Adam Hills confirms which country he will represent in the PDRL World Cup

There’s not just one Rugby League World Cup this year, not just two, not even just three but four Rugby League World Cups in 2022.

A lot has been made of the other three with the Men’s, Women’s and the Wheelchair tournaments but not so much about the PDRL World Cup.

That’s despite some real celebrity power behind the tournament in the shape of comedian Adam Hills.

A member of the Warrington PDRL team, Hills has become a major figure in both the PDRL game and in Super League due to his role as Channel 4 presenter when they cover Super League fixtures.

So, the biggest personality in the sport there was a major story around who he was set to represent at the World Cup with the door open for him to play for England as well as his native Australia.

He previously spoke about it being a tough decision. Though he admitted that pulling on an England jersey wouldn’t give him the same butterflies as a green and gold jersey, his friendships in the England setup and their chance at winning the tournament could have tempted.

However, it transpires that there was always only going to be one answer with Hills confirming he’d represent Australia in the tournament on his show The Last Leg,

It means he’ll come up against plenty of his teammates.

The tournament is set to take place in November of this year around the same time as the other three rugby league world cups with this one being one of England’s best chances at being crowned World Champions.

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