THE West Indies Ruby league Federation will celebrate a successful first year in existence when they hold their first presentation evening in the New Year.
THE West Indies Rugby League will make history this Sunday when the team will take the field for the first time ever as part of the 2004 Middlesex Nines Qualifiers at St Albans?s Woollams ovals. The first clash for the representative side will be against London Amateur Rugby League club, Haringey Hornets, where coaching panel, Steve Pryce, Dean Thomas and Alan Hunte will have their first chance to see some of the talent that has made itself available for the initiative.
THE latest news from the West Indies Rugby League as it continues to try and take steps to establish a serious international calendar.
THE West Indies Rugby League is proud to announce that Australian based Kombat Clothing has become the official kit and apparel supplier for all West Indies sides for the next two years. Kombat Clothing currently provides kits for Papua New Guinean and Tongan national sides, as well as the referees in the National Rugby League, and has been very quick in developing a reputation for quality.
WEST Indies will join 23 other teams after being confirmed as one of the successful applicants for the 2004 York Nines tournament to be held in June later this year. West Indies international sides FC Lezignan (France), Strela Kazan (Russia), South Asia Bulls, Les Hussards de Paris (France), Edinburgh Eagles (Scotland), Glasgow Bulls (Scotland), Montpellier X111 (France) and SO Avignon (France) against a range of different clubs and representative teams from all over England in the tournament.
AN update on news from the West Indies Rugby League Federation.
IT has been confirmed that the West Indies Rugby League will compete in the Middlesex 9?s qualification tournament, and will face off between 7 to 11 other sides in order to qualify for the main tournament which will be held on July 18 at New River Stadium.
STRENGTH and conditioning coach for the Sheffield Eagles, Dean Thomas, has been announced as High Performance Coordinator for the West Indies Rugby League in season 2004.
THE West Indies Rugby League has confirmed that it has applied for a position in the third annual European Rugby League Federation York Nines tournament which is scheduled to be June this year. The prestigious tournament, which has gained recognition in the Rugby League community in a very short period time, officially kicks off the Rugby League 9?s Grand Prix circuit.
1895 International, the fund-raising group that recently provided financial assistance to the successful Mediterranean Cup in Lebanon, has put its support behind the West Indies Rugby League Federation (WIRLF) for the 2004 season.