Wales Rugby League




Wed 22/03NE1
Calderdale VS.
Leeds City

Wed 22/03NE1
Kirklees CoVS.
Greenhead C

Wed 22/03NW2
Hopwood HalVS.
Salford Red

Wed 22/03NW2
Moreton Rug6
Carmel Coll50

Wed 22/03NW2
Oldham 6th 0
Warrington 30

Wed 22/03NW2
St John RigVS.
Priestley C

Wed 22/03NW2
Salford Cit30
The Rugby L0

Wed 22/03NW2
Runshaw ColVS.
Cronton Col

Wed 22/03NW2
Winstanley 30
Wigan Warri0

Wed 22/03NW2
Wigan & LeiVS.
Cowley Sixt

Wed 22/03PE1
Coleg y Cym58
Bristol Aca24

Wed 22/03PE1
Bishop Burt44

Wed 22/03PE1
Hopwood Hal4
Halifax ERA8

Wed 22/03PE1
New CollegeVS.
Wakefield C

Wed 22/03PE1
Furness RaiVS.

Wed 22/03BCT
Nottingham 14

Wed 22/03CHA
Leeds Becke18

Wed 22/03M2A

Wed 22/03FRI
Manchester VS.
Edge Hill

Wed 22/03FRI
South Wales

Wed 22/03VA
University 4

Wed 22/03N3B
Sheffield A

Wed 22/03M2A
Nottingham 1
Oxford Broo64

Wed 22/03VA
Sheffield H26

Wed 22/03NE2
Leeds ColleVS.
Craven Coll

Sat 25/03C3
Newcastle TVS.
Midlands Hu

Mon 27/03FRE
Midlands HuVS.
Leeds City

Wed 29/03NE2
Craven CollVS.
New College

Wed 29/03VA
St Marys

Wed 29/03CUP
Hopwood HalVS.
Wakefield C

Wed 29/03CUP
New CollegeVS.
Halifax ERA

Wed 29/03VA
Liverpool J

Wed 29/03NPO
Nottingham VS.

Wed 05/04PE1
Bishop BurtVS.
Coleg y Cym

Wed 05/04PE1
Newcastle T

Wed 05/04PE1
Halifax ERAVS.
Furness Rai

Wed 05/04PE1
Wakefield CVS.
Hopwood Hal

Wed 05/04SPO

Wed 05/04NPO
Manchester VS.

Wed 19/04PE1
Bristol AcaVS.


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Rugby League is a fast and dynamic game, which involves great strength, stamina and skill, and is played through the summer, so no muddy pitches, or cold, wet training nights!

A great way to get, and keep, fit, as well as offering opportunity to socialise with new people in the wonderful Welsh summer!

Although Rugby League shares similarities with rugby union, it is important to see them as different games, and as such each has it's won unique set of skills.

Throughout South Wales there are many teams run teams at senior and junior level, and all are more than happy to welcome new player to their fold.

If you want to train to keep fit, or if you want to play some competitive team sport, Rugby League is a great way to keep fit, meet new people and socialise, so why not give it a go?

Email for more information on how to get involved with your nearest club or click here to go to our clubs list.


Wales Rugby League is committed to provide fully qualified coaches and assistant coaches to develop the game throughout Wales.

In order to become a coach, you don't have to have played the game, but you must have an understanding of Rugby League, however, playing experience can help, but is in no way essential.

What you must have is enthusiasm for the game, and the desire to impart your knowledge in an understanding and safe manner.

Most coaches will begin their coaching career with younger players, i.e. under 16 age groups, so patience is a key.

Wales Rugby League, in association with the Rugby Football League run several coaching courses throughout the year, and should you be interested in becoming a coach, please contact for details of the next course.

As with every responsible National Governing Body of Sport, Wales Rugby League has a stringent child protection policy which must be adhered to at all times by any coaches working with children, details can be obtained from Wales Rugby League.


If you want to get involved with Rugby League in a less formal way, then volunteering is the way to go.

From washing kit to distributing publicity flyers, working behind a bar to helping out on a fun day, volunteers are the backbone of any sporting organisation.

Every club in Wales requires an army of volunteers on a match day, to collect gate money, selling refreshments, collecting statistics during the games, collecting balls kicked into rivers, the volunteer is a key part of any team, and then some!

If you are an enthusiastic person, who has a few hours a week to give to your local club, please get in contact with them, they will be more than happy to hear from you!

Wales Rugby League has a volunteer charter, and all clubs are part of this charter, whereby volunteers are made to feel welcome and appreciated at their club, so there is plenty of support should you wish to become a volunteer.

Email for more information on how to get involved with your nearest club.


If you have a busy schedule, or even if you just want to relax on a Saturday afternoon in the sun, you can always support your local team.

Please see our fixtures list for your nearest club and next home game.

Wales Rugby League is a developing sport in Wales, and your support is much appreciated, try one game and we guarantee, it won't be your last!

As well as supporting your local club, Wales needs your support to, please keep coming back to find updates on your National Teams, an official supporters club, and great days out to International matches throughout the summer and Autumn.

Match Officials

No sport would be able to go ahead without them.

So if you have the enthusiasm and ability to become an official Wales Rugby League Referee or Touch Judge, we want to hear from you.

Courses are run before each season, and through Wales Rugby League's Official's Board, you could be appointed to officiate at any of our Conference fixtures throughout South Wales during the summer.

Our courses are also recognised by the RFL, so by building up your experience and knowledge, and completing further courses, you could progress to a higher level of officiating at National League or even Super League level.

Email The Match Officials to register your interest.

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