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NRL to extend use of sin bin

NRL to extend use of sin bin

NRL referees will be urged to continue the trend of making more use of the sinbin following a meeting of the new-look NRL Competition Committee today. The committee, which includes some of the leading figures in the Australian game, was

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Parliamentary Rugby League Group makes Gale their player of the year

Parliamentary Rugby League Group makes Gale their player of the year

The All-Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group held its annual dinner last night (20 November) and voted Castleford Tigers’ star Luke Gale, who has already won the Albert Goldthorpe Medal and the Steve Prescott Man of Steel Award, as their Player

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Women’s teams named for World Cup Round 2

Women’s teams named for World Cup Round 2

Canada and Papua New Guinea have rung the changes for their vital Round 2 Rugby League Women’s World Cup clash at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Sunday. The match, which is likely to decide which of the World Cup newcomers

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Tonga fans to have their day in Auckland

Tonga fans to have their day in Auckland

The RLWC2017 have announced that a fan day will be held in Auckland this Tuesday for Rugby League supporters in New Zealand to celebrate Tonga’s first World Cup semi-final berth after their 24-22 quarter-final thriller over Lebanon in Christchurch. The

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MPs back England’s men’s and women’s World Cup teams

MPs back England’s men’s and women’s World Cup teams

Members of Parliament have wished the England men’s and women’s Rugby League teams well for the remainder of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. A motion has been tabled in the House of Commons by Marie Rimmer MP, congratulating the

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Australia head for quarter-finals with Lebanon victory

Australia head for quarter-finals with Lebanon victory

Australia will face Samoa in the World Cup quarter-final in Darwin after securing a comfortable 34-0 victory over Lebanon today at the Sydney Football Stadium. Ahead only 10-0 at half-time, the Australian scored two tries in the final five minutes

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Valiant Bravehearts exit the World Cup with Samoa draw

Valiant Bravehearts exit the World Cup with Samoa draw

Scotland may have been reeling earlier in the week from the impact of three players having been sent home, but they recovered their spirit to secure a 14-14 draw with Samoa in Cairns, outplaying Samoa for much of the game

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Tonga shock Kiwis with second-half fightback

Tonga shock Kiwis with second-half fightback

Tonga scored 26 second-half points to stun New Zealand with a thrilling 28-22 victory in front of a full house today at Waikato Stadium, qualifying for a World Cup quarter-final against Lebanon or France, while the Kiwis will now play

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World Cup attendances sink during opening round

World Cup attendances sink during opening round

Questions are being asked over the marketing of the World Cup after the first seven matches in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea attracted an average crowd of only 10,782. That’s down on the corresponding figure of 13,035 for

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Fiji hammer USA in Townsville

Fiji hammer USA in Townsville

Fiji registered an impressive 58-12 victory over the United States today in Townsville to show why they are the favourites to be the Qualifier from Group D of the World Cup. The Fijians scored eleven tries in total after scoring

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