rugby league


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rugby league

a form of rugby football played between teams of 13 players
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We're really stoked to be coming to Wrexham to play Wales at the 2013 Rugby League.
It will lay a good foundation for rugby league to build upon.
GOOD GAME: Children from Beechwood pose with, left to right, Tom Dillon and David Wilson from Newcastle Falcons with Jason Payne and Ryan McBride from Gateshead Thunder Rugby League while, far left, a player takes a break MY BALL: Players throw themselves into the action at the tag Rugby League tournament LOOK HERE: Hall Garth headteacher Steve Taylor teaches some of the players the New Zealand Haka, below WE'RE ON THE RUN: Kids from Teesside give Rugby League a shot
Wales Rugby League Executive Chairman Mark Rowley said: 'I'm really pleased for Wayne.
Rugby League 2004-2005 published by League Publications is available now priced pounds 15.
A steering group of prominent rugby league supporters will create a scholarship endowment fund of pounds 300,000.
Ford, who enjoyed a successful rugby league career with Wigan and Castleford, believes that Ireland's rugby union players can gain a great deal from the 13-man code.
Stick with Super Sports Mirror to discover what's happening to the big names in Rugby League.
Grand Prix Founder William Tatham confirmed the strategic importance of this partnership, stating, "Clearly Rugby Union is the NFL of world rugby, but Rugby League is a formidable foe both on and off the field, and growing stronger every day.
The government is investing up to PS15million to put on a world-class show and up to a further PS10million into the game's infrastructure as part of the Northern Powerhouse agenda - and to help rugby league grow outside its traditional home.
The collaboration is intended for the promotion of rugby league among youths, the masses, women and enthusiasts across the country and in the Pacific region.