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FRANCE have opened their World Cup account with a gutsy 9-8 victory over the Papua New Guinea Kumuls in front of 7,481 people in Craven Park.
THE 2013 Rugby League World Cup kicks off on October 26th at the
RUGBY League World Cup 2013 announced today that the semi-finals of the tournament will be a double-header at Wembley Stadium and that the final will take place on Saturday November 30 at Old Trafford, Manchester.
RUGBY League World Cup 2013 today announced the group games and quarter final matches for the tournament being held in October and November next year.
THE World Cup winning Kiwis assemble in Auckland in two weeks for a two-day public celebration of their historic feat.
NEW Zealand have taken the 2008 Rugby League World Cup with an amazing 34-20 victory over defending champions Australia at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
A preview of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup Final to be played between Australia and New Zealand on Saturday night at Suncorp Stadium.
TEAM line-ups and game day details for Saturday night's 2008 Rugby League World Cup Final at Suncorp Stadium between Australia and New Zealand.
A quick look at the team line-ups for Saturday and Sunday's Rugby League World Cup semi-final games - New Zealand v England and Australia v Fiji.
A quick look at the team line-ups for this weekend's four Rugby League World Cup games - Scotland v Tonga, England v New Zealand, France v Samoa, and Papua New Guinea v Australia
IRELAND have emerged at the top of Pool C with a dominant 34-16 win over a lacklustre Samoan side at Parramatta Stadium tonight.
A quick look at tonight's do or die World Cup games - Scotland versus Fiji and Ireland versus Samoa.
THE world's most famous Wayne Kerr named on the bench for Ireland's final World Cup pool match against Samoa on Wednesday evening.
BLARNEY Army info ahead of Ireland's World Cup clash against Samoa on Wednesday at Parramatta Stadium.
FRENCH Rugby League is on the way back to its once dominate force according to France Coach John Monie, despite his sides 42-6 loss to Fiji at WIN Stadium on Saturday afternoon.