Tag: RLWC2017

Twitter reacts to Aaron Woods giving it to English fans post-match

BY SCOTT DILLON Australia and England battled out arguably the most grueling World Cup Final in history with the Kangaroos eventually holding on 6-0. Both teams gave everything with the game in the balance to the last second. But some on Twitter noticed a little moment just after the final siren showing Australian prop Aaron Woods […]

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Grounded Kangaroos happy to play back-to-back in Brisbane

Australian vice-captain Boyd Cordner says playing back-to-back games in Brisbane will help the Kangaroos against England in the Rugby League World Cup final this Saturday. Their opponents have travelled as far as Perth and New Zealand and will make their first appearance in Queensland for the tournament this Saturday. “Some of the boys have been […]

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England has thrived under Wayne Bennett says Widdop

He may have copped a thrashing from English fans over some questionable positional selections recently but England’s star five-eigth Gareth Widdop has nothing but praise for their veteran coach Wayne Bennett. Writing recently for exclusiveinsight.com, Widdop believes the national side is in good hands under the Brisbane Broncos mentor. “Since taking over the coaching reins […]

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Positional Team of the World Cup (so far)

BY SCOTT DILLON   FULLBACK: ROGER TUIVASA-SHECK RTS finds space somehow.The @NZRL_Kiwis are back in it!#NZLvTON 22-24 with 7 minutes to go.#RLWC2017 pic.twitter.com/HhgK9HmwUT— RLWC2021 (@RLWC2021) November 11, 2017 WING: JERMAINE MCGILLVARY BREAKING!! Huddersfield winger Jermaine McGillvary has been cleared of biting in @England_RL #RLWC2017 game against Lebanon pic.twitter.com/tTFwqF2gWJ— Proper Sport (@ProperSport) November 8, 2017 CENTRE: […]

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Kangaroos set for tropical Samoan showdown in Darwin

Australian captain Cameron Smith admits the unknown of Darwin will play a part in the Kangaroos’ preparations ahead of their quarter-final against Samoa this weekend. Muggy conditions are expected to greet the World Champions who played their pool matches in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney while Samoa in contrast just played Scotland in Cairns. “The conditions […]

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