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Re: The World Cup : Thu Nov 24, 2022 8:37 am  
Jason65 wrote:
It was good to watch.

Enjoyed the tournament,wheel chair was a relevation and a brilliant showcase,the lads after the final only talked Rugbyleague up and were very very passionate about the game.
Did RL get some things wrong,of course they did,its RL after all.Will they improve you would think so.
Bring on the new season and more internationals please.


THe Wheelchair sport benefited more from the tournament, I personally had dismissed it through ignorance prior to the World Cup but once I watched one of the earlier games I was hooked. My very earlier vision of the sport was a wheelchair bashathon but the skill and team work was a joy to watch, and having Amor doing the commentary explaining the rules was a bonus.
Re: The World Cup : Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:05 am  
running all 4 comps together was the big success from this tourney, the whole project was average when it came to publicity and attendance, but the wheelchair and PDSL has been a big success, let us hope they build on that for 3 years time.
Re: The World Cup : Fri Nov 25, 2022 4:24 pm  
Sadfish wrote:
running all 4 comps together was the big success from this tourney, the whole project was average when it came to publicity and attendance, but the wheelchair and PDSL has been a big success, let us hope they build on that for 3 years time.


I know the French will be after revenge in the Wheel chair comp,that would be something to look forward to that is for certain.
Re: The World Cup : Sun Nov 27, 2022 11:52 am  
Sadfish wrote:
running all 4 comps together was the big success from this tourney, the whole project was average when it came to publicity and attendance, but the wheelchair and PDSL has been a big success, let us hope they build on that for 3 years time.


Hosting in places that have an arena right in the centre for the Wheelchair and a good stadium walkable from the centre for the Mens and Womens games is the way forward. Newcastle ticks this box, Liverpool will when Everton's new stadium opens etc. Gives the whole weekend more of a festival feel rather than people just going to one game then driving home.
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