South Africa confirm next goal is 2020 MEA Championships participation

After defeat to the Cook Islands in their 2021 Rugby League World Cup qualifier at the weekend, South Africa has confirmed that their next step in rebuilding their international presence is to compete in the 2020 MEA Championships. “SARLSA is excited and keen to be part of the MEA Championships next year,” commented SARLSA president, Dr. Frans Erasmus. “It will…

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Burundi, Lebanon, Nigeria and South Africa bid to host 2020 MEA Championship

In the leadup to the second Middle East and Africa Championship, due to take place in Nigeria for the first time (from 2-5th October 2019), bids to host the 2020 tournament have been received from four nations. Competing in Lagos along with the host nation will be Cameroon, Ghana and Morocco. Nations submitting bids to host the 2020 tournament are:…

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