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When will the Australian Rugby League kick off?

RTE 1 April 14, 2019 13:30:47 Australian Rugby Union (ARU) will launch the 2018-19 season on April 13, 2019.

The Australian Rugby Championship, the national governing body of the game, will be played on April 18-19.

It is expected to be a huge and popular season for both the game and the sport.

The ARU has been running the competition for the past two seasons with a series of finals in 2018 and 2019, with the inaugural series in 2019 being played on the weekend before Christmas.

There will also be a number of local events to help fans enjoy the game on the same day.

Australian Rugby Commission chairman, Chris Finlayson, said the Australian rugby league was in a very strong position and the ARU was working hard to keep fans engaged with the competition.

“This is an incredible opportunity for us to launch the sport in the same way as other international sports,” Mr Finlsey said.

Rugby league fans have been waiting for an opportunity to watch the game from home, and are expected to flock to the stadiums on the opening day of the competition, which kicks off at 3:00pm local time (7:00am AEST). “

The game has become a very popular and growing sport and we are excited about the possibilities it will bring to fans, coaches and players.”

Rugby league fans have been waiting for an opportunity to watch the game from home, and are expected to flock to the stadiums on the opening day of the competition, which kicks off at 3:00pm local time (7:00am AEST).

“We are confident this will be a big hit with the fans,” Mr Halpin said.