Date: The thirteenth JRLA championship season has ended with Duhaney Red Sharks completing a three-peat, retaining their title with a hard-fought 10-4 win over GC Foster College at the Up Park Camp, home of Jamaica Defence Force.
The JRLA National Club Championship kicks off today with six teams challenging for rugby league supremacy in Jamaica.
The League is in its ninth year and continues to build as one of the island’s premier sporting competitions.
By Romeo Monteith, Date: 2/6/13
Jamaicaâ€™s premier rugby league competition, The National Club Championship (NCC), gets into full swing with six teams; Vauxhall Vultures, Liguanea Dragons, JDF Warriors, GC Foster Lions, Spanish Town Vikings and Duhaney Park Red Sharks, taking part.
Photo Credit Lisa Ashman - Jenson Morris of Jamaica carries the ball. USA # 6 Sterling Wynn and Sean Hunt attempts the tackle.
The Jamaica Reggae Warriors defeated the USA Hawks 26-24 in a thrilling encounter at the UWI Mona Bowl Stadium on Saturday. The win was Jamaica’s second win over the powerful Hawks in 8 meetings. The match was played on the International weekend of rugby league and was historic in nature as it marked the USA’s first visit to Jamaica.
The Jamaica Rugby League Association (JRLA) have qualified another batch of Level 1 coaches after an intense two day coaching course held at Mico University College.