Announcement – New NWRL website
Wheelchair Sports Australia (WSA) are proud to announce the launch of the new National Wheelchair Rugby League (NWRL) website.
The new, user friendly site offers an insight into what’s happening in the NWRL and displays useful information on wheelchair rugby in Australia. It enables followers of NWRL to keep up to date with the latest news and monitor the scores as the teams battle it out for the Championship. After each Round, a summary of all the action from all the games will be provided along with details for the next Round.
The site can be accessed at www.nwrl.sportingpulse.net
APC MEDIA RELEASE
Monday 27 September 2010
Australia goes down in World Championship final
Australia has been defeated in the gold medal match at the World Wheelchair Rugby Championships today in Vancouver, Canada, going down 57-45 to the United States of America. More...
NSW Gladiators crowned National Wheelchair Rugby League champions for the 5th consecutive year - Click me for more
Australian Wheelchair Rugby Team Announced
Queenslanders Cameron Carr and Ryan Scott have been named co-captains of the Australian wheelchair rugby team announced today by the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC), ahead of next month’s World Championships in Canada.
The team includes Naz Erdem (VIC), Ryley Batt (NSW), Josh hose (VIC), Jason Lees (VIC), Bryce Alman (VIC), Ryan Scott (QLD) Co-Captain, Steve Porter (SA), Cameron Carr (QLD) Co-Captain, Andrew Harrison (VIC)
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Round 3 Update
Round 3 of the NWRL has been played in Brisbane with some games going down to the wire, and with Victorian Coloplast Thunder and SA Sharks finishing their round two match. All teams have now played 15 round games. With the run into the finals almost over, NSW Gladiators now sit on top of the ladder with the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans Wheelchair Rugby Team in a close second, SA Sharks in third spot and Victorian Coloplast Thunder coming in fourth position. Only two wins separate the top 3 teams.
Round 4/Finals round will kick off at 1pm on Friday 20th August at Ryde Aquatic Centre, 504 Victoria Road, Ryde. Games on Saturday 21st August will kick off at 11am at Oakhill College, The Northern Road, Castle Hill with Finals Game 1 at 4pm and Finals Game 2 at 6pm. The Bronze Medal Match will be played at 10am followed by the Gold Medal Match at 12 noon at the Ryde Aquatic Centre, 504 Victoria Road, Ryde on Sunday 22nd August. Following the Gold Medal Match, there will be a presentation to award the winning team the Champions Trophy, along with the Most Valuable Player, All Star 4, Best Referee and Best New Talent.
Wheelchair Sports Australia would like to thank the Australian Paralympic Committee and Telstra for their ongoing support of the National Wheelchair Rugby League.
Round 3 Update
International Wheelchair Rugby Federation 2011 Asia-Oceania Championships to be held in Seoul, Korea
The Board of Directors of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation, on the advice of the IWRF Competitions Committee, has selected Seoul, Korea, to be the host of the 2011 IWRF Asia-Oceania Zone Championship. More
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