The Jamaica Rugby League Association today announced the rebranding of the domestic ‘Jamaica A’ team to become the Jamaica Hurricanes.
Kingston, Jamaica will host the 2020 men’s and inaugural women’s Americas Championship, the dates in November of which have now been confirmed.
Photo: Marlon Nunes of CMU carries the ball into Contact against UTech
The 10th Intercollegiate rugby league Championship will kick off on Thursday, January 23, with 6 of Jamaica’s premiere colleges and universities partaking.
Duhaney Park Red Sharks win Jamaica rugby league New Year 9s
The Jamaica Rugby League Association launched the 2020 men’s season with the second annual New Year 9s. Eight community and intercollegiate teams took part in the tournament at the Duhaney Park Mini Stadium.
Picture: Miguel Facey and Anthony Findlay of CMU stops Daniel Barnett from Exed at the try line.
CMU Spartans have retained the JRLA Intercollegiate 9s, held at the UWI Mona Bowl and which kicked off the ninth college season, beating Excelsior Community College Eagles 20-16 in the final.
Dual code superstar Jason Robinson will be proud to represent his family roots when he links up with the Jamaica Rugby League squad for the first time ahead of next Sunday’s international against the England Knights at Emerald Headingley.
Duhaney Park Red Sharks defeated GC Angels 24-16 to be crowned JRLA National Club Champions for 2019. In so doing, the Red Sharks record streak of Grand Finals win now move to 7.
Defending champions Duhaney Park Reds Sharks and GC Angels both scored comfortable wins over Washington Blvd. Bulls and Jamaica Defence Force Warriors in the National Club Championship (NCC) semi-finals on Saturday.