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  • Tupou and Taukeiaho Start For Tonga

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    Tonga look set to stick with the same squad from the Quarter-Final against Lebanon ahead of Saturday's Semi-Final against England in the Rugby League World Cup.

  • Vunakece To Start For Fiji

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    Eloni Vunakece has been named to start in the front row following a bruising performance which led to a victory over the Kiwis in the Quarter-Finals.

  • Cordner and Cronk In For Roos

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    Boyd Cordner and Cooper Cronk have again been named to line-up for Australia in this Friday's Semi-Final against Fiji at Suncorp Stadium.

  • Kangaroos Media | Boyd Cordner

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    Boyd Cordner spoke to the media today ahead of the Kangaroos Semi Final clash against Fiji this weekend in the Rugby League World Cup.

  • 18IN18 | Anthony Minichiello

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    Club Legend Anthony Minichiello has an important message for Sydney Roosters fans that have yet to commit as a Member for the upcoming 2018 season.

  • Mitchell Pearce granted immediate release

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    The Sydney Roosters have today announced that Mitchell Pearce has been granted a release from the remaining two years of his contract with the Club, with immediate effect.

  • Season Review | Boyd Cordner

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    Being named as one of two Captains in the pre-season must have worked wonders for Boyd Cordner, who would go on to have a massive year for the Roosters and at representative level.

  • Top 10 Photos | 10-5

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    As we push passed the halfway mark of our top ten photos countdown on social media, let's take a look at the countdown so far from 10 through to 5th place.

  • Fiji stun Kiwis to make World Cup semis

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    Fiji Bati have produced one of the greatest upsets in Rugby League World Cup history to edge past New Zealand 4-2 and book a semi-final meeting with Australia.

  • Roos Thump Samoa

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    The Kangaroos have cruised into the World Cup semi-finals on the back of a 46-0 win over a Samoan side that failed to fire a shot in steamy conditions in front of a sold-out crowd in Darwin.