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Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

JASON Taumalolo is leading Tonga on a giant-killing run towards a World Cup final but with more success comes the realisation he may have made a $10 million mistake.

Tonga is into the semis after defeating a resilient Lebanon 24-22 on Saturday, a victory that came a week after creating history by becoming the first ever tier two side to defeat a tier one nation when it upset New Zealand 28-22 in Hamilton.

All eyes were on Taumalolo in that clash after he snubbed New Zealand — who he’d played 10 Tests for — and pledged his allegiance to Tonga in a move that rocked the rugby league community. It’s paid dividends for the North Queensland big bopper and the Pacific Islanders — they’re through to the final four while Fiji knocked the Kiwis out in their quarter-final on Saturday.

“Give Taumalolo the Golden Boot (for the best player in the world) now,” NRL great Matthew Johns said on the...


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Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

I’M not sure the Kiwis could be more pathetic on or off the field.

A second embarrassing performance in succession saw them bundled out of the Rugby League World Cup at the quarterfinal stage but their bizarre showing in media interviews after the match was even more unfathomable highlighting the total train wreck that is New Zealand Rugby League.

Make no mistake — the game is in total chaos at present and it needs a complete and total overhaul to prevent this mess getting any worse. I don’t have confidence in those running the sport to make that tough call so it will be up to the game’s stakeholders to ensure the broom is taken through the organisation in the coming months.

Forget the dropped balls, the missed tackles and lack of creativity — the problems start way back before the players even pulled on the jersey. It starts before a clearly out of his depth David Kidwell was even...


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Read more: Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

I’M not sure the Kiwis could be more pathetic on or off the field.

A second embarrassing performance in succession saw them bundled out of the Rugby League World Cup at the quarterfinal stage but their bizarre showing in media interviews after the match was even more unfathomable highlighting the total train wreck that is New Zealand Rugby League.

Make no mistake — the game is in total chaos at present and it needs a complete and total overhaul to prevent this mess getting any worse. I don’t have confidence in those running the sport to make that tough call so it will be up to the game’s stakeholders to ensure the broom is taken through the organisation in the coming months.

Forget the dropped balls, the missed tackles and lack of creativity — the problems start way back before the players even pulled on the jersey. It starts before a clearly out of his depth David Kidwell was even...


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Read more: Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

I’M not sure the Kiwis could be more pathetic on or off the field.

A second embarrassing performance in succession saw them bundled out of the Rugby League World Cup at the quarterfinal stage but their bizarre showing in media interviews after the match was even more unfathomable highlighting the total train wreck that is New Zealand Rugby League.

Make no mistake — the game is in total chaos at present and it needs a complete and total overhaul to prevent this mess getting any worse. I don’t have confidence in those running the sport to make that tough call so it will be up to the game’s stakeholders to ensure the broom is taken through the organisation in the coming months.

Forget the dropped balls, the missed tackles and lack of creativity — the problems start way back before the players even pulled on the jersey. It starts before a clearly out of his depth David Kidwell was even...


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Read more: Dale Budge: New Zealand Rugby League in total chaos - NEWS.com.au

Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

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ROUND two of a trial tackle rugby league competition for females drew a big crowd and some exciting action at Lank Bain Sporting Complex in Wauchope on Saturday (November 18).

Calls for the full contact competition to eventually replace the current oz tag structure are growing louder.

Featuring under 14s and 16s girls, and a women’s top grade team, the Port City Breakers team, dubbed the Beauties, performed admirably against tough opposition from Taree and Camden Haven.

Games are nine players per-side, featuring nine minute halves and all of the rules and regulations of a standard rugby league match.

Breakers juniors coach, Jay Corr, was proud of his team’s efforts despite losing two matches at the weekend.

“The first game the girls dropped the ball a lot, but we had an hour an a...


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Read more: Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

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New rugby league competition takes off  | photos

ROUND two of a trial tackle rugby league competition for females drew a big crowd and some exciting action at Lank Bain Sporting Complex in Wauchope on Saturday (November 18).

Calls for the full contact competition to eventually replace the current oz tag structure are growing louder.

