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2021 Rugby League World Cup

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Men's draw

Group A: England, Samoa, France, Greece

Group B: Australia, Fiji, Scotland, Italy

Group C: New Zealand, Lebanon, Jamaica, Ireland

Group D: Tonga, Papua New Guinea, Wales, Cook Islands

Women's draw

Group A: England, Papua New Guinea, Canada, Brazil

Group B: Australia, New Zealand, France, Cook Islands

Wheelchair draw

Group A: England, Australia, Spain, Norway

Group B: France, Wales, Scotland, USA

 
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Hardyman's Yugo

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Team training bases for RLWC2021 announced to celebrate 500 day countdown













With 500 days to go until the opening fixture of the Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) at St James’ Park in Newcastle, the today we have revealed the locations of the team bases for all competing nations across the men’s, women’s, and wheelchair tournaments.
The squads from the 21 unique nations and 32 teams will be based in different locations across the country. The hosts, England will be based in three locations, with the men’s team in Manchester, the women’s team in Leeds and the wheelchair team in the country’s capital, London. The men’s holders Australia will join England in Manchester, while the women’s champions, also Australia, will be based in York. France, the wheelchair RLWC holders, will be based in Sheffield.
The full list of host towns and cities, and the corresponding nations is as follows:
• Bolton – France (Men’s)
• Doncaster – Samoa (Men’s)
• Hull – Fiji (Men’s)
• Leeds – Jamaica, Ireland (Men’s) | England, Papua New Guinea, Brazil, Canada (Women’s)
• Liverpool and St Helens – Tonga, Italy (Men’s teams)
• London – England, Australia, Norway, Spain (Wheelchair)
• Manchester and Trafford – England, Australia (Men’s)
• Newcastle – Scotland (Men’s)
• Preston – Wales (Men’s)
• Sheffield – Greece (Men’s) | France, Wales, Scotland, USA (Wheelchair)
• Tees Valley – Cook Islands (Men’s)
• Warrington – Papua New Guinea (Men’s)
• Wigan/Leigh – Lebanon (Men’s)
• York – New Zealand (Men’s) | Australia, New Zealand, France, Cook Islands (Women’s)

https://rlwc2021.com/article/226/te...2021-announced-to-celebrate-500-day-countdown
 
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Stone

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Jamaica has a national rugby league team ??? ... praise be to Jah !!! 🇯🇲

And get this ... their official nickname is the Reggae Warriors 😎

Think this might have to be my new lower tier team to support ... if nothing else you'd think these cats should have some real wheels out wide 🏎️
 
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Miket12

Miket12

Jamaica has a national rugby league team ??? ... praise be to Jah !!! 🇯🇲

And get this ... their official nickname is the Reggae Warriors 😎

Think this might have to be my new lower tier team to support ... if nothing else you'd think these cats should have some real wheels out wide 🏎️
And an "interesting" smell coming from their changing rooms.
 
Sky Waka

Sky Waka

Bradman Best qualifies for Wales through the heritage rule. Don't know how specifically.

The article I saw was unclear if he reached out to Wales, but someone let it be known.
 
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Umyla Hanley is an 18 year old fullback at Wigan and the son of Ellery Hanley who is of Jamaican descent. I think Umyla might qualify through the grand parent rule.

Don't ask me how to pronounce his name.
 
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Taumalolo has committed to going to the WC.

And there are rumors of players possibly switching allegiances.

Tonga could be
Hopoate, Tupou, Staggs, Hurrell, Watene-Zelezniak, Lolohea, Hingano, Fonua-Blake, Havili, Taukeiaho, Olakau'atu, Fifita, Taumalolo, Roache, Kaufusi, Fotuaika & Paseka

Samoa
Tabuai-Fidow, Nofoaluma, Crichton, Mulitalo, To'o, Brown, Luai, Haas, Leuluai, Paulo, liu, Schuster, J Papalii, Levi, Fa'asuamaleaui, Taupau & Asofa-Solomona

Cook Islands
Holmes, S Marsters, E Marsters, Manu, Rapana, Takairangi, Dargan, Tamou, Katoa, Molo, Edwards, Niukore, Tapine, Glenn, Robati, Tetevano & Napa
 
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matiunz

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This year yet?
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Taumalolo has committed to going to the WC.

And there are rumors of players possibly switching allegiances.

Tonga could be
Hopoate, Tupou, Staggs, Hurrell, Watene-Zelezniak, Lolohea, Hingano, Fonua-Blake, Havili, Taukeiaho, Olakau'atu, Fifita, Taumalolo, Roache, Kaufusi, Fotuaika & Paseka

Samoa
Tabuai-Fidow, Nofoaluma, Crichton, Mulitalo, To'o, Brown, Luai, Haas, Leuluai, Paulo, liu, Schuster, J Papalii, Levi, Fa'asuamaleaui, Taupau & Asofa-Solomona

Cook Islands
Holmes, S Marsters, E Marsters, Manu, Rapana, Takairangi, Dargan, Tamou, Katoa, Molo, Edwards, Niukore, Tapine, Glenn, Robati, Tetevano & Napa
NRL clubs need to release players for international duty, they’re the ones driving the Aus and NZ boycott as they don’t want the NRL compromised next year. Id be surprised to see any NRL frontline players involved
 
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NRL clubs need to release players for international duty, they’re the ones driving the Aus and NZ boycott as they don’t want the NRL compromised next year. Id be surprised to see any NRL frontline players involved

The clubs are so full of it. It's not unheard of for international players to join pre-season training in the new year.
 
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