Wales vs Cook islands Rugby League World Cup Live Stream: 19 OCT 2022


Wales vs Cook islands Rugby League World Cup Live Stream: 19 OCT 2022


Rugby League World Cup 2022: Wales vs Cook Islands Live Online

on 19 October 2022


The Rugby League World Cup 2022 will kick off on October 19, 2022, at Leigh Sports Village, with a match between Wales and the Cook Islands. No additional software or hardware is required to see the Cook Islands vs. Wales match from anywhere in the world.

The Rugby League World Cup 2022 match between the Cook Islands and Wales will be broadcast live on All you will need to do is get a premium subscription because Rugby Live TV provides all sports at a fair price in one location. Watch the full RLWC 2022 tournament right here!

Group D-Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Wales, Tonga

Wales RLWC 2022 Live Stream:

Head Coach: John Kear
Capt. Elliot Kear,
World Cup Appearances: 5 (1975, 1995, 2000, 2013, 2017)

Wales RLWC Squads:

Squads: Rhys Williams, Anthony Walker, Luis Roberts, Josh Ralph, Ollie Olds, James Olds, Rhodri Lloyd, Elliot Kear, Tom Hopkins, Dalton Grant, Matty Fozard, Dan Fleming, Ben Evans, Kyle Evans, Will Evans, Rhys Evans, Curtis Davies, Connor Davies, Mike Butt, Chester Butler, Joe Burke, Gavin Bennion, Bailey Antrobus, Caleb Aekins.

Wales RLWC Preview:

Twenty years after one of the best times for Welsh rugby league, the Dragons are getting ready to host the World Cup in their own country.

Their first game, in Leigh, against the Cook Islands, will be a tough test. Their next two games, against Tonga and Papua New Guinea, will be even harder.

In June 2018, they played their first international since then, losing to France 34-10 in Albi.

Since the year 2000, they have not made it out of the group stage in the World Cup.

Wales RLWC Schedule 2022

Cook Islands (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh); 
Tonga (Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens);
 Papua New Guinea (Eco-Power Stadium, Doncaster)

Cook Islands RLWC 2022 Live Stream:

Head Coach: Tony Iro
Capt. Esan Marsters
World Cup Appearances: 2 (2000, 2013)

Cook Islands RLWC Squads:

Squads: Paul Ulberg, Zane Tetevano, Aaron Teroi, Brad Takairangi, Reubenn Rennie, Vincent Rennie, Reuben Porter, Brendan Piakura, Dom Peyroux, Pride Pettersen-Robati, Moses Noovao-McGreal, Ruatapu Ngatikaura, Dylan Napa, Tepai Moeroa, Davvy Moale, Esan Marsters, Steven Marsters, Makahesi Makatoa, Kayal Iro, Anthony Gelling, Johnathon Ford, Geoffrey Daniela, Tinirau Arona, Tevin Arona.

Cook Islands RLWC Preview:

After a nine-year hiatus, the Cook Islands will compete in the Rugby League World Cup again, with the goal of making it out of the first round of pool play for the very first time in their history.

The Kukis' most recent international match occurred earlier this year against the Samoans in Campbelltown, when they were defeated by a score of 42-12. In 2013, they won over Wales but lost to Tonga and the U.S.

This year, they will begin their schedule in Leigh against Wales, then travel to Warrington to take on Papua New Guinea, and finish in Middlesbrough against Tonga. Their match with the Welsh looks like the easiest to win, but they'll also need to beat either Papua New Guinea or Tonga if they want to advance out of their group.

Cook Islands RLWC Schedule: 

Wales (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh);
Papua New Guinea (Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington); 
Tonga (Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough)

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