th March 2013

Dear Sir/Madam,

RE: Team Wales

On behalf of Wales Rugby League, I would like to offer our most sincere apologies for the mistakes made while handling your Team Wales Membership. It was a gross oversight for which we accept full responsibility.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Wales Rugby League will be withdrawing the Team Wales Membership Scheme.
We will be refunding by post your £17 investment and including a gift of an Official Rugby World Cup Beanie as well as our apology.
I hope that this will make amends for the mistakes that were made. Rest assured that this experience has helped identify a problem with our systems, and we are currently working hard to ensure these mistakes will not be repeated.
If you have any further questions about this issue, please contact us by email at info@walesrugbyleague.co.uk
Sincerely,
Yours sincerely,

Mark Jones
National Development Manager
Wales Rugby League
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#15 Dave T

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:33 PM

Part of me wonders whether they had next to no interest - the fact that they were offering a public get together of this group could have been very embarrassing if only 100 took the offer up instead of 1k.

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 09:00 PM

Just received this letter!!!!
Something's Up.


:o :o


5th March 2013

Dear Sir/Madam,

RE: Team Wales

On behalf of Wales Rugby League, I would like to offer our most sincere apologies for the mistakes made while handling your Team Wales Membership. It was a gross oversight for which we accept full responsibility.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Wales Rugby League will be withdrawing the Team Wales Membership Scheme.
We will be refunding by post your £17 investment and including a gift of an Official Rugby World Cup Beanie as well as our apology.
I hope that this will make amends for the mistakes that were made. Rest assured that this experience has helped identify a problem with our systems, and we are currently working hard to ensure these mistakes will not be repeated.
If you have any further questions about this issue, please contact us by email at info@walesrugbyleague.co.uk
Sincerely,
Yours sincerely,

Mark Jones
National Development Manager
Wales Rugby League
mark.jones@walesrugbyleague.co.uk

yeah I got that letter, real shame thought it was a good idea
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Posted 05 March 2013 - 09:04 PM

Part of me wonders whether they had next to no interest - the fact that they were offering a public get together of this group could have been very embarrassing if only 100 took the offer up instead of 1k.

unfortunately someone didn't quite use the email software quite properly and when someone answered 'reply all' it showed the email recipients of the email. Lets just say the number of email addresses backs up your analysis. In the end any scheme needs decent numbers to justify the running costs, maybe just too early.
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Posted 11 March 2013 - 01:42 PM

Rugby League World Cup 2013 organisers have announced today that the opening ceremony at The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff will be ‘the greatest show that Rugby League has ever seen’.
RLWC2013 also announced that following a rigorous and successful consultation process, industry leaders EVENT360 have been recruited as the Official Sports Presentation Partner of the tournament.
EVENT360 have an impressive portfolio of work at sports events and at all the major stadiums in the UK. They currently provide the sports presentation for international Rugby Union games at the Millennium Stadium, Murrayfield and Twickenham, as well the last eight F.A. Cup Finals and NFL International Series games at Wembley.
RLWC2013 General Manager, Sally Bolton said: “EVENT360’s credentials are second to none, they are unquestionably the market leaders in live sports presentation in the UK, so we’re delighted to be working with them.
“We are determined that RLWC2013 will open with the greatest show that Rugby League has ever seen so we’ve set aside an unprecedented budget and are putting resource that will match that behind it. We’ve also found the perfect partner in EVENT360 to help us craft and stage what will be a must-see event.
“To follow that with two huge games as England take on Australia in arguably international Rugby League’s biggest fixture and co-hosts Wales playing Italy, will make for an amazing experience.
“With tickets starting at just £20 (£10 for concessions) this will be a great day out at great value for fans as well as families and friends.”
EVENT360 Director, Clive McElarney said: “EVENT360 have worked with some of the highest profile clients in UK sport and it’s great to add RLWC2013 to our portfolio.
“We have been really impressed with the ambition and focus that RLWC2013 have put behind the opening ceremony and are genuinely excited about bringing it to life. We really believe that together we can stage the greatest show that Rugby League has ever seen.
“We’re also excited about the fact that we will be providing the sports presentation solution to every game at RLWC2013. We’ve been working with Sally and her team since the start of the year on extraordinary and innovative ideas which will bring the tournament to life and which will also make sure that the fans’ match day experience is truly exceptional.”

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 12:42 PM

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Neath children get their hands on the World Cup


Schoolchildren from Neath got their hands on the Rugby League World Cup recently when the famous old trophy made a whistle-stop tour around Wales.
The trophy was only in the area for a few hours, so two schools, Neath Primary and Tonnau Primary, were selected at random to have the 59-year old piece of silverware at their establishments.
Both schools have entered the South Wales Scorpions’ Primary Schools Rugby League tournament so were perfect choices for the occasion. The “Gnoll Tigers” and “Team Tonnau” Rugby League squads had their photographs taken with the World Cup and all very much enjoyed the experience.
Gnoll Tigers player, Connor Moriarty said: “It’s just amazing as you see it on TV and I thought I’d never get to hold it. It’s an honour to actually be with it.
“I’d love to go the Wales v Cook Islands game later in the year. I live so close so I can walk to the ground.”
His team-mate, Ciaran Comerford added: “It’s astonishing as I’ve watched the Rugby League World Cup on TV. I’ve watched the rugby union one too. I’ve always looked up to the players in both codes and it’s astonishing to have it here.
“I play both rugby union and league in schools and I enjoy both. I hope to go to the World Cup game here in Neath in November.”
Scorpions’ coach Dave Clark said: “We’d have loved it if more schools were able to see the trophy and we’re sorry we couldn’t visit more schools, but for those who did see it, this was a great experience for them.
“I’m really pleased with how the schools are welcoming Rugby League into their curriculum and everyone seems very enthusiastic about coming to the World Cup match we have at The Gnoll and for the sport as a whole.
“I’d like to thank RLWC2013 for bringing the trophy down and to the Neath Port Talbot Council for all their support in regards to the Scorpions, our schools work and the World Cup match.”
The World Cup trophy will be back in Neath for the South Wales Scorpions v Gateshead Thunder match on Sunday 28th July and schools will be invited to this game to have their photo taken with the trophy. It will also be taken around a number of holiday clubs and establishments in the area on other days later in the following week.
Tickets for the Rugby League World Cup match between Wales and Cook Islands at The Gnoll in Neath on Sunday 10th November can be bought by going to www.scorpionsrl.com.
Photos: Top - Team Tonnau with the World Cup before a training session. Bottom - Gnoll Tigers also get their hands on the trophy.
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 12:57 PM

good stuff dug, keep the reports coming mate, appreciate you keeping us up to date on this
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Widnes Vikings also to get a franchise - RIGHT
Crusaders RL to do the double over Widnes and finish five places ahead of them -WRONG
Widnes Vikings NOT to dominate rugby league in years to come! STILL TO COME

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http://www.walesrugbyleague.co.uk/

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