Wales Rugby League, the sport’s National Governing Body, have agreed to take over the running of South Wales Scorpions for the 2014 season after their founder and inaugural chairman Phil Davies decide
The 2014 fixtures have today been released. The Scorpions will entertain Oldham in their first league game before travelling to local rivals University of Gloucestershire All Golds a week later.
South Wales Scorpions forward Phil Carleton hopes that having a World Cup game in Neath will bring new fans in to see the Scorpions next year.
Wales and Cook Islands have released their 19-man squads for their final Rugby League World Cup 2013 match which is on Sunday at The Gnoll in Neath (kick-off 2pm).
|North Wales Crusaders||16||14||0||2||356||43|
|Hemel Hempstead Stags||16||8||0||8||16||28|
|South Wales Scorpions||16||5||0||11||-138||19|
|Gloucestershire All Golds||16||2||1||13||-343||12|
|Height:||187cm / 6' 1"|
|Weight:||87kg / 13st 9lbs|