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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Fri Oct 14, 2016 8:11 pm

Vanuatu are also playing Solomon Islands in Port Vila, Vanuatu tomorrow.

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby sallymay » Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:37 pm

yep that's what Niue has been old too

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:58 am

http://www.rlef.eu.com/other/report?RLE00000763

16th October 2016 venue: Carlisle Grounds, Bray
Ireland 16
Tries: Hall (16), Phillips (34), Burekama (46)
Goals: J Kelly 2/3

Jamaica 68
Tries: Barnett (2, 23, 64, 75), A Brown (5, 70), Andrade (12, 20), Farrell (28), Peltier (37), Bowman (42), Reittie (60)
Goals: Coleman 10/12

IRELAND
Adam Doherty, Rob Armstrong, Paddy James, Alan McMahon, Jordan Hylton, Mikey Russell, James Kelly, Gareth Gill, Connor Phillips, Chris Hall, Matt McKelvey, Matty Cahoon, Wayne Kerr, Conor Mackey, Shane Kelly, Onisi Burekama, Adam Boyce

JAMAICA
Aaron Jones-Bishop, Richard Barnett, Lewis Bowman, Joseph Brown, Alex Brown, Jy-Mel Coleman, Daniel Thomas, Jode Sheriffe, Joel Farrell, Jordan Andrade, Baasit Agoro, Wayne Reittie, Corey Hanson, Keenen Tomlinson, Danny Bravo, Kadeem Williams, Ross Peltier


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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

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https://philcaplan.wordpress.com/2016/10/17/turkey-make-international-rugby-league-debut
TURKEY MAKE INTERNATIONAL RUGBY LEAGUE DEBUT

Turkey, who have been playing rugby league for less than a year, made their international debut facing Greek Titans at the Kallipatira Stadium on the island of Rhodes.

The hosts, featuring 12 players from the domestic RLEF Greek Rugby League competition, won 86-0 but the Turks – who reached the final of the Rhodes 8s in the build-up – showed great promise.

The Greeks were in control from the start with centre Mitchell Zampetides, who finished with six touchdowns, and Rhodes winger Panayiotis Lampousis both scoring a brace of tries to give the home side a 16-0 lead after 23 minutes.

Zampetides registered his hat trick in the 28th minute before he was sin binned soon after, whilst Turkey lost centre Onur Ersoy, sent off for alleged kicking out, and playing with one less player began to take its toll.

Winger Yiannis Valasas from the Aris Eagles club in Athens, finished off a back line move to score in the 35th minute and give the Titans a 26-0 lead at the interval.

The second half was a one-way affair with the Titans racing in for 60 unanswered points. It took six minutes after the re-commencement for the home side to score through skipper Jordan Meads, who also landed nine goals.

Spiros Kigais, a late replacement for the popular Pantelis Arfaras, crossed minutes later before a Lampousis break resulted in Meads scoring another four-pointer.

A powerful tackle from Zampetides jolted the ball loose for hooker Ryan Kambouris to score in the 56th minute, Meads adding the extras to bring up the half-century.

Zampetides then scored two quick tries, Aristoteli Taktikos went over in the 66th minute and Michael Lekkas, a popular figure in Rhodes, raced down the touchline to score two minutes later.

Zampetides recorded try number six before Aris Dardamanis and Nikos Bosmos showed some great skill and pace to complete the rout.

“Tonight was about showing how much progress the Greek boys have made. Most of the team came from the local competition and it illustrated how much good work is being done in Greece," said winning captain Meads.

Turkey are planning on hosting the Greeks next year and will commence their domestic competition shortly with five clubs involved.

GREEK TITANS 86

1 Dimos Kartsonakis (Rhodes)

2 Panayiotis Lampousis (Rhodes)

3 Michael Lekkas (Wentworthville)

4 Mitchell Zampetides (Hills District)

7 Yiannos Valasas (Aris)

6 Nikos Bosmos (Rhodes)

5 Jordan Meads (c) (Kawana Dolphins)

8 Stefanos Bastas (Rhodes)

9 Ryan Kambouris (Bulimba Bulldogs)

10 Aristoteli Taktikos (Narrabeen)

11 Ardonis Chatzimarkos (Rhodes)

12 Sebastian Sell (Mittagong)

13 Adam Kambouris (Bulimba Bulldogs)

Subs (all used)

14 Aris Dardamanis (Aris

15 Eugenios Malai (Attica Rhinos)

16 Giorgios Tsiakos (Rhodes)

17 Spiro Kigais (Rhodes)

18 Kostas Georgogalas (Patras)

19 Vasilis Lampadochytos (Aris)

Coach: Steve Georgallis

Tries: Mitchell Zampetides 6, Panayiotis Lampousis 2, Jordan Meads 2, Yiannis Valasas, Spiro Kigais, Ryan Kambouris, Aristoteli Taktikos, Michael Lekkas, Aris Dardamanis, Nikos Bosmos

