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FIJI have progressed through to the World Cup semi-final with a convincing win over Ireland.
AUSTRALIA have claimed a comfortable 46-6 win over an inspiring Papua New Guinea side in Townsville tonight. Australia led 22-0 at half time.
SCOTLAND the Brave have picked up their first ever win in a World Cup match but it
IRELAND have emerged at the top of Pool C with a dominant 34-16 win over a lacklustre Samoan side at Parramatta Stadium tonight.
AUSTRALIA has embarassed England 52-4 in tonights Pool A game at the Telstra Dome.
FRANCE has opened their World Cup campaign with a hard fought 36-18 victory over Scotland in Canberra.
ENGLAND have claimed the first win of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup, defeating a spirited Papua New Guinea 32-22 in Townsville.
THE Canberra Raiders side have pulled off a stunning 28-24 extra time victory over the Brisbane Broncos in today's Toyota Cup (National Youth Competition) Under 20s Grand Final.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have set up a replay of the 2007 Grand Final with a dominant 32-6 defeat of the New Zealand Warriors at the SFS.
THE Melbourne Storm will live to fight another week in 2008 after producing a miracle come-from-behind victory, stunning the Brisbane Broncos with a last minute 16-14 win in front of 50,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE New Zealand Warriors have won their 10th match in twelve weeks to send the Sydney Roosters packing from the 2008 NRL Premiership, earning a 30-13 victory in front of 25,585 fans tonight at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have become the first team eliminated from the 2008 finals after a 38-6 pasting at the hands of the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 19,000 fans at Brookvale Oval.
THE Cronulla Sharks have produced a dominant attacking performance to post a 36-10 victory over a disappointing Canberra Raiders team at Toyota Park, leaving the Raiders hanging on to their 2008 season by a thread.
THE Brisbane Broncos have come from behind to defeat the Sydney Roosters 24-16 in the first NRL Qualifying Final at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight.
THE Melbourne Storm have convincingly defeated South Sydney 42-4 to clinch the minor premiership from Manly-Warringah, in front of almost 14,000 fans at Olympic Park tonight.