Featuring under 14s and 16s girls, and a women’s top grade team, the Port City Breakers team, dubbed the Beauties, performed admirably against tough opposition from Taree and Camden Haven.

Games are nine players per-side, featuring nine minute halves and all of the rules and regulations of a standard rugby league match.

Breakers juniors coach, Jay Corr, was proud of his team’s efforts despite losing two matches at the weekend.

“The first game the girls dropped the ball a lot, but we had an hour an a...


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Read more: Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

  • Matt Attard

New rugby league competition takes off  | photos

ROUND two of a trial tackle rugby league competition for females drew a big crowd and some exciting action at Lank Bain Sporting Complex in Wauchope on Saturday (November 18).

Calls for the full contact competition to eventually replace the current oz tag structure are growing louder.

Featuring under 14s and 16s girls, and a women’s top grade team, the Port City Breakers team, dubbed the Beauties, performed admirably against tough opposition from Taree and Camden Haven.

Games are nine players per-side, featuring nine minute halves and all of the rules and regulations of a standard rugby league match.

Breakers juniors coach, Jay Corr, was proud of his team’s efforts despite losing two matches at the weekend.

“The first game the girls dropped the ball a lot, but we had an hour an a...


Read full article on NRL GN News


Read more: Women's rugby league division growing legs after another strong weekend - Camden Haven Courier

Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

JASON Taumalolo is leading Tonga on a giant-killing run towards a World Cup final but with more success comes the realisation he may have made a $10 million mistake.

Tonga is into the semis after defeating a resilient Lebanon 24-22 on Saturday, a victory that came a week after creating history by becoming the first ever tier two side to defeat a tier one nation when it upset New Zealand 28-22 in Hamilton.

All eyes were on Taumalolo in that clash after he snubbed New Zealand — who he’d played 10 Tests for — and pledged his allegiance to Tonga in a move that rocked the rugby league community. It’s paid dividends for the North Queensland big bopper and the Pacific Islanders — they’re through to the final four while Fiji knocked the Kiwis out in their quarter-final on Saturday.

“Give Taumalolo the Golden Boot (for the best player in the world) now,” NRL great Matthew Johns said on the...


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Read more: Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

JASON Taumalolo is leading Tonga on a giant-killing run towards a World Cup final but with more success comes the realisation he may have made a $10 million mistake.

Tonga is into the semis after defeating a resilient Lebanon 24-22 on Saturday, a victory that came a week after creating history by becoming the first ever tier two side to defeat a tier one nation when it upset New Zealand 28-22 in Hamilton.

All eyes were on Taumalolo in that clash after he snubbed New Zealand — who he’d played 10 Tests for — and pledged his allegiance to Tonga in a move that rocked the rugby league community. It’s paid dividends for the North Queensland big bopper and the Pacific Islanders — they’re through to the final four while Fiji knocked the Kiwis out in their quarter-final on Saturday.

“Give Taumalolo the Golden Boot (for the best player in the world) now,” NRL great Matthew Johns said on the...


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Read more: Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

Rugby League World Cup 2017 Tonga: Jason Taumalolo's $10m ... - NEWS.com.au

JASON Taumalolo is leading Tonga on a giant-killing run towards a World Cup final but with more success comes the realisation he may have made a $10 million mistake.

Tonga is into the semis after defeating a resilient Lebanon 24-22 on Saturday, a victory that came a week after creating history by becoming the first ever tier two side to defeat a tier one nation when it upset New Zealand 28-22 in Hamilton.

All eyes were on Taumalolo in that clash after he snubbed New Zealand — who he’d played 10 Tests for — and pledged his allegiance to Tonga in a move that rocked the rugby league community. It’s paid dividends for the North Queensland big bopper and the Pacific Islanders — they’re through to the final four while Fiji knocked the Kiwis out in their quarter-final on Saturday.

“Give Taumalolo the Golden Boot (for the best player in the world) now,” NRL great Matthew Johns said on the...


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The tragic precursor to Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama's tears at the Rugby League World Cup - NEWS.com.au

THE tears of joy from Kevin Naiqama have stood out as one of the most enduring images of this Rugby League World Cup.

The Fiji captain struggled to contain his emotions after his country’s famous win over New Zealand on Saturday and regularly wells up during Fiji’s national anthem.

