rugby league


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rugby league

n
(Rugby) a form of rugby football played between teams of 13 players
Translations
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rugby league

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Jon Dutton, chief executive of the Rugby League World Cup 2021, said: "We are very pleased to be able to confirm Kingston Park as a host venue for our event in 2021.
The Rugby League World Cup is the most high-profile event in the sport of rugby league, globally contested every four years.
Rugby league is very popular in Australia and Pacific Island nations, as well as in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and France.
Dafydd Jones and William Lynch have been hosting the sessions under the guidance of the William's father Neil Lynch, one the directors at Wales Rugby League.
I guess my aim was to always try my hand at it one day and I'm buzzing to get involved with rugby league and the Super League.
Castleford and England star Luke Gale visited Middlesbrough yesterday, following the announcement the Riverside Stadium will host a men's group game at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
And the former Nottingham Forest man had no hesitation in describing rugby league as the most demanding, and honest, discipline of them all.
"I see honesty in rugby league. Little things like that appeal.
Director of rugby Kevin Sinfield said: "2018 is a hugely important year for England Rugby League and the mid-season test against Denver was the first step in building on the success of reaching the World Cup final in 2017.
The State of Mind Grassroots Program is helping to reduce the stigma around mental health in rugby league communities, Mr Hinchliffe said.
Meanwhile, Cardiff Metropolitan University is back after a two year absence from the Student Rugby League ranks.
This was interesting, not only as it showed rugby league was active in those days in Kent (which I actually already knew as I worked in Maidstone at the time) but also that rugby league teams were being fielded from the South Wales heart of rugby union.