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First we had Salford linking up with Ghana:

https://www.salfordreddevils.net/salford-red-devils-establish-long-term-partnership-with-rugby-league-federation-ghana/

Now Wigan with Ireland:

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2022/01/14/warriors-link-with-ireland-rl/

Great to see this type of thing, anyone know of any other RL clubs who are actively supporting a developing nation?

 

 

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Good to see. RLI need to update their website though. Would be nice to see how many clubs there are and which ones offer junior rugby. I know the Belfast Eagles do. It's good to see Wigan promoting their brand as well.

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4 hours ago, Whippet13 said:

First we had Salford linking up with Ghana:

https://www.salfordreddevils.net/salford-red-devils-establish-long-term-partnership-with-rugby-league-federation-ghana/

Now Wigan with Ireland:

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2022/01/14/warriors-link-with-ireland-rl/

Great to see this type of thing, anyone know of any other RL clubs who are actively supporting a developing nation?

 

 

I think various championship clubs assist with the Ukrainian league, as odd as that sounds I’m sure I read about it a while back, and their clubs mainly have the same suffix as championship clubs too. 

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1 hour ago, Sir Kevin Sinfield said:

While they lost both Ireland’s Galway Tribesmen and Scotland’s Edinburgh Eagles Challenge Cup games had very respectable scorelines against established heartland amateur clubs. They are clearly a reasonable standard. 

Eagles compete in North East so they would be closer to the standard. This would be Galway's first game against an established amateur club though.

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