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The top 10 players from the second round of matches as judged by our expert panel
The all-important officials have now been announced to ensure proceedings run smoothly.
The wheelchair Rugby League World Cup starts with a double header on Thursday in London
Everything you need to know about wheelchair rugby league ahead of the November 3 start
The wheelchair tournament gets underway on November 3 with a double header at the Copper Box Arena
The Irish Wheelchair team will join their Men's counterparts at RLWC2021
The first 2,021 fans to sign up to the marketplace will receive a free digital collectable.
â€‹Rugby League World Cup 2021 today congratulates the Federation Francaise de Rugby a XIII following confirmation that France is to stage the 17th Rugby League World Cup in 2025.
One month to go till UK National Day is set to takeover Expo 2020 Dubai with a feast of all things British
The ball has been designed in partnership with Steeden and the Sullivan family to pay tribute to Clive and mark the 50-year anniversary of 1972 Great Britain team he captained to World Cup glory.
RLWC2021 Ambassadors Oliver Thomason and Jodie Cunningham were joined by Rugby League legends, including Shaun Wane and Martin Offiah MBE, for the closing ceremony.
All 18 original host town and cities remain involved with, all tournament finals now to be played in Manchester with Manchester Central set to host the wheelchair final.
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 officially begins today (15 November) as we can confirm the 61-match schedule will be revealed in full on Friday 19 November at 9am GMT.
Four England teams will play five fixtures this autumn to step up the nationâ€™s preparations for the Rugby League World Cup which will now be staged in the autumn of 2022.
The tournament will now take place between 15 October and 19 November 2022.
We hope ticket holders will remain supportive and can't wait for you to join us at an even bigger and better tournament next year.
The untested side are eager to show their strength on the global stage and maybe cause the odd upset here and there.
The armed-forces volunteers will be known as â€œJamesâ€™ Squadâ€ and will have special roles to play at the opening fixtures on 11 November 2021, when hosts England take on Australia.
This week, England Wheelchair international, SÃ©bastien Bechara, talks to us about his journey into wheelchair Rugby League, friendly rivalry between teammates and discusses his nationâ€™s opponents at RLWC2021.
The coin-toss was originally planned to be held in Manchester but today, the event was conducted virtually to decide the 'home team' for all group stage matches.
The full tournament schedule which will kick off with a sensational opening day featuring hosts England, who will take on Samoa at St Jamesâ€™ Park, Newcastle on October 23.