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Rugby League Review SUMMER SPECIAL 2005 ? Out now!

KIWIS Tri-Nations victory creates HistoryThe New Zealand Kiwis sensational victory in the Tri-nations final went downas their greatest win in Rugby League history.While their 24-0 win over Australia gave the Kangaroos their first series loss since 1978 when they lost 2-0 to France, a major achievement by the Kiwis went unnoticed when the final siren went at Elland Road in Leeds.Ten Teams for 2008 World CupAs predicted in Rugby League Review earlier in the year, the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) has confirmed that 10 nations will compete in the Rugby League World Cup to be staged in the Southern Hemisphere in 2008.Find out which teams will have automatic entry and how the other five spotswill be determined.Aussies still rule World XIIIFind out which players have made the World XIII with all the individual positions shown. Anthony Minichiello was crowned the best player when he received the Golden Boot award but we also have a full list of international award winners.--------------------The Summer edition of Rugby League Review is out at all good newsagents on Tuesday, December 6 for $3.50. You can guarantee your copy by subscribing for the next 10 issues. Simply send a cheque or money (payable to RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW) for $35 to PO Box 322, Dulwich Hill Sydney NSW 2203. Credit card facilities and overseas rates available on the website at

Rugby League Review March 2005

THIS month's issue of Rugby League Review hits the news stands on Tuesday, March 1 2005. Here's what's in store for readers in this edition?

Rugby League Review February 2005 - Out Now!

THIS month's edition of Rugby League Review has hit the stands at all good newsagents - and here's a sneak preview of what's in store both locally and around the world:

Rugby League Review October 2004 Issue - Out Now !!!

NEWCASTLE SIGN UP THE NEW JOHNS The Newcastle Knights have signed up exciting Brisbane Easts half-back Dane Campbell as a possible successor to Andrew Johns when he finally decides to hang up the boots. The 21-year old Campbell is planning to break into first grade next season, at either five-eighth or off the bench. Find out more in the latest issue of Rugby League Review.

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