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Women's RLWC 2017 - Final, teams, and Match Thread

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Australia team:

Nakia Davis-Welsh, Karina Brown, Corban McGregor, Isabelle Kelly, Chelsea Baker, Ali Brigginshaw, Caitlin Moran, Steph Hancock, Brittany Breayley, Heather Ballinger, Renae Kunst, Kezie Apps, Simaima Taufa.

Bench: Ellianna Walton, Ruan Sims, Lavina O'Meally, Zahara Temara.

 

Kiwi Ferns team for the Women's World Cup Final 
1. Apii Nicholls-Pualau 
2. Atawhai Tupaea 
3. Maitua Feterika 
4. Shontelle Woodman 
5. Honey Hireme 
6. Raecene McGregor 
7. Kimiora Nati 
8. Lilieta Maumau 
9. Krystal Rota 
10. Aieshaleigh Smalley 
11. Teuila Fotu-Moala 
12. Hilda Peters 
13. Laura Mariu (c) 
14. Nita Maynard 
15. Krystal Murray 
16. Ngatokotoru Arakua 
17. Amber Kani 
18. Georgia Hale 
19. Louisa Gago

 

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7min: Isabelle Kelly scores for Jillaroos. Good support play up the middle from about 30m out.

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Moran converts from out wide. OZ 6-0

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11min" Honey Hireme gets her 12th try for the tournament

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16min: Maumau crosses for the Ferns but held up

Good online defence from Jillaroos 

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19min: Hireme try after OZ dropped a high kick 5m out. From the scrum the ball went out to Hireme and the inevitable result. NZ: 10-6 with a kick to come.

Nati misses the kick. 10-6

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Jillaroos too many errors, two sets in a row finished with forward passes on early tackles. Kiwis kicking game much better.

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35min: Caitlyn Moran beats 4 defenders from 10m out. Jillaroos 10-10

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Converts her own try after Kiwis dominated for the last 15 minutes. Jillaroos 12-10

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OZ starting strongly in the second half. Brigginshaw finally gets in a good attacking kick and NZ dropping a couple of balls and conceding a couple of penalties

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Yes, the Jillaroos are trying too hard. If they settle down and work on their completions they'll get better field position.

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52min: then they get a lucky try. Kelly in again after an OZ kick deflected of a Kiwi defender

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Just now, Farmduck said:

52min: then they get a lucky try. Kelly in again after an OZ kick deflected of a Kiwi defender

Was worth a check for offside on the inside runners there?

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Moran missed the conversion. Jillaroos 16-10

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1 minute ago, Scubby said:

Was worth a check for offside on the inside runners there?

I didn't notice and Channel 7 isn't big on replays.

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Just now, Farmduck said:

I didn't notice and Channel 7 isn't big on replays.

The inside runner looked in front and she was alongside the centre who picked the ball up. 

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The obligatory barge through try by Elianna Walton? VR says .....................  TRY

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Is it mandatory for Australia to have an Aussie ref in all finals? :laugh: There are 7 British officials out there.

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57min: Moran converts and Jillaroos lead 22-10

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