NEWS

news

FRANCE ANNOUNCES HISTORIC TEST MATCH AGAINST JAMAICA

28th April 2017

As part of their warm-up for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup - where they will face Australia, England and Lebanon in the group stages - the French Rugby League Federation has announced an historic Test with Jamaica, to be played at the Stade Gilbert Brutus,...[read more]

news

KNIGHTS UPSET CROCS TO WIN INTER-COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

26th April 2017

There was a huge upset in the Grand Final of the Jamaican Inter-Collegiate Championship when four times champions Mico University College Crocs were beaten for the first time in 2017 by University of Technology at the Alpha Boys Institute.

UTech triumphed 26-4, dominating...[read more]

news

CALABAR HIGH CROWNED U14 AND U16 CHAMPIONS

28th March 2017

Calabar High School have completed the double, winning the respective Grand Finals at U14 and U16 age groups, defeating Spanish Town High in both.

The U14s won 24-8 to end the season unbeaten, leading from start to finish. Jevantae Mellard scored two tries...[read more]

news

NEW INTER-COLLEGIATE SEASON KICKS OFF

31st January 2017

The seventh year of the Jamaican inter-collegiate season has kicked off with six premier tertiary institutions taking part.

Defending champions Mico University College, GC Foster College, The University of the West Indies, The University of Technology, Excelsior Community College and debutants Caribbean Maritime...[read more]

news

GC FOSTER COLLEGE WIN INTERCOLLEGIATE RUGBY LEAGUE 9S

30th November 2016

GC Foster picked up the first silverware of the 2016-17 Jamaican rugby league season when they defeated Mico University 20-0 in the final of the Intercollegiate 9's Championship.

Six colleges and universities took part in a round-robin tournament including debutants Caribbean Maritime Institute...[read more]

news

DUAHNEY PARK LOOK IN SEARCH OF DOUBLE

4th November 2016

Duhaney Park go in search of their second silverware tomorrow (Saturday) when they face the Jamaica Defence Force in the JRLA National Cup final.

The Red Sharks are so far undefeated in 2016 having won 15 consecutive games and, if successful, it will...[read more]

news

Wales 16 - 16 Jamaica

21st October 2016

Wales and Jamaica fought out a tough 16-all draw at Wakefield on a cold Friday night, but the Welsh, preparing for their World Cup qualifier in Italy next week, had enough chances to win the game.

The Welsh started well. Steve Parry broke...[read more]

news

WALES AND JAMAICA SET FOR FRIDAY NIGHT TEST

20th October 2016

A number of players could make their debuts for Wales when they face Jamaica at Wakefield's Belle Vue Stadium tomorrow night (7.30pm kick-off). Dai Evans, Ian Newbury and Ben Morris - who are all currently uncapped - have been named in John Kear's 19-man squad. 
[read more]

map
Rugby League