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SCOTLAND and Italy have combined to produce a scintillating 80 minutes of football with the 30 all draw a fitting result for all 7,280 fans in attendance at Derwent Park.
THE USA Tomahawks have produced a sixteen point second half to silence the 8,019 strong crowd in Wrexham to win 24-16 and progress to the quarter finals in the World Cup.
THE Australian Kangaroos have kept Fiji Bati tryless in horrible, wet conditions in St. Helens as they claimed a 34-2 victory in their second World Cup fixture.
ENGLAND have scored the biggest win of the World Cup tournament so far, beating Ireland 42 points to 0 at Galpharm Stadium this afternoon.
ISSAC Luke has starred as New Zealand Kiwis claimed their second Rugby League World Cup victory, defeating France 48-0 at Perc Des Sports in Avignon.
THE second round of action for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup is upon us. See how the 14 Nations will take the field in Week 2.
THE boys are back from 11am Saturday Morning (AEDT) to cover more of the Rugby League World Cup, as well as looking at all the other Rugby League news and sport going around.
THE USA have started their debut world cup campaign of to a flying start with a hard fought 32-20 win over the Cook Islands at a cold and wet Memorial Stadium in Bristol.
THE Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines pool allocations and official draw have been released for the February 2014 rugby league event!
AN exciting game of football between Tonga and Scotland tonight at Derwent Park has seen Scotland run out with an amazing win, 26-24.
ETHAN James previews the action between Tonga and Scotland in the upcoming RLWC clash.
FIJI have opened their world cup campaign with a 32-12 victory over the Irish Wolfhounds in Spotland tonight.
TO help you maintain some level of sanity during the sleep deprived weeks of the Rugby League World Cup, LeagueUnlimited have set up a World Cup Portal.
REIGNING world champions New Zealand have survived a spirited second half from Samoa to run out 42-24 victors in front of 14,965 fans at Halliwell Jones Stadium.
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.