2008 Rugby League World Cup

2008 Rugby League World Cup

The 2008 Rugby League World Cup featured the national teams of ten nations: Australia, England, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, France, Scotland,  Number of teams ‎: ‎10.
The 2008 Rugby League World Cup final was the conclusive and world championship-deciding game of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup tournament. New Zealand National Anthem ‎: ‎ Geoff Sewell.
2008 Rugby League World Cup Group C was one of the three groups of teams that competed in the 2008 Rugby League World Cup tournament's group stage.

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Casino royale bahamas location The video referee showed that Gardner's toe touched the sideline before he grounded the ball so the try was not given. Newcastle International Sports Centre 2008 Rugby League World Cup, Newcastle. Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. The Kiwis got one more try in the match when Greg Eastwood ran the ball from over thirty metres out, stepping and brushing past some defenders to score under the posts. Two minutes later England were on the attack and spread it out wide to the left this time for Lee Smith who crossed for a try in his World Cup debut. In the seventy-first minute, New Zealand were attacking again when Luke kicked high and to the left wing.
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Coach: Stephen Kearney ENGLAND. Australia scored one more try a few minutes later when Anthony Tupou ran onto a short pass from close range to put the ball down behind the posts. Man of the Match. Ten minutes later Australia scored again after keeping the ball alive close to the Kumuls' line, Prince crossing untouched again for his second try. Three minutes later the Kiwis were again penalised in their own territory when Steve Matai's swinging arm struck Paul Gallen in the head, the incident being placed on report. Inu leapt for it but couldn't catch the ball and it ricocheted off the PNG defence before coming down for Sam Perrett to regather and ground. Coach: Tony Smith NEW ZEALAND. Inu leapt for it but couldn't catch the ball 2011 BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy it ricocheted off the PNG defence before coming down for Sam Perrett to regather and ground. London: Guardian News and Media Limited. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Coach: Adrian Lam Australia 2008 Rugby League World Cup the scoring in the ninth minute when Johnathan Thurston kicked across-field from close range for winger David Williams, making his international debut, to leap for and score in the right corner. He then passed back inside for Rob Burrow running up in support and the diminutive halfback was away for England's second try. Man of the Match:? Papua New Guinea made no changes to their side from the previous match, while New Zealand were without Steve Matai who was serving a suspension due to his high tackle on Australia's Paul Gallen in their previous match.