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BRISBANE’S Suncorp Stadium will host a double-header to open the end-of-season 2014 Four Nations tournament
THE curtain has officially closed on the 2011 Rugby League season, as the Australian Kangaroos claimed the Four Nations final 30-8 in front of a massive crowd at Elland Road of 34,147.
THE Australia Kangaroos despite early injury woes have banded together and continued history with a crushing defeat of England 36-20 in the second match of the double header at the famous Wembley Stadium.
ANOTHER big week in footy news, here's what you missed... (includes teams for Sunday mornings' Four Nations double header!)
WE take a quick look at the news from the NRL and rugby league over the last few days...
VODAFONE Warriors prop Ben Matulino and Wigan utility Thomas Leuluai are both back in the Kiwis' line-up for Friday night's Gillette Four Nations opener against Kangaroos at The Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.
THE news so far this week at a glance...
VIC taste tests rugby league's international delicacies...
WINGER Bill Tupou has become the latest Vodafone Warriors NRL grand finalist to be chosen for the Kiwis' end-of-season tour incorporating Sunday's one-off Test against Australia and the 2011 Four Nations.
VODAFONE Warriors centre Krisnan Inu has withdrawn from the Kiwis' touring squad for Sunday's one-off Test against the Kangaroos in Newcastle and the following 2011 Four Nations in England.
NRL grand finalists Krisnan Inu and Elijah Taylor plus North Queensland winger Kalifa Faifai Loa have today been called into the Kiwis' touring squad for their one-off Test against the Kangaroos and the 2011 Four Nations in England.
VIC casts his eye over the upcoming Internationals...
DARREN Lockyer and seven Broncos teammates have been added to the Australian squad along with four Melbourne players.
AN amazing long range try in the 79th minute has seen New Zealand steal a breathtaking 16-12 win over Australia in the Four Nations final at Suncorp Stadium in front of nearly 37,000 supporters