Wales won the new European Championship, beating England for the first time since 1977 and defeating France in Carcassonne to the first time take home the new title for the first time since 1938. It was the first time a European Championship had been held since being cancelled after last tournament in 1981. The traditional format was used, whereby the three founding nations compete, each playing a total of two matches, where no final is staged. It was held in early 1995, to accommodate for the Rugby League World Cup taking place in the latter stages of the same year.

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  • Wales won the new European Championship, beating England for the first time since 1977 and defeating France in Carcassonne to the first time take home the new title for the first time since 1938. It was the first time a European Championship had been held since being cancelled after last tournament in 1981. The traditional format was used, whereby the three founding nations compete, each playing a total of two matches, where no final is staged. It was held in early 1995, to accommodate for the Rugby League World Cup taking place in the latter stages of the same year. (en)
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  • Field Goals: Jonathan Davies 2
  • Goal: Millet
  • Goals: Jonathan Davies 2
  • Tries: Kevin Ellis 2
  • Tries: Llong
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  • Wales won the new European Championship, beating England for the first time since 1977 and defeating France in Carcassonne to the first time take home the new title for the first time since 1938. It was the first time a European Championship had been held since being cancelled after last tournament in 1981. The traditional format was used, whereby the three founding nations compete, each playing a total of two matches, where no final is staged. It was held in early 1995, to accommodate for the Rugby League World Cup taking place in the latter stages of the same year. (en)
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  • 1995 European Rugby League Championship (en)
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