Naiqama explained his emotional displays on the field in a piece for PlayersVoice last week titled ‘This is Why we Cry’.

“They are tears of joy. All that emotion comes out when the anthem starts because we don’t get to play many Test matches for Fiji,” he wrote.

“I think about my family, my friends, the players I’m doing this with.

“Those thoughts flood my mind and it’s all over. The tears just flow.

“To play for our country, our ancestors, the players who have worn this jersey before, it’s the best feeling you can have in football.

But a tragic side of the story has surfaced following the death of...


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The tragic precursor to Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama's tears at the Rugby League World Cup - NEWS.com.au

THE tears of joy from Kevin Naiqama have stood out as one of the most enduring images of this Rugby League World Cup.

The Fiji captain struggled to contain his emotions after his country’s famous win over New Zealand on Saturday and regularly wells up during Fiji’s national anthem.

Naiqama explained his emotional displays on the field in a piece for PlayersVoice last week titled ‘This is Why we Cry’.

“They are tears of joy. All that emotion comes out when the anthem starts because we don’t get to play many Test matches for Fiji,” he wrote.

“I think about my family, my friends, the players I’m doing this with.

“Those thoughts flood my mind and it’s all over. The tears just flow.

“To play for our country, our ancestors, the players who have worn this jersey before, it’s the best feeling you can have in football.

But a tragic side of the story has surfaced following the death of...


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Read more: The tragic precursor to Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama's tears at the Rugby League World Cup -...

The tragic precursor to Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama's tears at the Rugby League World Cup - NEWS.com.au

THE tears of joy from Kevin Naiqama have stood out as one of the most enduring images of this Rugby League World Cup.

The Fiji captain struggled to contain his emotions after his country’s famous win over New Zealand on Saturday and regularly wells up during Fiji’s national anthem.

Naiqama explained his emotional displays on the field in a piece for PlayersVoice last week titled ‘This is Why we Cry’.

“They are tears of joy. All that emotion comes out when the anthem starts because we don’t get to play many Test matches for Fiji,” he wrote.

“I think about my family, my friends, the players I’m doing this with.

“Those thoughts flood my mind and it’s all over. The tears just flow.

“To play for our country, our ancestors, the players who have worn this jersey before, it’s the best feeling you can have in football.

But a tragic side of the story has surfaced following the death of...


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Is Mitchell Pearce about to sign for Manly?

Mitchell Pearce lying on the ground after scoring a try for the Roosters

Manly has released Blake Green from the final year of his contract in a move that could pave the way to sign Sydney Roosters half-back Mitchell Pearce.

Pearce has been granted a release from the Roosters with two years remaining on his contract, and the Sea Eagles have quickly emerged as the most likely destination for the Blues playmaker.

"Obviously, this hasn't been an easy decision for me to come to, but I feel that it's the right one," Pearce said.

"The Roosters and people there will always mean a lot to me, but I'm looking forward to the opportunity and challenge joining a new club will bring, while continuing to push myself to be the best half-back I can be.

"Now that I've made this decision, hopefully I'll have the rest of my future sorted over the next few weeks."

Green has...


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Is Mitchell Pearce about to sign for Manly?

Mitchell Pearce lying on the ground after scoring a try for the Roosters

Manly has released Blake Green from the final year of his contract in a move that could pave the way to sign Sydney Roosters half-back Mitchell Pearce.

Pearce has been granted a release from the Roosters with two years remaining on his contract, and the Sea Eagles have quickly emerged as the most likely destination for the Blues playmaker.

"Obviously, this hasn't been an easy decision for me to come to, but I feel that it's the right one," Pearce said.

"The Roosters and people there will always mean a lot to me, but I'm looking forward to the opportunity and challenge joining a new club will bring, while continuing to push myself to be the best half-back I can be.

"Now that I've made this decision, hopefully I'll have the rest of my future sorted over the next few weeks."

Green has...


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Biting allegation mars Jillaroos' thumping win over England

Elianna Walton of Australia is tackled buy several England players.
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Australia's 38-0 thumping of England at the women's Rugby League World Cup has been overshadowed by a biting accusation against centre Isabelle Kelly.

