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  1. Taken from Federation Francaise XIII website. in an unusual twist for international rugby league all the matches will actually take place within the nations represented in the competition. Saturday 27th October 14:00 Ireland v Scotland Morton Stadium. Santry (ground with athletics track) 18:00 France v Wales Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne Friday 2nd November 19:30 Scotland V Wales Netherdale, Galashiels Saturday 3rd November 14:00 Ireland v France Morton Stadium Saturday 10th November 18:00 France v Scotland Stade Albert Domec Sunday 11th November 15:00 Wales v Ireland, Racecourse Ground, Wrexham The two matches in Carcassonne will also feature the French Womens team who will play curtain raiser matches against England and Italy with the kick off at 14:00
  2. Wales and Scotland have had a shellacking. Effort good, but obvious lack of quality and depth to compete. Heat v PNG will have affected Wales big time although Fiji would have still taken the points. Ireland have had a real dig. Development officers & funding taken away. Whats it going to take to get these nations going? Forget heritage players, IMO we need all three to grow and compete better all round.
  3. Longhorns RL, from Meath, have been awarded a place in the 2018 Challenge Cup, reward for winning the all-ireland title this year. Well done to them. Been a long time since an Irish team has taken part in the cup.
  4. Everything Rugby League

    5 Questions with ERL

    Hi all, new series by ERL debuted last night called "5 Questions with ERL". We've interviewed heads of RL organizations all over the world to help get an insight into the dreams they have and the challenges they face. It's a weekly series. First interview is with Rugby League Ireland.
  5. The problem with the international game seems to be money - because the top sides pay players and they get treated better. Can we stop them being paid money for international representation by the nations, and instead set aside some of the league sponsorship money for clubs? Governing bodies could then give it to clubs for players who play internationally for any country, with a cap on the total money each club can receive to balance it out. Positives: Motivates clubs to encourage players to represent at international level as they will get extra money. Encourages clubs to sign players who will represent at international level as they will get extra money. Encourages players to play for whichever nation they are eligible for and feel most attached to, as there is no other financial reward other than their club paying them more to attract them to the club in the first place. More likely international talent will be spread evenly throughout the clubs. I don't know whether this is the finished article, but encourage everyone to constructively look at it and develop it or give other ideas to form something we might all be happy with.
  6. Ireland's international year kicks off this year with them hosting Belgium in Bray