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NZ Kiwis

Kiwis Includes Seven New Faces For Pacific Championships

Auckland, New Zealand, October 4, 2023 – Seven players are in line to make their New Zealand debuts after being named in the Kiwis’ 21-man squad for the inaugural Pacific Championships. The potential debutants are led by North Queensland prop...
Kiwi Ferns

Kiwi Ferns Name 12 Debutantes in Pacific Championships Squad

04 October 2023 - Kiwi Ferns head coach Ricky Henry has confirmed his squad for the 2023 Pacific Championship, which features 11 potential Kiwi Ferns debutantes. Following their World Cup final loss to the Jillaroos last year, Henry calls on...
Kangaroos

Gallagher Kangaroos Squad

The Australian Rugby League Commission has today confirmed the 21-player squad to represent the Gallagher Kangaroos in the 2023 Pacific Championships. The Kangaroos selectors have named four debutants in the squad, which will play in the tournament against Samoa and...
Jillaroos

Harvey Norman Jillaroos Pacific Championships Squad

The Australian Rugby League Commission has today confirmed the following squad to represent the Harvey Norman Jillaroos in the 2023 Pacific Championships. The Jillaroos will play New Zealand at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville, on October 14, and AAMI Park,...
Takairangi Try against Samoa in Auckland

Eden Park to host Rugby League Triple Header

Tamaki Makaurau Auckland’s Eden Park will host a blockbuster rugby league triple-header between New Zealand, Samoa and Tonga on Saturday, October 21st, as part of the newly announced Pacific Championships in partnership with the NRL. The Kiwis will face Samoa,...
Pacific Test

Australia, New Zealand, PNG to host 2023 Pacific Championships

Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea will host matches in new Pacific Championships featuring men's and women's teams from seven nations at the end of the season. Kicking off with the Kangaroos hosting Toa Samoa and the Jillaroos playing...
2020 Rugby League Four Nations

Ashes, Kangaroo, Kiwi tours revived in new International Calendar

KEY POINTS • International Rugby League has agreed an International Calendar to 2030. • The return of the Ashes, with England Men and Women to tour Australia in 2025. • Kangaroo and Kiwi tours to resume. • International tours for other nations are...
Rugby League World Cup

World Cup in Southern Hemisphere in 2026; stand-alone Women’s World Cup from 2028

KEY POINTS · Rugby League World Cup moved to 2026 in the Southern Hemisphere. · RLWC2026 to comprise 10 men’s, eight women’s and eight wheelchair teams. · Reducing size of tournaments makes RLWC2026 more elite. · Designing of rejuvenated Regional Championships to aid...
Sampaguitas Philippines International Women team aiming for the RLWC

Sampaguitas Philippines International Women team aiming for the Rugby League World Cup

Good Things Come In Threes. The final week of July is proving to be a great week for Filipina athletes. First, the week commenced with the Filipinas, the Philippines Women National Football team beating host nation New Zealand 1-0 at...
England RL to host Tonga in Autumn Test Series

England Rugby League to host Tonga in Autumn Test Series

England will host Tonga in a three-Test series this Autumn – the first ever international series between the two nations and the first time they have met since 2017’s memorable Rugby League World Cup Semi-final in Auckland. Tickets are on...