By Brian Lowe, Date: 5/12/15 (Photo Credit Davey Wilson)
On a chilly and blustery Friday night in Jacksonville, Florida, the USA Hawks hung on to beat Jamaica 20-14 in the opening game of the Firehouse Subs Rugby League World Cup Americas Region Qualifying series.
In what turned out to be a competitive and entertaining match, the home team edged the visitors by four tries to three after leading narrowly10-6 at halftime.
Scotland have been struck a blow with the news that NRL star Peter Wallace is out of the upcoming World Cup through injury. The Penrith Panthers hooker or half-back appeared in the NRL play-offs with three broken ribs and a broken hand, injuries which must now be treated and the time required for recuperation has ruled Wallace out of the tournament.
Leading Super League referee Robert Hicks has been appointed to control Friday night's Rugby League World Cup 2017 match between Australia and France at Canberra Stadium.
By Brian Lowe, Date: 29/10/17 (Photo Credit NRLPhotos)
The #7 Fiji Bati have opened their Rugby League World Cup campaign with a convincing win against the #10 USA Hawks.
Kiwis Coach David Kidwell and New Zealand Rugby League have made the decision that Jesse Bromwich and Kevin Proctor will not be considered for the upcoming Rugby League World Cup campaign.
Ireland v Spain, Saturday 22nd October, Valencia. Kick-off 1.00pm GMT
By Rich Cowley, Updated: 24/10/17
Teams: Scotland v Tonga
Venue: Barlow Park, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Date: 29th October 2017
Kick-off time: 4.15pm (Local Time)
The eyes of the sporting world will be on Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea as fourteen teams contest the Rugby League World Cup 2017 (RLWC2017) from 27 October to 2 December 2017.
Date: 23/11/17 (Photo Credit NRLPhotos)
Australia will play Canada and New Zealand will meet England in the semi-finals of the Rugby League Women's World Cup at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Sunday, following the completion of the pool rounds.
Date: 21/11/17 (Photo Credit NRLPhotos)
Canada coach Mike Castle has rested a number of key players from Sunday night's historic Rugby League Women's World Cup win over Papua New Guinea for their Round 3 clash with Australia on Wednesday at Southern Cross Group Stadium.