Australia 6 - 0 England

2nd December 2017

The Australian Kangaroos are the 2017 Rugby League World Cup champions after narrowly edging out rivals England 6-0 in a physical and tense encounter.

No points were scored following Boyd Cordner’s 15th minute try as England threw everything they had at the Australians...[read more]


Australia 58 - 6 Canada

26th November 2017

Australia has advanced into the 2017 Rugby League Women's World Cup Final after they thumped the Canada Ravens 58-6, following a masterclass from five-eighth Ali Brigginshaw at Southern Cross Group Stadium in Cronulla.

The win sets up a mouth-watering clash with the New...[read more]


Tonga 18 - 20 England

25th November 2017

England have staved off a fast-finishing Tongan outfit in controversial fashion at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday 20-18.

England looked to be easily home and hosed when leading 20-0 with less than 10 minutes on the clock, but Tonga would run in three...[read more]


Australia 88 - 0 Canada

22nd November 2017

The Australian Jillaroos have cruised into the semi-finals with a 88-0 thumping of Canada to remain undefeated in the Women’s Rugby League World Cup.

Maddie Studdon was at her brilliant best, totally taking control of the match with her passing and kicking game...[read more]


England 36 - 6 Papua New Guinea

19th November 2017

England have walked away with a comfortable 36-6 victory over Papua New Guinea in Melbourne to set-up a huge semi-final showdown with Tonga.

The Lions will head into next week’s clash in Auckland battle-ready after facing PNG’s fiery defence, but a slew of...[read more]


Tonga 24 - 22 Lebanon

18th November 2017

Tonga have survived a thrilling 24-22 win over Lebanon at Christchurch Stadium to qualify for the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals for the first time ever.

Lebanon – the lowest internationally ranked nation before the start of the tournament – will exit having...[read more]


England 36 - 8 Papua New Guinea

16th November 2017

England have earned a hard-fought victory despite losing a host of players to injuries, running away with a strong 38-8 victory over Papua New Guinea.

Jenny Welsby was injured in the opening five minutes and failed to return, but that didn’t stop England...[read more]


England 36 - 6 France

12th November 2017

England have secured second spot in Pool-A of RLWC2017 after defeating France 36-6 on a balmy Sunday evening in Perth, Western Australia.

They scored seven tries against a French side who failed to make an impact, and while it will be enough to...[read more]

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