Photo Credit - North Wales Buccaneers RLFC
Wales have selected their first ever “Masters Rugby League” squad, who will compete against England and Ireland in a Tri-Nations Day in Bethesda on Saturday 16th May.
WALES DRAGONHEARTS 34 MALTA KNIGHTS 18
By Ian Golden at Brewery Field (Photo Credit: www.ianlovell.com , Jarrad Sammut scores for Malta)
Wales Dragonhearts overcame Malta Knights in a very competitive match in Bridgend, scoring two late tries to win 34-18.
Phoito Credit (www.ianlovell.com)
Wales Dragonhearts are hoping to bounce back from last week’s defeat to England Lions when they take on Malta Knights at Morganstone Brewery Field this Saturday (kick-off 2.30pm).
Photo: Man of the match Kurtis Haille racing for one of his tries, plus the Dragonhearts side
By Ian Golden at Cardiff Arms Park (Photo Credit: www.ianlovell.com)
Photo: Lithunaia's Ernestas Lisauskas, their first ever try scorer, on the charge (Credit Action Photo's)
A new chapter of international rugby league will begin this Sunday when Lithuania are the visitors to BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park to take on Wales Dragonhearts (kick-off 2.30pm).
Buy tickets for the match at wrl.wales/tickets.
Wales Dragonhearts head coach Ian Newbury has named a 27-man squad for their four-match autumn series, which starts with a home game against South of England Lionhearts at The Gnoll in Neath on Saturday 26th October.