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.
Wales Rugby League will play women’s international matches for the first time this autumn, taking on Great Britain Teachers, before their first ever test match against England Lions Women.
Wales head coach John Kear has named an elite train-on squad for the next two years.