The #NRL Ladder after Round 11. Souths and Cronulla march up the table while at the other end, the T...
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THE rise of women's Rugby League is set to reach new levels on an international scale, with the 12 matches of the historic 2017 Rugby League Women's World Cup kicking off tomorrow (Thursday) in Sydney to be broadcast on free-to-air television in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
AUSTRALIA, the world champions came into this match as massive favourites and were expected to rack up a cricket score against Lebanon. However the Cedars backed up their stunning performance against England last week with another great effort, restricting Australia to just 4 tries in 75 minutes before letting a pair of quick tries in at the end of the game.