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The stat that stands out in the Kangaroos historic test against Mate Ma'a Tonga

the stat that stands out in the kangaroos historic test against mate ma'a tonga
Australia may have won on the scoreboard but, as the old cliche goes, the winner was rugby league.In front of a bumper crowd of 26,214, Tonga announced itself as a future powerhouse but it's the fans..
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What the Waratahs' western foray could really mean for rugby

Rugby union's incursion into rugby league heartland makes perfect sense and is long overdue.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Ratchford devastated after loss [Video]Ratchford devastated after loss  01:36

It was little consolation for Warrington's Stefan Ratchford who was named man of the match.

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Tomkins hails his best win ever [Video]Tomkins hails his best win ever  01:15

Wigan's departing star Sam Tomkins says that the 2018 Grand Final win means more to him than any other win.

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Price: We threw everything at them [Video]Price: We threw everything at them  01:23

Warrington's Steve Price gives credit to Wigan's defence after the Wolves went down 12-4 in the Grand Final.

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Wane: a perfect way to finish [Video]Wane: a perfect way to finish  01:22

An emotional Shaun Wane says farewell to Wigan after their Grand Final win against Warrington.

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O'Loughlin: Wigan must keep cool heads [Video]O'Loughlin: Wigan must keep cool heads  00:54

Wigan captain Sean O'Loughlin says they must control their emotions in Saturday's Grand Final in what will be the final appearances for a number of players as well as head coach Shaun Wane.

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'Women's game is only going forward' [Video]'Women's game is only going forward'  00:35

Georgia Roche, the winner of the inaugural Woman of Steel award, says women's rugby league is only moving forwards.

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Tonga finally get Test crack at Kangaroos

Almost a year after falling short of meeting them in a World Cup final, Tonga finally get a crack at Australia in a historic rugby league Test.
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More Tests a boost for Tonga squad: coach

Tonga could have at least three rugby league Test matches next year as talks continue over a revamped international calendar for 2019.
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Tonga set for more league Tests in 2019

Tonga could have at least three rugby league Test matches next year as talks continue over a revamped international calendar for 2019.
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Portrait paints Mal Meninga in a new light

The rugby league legend had his portrait painted by Peter Hudson for the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition 20/20.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Key match-ups for Kangaroos-Tonga clash

A look at the key match-ups which will decide Saturday's landmark rugby league Test between Australia and Tonga.
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Johnstone treble sees England flog France

England have flexed their muscles for the rugby league Test series against New Zealand with a 44-6 rout of France in Leigh.
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Test hype inspiring Tonga's Taumalolo

Tongan star Jason Taumalolo is tempering expectations despite the hype surrounding his side ahead of Saturday's maiden rugby league Test against Australia.
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Proud Kangaroo Kaufusi ready for Tongans

Felise Kaufusi played three Tests for Tonga and respects their rugby league revolution, but is a proud Kangaroo for Saturday's historic clash.
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Bennett keen to coach England beyond 70

Wayne Bennett says he hopes to coach the England rugby league team beyond his 70th birthday.
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Kangaroos unchanged to face Tonga

The Kangaroos know a similar error-ridden performance to what they produced against New Zealand will leave them open to a shock rugby league Test loss to Tonga.
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Beaten Kangaroos need to lift for Tonga

The Kangaroos know a similar error-ridden performance to what they produced against New Zealand will leave them open to a shock rugby league Test loss to Tonga.
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Andrew Fifita sees red after Sharks' Tonga snub

The powerhouse prop hopes the tiny Pacific nation can remind the rugby league world - and Sharks CEO Barry Russell - what a force Tonga has become.
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Kangaroos vow to match Tonga's passion

Matching Tonga's passion in Saturday's historic rugby league Test won't be an issue for the Kangaroos, according to Australia's prop Aaron Woods.
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Agents of change: NRL stoush with player managers turning ugly

A bitter battle looms between the NRL administration and player managers over Rugby League Central’s plans to reform the agent accreditation system.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Manu will be best in the world: Mitchell

Latrell Mitchell says Sydney Roosters teammate Joseph Manu is destined to become the best centre in rugby league.
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