Jump to content


Member Since 09 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 25 2015 04:55 PM

Topics I've Started

Live stream of first international game of 2015

16 January 2015 - 06:26 PM

The first international game of 2015 Latin Heat v Philippines Tamaraws will be streamed live tomorrow morning (Sat) on Latin Heat's website.

Looking forward to broadcasting the @LatinHeatRL v @PhilippinesNRL match tomorrow. Watch the livestream at http://latinheatrl.com


Kick off is 8pm local time, 10am for those in the UK, 11am for those on Central European Time.


Just over 24 hours until kick-off and this is one part we can't wait for! A livestream of the 2015 IWC Magellan Trophy between the GYG Latin American Heat and PAL Philippines National Rugby League will be available on www.latinheatrl.com from 7:45pm Saturday Australian Eastern Standard Time.


Full details and background on the fixture on the international board

Positive RL story from Daily Mail

14 January 2015 - 11:15 AM

This is an amazing story, I hope that Ben is able to fulfil his dream.


First international game of 2015 Latin Heat v Philippines

12 January 2015 - 07:58 PM

Our international season kicks off in Australia this Saturday!


MAGELLAN TROPHY 2015 – Sat Jan 17, Bishop Park, Nundah
4pm – Youth Game – United Nations (Latin America/Africa) v Philippines.
5.10pm – Men’s Development – Latin America v Philippines
6.30pm – Bundaberg Indigenous Wellbeing XIII v QLD Maori
8pm – International – GYG Latin Heat v PAL Philippines Tamaraws


Fascinating background of one of the Latin Heat players- his granddad was head of Chile's national security



How Latin Heat is aiding development across Latin America


Warrington's new dual reg partner club is.......

06 January 2015 - 10:25 PM

...............North Wales Crusaders





Union does something right

01 January 2015 - 01:17 AM

Posters often give union a lot of stick on this branch, so for a bit of balance here is one story where I feel that the union authorities have acted correctly. There is no place for abuse on a sports pitch and especially so when it is directed at a referee (Zak Hardaker) or at children (Delon Armitage). The punishments issued by the relevant disciplinary bodies in both instances reflect the severity of the offences committed. The link does give the words that Armitage used, which are of an offensive nature