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Rugby union in Austria

Rugby union in Austria is a minor but growing sport. The national team is currently ranked 79th in the International Rugby Boards world rankings, which ranks only the top ninety-five countries. Traditionally Austrian Rugby was strongest among stu ...

France national rugby sevens team

World Rugby Sevens Series Third-place: 2006, 2016. (Третье место: 2006, 2016) Winners: 2005. (Победители: 2005) France Sevens. (Франция Семерки) Dubai Sevens. (Дубай Севенс) Third-place: 2012. (Третье место: 2012) Runners-up: 2011. (Призеры: 2011 ...

1910 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand

The 1910 Great Britain Lions tour of Australia and New Zealand was the first international tour of the Great Britain national rugby league team, "The Lions". They played the second ever Ashes series against Australia, and their first as the visit ...

1920 Great Britain Lions tour

The 1920 Great Britain Lions tour was the third British national rugby league team or Lions tour of Australasia, where it was winter and matches were played against the Australian and New Zealand national sides, as well as several local teams. In ...

1932 Great Britain Lions tour

The 1932 Great Britain Lions tour was a tour by the Great Britain national rugby league team) of Australia and New Zealand which took place between May and August 1932. The tour involved a schedule of 26 games, 18 in Australia including a three-t ...

1936 Great Britain Lions tour

The 1936 Great Britain Lions tour was a tour by the Great Britain national rugby league team of Australia and New Zealand which took place between May and August 1936. The tour involved a schedule of 24 games, 16 in Australia including a three-te ...

1946 Great Britain Lions tour

The 1946 Great Britain Lions tour was a tour by the Great Britain national rugby league team of Australia and New Zealand which took place between April and August 1946. The tour involved a schedule of 27 games: 20 in Australia including a three- ...

1982 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia and Papua New Guinea

The 1982 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia and Papua New Guinea was a four match tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team. The New Zealand national rugby league team lost a series 0-2 against Australia, but defeated Papua New G ...

1986 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia and Papua New Guinea

The 1986 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia and Papua New Guinea was a tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team. Test matches were played in New Zealand, Australia and Papua New Guinea. The tour began on 6 July in Auckland and f ...

1991 Trans-Tasman Test series

The 1991 Trans-Tasman Test series was an international rugby league test series played in Australia between Australia and New Zealand. The series, which started on 3 July in Melbourne and finished on 31 July in Brisbane, consisted of three test m ...

1993 Trans-Tasman Test series

The 1993 Trans-Tasman Test series was an international rugby league test series played in Australia between Australia and New Zealand. The series, which started on 20 June in Auckland and finished on 30 June in Brisbane, consisted of three test m ...

1995 Trans-Tasman Test series

The 1995 Trans-Tasman Test series was an international rugby league, three test series played in Australia between the Australian Kangaroos and New Zealand national rugby league team. As the series was played in the middle of the 1995 ARL season ...

England at the Rugby League World Cup

England have competed six times in the World Cup, in 1975, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013 and 2017. They have never won the competition, though finished runners-up three times to Australia, in 1975, 1995 and 2017. In every other year, Great Britain have ...

England womens national rugby league team

The England womens national Rugby League team represents England in Womens Rugby League. They are administered by the Rugby Football League. Great Britain reached the first-ever Womens Rugby League World Cup Final in 2000, where they lost 26-4 to ...

2015 Conference League South

The 2015 Conference League South saw the competition increase to 10 clubs. The new clubs were Gloucestershire Warriors who were promoted from the West Of England Rugby League as champions, Torfaen Tigers who moved up from the South Wales Conferen ...

Harry Jepson Trophy

The Harry Jepson Trophy is a rugby league competition contested by teams from successor leagues to the Rugby League Conference. It is named after Harry Jepson.

History of the Midlands Merit League

The Midlands Merit League was a summer rugby league tournament in England. In its final two years, it was known as the RL Merit League. It has been replaced by Rugby, Midlands, North West merit League and Yorkshire and the Humber merit League.

History of the Rugby League Conference

The Rugby League Conference, also known as the Co-operative Rugby League Conference as a result of sponsorship from The Co-operative Group, was a series of regionally based divisions of amateur rugby league teams spread throughout England, Scotla ...

Midlands Merit League

The Midlands Merit League, was a summer rugby league tournament in England held between 2006 and 2009. It was a feeder league to the Rugby League Conference and had a season that runs from April to August. In its last season of 2009, it was also ...

North East Rugby League Regional Division

The North East Rugby League Premier Divisions is the lower league in a 2 division structure in rugby leagues tier 4. It is competed for by teams in the North East of England, Cumbria and North Yorkshire though in the past occasionally teams from ...

North West Merit League

The North West Merit League is a rugby league competition for clubs in the North West of England. It is a feeder league for the Rugby League Conference.

RFL Community Shield

In 2012, there were 30 sides drawn from different English regions: 8 in the North-West, 8 from Yorkshire, 2 from Cumbria, 2 in the North-East, 4 city, 4 from London / South-East / East and 2 South-West. Most regional bodies have put forward their ...

Rugby League Conference North West Division

The Rugby League Conference was born in 1997 as the Southern Conference, a 10-team pilot league for teams in the South of England and English Midlands. The first North West team to join the new league were the Chester Wolves, more teams from the ...

Rugby League Conference North West Premier

The Rugby League Conference North West Premier is a division in the Rugby League Conference for teams in the North West of England. It was first contested in 2008 following the collapse of the previous North Premier into the North West and Yorksh ...

