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England could play a game across the Atlantic, hints Nigel Wood

England could play a game across the Atlantic, hints Nigel Wood Updated

Nigel Wood has hinted that he would have no problem with England potentially playing a game across the Atlantic in the USA in the run-up to the 2025 Rugby League World Cup. Plans for the 2021 event in this country

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UK Armed Forces forge links in Australia

UK Armed Forces forge links in Australia

THE UK Armed Forces Rugby League team’s World Cup charm offensive continued to gather pace today as members of the team held a training sessions with sport mad youngsters at the Marconi Mustangs junior RL club in Parramatta writes Dan

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Wales Universities 4 – 22 England Universities

Wales Universities 4 – 22 England Universities

Sunday 9th July, 2pm, Windsor Stadium, Sydney Student Rugby League World Cup England avenged their tough defeat to Australia with a promising 22-4 victory over arch-rivals Wales at Windsor Sporting Complex on Sunday afternoon. Three unanswered tries in the opening 15 minutes saw

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Fiji and Australia to contest Armed Forces World Cup Final

Fiji and Australia to contest Armed Forces World Cup Final

The UK Armed Forces’ hopes of remaining in contention for the Armed Forces World Cup Final, which will be played in Sydney next Sunday (16 July) have been dashed. Fiji’s 40-6 win over New Zealand today means that they and

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Aussies head into Student semis

Aussies head into Student semis

Australia have joined Scotland as certainties for the Student World Cup semi-finals. The hosts have beaten the Pacific Islands 68-16 in Sydney – a result which, added to their 54-10 win over England on Friday, means they are certain to

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UK Armed Forces’ World Cup hopes slip

UK Armed Forces’ World Cup hopes slip

The UK Armed Forces’ bid to stay in contention in the Armed Forces World Cup in Sydney took a dive today with a 38-12 defeat at the hands of Australia. The side, which lost 40-20 to Fiji in Friday’s opener,

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Scotland book Student semi-final spot!

Scotland book Student semi-final spot!

Scotland are certain of an appearance in the semi-finals of the 2017 Student World Cup following a 38-24 victory over Ireland in Sydney today. The Blues have won both their opening games after having accounted for Wales 48-18 on Friday.

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Losing start for UK Armed Forces in World Cup

Losing start for UK Armed Forces in World Cup

The UK Armed Forces slipped to a 40-20 reverse against Fiji on the first day of the Armed Forces World Cup in Sydney. The side faces a difficult task in getting off the mark in tomorrow’s fixture with Australia, the

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England Universities 10 – 54 Australia Universities

England Universities 10 – 54 Australia Universities

Friday 7th July, 6.45pm, St Mary’s Stadium, Sydney Student Rugby League World Cup In a match played with an intensity expected of the Cup’s two glamour teams, the speed of the Australians’ play at the ruck and with ball in

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Scotland set the standard for Home Nations in Student World Cup

Scotland set the standard for Home Nations in Student World Cup

Only one of the four Home Nations emerged from today’s launch of the Student World Cup in Sydney with a win. That side is Scotland, who eased to a comfortable victory over Wales. England and Ireland lost to Australia and

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