Goals: Meads 9/15, Bosmos 0/2

TURKEY 0

1 Alicante Acar (Kadikoy Bulls)

2 Timur Keskin (Istanbul)

3 Aykut Kanaclar (Kadikoy Bulls)

25 Onur Ersoy (Kadikoy Bulls)

5 Furkan Keskin (Trakya)

6 Cem Severcan (Ruggers 34)

7 Doruk Celiktutan (Kadikoy Bulls)

8 Eren Kemal Sen (Kadikoy Bulls)

9 Ethem Coskun (Bankstown Giants)

10 Bora Ogul Boran (Ruggers 34)

11 Metin Mertsoy (Ruggers 34)

12 Cagri Yagiz Metin (Kadikoy Bulls)

13 Kemal Ege Gurkan (Istanbul)

Subs (all used)

14 Ahmet Onur Cetin (Kadikoy Bulls)

15 Taylan Kokuroglu (Kadikoy Bulls)

16 Hasan Huseyin Ozun (Trakya)

17 Mert Gungor (Kadikoy Bulls)

18 Tahsin Gungor (Kadikoy Bulls)

19 Nucettin Ten (Kadikoy Bulls)

Coach: Julien Treu

Penalties: 6-3

Half-time: 26-0

Referee: George Stilianos

Touch judges: Jim Minadakis, Ioannis Nake

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Oct 30, 2016 9:58 am

http://www.rlef.eu.com/other/report?RLE00000760

21st October 2016
Wales 16
Tries: Lloyd (11), Davies (30), White (67)

Goals: White 0/2, Davies 2/2

Jamaica 16
Tries: Jones-Bishop (23, 37, 78)

Goals: Coleman 2/4

WALES
Elliot Kear, Ian Newbury, Andrew Gay, Christiaan Roets, Dai Evans, Courtney Davies, Lloyd White, Gil Dudson, Steve Parry, Anthony Walker, Rhodri Lloyd, Ben Morris, Joe Burke, Rhys Williams, Matty Fozard, Morgan Evans, Connor Farrer

JAMAICA
Wayne Reittie, Richard Barnett, Alex Brown, Lewis Bowman, Aaron Jones-Bishop, Jy-Mel Coleman, Danny Thomas, Jode Sheriffe, Joel Farrell, Jordan Andrade, Danny Bravo, Mo Agoro, Corey Hanson, Keenen Tomlinson, Kadeem Williams, Jamel Goodall, Ross Peltier


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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

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http://www.rlef.eu.com/other/report?RLE00000739

22nd October 2016 venue: Parc Des Sports, Avignon
France 6
Tries: Pelissier (19)

Goals: Gigot 1/1

England 40
Tries:
Hall (26, 40), Clark (30), Burgess (35), Brown (68), McGillvary (71), Widdop (76)

Goals: Widdop 6/7

FRANCE
Tony Gigot, Mathias Pala, Benjamin Garcia, Vincent Duport, Olivier Arnaud, Stanislas Robin, William Barthau, Romain Navarrete, Alrix Da Costa, Remi Casty, Mickael Simon, Benjamin Jullien, Julien Bosquet, Eloi Pelissier, Mickael Goudemand, Gadwin Springer, Kevin Larroyer

ENGLAND
Jonny Lomax, Jermaine McGillvary, Kallum Watkins, Mark Percival, Ryan Hall, Gareth Widdop, Luke Gale, James Graham, Josh Hodgson, Scott Taylor, Elliott Whitehead, Michael Cooper, Tom Burgess, George Burgess, Kevin Brown, Stefan Ratchford, Daryl Clark

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:02 am

Niue 50 defeated South Africa 22

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby sallymay » Sun Oct 30, 2016 1:37 pm

Such a good game and Kody (from my team) got the first Niue try

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sat Nov 19, 2016 8:06 am

I am a couple of weeks behind the times but Niue won second match v South Africa 44-0.

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:48 am

Last weekend there was a quadruple header in Liverpool, NSW

Peru v Africa United
Uruguay v Hungary
El Salvador v Thailand
Chile v Poland

TEAM LISTS:
Peru v Africa United:

PERU
Frank Altamirano, George Altamirano, Paul Altamirano, Juan Carlos Carrion, Corey Daniela, Sean Day, Luis Fhon, Jonathan Julca, Kurtis Labour, Jacob Parker, Aaron Perez, Mitchell Perez, Martin Portillo, Sergio Rios, Jye Sommers

AFRICA UNITED
Obed Karwhin, Job Baboth, Mun Mapiou, Bill Benjamin, Geofrey Duku, Jonathan Saweris, Bevan De Vries, Gerald Dzirutwe, Yibeltal Campbell, Joel Tubbs, William Peters, Acout Dut, Daniel Dut, Seth Buckley, Jordan Adebumowa, Samuel Mariel, Frederick Solo

Uruguay v Hungary:
URUGUAY
Matt Cama, Michael Leon, Matty Booth, Angel Morrison, Javier Britos, Gabriel Papa, Jesse Graham, Michael Pizzorno, Niko Cama, Steven Clarke, Andres Rossini, Julio Toledo, Josh Gadea Hellyer, Eric Rendo, Pablo Florentin, Federico Gonzalez, Michael Byng-Bolz

HUNGARY
Nathan Farkas, Marty Schneider, Danny Schneider, Stephen Nemeth, Ryan Nemeth, Jred Farkas, David Farkas, Joseph Toth, Aaron Frkas, Karoly Acsai, Chris Schneider, Brent Varga, Eddie Ertl, Max Feast, Josh Institoris, Matthew Pankasz, Shane Stevens, Daniel Bridges, Stephen Toth,Paul Graham

El Salvador v Thailand:
EL SALVADOR
Alvaro Alarcon, Michael Alarcon, Fredy Arteaga-Figueroa, Chris Castro, Daniel Godinez, Jono Godinez, Frank Godinez, Miguel Gonzalez, Roberto Gonzalez, Josh Guzman, Jimmy Iraheta, Jose Martinez, Nelson Melgar, Joaquin Mendoza, Oscar Mendoza, Rafael Mendoza, Eric Orellana, Ronnie Rivas, Brandon Rodriguez
Sebastian Schubert, Michael Zamora-Rivera

THAILAND
Damien Nicholls, Micky Pannao, Opal Pesanan, Dangmo Chimpla, Suhttirak Choengkhiri, Chris Twigg, Micky Obrien, Will Scully, Eightt Saisiri, Carlin Millar, Joey Halpin, Scott Stapleton, Don Boonkhit, Rhys Tucker, Curtis Baxter, Dan Thomas, Winston Witharjonkul, Travis Clements, Vissut Domklang, Dylan Baxter

Chile v Poland:
CHILE
James Horvat, Jose Nitor-Alvear, Joshua Munoz, Ben Fisher, Jon Munoz, Brad Millar, Trent Millar, Eduardo Wegener, Israel Perez-Bueno, Josh Betros, Patrick Caamano, Jonathan Espinoza, Peter Betros, Mana Castillo-Sioni, Alvaro Avaria, John Araya, Jaxson Uzabeaga, William Climpson, Sergio Montenegro

POLAND
Matt Haskie, Jayden Zelezniak, Ben Field, Dwayne Mosley, Sean Kowalski Alex Kowalski, Cheyne Pike, Zac Pitt, Jaydon Sienkiewicz, Stephen Kolodziej, Mitchell Sahw, Ben Scerbanik, Todd Mosley, Ethan Niszczot, Jordan Owen, Mark Chmurycz, James Usher, Jackson Field

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:49 am

Africa United 68 defeated Peru 10. Halftime: Africa United 44-0.

Hungary 50 defeated Uruguay 4. Halftime: Hungary 28-0.

Thailand 32 defeated El Salvador 12. Halftime: Thailand 22-6.

Poland 56 defeated Chile 0. Halftime: Poland 30-0.

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:56 am

Last Saturday Philippines also played Malta at Cabramatta. BTW I am don't think that is ex-Storm winger Jake Webster.

http://www.rlef.eu.com/other/report?RLE00000769

4th February 2017 venue: New Era Stadium, Cabramatta
Philippines 26
Tries: John Nicodemus 2, Ned Stephenson 2, Richie Goodwin Goals: Kieran Wiggins 3/5

Malta 44
Tries: Aaron Grech, Luke Cauchi 4, Jake Attard, Nathan Benson, Joel Bradford Goals: Aaron Weston 0/1, Nathan Benson 6/7

PHILIPPINES
Steve Tolo, John Nicodemus, Ned Stephenson, Dennis Gordon, Richie Goodwin, Kieran Wiggins,James Marcus, Ellis Jensen, Luke Srama, Glenn Power, Will Grooms, Ricky Kucia, Rez Phillips, Ryan Clarke, Dylan Jones, Rupert Zappia, Gerald Tulud

MALTA
Joel Bradford, Jake Webster, Nathan Falzon, Aaron Weston, Nathan Benson, Luke Cauchi, James Redman, Dean Zammit, Jake Attard, Jake Lennox, Jake Grace, Kyal Greene, Aaron Grech, Matt Thompson, Jonathon Trott, Benjamin Stone, Christopher Rapinette

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:47 pm

Lebanon 32 defeated Niue 16

Malta 48 defeated Hungary 16

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Scooter » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:22 pm

France 34 defeated Jamaica 12

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Re: Other Rugby League Internationals

Postby Mattpoet » Sun Oct 22, 2017 11:51 am

Any teams and scorers?


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