18th November 2014
The first Jamaican Inter-collegiate rugby league title for the 2014-15 season, the Intercol 9's Championship, has been claimed by GC Foster College. The competition was played over two weekends and hosted first by The University Of The West Indies and then The University Of Technology.
3rd November 2014
Defending champions Olympic Gardens Angels kicked off the second season of division two rugby league in Jamaica with a 48-10 home win over Kingston Central Hounds.
The league has two new sides for 2014, with Duhaney Park Red Sharks and Liguanea Dragons entering...[read more]
2nd October 2014
GC Foster College defeated Liguanea Dragons 36-16 in the JRL Grand Final to be crowned National Club Champions and in so doing ended their 2014 campaign unbeaten with 12 wins. Played in front of large and energetic crowd at the University of the West Indies Mona...[read more]
16th September 2014
A new champion will be crowned in Jamaica's premier rugby league competition after Liguanea Dragons upset defending champions Duhaney Park Red Sharks in their semi-final and GC Foster got past Jamaica Defence Force.
The Dragons will contest their first Grand Final in only their third season...[read more]
28th August 2014
Twenty-four nations from three regions – the Americas, Europe and Middle East-Africa - attended the twelfth Annual Council Meeting and fifth RLEF Conference in London.
“The Council meeting was certainly the most energetic yet,” said Maurice Watkins, RLEF chairman. “The membership is increasingly involved and...[read more]
19th July 2014
A heavy rain began at around 2pm on match day and steadily drenched the the entire city. Despite the torrential conditions 3,129 fans braved the downpour to take in the 4th annual Caribbean Carnival Cup, a trophy Canada has won 3 years in succession leading into...[read more]
16th July 2014
The Jamaica Rugby League Association has announced their 22-man initial squad to face Canada at the Lamport Stadium in Toronto on Saturday (July 19) kick off 7pm. The Reggae Warriors will battle the Wolverines for the fourth annual Caribbean Carnival Cup, currently held by Canada after their...[read more]
28th June 2014
Papua New Guinea beat Australia 22-8 in a pulsating gold medal match to win the first ever Rugby League Commonwealth Championships. The two-day international Nines tournament at Broadwood Stadium in North Lanarkshire – an official Commonwealth event endorsed by the Commonwealth Games Federation - kicked off...[read more]