Malta Rugby League has named an expanded train-on squad for what is set to be the national team’s busiest-ever schedule.
RLEF representatives completed their visit to the EU Sport Forum in St Julian’s, Malta, which focused on good governance, grassroots sport, volunteering, anti-doping, innovations and gender issues.
Malta Rugby League has named a 37 man train-on squad for both their 2016 international fixtures against Ireland and Thailand.
Malta will have to be at their best to upset world number seven nation Ireland in a friendly international at the Melita Football Ground at Pembroke (9.00pm) Saturday evening.
Both captains and coaches addressed a press conference today at the Alexandra Hotel in St Julian’s where they told the press they were both ready for a fierce test as the first occasion the two nations will meet in a rugby league international.