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THE World Cup winning Kiwis assemble in Auckland in two weeks for a two-day public celebration of their historic feat.
LOSING World Cup coach Ricky Stuart has said sorry to the referee for verbally abusing him following Australia's defeat to New Zealand. But is it enough?
AUSTRALIA Kangaroos coach Ricky Stuart is to be formally investigated by Rugby League International Federation following an allegation that he abused a referee and an official.
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.
THE Australian Kangaroos have proven too good for a spirited Fiji Bati in the Rugby League World Cup Semi-Final.
NEW Zealand reinforced its standing as the dominant force in women
NEW Zealand have advanced to the 2008 Rugby League World Cup final with a gripping 32-22 victory over England in front of 26,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium tonight.
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.
FIJI have progressed through to the World Cup semi-final with a convincing win over Ireland.
FRENCH rugby league is not dead and buried according to national coach John Monie, despite the sides disappointing last placed finish in the 2008 rugby league World Cup.
A quick look at the teams for tonight's Semi-Final Qualifier match on the Gold Coast between the Ireland Wolfhounds and the Fiji Bati, for the right to play Australia in a Rugby League World Cup Semi Final.
THE Tongans most certainly saved their best for last in this World Cup tournament as they absolutely demolished a very tired and hot Scottish side this evening in a very humid Rockhampton, winning by an impressive 48-0.
A horrific injury toll has forced France to make wholesale changes to their team, ahead of their final World Cup match against Samoa at CUA Stadium on Sunday afternoon.