The Philippines National Rugby League team (nicknamed the Tamaraws) represent the Philippines in international rugby league football matches. They were established in 2011.
The Philippines National Rugby League (PNRL) was established in 2011 with a view of expanding rugby league further into Asia. The PNRL oversees the running of the national team, in 2011 it was announced that the Philippines would be playing their first game of rugby league at the 2012 International 9's at Cabramatta, while also being involved in other organized international rugby league tournaments in the Asia-Pacific region.
International 9s 
The Philippines have twice been involved in the Cabrammata International 9s rugby league tournament, in 2012 they defeated Burwood-North Ryde 22-18 to take the Bowl Trophy.
In 2013 3 they selected 3 teams to take part in the tournament.
Tournament History 
Captain of the winning Philippines team, Luke Srama
holding the trophy at the inaugural Asian Cup
World Cup 
|World Cup record
||Team did not exist when qualifying began
||To Be Determined
Asian Cup 
Asian Cup 
The Philippines made their international rugby league debut in Bangkok on October 21st, 2012 with a match against Thailand, who were also making their international debut. Aided by a host of Australian-based players, Philippines won the match 86-0 in the first Asian Cup.
Current Squad 
2012 Asian Cup squad
Notable Philippines players 
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