Rugby League World Cup 2013 is offering fans from the UK the opportunity to be a part of a spectacular day of match action in the South of France.
A charter flight for Franceâ€™s clash with New Zealand at Parc des Sports in Avignon on November 1 departs Manchester Airport at 11.00am before returning in the early hours of November 2.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 28/10/13
Samoa were brave but New Zealand were better as the World Cup holders opened their campaign with a 42-24 win in Warrington.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 2/11/13
Australia will tackle two former Aussie internationals and a clutch of NRL stars when they face Fiji in St Helens on Saturday.
Rugby League World Cup 2013 organisers have announced today that the BBC and Premier Sports have secured rights to broadcast the tournament.
The BBC will bring live coverage of all England games to television and radio, starting with the Opening Ceremony which features arguably the biggest game in international Rugby League in England v Australia.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 12/11/13
Samoa have finished second in Group B and earned a quarter-final against Fiji after a fiery 22-6 victory over France in Perpignan.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 16/11/13
The Kiwis have advanced to the semi-finals with an emphatic display in Leeds.
New Zealand will face either England or France in the next stage after overpowering Scotland 40-4.
The Rugby League World Cup will be shown on TV stations all over the world. Channel Seven will broadcast all RLWC2013 matches live in Australia on the 7mate channel. In the UK the BBC will show all England games along with the RLWC Final while Premier Sports will broadcast all other RLWC games.
Rugby League World Cup 2013 Tournament Director Nigel Wood is confident that the closing stages of Rugby League World Cup 2013 can capitalise on the success of the first 25 matches.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 17/11/13
England have survived an early scare to defeat France 36-4 and reach a semi-final date with New Zealand.
By John Davidson, (RLP RLWC Correspondent) Date: 9/11/13
New Zealand has ended Papua New Guinea’s sorry World Cup with a 46-point thrashing in Leeds.