TRL Festival of Rugby 13 in October


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TRL Festival of Rugby 13 in October

TRL Thai Rugby League has announced the Festival of Rugby League (Rugby 13) to be held in the Kingdom during October 2013 in Pattaya. The event will commence with a LIVE NRL Grand Final broadcast event on Sunday October 6th and conclude with a LIVE broadcast event of the Rugby League World Cup Game 1 between Australia and England on October 26. The events will include:

1.Foundation Cup between TRL Foundation Clubs Pattaya City and Asoke Bangkok against Foundation clubs from the NSW Rugby League.

2.Thai National side to play against 2 touring National Teams

3 Thai Residents side to play against a touring side

We have invited 3 countries to compete and 4 NSW Rugby League clubs to be involved in the Festival and we are well advanced in negotiations. We expect to be able to announce the clubs and National sides in the coming days said Shannon Crane, Chairman of TRL Thai Rugby League.

More details to follow;

Please contact Shannon Crane at enquiries@thairugbyleague.com to express your interest in getting involved.
Click here www.trlrugby13.com for more information.
Thai Rugby League TRL ©.SJ Crane Global 2012

Thats all for now, until next time,Tuk-Tuk

Choak Dee Krab

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