The Jillaroos sent a clear message to the rest of the tournament with an eight tries-to-none defeat of the Lionesses in Sydney on Sunday which ensured they will finish top of pool A.

The emphatic win was marred after England prop Chantelle Crowl accused the Jillaroos outside back of biting her forearm late in the first half.

With the Jillaroos holding a commanding 24-0 lead at the time, Crowl remonstrated with referee Todd Smith after tackling Kelly.

The ground manager came onto the pitch and took a photo of...


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Rugby League World Cup: England sees off PNG to advance to semi-finals - ABC Online

Alex Walmsley takes on Kurt Baptiste.

England has marched into a Rugby League World Cup semi-final showdown with Tonga after an unconvincing 36-6 win over Papua New Guinea in Melbourne.

While winger Jermaine McGillvary set up the victory with two first-half tries, England coach Wayne Bennett will be fuming with his side's woeful completion rate.

The northern hemisphere heavyweights crossed for seven tries but only managed to complete 25 of 45 sets — at just 56 per cent — in the face of some feisty defence from the Kumuls.

But it was enough to book a final-four berth against Tonga at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium next Saturday night.

The AAMI Park match could hardly have started worse for PNG, with their Brisbane Broncos fullback David Mead knocked out in the opening set while trying to tackle half-back Luke...


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Rugby League World Cup 2017: Jarryd Hayne the perfect 'murderer' - NEWS.com.au

JARRYD Hayne has been labelled many things in his career. A good “murderer”, however, is a first.

Hayne helped Fiji to a stunning upset win over New Zealand in their Rugby League World Cup quarter-final on Saturday night, perhaps doing justice to a reputation built inside the Fijian camp by killing off the Kiwis’ hopes of winning the tournament.

Highly scrutinised and much maligned since returning to rugby league with the Gold Coast Titans last year following stints playing NFL and rugby sevens, Hayne’s Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama has opened up on the most divisive player in the game.

Naiqama says the Hayne he’s experienced in camp is a world away from the selfish outsider he’s sometimes portrayed as in the media.

“Jarryd cops a lot of flak in the media, but the Haynesy I’ve gotten to know is a real down-to-earth, good bloke,” Naiqama wrote in an article for Players Voice.

“I’ve been...


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Read more: Rugby League World Cup 2017: Jarryd Hayne the perfect 'murderer' - NEWS.com.au

Rugby League World Cup 2017: Jarryd Hayne the perfect 'murderer' - NEWS.com.au

JARRYD Hayne has been labelled many things in his career. A good “murderer”, however, is a first.

Hayne helped Fiji to a stunning upset win over New Zealand in their Rugby League World Cup quarter-final on Saturday night, perhaps doing justice to a reputation built inside the Fijian camp by killing off the Kiwis’ hopes of winning the tournament.

Highly scrutinised and much maligned since returning to rugby league with the Gold Coast Titans last year following stints playing NFL and rugby sevens, Hayne’s Fiji captain Kevin Naiqama has opened up on the most divisive player in the game.

Naiqama says the Hayne he’s experienced in camp is a world away from the selfish outsider he’s sometimes portrayed as in the media.

“Jarryd cops a lot of flak in the media, but the Haynesy I’ve gotten to know is a real down-to-earth, good bloke,” Naiqama wrote in an article for Players Voice.

“I’ve been...


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Tonga holds off feisty Lebanon in thriller to progress to semis

William Hopoate of Tonga offloads a pass under the tackle of Robbie Farah.

Tonga are one step away from a Rugby League World Cup final, downing Lebanon 24-22 in their quarter-final in Christchurch.

In an end-to-end affair on Saturday in which both sides threw the ball around, Tonga's power up front eventually took them over the line.

While Mate Ma'a dominated the opening stages to pile on three tries in 22 minutes, a valiant Cedars side would not give up.

They remained within one try for much of the match — including an extended scoreless period in the second half — and made things interesting late on with a try-of-the-tournament contender from Abbas Miski.

But they could not clinch a late winner, with Tonga progressing to a semi-final next weekend in Auckland against England or Papua New Guinea.

A World Cup final is on offer in what would be a...


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