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Primer - Introducing Pythago World Rankings

While the recent RLWC was on, I couldn’t help but notice that the RLIF had Scotland pegged as the world’s fourth best team. Scotland hadn’t won a game since 2014 and even that was against Ireland. 661 more words

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Big signing for the Dragons

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A big part of Papua New Guinea’s impressive RLWC campaign will be playing in Super League in 2018 after it was confirmed that Brisbane Bronco’s David Mead has penned a three year deal with Catalans Dragons. 281 more words

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A look back at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup

The 2017 Rugby League World Cup was memorable for so many reasons. The rise of Tonga, the strong performance of Fiji, Lebanon punching above their weight, the fanatical supporters of Papua New Guinea, the shocking demise of New Zealand, and the continued dominance of the all-conquering Australian rugby league team. 368 more words

A new Centurion?

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Rumours are abounding that another notable signing is set to arrive in Lancashire to don the shirt of recently relegated Leigh Centurions in the shape of Papua New Guinean hooker Kurt Baptiste, a man previously linked with Super League team Warrington Wolves. 231 more words

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Another test for England

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With the success of the RLWC being palpable coupled with the wish to expand the game into new areas, it perhaps shouldn’t come as a surprise that there is great interest in England playing a test match next summer in the USA. 316 more words

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England stars on charm offensive

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After pushing eventual winners Australia so close in Saturday’s RLWC final, England’s players are now uniting in a bid to persuade coach Wayne Bennett to stay on to lead their quest for world glory. 424 more words

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Controversial Graham

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In the fallout of Saturday’s RLWC final clash between England and Australia, one of the main talking points from a media point of view seems to be that of James Graham. 367 more words

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