Interchanges lowered for 2016

The RLIF have reduced the number of interchanges allowed in international games.

The new rule means teams are entitled to ten changes per match, down from the previous number of twelve.

It means the international game now runs in accordance with Super League, which made the same move in 2012. However, the NRL remains unaligned with the rules of the international game after recently reducing the number of interchanges from 10 to eight.