Angus Crichton sin bin, Australia vs Samoa final, Chanel Harris-Tavita tackle, highlights, video, news

Samoan coach Matt Parish has labeled referee Ashley Klein’s decision to send Kangaroos backrower Angus Crichton to the sin bin as “weak”. The 26-year-old raised his elbow as he braced for a tackle from Samoa’s dummy half Chanel Harris-Tavita in the 46th minute, who was knocked out by the contact. The ugly blow caused the … Read more

Australia vs New Zealand, Cameron Munster, Jahrome Hughes, Nelson Asofa-Solomona

Storm cut in half Cameron Munster and Jahrome Hughes will go head-to-head when Australia takes on New Zealand in a World Cup semi-final – and they didn’t shy away from a brutal punch to each other on the run. Munster and Hughes make up one of the most dangerous half combinations in the NRL, but … Read more

teams, early post, Australia vs New Zealand; Joseph Suaalii, Junior Paulo, on report, England vs Samoa, Kangaroos, Mal Meninga

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has hinted at some changes to the Australian bench ahead of their semi-final clash with New Zealand. Samoa, meanwhile, was able to do without their skipper Junior Paulo and fullback Joseph Suaalii for their clash with England after the duo were put on report. Read on for all the early World … Read more

Late Mail, Nathan Cleary, Daly Cherry-Vans, James Tedesco, Cameron Munster, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, New Zealand vs Fiji, Australia vs Lebanon

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has confirmed Nathan Cleary has won the halfback race and will start against Lebanon – but battling illness, which is why Daly Cherry-Evans will be on the bench. Meninga put the speculation to bed as he spoke to Fox League on Thursday, revealing that Cherry-Evans is on standby for Cleary, but … Read more

Transfer Whispers, John Bateman, Tigers, Tyson Frizell, David Klemmer, Knights, Tigers, Jonah Pezet, Nick Meaney, Melbourne Storm

The Tigers are reportedly poised to secure the services of former Raiders star and current Wigan forward John Bateman on a three-year deal. Newcastle veterans Tyson Frizell and David Klemmer have reportedly shopped in an attempt to revive Newcastle’s struggling roster and lure Luke Brooks to the club. Meanwhile, the Storm have reportedly signed back … Read more

Daly Cherry-Evans, Australia, Kangaroos, Halfback, Nathan Cleary, Mal Meninga, Knockout Stages, Latrell Mitchell, Liam Martin

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga is grappling with the decision to play Nathan Cleary or Daly Cherry-Evans as halfback – and has revealed he can pick either one at 17. Liam Martin is also battling for a spot, while Latrell Mitchell has a warning to rival nations ahead of the final. Read on for the latest … Read more

New Zealand Kiwis vs Ireland, result, stats, video, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves sin bin, Jahrome Hughes

New Zealand coach Michael Maguire has concerns en route to the quarter-finals after star enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves was thrown out by sin – and suffered an injury – in the Kiwis’ 48-10 win over Ireland. Waerea-Hargreaves, who missed the first two billiard games due to suspension, gathered Ireland’s Dan Norman high with a swinging arm … Read more

Late Mail, Early Mail, Kangaroos, side v Italy, Nathan Cleary, Daly Cherry-Evans, Rugby League World Cup, Australia, Reuben Cotter, Jahrome Hughes, New Zealand, return, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

Mal Meninga has picked his roster for Australia’s final group match against Italy and as if the unconventional numbers weren’t confusing enough – the side has been named in alphabetical order. Cameron Munster is rested, meaning Daly Cherry-Evans and Nathan Cleary will likely both line up, but who will play halfback remains unknown. DCE got … Read more

Andrew Fifita retired, Cronulla Sharks, Sea Eagles, Bulldogs, Tigers, career, Tonga, Kangaroos, NSW Blues, seven operations

Sharks legend Andrew Fifita has chosen to retire amid seven necessary surgeries despite interest from the Bulldogs and Manly, putting the curtain on one of the great rugby league careers. The Daily Telegraph reported that Fifita has made the heartbreaking decision to withdraw from rugby competition, despite being in talks with Canterbury and the Sea … Read more

Talking Points, Josh Addo-Carr try, NSW Blues snuc, Samoa vs Greece, Jarome Luai, schedule, news

A stunning effort by Josh Addo-Carr has exposed a huge Origin gaffe as the Bulldogs flyer led to the scoreboard for try scores. Jarome Luai masterminded Samoa’s revival with a ridiculous performance as Mitchell Moses inspired Lebanon to a big win. Read below the main topics of conversation from the World Cup matches of the … Read more