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DlEHARD

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#3173625 ANZAC test scrapped

Posted by DlEHARD on 10 August 2015 - 06:34 AM

So we have a neglected fixture that outrates the Bloodyslow fade away into history.

Im disappointed.
 



#3159956 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 18 July 2015 - 07:14 AM

You Hong Kong lads seem to be doing a fantastic job!

Really starting to gain real momentum. Once the heat of the summer fades, we can really get into it.

 

I'm headed back to Australia next week and will return with a lot of Steedens. 




#3158851 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 16 July 2015 - 08:54 AM

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Teams are invited to register their interest in taking part the inaugural Hong Kong Rugby League Nines tournament.
 
Taking part on Wednesday (Public Holiday), October 21 at Kings Park, Kowloon, the Nines tournament will feature six teams from around the region.
 
Each team that enters will be provided 12 jerseys to keep, provided by Hong Kong Rugby League apparel partner, XBlades.
 
The winning team will receive the inaugural HKRL Nines trophy, a bar tab at the Pulse Bar (Wanchai), whilst there will also be prizes for the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament.
 
Details for the event are below:
Entry Fee: HKD $1,200 per squad
Squad Size: 12
Minimum of 5 games per squad
 
Date: 21st October 2015
Venue: Kings Park, Kowloon
Times: 9am – 3pm
 
Teams interested in taking part in the Hong Kong Nines are invited to register their interest by contacting getinvolved@hongkongrugbyleague.com



#3156628 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 12 July 2015 - 04:34 AM

Numbers at weekly training are growing and growing, we had over 20 on Friday evening.




#3148101 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 27 June 2015 - 05:45 AM

That's a fake beard surely? :tease:

Haha it's very real.




#3115499 International Rugby League Podcast

Posted by DlEHARD on 02 May 2015 - 03:35 PM

I was surprised to hear from Episode 11 that there is so much RL on TV in Hong Kong.

 

It's the opposite of most countries where RL is developing, where they could only dream of getting any RL on TV

 

It certainly gives the sport a big leg up from the beginning.

 

Lots of support here. 

 

We were excited to see Rugby League reported in the South China Morning Post. We will try and encourage this.

 

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#3115227 The single most disturbing turn of events of late

Posted by DlEHARD on 02 May 2015 - 05:42 AM

I share your alarm and it is an unacceptable situation.

 

I can promise Hong Kong RL has taken note and we will not be doing this. Although we will try to be a friendly neighbour to RU at every opportunity.




#3112093 NRL to begin broadcast negotiations within weeks

Posted by DlEHARD on 26 April 2015 - 12:01 PM

I'm sure us Aussies wont carry a grudge when it comes to a take over of the RFL.




#3112092 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 26 April 2015 - 11:52 AM

HKRL Chair James Hall with cartons of Redstripe beer in Taste supermarkets in HK carrying the HKRL emblem.
 
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#3112091 Fiji v PNG 2 May 2015

Posted by DlEHARD on 26 April 2015 - 11:52 AM

Sad to see Mead play for NSW Country over PNG.




#3092440 Titans in Crisis - Just before the 2015 season starts

Posted by DlEHARD on 21 March 2015 - 05:46 AM

Not happy to see them back in the first squad. They should be thankful to play for Queensland Cup.




#3084363 Hong Kong Rugby League

Posted by DlEHARD on 07 March 2015 - 04:41 AM

HKRL WELCOMES JASON FAIRLEIGH WITH NEW COACHING APPOINTMENT

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Hong Kong Rugby League is pleased to announce our representative coach who will take charge of the Hong Kong Thunder in 2015. Jason Fairleigh has a wealth of playing and coaching experience mixed with a sincere love for the game. Jason comes from the Central Coast of NSW in Australia and from a Rugby League family with three older brothers who also played the game.

Jason has been in Hong Kong for over a decade and in the absence of Rugby League has been playing Rugby Union with the Typhoons club. Jason is excited to be taking a leading role in the future development of Rugby League in Hong Kong. He will also be supporting the HKRL Schools program drawing on his coaching and teaching experience.
HKRL Chairman James Hall is enthusiastic about the appointment.

“We are delighted to have Jason on board as the Head Coach of HKRL. He comes from a strong Rugby League background and has a wealth of experience to bring. As well as getting the Thunder team in shape for their Inaugural fixture later this year Jason will help prepare the teams who are entering this year’s HKRL 9s competition on 25 April.”

The HKRL will be hosting a special Open Day on the 25th of April which will showcase many forms of the game such as touch, tag and 9s. More details of this launch event will soon be announced.

If you would like to get involved in HKRL please email us on getinvolved@hongkongrugbyleague.com

GET TO KNOW OUR THUNDER COACH: JASON TREVOR FAIRLEIGH

“Born on the Central Coast in New South Wales, Australia, I began playing mini rugby league at the age of 5 for Ourimbah Wyoming Magpies. With 3 older brothers who also played, it was no surprise to my parents that I would!

I continued to play through primary and high school and on weekends, representing the Central Coast in rep games throughout my teens.

At the age of 17, I began to play First Grade Rugby League for Ourimbah Wyoming Magpies as 5/8 in which I played over 8 years of first grade. The opportunity to trial for a few Sydney based teams was lost due to 2 significant knee injuries, both requiring surgery and forced early retirement.

This opened the door into coaching junior teams at my local club and progressed onto coaching U17’s and U18’s levels with my greatest achievements including winning Premiership titles.

In 2005, I moved to Hong Kong, which I began playing for The Typhoons, after realising rugby league was not available.
Now that rugby league is here in Hong Kong I can see huge potential for our sport.”

http://www.hongkongrugbyleague.com/




#3078840 Rugby League at the Olympic Stadium London

Posted by DlEHARD on 26 February 2015 - 07:09 AM

Even though I can't attend. Im gonna buy a ticket and support.




#3077929 The NRL take control of the Gold Coast Titans.

Posted by DlEHARD on 24 February 2015 - 01:55 PM

The Titans shouldnt touch Dr K with a barge pole after some of his recent comments. He dosnt care about the club or the Gold Coast, just the license.

 

A relocation to Brisbane or Ipswich would be a failure, especially because Brisbane deserves its own team.

 

Central Coast is an absolute impossibility, too many NSW clubs.

 

Gold Coast are here to stay.

 

Also on the NRL ownership angle, Im sure they will remain owners until the club returns to health and that will take years.




#3077749 The NRL take control of the Gold Coast Titans.

Posted by DlEHARD on 24 February 2015 - 08:14 AM

This is a glorious day, finally the poison is out! Now we are NRL owned and can face down the AFL owned Suns. 

I'm delighted! The broom has arrived! Decisive national intervention that Gough Whitlam would be proud of!

So let's look at it this way...

The financial state of the club was doomed. So the NRL take over was coming and came sooner than I expected.

Fortunately this drug bull**** happened BEFORE not AFTER our rescue by the white knights at the NRL.

Food for thought.

No relocation.
No rebrand.
No Searle.
No phantom consortium.

We get NRL ownership.
Absolute, ironclad certainty.
We keep Kelly, who is a hero in my books.
We keep Frizelle who is a quality chairperson.
We keep Graham.
The shackles are off the thousands of people who had legitimate grips against Searle

It's a pity the club had to absolutely hit the rocks financially for this to happen. And the NRL had to swoop in.