Serbia threw the 2014-15 European Championship B wide open at the half-way stage with their second-ever win over Italy, producing a massive shock at the Makis Stadium, Belgrade to move top of the table on points difference with a 45-6
Italy second rower Cameron Ciraldo suffered a lacerated pancreas in the game against Tonga at Halifax on Sunday night and is likely to require surgery before being allowed to travel home. Ciraldo is due to take up a position in
Scotland will play New Zealand at Headingley on Friday after Tonga defeated Italy in Halifax. The result leaves both Tonga and Italy eliminated from the tournament. Tonga’s victory was built on a solid defensive display as they constantly nullified the
Tonga and Italy looked set to produce a scoreless yet exciting first half at Halifax with the deadlock broken 20 seconds before the interval with a penalty goal from Tonga’s Sami Langi. Play went end to end throughout but defences
Italy head coach Carlo Napolitano has named his 19 man squad to play Tonga at The Shay on Sunday(16:00) Chris Centrone Cameron Ciraldo Ben Falcone Ryan Ghietti Aidan Guerra Gavin Hiscox Anthony Laffranchi Joshua Mantellato Tim Maccan Anthony Minichiello Mark
Scotland and Italy shared 60 points in an end-to-end encounter at Derwent Park. After the Scots had come out of the half-time break with a two-point lead it went score for score with Danny Addy the first over in the
Scotland held a narrow two-point lead over Italy in Workington at half time of their Group C encounter. Both countries recorded wins in their first outings in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup but neither dominated this Derwent Park encounter.
A superb performance from centre Aiden Guerra led Italy to victory at the Millennium Stadium. Italy held a 14-12 interval lead, Guerra crossing twice for the Azzurri with Josh Mantellato kicking three goals whilst Wales had tries from Ben Evans
TWO tries from centre Aiden Guerra helped Italy to a two-point interval lead over Wales at the Millennium Stadium. The Azzurri centre crossed first for the Italians on nine minutes after a storming midfield break from Paul Vaughan. Ben Evans
Italy head coach Carlo Napolitano has named his 19 man squad to play Wales at Millennium Stadium on Saturday (16:30) 1. Anthony Minichiello (C) 2. Joshua Mantellato 3. James Tedesco 4. Aiden Guerra 5. Chris Centrone 6. Ben Falcone 7.