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World Cup Fever!

The World Cup has gripped everyone’s attention during its opening stages – and Rugby League World Magazine brings you all the best interviews and analysis this month. From the opening ceremony in Cardiff to memorable nights in Warrington, Rochdale, Bristol

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Tonga v Cook Islands

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England v Ireland Highlights

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PNG star Menzie Yere meets The Queen

PNG star Menzie Yere meets The Queen

Ahead of his next match in Rugby League World Cup 2013, Papua New Guinea and Sheffield Eagles Rugby League star Menzie Yere, has received royal recognition for his outstanding work with the Kits2Kids Menzie Yere Foundation. Menzie, was given special

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Ablett wary of wounded Irish threat

Carl Ablett is expecting an Irish backlash when England take to the field at a packed John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield, tomorrow for their Rugby League World Cup 2013 Group A game (2.30pm). Ireland lost their opening match of the tournament

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Wales name team for USA match

Wales head coach Iestyn Harris has named his 19 man squad to play USA at Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium on Sunday (14:00) Neil Budworth Ross Divorty Gil Dudson Jacob Emmitt Ben Evans Rhys Evans Ben Flower Tyson Frizzell Jordan James

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Good luck, England

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Roby insists England are ready for Kangaroo challenge

England will kick off Rugby League World Cup 2013 against arch-rivals Australia at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday (2.30pm), and hooker James Roby says there is no better team for them to face following their defeat to Italy. Steve McNamara’s

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Lokomotiva Beroun win Czech Grand Final

Lokomotiva Beroun has gone through a second successive CZRLA First Division season undefeated, after a 36-28 win over Zemní Stavby Vrchlabí (formerly the Mad Squirrels) in the Grand Final. Beroun, playing on home territory, went into the match as hot

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England fall to an Italian job

ENGLAND 14 ITALY 15 By Liam Williams A drop-goal by Josh Mantellato two minutes from the end of gripping match gave Italy a shock victory over England by the narrowest of margins. It was little more than an Italy team

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