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Trinidad and Tobago Rugby League

Trinidad & Tobago Rugby League Association receives government mark

By Phil Caplan, Date: 16/3/13

The Trinidad and Tobago Rugby League Association has been recognised by their Ministry of Sport, the second Caribbean nation to achieve such a mark.

“March 1st, 2013 marked a momentous occasion for the TTRLA,” said founder and president Chad Simeon, less than a year after being accorded Observer status with the RLEF. “The TTRLA is honoured and is very optimistic about the momentum rugby league will gain here as a result.”

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IRL membership: Nations Reclassified

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Reaction from Euro nations to new Rugby League world rankings

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