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#1 ArthurDaley

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Posted 19 February 2014 - 08:16 PM


Is to be held in Australia and New Zealand. I think they should try a new format. They both should play a best of three competition.
To be fair Australia are going to win it, so there is no need for anyone else to go down under and kid themselves that they are going
to win it.
Of course the hierarchy of the Rugby League would have to find another excuse for a freeby, down under. I suppose they could call it a fact finding mission.

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#2 Anita Bath

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 01:24 AM

Don't be so sure, the kiwis won in in Australia in 08 playing fantastic rugby.  But I agree that England needn't bother showing up.

 

The competition is a bit of a joke when you look at the average winning margins in games where England, Australia and new Zealand don't play each other.  Also the way players can change 'nationality' to make sure they get to play makes a mockery of the competition.  Which south sea island will Jarrod Hayne play for next I wonder.

 

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