2021 Rugby League World Cup is confirmed

and the USA Wheelchair Hawks will be there.
2021 Rugby League World Cup is confirmed
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 organizing committee have confirmed that the biggest and best ever Rugby League World Cup will go ahead as scheduled in October and November 2021. The USA side will travel to England to take part in the tournament where their group matches will be held at the English Institute for Sport in Sheffield.

The Team USA Wheelchair Hawks announced their squad on the 4th of July, 2021, and they are:
James Abbs - Atlanta, GA
Lavern Anderson Jr. - Myrtle Beach, SC
Ballard Hall - Knoxville, TN
Mackenzie Johnson - Greenville, SC
William Johnstone - Canajoharie, NY
Anthony LeBoutillier - West Brook, MN
Jessie Lind (Vice Captain) - Jamestown, NY
Freddie Smith - Wilmington, NC
Micah Stewart - Charlotte, NC
Jefery Townsend (Captain) - Anderson, SC
Marco Bungert
Hyoshin Cha - Jonesboro, GA
Ben Lavender - Estherville, IA
Jasmine Townsed - Canyon County, CA
Amy Wilkes - Columbia, SC
Juan Jasso (General Manager) - Brownsville, TX
Geoff Mason (Head Coach) - Lithgow, NSW Australia
Bruce Wilson (Assistant Coach) - Abington, PA
Andrew Corbett (Media Manager) - Orangeburg, SC
Andy Lucas (Team Consultant) - Hawksbury, NSW Australia
USA Wheelchair Rugby League have selected Disability Labs of Houston TX to be team mechanics.
The team is currently based in Columbia, S.C (South Carolina) and have taken part in multiple sessions since January of this year, in preparation for the competition. The USA Wheelchair side is grouped with Wales, Scotland, and the defending champions France.
General Manager of the USA Wheelchair Rugby League side, Juan Jasso, recently attended the England versus Wales wheelchair International in Sheffield and said:
“It’s going to be an amazing experience for everyone involved with our team and The England Institute for Sport is a world class venue that is second to none. We will certainly be tested in this competition, but I am positive we will surprise a lot of people at the same time. The entire team is focused and working hard to best represent the USA.”
We thank the USA Wheelchair Hawks for representing the USA and look forward to future development of Wheelchair Rugby League here in the USA.