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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. I found this article rather touching. I must be getting soft.
  3. 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.
  4. It really winds me up (probably almost as much as Scubby) the lack of England home internationals. Now I get the Southern Hemisphere issues mid season, with the NRL not playing ball but we need to build up scheduled internationals each year. Forget all this Knights rubbish (unless they're playing a warm up to any SH touring side), we should have annual test matches vs France and Wales. The Welsh have a lot of talent coming through, as shown by the recent U16s result, so lets capitalise on this and give them something to strive to. Who cares if we beat both of them by 40 points at first, other sports don't worry about such score lines - we need to preservere with it and over a 10-20 year period see the fruits blossom. We're far too short sighted chopping and changing things. I would like to see us play Wales mid season before a test vs a Southern Hemisphere team and France at the end of season, again before any Southern Hemisphere teams. I don't mind if the France test is in France, just as long as we play! Quite why the bigwigs can't see this is beyond me
  5. Serbia, Wales and Italy have begun preparations for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, Pool A European Qualifiers. Current European Champions, Wales start as favourites, the Serbs are looking for a passage to the main tournament for the first time and the Azzurri are attempting to build on their encouraging 2013 showing. “Winning European Championship B last year and getting a chance to continue our quest to the World Cup 2017 is history making for Serbian Rugby League.,” said their president Predrag Pantic. “We are excited and honoured to be in this position but we won’t be fazed by the great opportunity we earned with hard work and dedication.” Wales Rugby League is looking to build structure, as well as take their place in the Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea staged World Cup next year. “We are geared towards improving the performance of the national team and improving the structure of the domestic league,” said CEO, Chris Thair. “An appearance at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup would provide a platform to do that. We want to gain financial reserves and make sure that 2018 is a turning point for the sport in Wales. “ Orazio D’Arro, president of the FIRL (Italian Rugby League Federation) expects their game at Monza, as part of a ‘festival of rugby league,’ to be a turning point for the sport in his country. “This is an important moment for us and our development, we have prepared well and created a strong and united group of players,” he said. “We have worked hard to give stability to our domestic league and, at the same time, tried to create a large, proud, young national squad. “ RLWC2017 – EUROPEAN QUALIFIERS – POOL A 15 October 2016 – Wales v Serbia, Stebonheath Park, Llanelli 22 October 2016 – Serbia v Italy, Makis Stadium, Belgrade 29 October 206 – Italy v Wales, Stadio Brianteo, Monza
  6. Anyone know a pub etc that will be showing Wales v Kukis near The Shay?