Rugby League Conference trophy winners

The Rugby League Conference, also known as the Co-operative Rugby League Conference as a result of sponsorship from the Co-operative Group, is a series of regionally based divisions of amateur rugby league teams spread throughout England, Scotlan ...

Rugby League Conference Yorkshire Premier

The Rugby League Conference Yorkshire Premier is a division in the Rugby League Conference for teams in the Yorkshire area. It was first contested in 2008 following the collapse of the previous North Premier into the North West and Yorkshire Prem ...

Yorkshire & Humber Merit League

The Yorkshire & Humber Merit League is a rugby league competition for clubs in Yorkshire and the Humber. It is a feeder league for the Rugby League Conference.

Belle Vue (Wakefield)

Belle Vue in Wakefield, England, is the home of Wakefield Trinity rugby league team. It is beside the A638 Doncaster Road, approximately one mile south of Wakefield city centre.

Crown Flatt

Crown Flatt, known as the Tetleys Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a Rugby League Stadium in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England. It is the home of Bradford and Dewsbury Rugby League clubs. It occupies the site of Shaw Cross Colliery, which clo ...

Harvey Hadden Stadium

The Harvey Hadden Stadium is a purpose-built athletics stadium in the Bilborough district of Nottingham, England which is the home of the Nottingham Caesars, an American Football team playing in the BAFA National Leagues as well as the Nottingham ...

Huntington Stadium

The stadium was completed in October 1989 by contractors Birse Construction Ltd. It is situated two miles north of the city centre at Monks Cross, close to the A1036 Malton Road. The stadium was financed by Ryedale District Council and was named ...

Mount Pleasant, Batley

Mount Pleasant stadium as Foxs Biscuits Stadium) is a rugby league stadium in Batley, West Yorkshire, England. It is the home of Batley Bulldogs. The mount pleasant field is on a slope and is located on a hill overlooking the battle. The end of t ...

Prince of Wales Stadium

The Prince of Wales Stadium is a multi-sport stadium in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, with a running track and athletics facilities. Since 2014, the stadium has been owned and managed by The Cheltenham Trust. The stadium is home to blacks ...

Recreation Ground (Whitehaven)

The Recreation Ground is a rugby league stadium in Whitehaven, Cumbria, England. It is the home of Whitehaven. The ground has witnessed many other sports such as football, Boxing, Speedway and Whippet racing.

Elite One Championship 2007–2008

The 2007/08 season was the fifth year of the Elite One Championship, the top level rugby league competition in France. The season commenced on 6 October 2007 and like the previous season, there were 11 teams with one team missing a round each wee ...

Elite One Championship 2010–2011

Season 2010–2011 in the French Elite One Championship the top level league competition saw Lezignan Sangliers retain their title after they finished top of the table and then went on to beat Limoux Grizzlies in the Grand Final in Narbonne 17-12. ...

Elite One Championship 2011–2012

Season 2011/12 in the French Elite One Championship, the top level rugby league competition in France saw 10 teams play home and away matches before the top six progressed to the play-offs. The season ran from September to May. There were two new ...

Elite Two Championship

The Elite Two Championship is the second tier semi-professional rugby league competition in France below the Elite One Championship, but above the National Division 1. The season runs from September to April. The clubs play each other home and aw ...

Lord Derby Cup

The Lord Derby Cup, also known as French Rugby à XIII Cup, is the premier knockout competition for the sport of rugby league football in France. It is open to all French rugby league clubs and was also open to an Italian Club from 2017 to 2019: t ...

National Division 1

The National Division 1 is the third tier of rugby league in France, below the Elite Two Championship and above the National Division 2. The season runs from September to April. From season 2012/13 the league was split into regions East and West, ...

National Division 2

National Division 2 is the fourth tier of rugby league in France, below the National Division 1. The season runs from September to April. The Division is split into 5 regional leagues, Languedoc-Roussillon, Midi-Pyrenees, Aquitaine, Ile de France ...

Paul Dejean Cup

The Paul Dejean Cup is an annual rugby league knock-out competition organised by the Federation Française de Rugby à XIII for clubs in the National Division 1 competition.

1959–60 Kangaroo tour

The 1959–60 Kangaroo tour was the tenth Kangaroo tour, in which the Australian national rugby league team traveled to Europe and played thirty-seven matches against British, French and Italian teams, including the Ashes series of three Test match ...

1963–64 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France

The 1963-64 Kangaroo tour was the eleventh Kangaroo tour, during which the Australian national rugby league team traveled to Europe and played thirty-six matches against British and French club and representative teams. It included three Test mat ...

1982 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France

The 1982 Kangaroo tour was the fifteenth Kangaroo tour where the Australian national rugby league team played a number of matches against British and French rugby league teams, in addition to the Test matches. The Australia national rugby league ...

1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France

The 1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France was the sixteenth Kangaroo tour in which the Australian national rugby league team plays a number of tour matches against British and French teams, in addition to the Test matches. The next Kanga ...

1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France

The 1990 Kangaroo Tour was the seventeenth Kangaroo Tour, where the Australian national rugby league team travelled to Europe and played eighteen matches against British and French club and representative rugby league teams, in addition to three ...

1993 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France

The 1993 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France was a tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team. The New Zealand national rugby league team lost a series 0-3 against Great Britain but defeated Wales and France in one-o ...

2002 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France

The 2002 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France was a tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team. The New Zealand national rugby league team drew the series 1-all against Great Britain and also defeated Wales and France.

2003 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France

The 2003 Kangaroo Tour was a six-match tour by the Australia national rugby league team of France, Wales and England, and to date has been the last Kangaroo Tour. The last three matches were all Tests against Great Britain for the Ashes. Coached ...

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