Rugby is for everyone. There is no reason that a person can’t enjoy rugby in one form or another. Many people will say that they are too old to play or they don’t know the rules; they don’t know where to find a team or they don’t know how to play. None of these excuses hold up under examination.
The inaugural Cameroon Rugby League XIII champions have been crowned at the end of the opening season after Black Boys De Douala defeated Taureau RL 10-0 in the men’s Grand Final, and Rock defeated Raiders 4-0 in the women’s.
Albania has become the 39th member nation of the RLEF after they were granted Observer status, further strengthening the sport in the Balkans.
Even though they are not playing particularly well England have shown over the last few matches that they have the fight in them. Much has been made of the attacking prowess of this England squad but they aren’t playing an attacking game of late. It is about time they start fielding a team that takes the game to their opposition and attacks all out.
Yes, you read that right, eSports could very well be an event at the summer Olympics in 2024. Recent discussions with the IOC have lent more credence to the rumors that this could, in fact, happen which led us to beg the question; ‘what is wrong with rugby league?’
Super League fans have been treated to myriad acts of individual brilliance over the course of a gripping season. We are now approaching the business end of the campaign and it is time to shower praise on the players that have stood head and shoulders above their peers thus far: