2020-01-16T19:09:12+00:00January 16th, 2020|RL News, Scotland RL Team, Scotland Wheelchair RL|

The draws for the Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) took place at Buckingham Palace today (Thursday 16 January), where each competing nation in the respective men’s, women’s and wheelchair events learnt their group opponents. Conducted by HRH The Duke of Sussex, Head of UK Sport, Dame Katherine Granger DBE and RLWC2021 International Ambassador [...]

International Rugby League to award Golden Boot for best international wheelchair rugby league player

2020-01-08T09:23:02+00:00January 8th, 2020|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

International Rugby League will be awarding the Golden Boot to the player who is judged to have been the best wheelchair rugby league player in international competitions during the year. This award joins and sits alongside the Golden Boots awarded annually to the best international male and female players giving the game a trio [...]

Anderson wins Wheelchair Player of the Year

2020-01-01T00:35:47+00:00January 1st, 2020|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

The Wheelchair Player of the Year, who received the Graeme Stewart Award, named after Scotland Wheelchair RL pioneer Graeme Stewart, is Dundee Dragons star Jay Anderson. Anderson has picked up the Graeme Stewart for the first time following a successful year including Captaining Scotland to their first win since 2015. Scotland Wheelchair RL Head [...]

England outclass Scotland in game 2

2019-10-04T14:15:11+00:00September 30th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

Scotland (0) 1 Drop Goals: Grant England (60) 136 Tries: 2 - Halliwell (2), Boyd-Ward(2), Hazel (2), King, Nye, Collins (3), Butler (5), Hawkins (5), Mulhall Goals: Halliwell (7), Collins (11), Nye, Hawkins (3) England won the toss and elected to receive Scotland kicked off and after 3 drives from England Tom Halliwell broke [...]

Wales dominate Scotland in Tri-Nations opener

2019-10-04T14:16:06+00:00September 30th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

Wales (48) 90 Tries: S Williams (2), Halsey (4), Trigg-Turner (2), Owen (2), M Williams, Roberts, Higgins, Taylor, Carver Goals: Halsey (7), Higgins (4), M Williams, Taylor (3) Scotland (6) 12 Tries: Mellon, Dobson Goals: Grant, Mellon Scotland opened up their Tri-nations campaign on Saturday with a 90-12 defeat to Wales It wasn’t the [...]

Wheelchair Tri-Nations squad announced

2019-09-24T19:55:18+00:00September 22nd, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

As we build up to the Tri-Nations in Wales next weekend we can finally reveal your Wheelchair Bravehearts squad. Long serving Graeme Stewart is still injured but it's a return for the influential Michael Mellon and a return to international action for Daniel Grant after an excellent season with Gravesend Dynamite. Jay Anderson retains [...]


2019-07-18T12:02:28+00:00July 18th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has today revealed the confirmed nations who will participate in the wheelchair tournament in 2021. The announcements were made across the tournament’s official social media channels, we saw each of the eight individual nations revealed with a unique video showcasing what each nation will bring to RLWC2021. Set [...]


2019-05-24T07:54:15+00:00May 24th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL, Scotland Women, Wheelchair|

Following its first-ever Congress in Istanbul, Turkey, the RLEF has announced the creation of two new European Championships, beginning in 2023, for the wheelchair and women’s game. RLEF general manager Chris Thair commented: It is important that we continue to reflect our members activities and needs. Both the women’s and wheelchair games have grown [...]

Scotland overpowered by Wales

2019-04-29T11:49:19+00:00April 29th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

Wales: (54) 102 Tries: Williams (6), H. Jones (5), Caron (3), Taylor, Trigg-Turner(4) Goals: Williams (7), Taylor (1), Davies (1), Trigg-Turner (4) Scotland: (4) 10 Tries: Willans, Hawkins Goals: Hawkins In the second game Jim introduced the trio of debutants in John Willans, Alex Howe and Mac Mclaren. The opening started brightly for Scotland [...]

Scotland claim first win since 2015

2019-04-29T11:43:50+00:00April 29th, 2019|Scotland Wheelchair RL|

Ireland: (38) 42 Tries: Groves (4), Walker, Argent, Hope, Godward Goals: Godward (5) Scotland: (18) 52 Tries: Young (2), Hawkins(7), Anderson, Dobson Goals: Young (3), Hawkins Scotland Wheelchair Rugby League coaches Peter Lowis and Jim Dyson named 4 new debutants in the squad for the Celtic Cup hoping to gain a win in all [...]

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