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Canberra Times
Scotland say Wallabies are completely different side to one they upset in June spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back performances and this year were beaten by Fiji 27-22 the week after defeating the Wallabies. Seeking 'another level' "We've got to have the same endeavour, the same... Read more
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Canberra Times
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingwere subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It
Canberra Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
were subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It also notes that air traffic controllers in Fiji and New Zealand "did not provide the flight crew with all the information that should have been provided". However, it... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Meninga annoyed by Kangaroos preparationsplaying group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the R
Geelong Advertiser / Posted an hour ago
playing group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the Rugby League World Cup. The Kangaroos face Fiji in a semi-final on Friday with the winner to meet either England or Tonga in the tournament decider at Suncorp... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Meninga annoyed by Kangaroos preparationsplaying group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the R
The Courier Mail / Posted an hour ago
playing group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the Rugby League World Cup. The Kangaroos face Fiji in a semi-final on Friday with the winner to meet either England or Tonga in the tournament decider at Suncorp... Read more
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News.com.au
Meninga annoyed by Kangaroos preparationsplaying group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the R
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
playing group after labelling Tuesday’s training session their “worst” of the Rugby League World Cup. The Kangaroos face Fiji in a semi-final on Friday with the winner to meet either England or Tonga in the tournament decider at Suncorp... Read more
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The Age
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingwere subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It
The Age / Posted an hour ago
were subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It also notes that air traffic controllers in Fiji and New Zealand "did not provide the flight crew with all the information that should have been provided". However, it... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Pilot error and lack of safety oversight led to Norfolk Island ditchingwere subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
were subject to a lower level of requirements than other passenger flights. It also notes that air traffic controllers in Fiji and New Zealand "did not provide the flight crew with all the information that should have been provided". However, it... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Unlicensed immigration adviser sentenceda campaign earlier this year to raise awareness amongst Pacific communities in
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 hours ago
a campaign earlier this year to raise awareness amongst Pacific communities in New Zealand, as well as in Tonga, Samoa and Fiji, that unlawful immigration advice can cause significant stress and problems for visa applicants.“Anyone seeking... Read more
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NZCity
Meninga annoyed by Kangaroos preparationsplaying group after labelling Tuesday's training session their "worst" of the R
NZCity / Posted 2 hours ago
playing group after labelling Tuesday's training session their "worst" of the Rugby League World Cup. The Kangaroos face Fiji in a semi-final on Friday with the winner to meet either England or Tonga in the tournament decider at Suncorp... Read more
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Western Advocate
Donald’s Jillaroos side claims 88-0 win over disappointing Canada sideher second in the 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians’ pr
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
her second in the 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians’ previous biggest win of 72-0, recorded against Fiji in 1998 and against France in the 2013 World Cup. “We said at half-time we hadn’t finished games as well as what we... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Sports on TV, what's happening locally for Thursday, Nov. 23Chargers at Dallas 8:30 p.m., NBC, Giants at Washington RUGBY WORLD CUP 4 a.
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
Chargers at Dallas 8:30 p.m., NBC, Giants at Washington RUGBY WORLD CUP 4 a.m. (Friday), FS2, semifinal, Australia vs. Fiji 1 p.m., FS1, Koln vs. Arsenal 1 p.m., FS2, Konyaspor vs. Olympique de Marseille 3 p.m., FS1, Everton vs. Atalanta 3... Read more
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The Age
Scotland say Wallabies are completely different side to one they upset in June spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back performances and this year were beaten by Fiji 27-22 the week after defeating the Wallabies. Seeking 'another level' "We've got to have the same endeavour, the same... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Scotland say Wallabies are completely different side to one they upset in June spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
spring tour. However, Scotland have had trouble putting together back-to-back performances and this year were beaten by Fiji 27-22 the week after defeating the Wallabies. Seeking 'another level' "We've got to have the same endeavour, the same... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Biting incident mars Jillaroos' record World Cup winher second in the 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' pr
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
her second in the 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' previous biggest win of 72-0, recorded against Fiji in 1998 and against France in the 2013 World Cup. "We said at half-time we hadn't finished games as well as what we... Read more
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NZCity
Kiwis to play at Anfield on 2018 UK tourfirst Test matches to be confirmed for the Kiwis since their humiliating 4-2 Ru
NZCity / Posted 5 hours ago
first Test matches to be confirmed for the Kiwis since their humiliating 4-2 Rugby League World Cup quarter-final loss to Fiji. English boss and NRL-based supercoach Wayne Bennett - currently preparing his side for a World Cup semi-final against... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New U-13s tournament kicks offpart of the NZ Communities Football Cup (NZCFC). The Auckland-based Under-13s
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 hours ago
part of the NZ Communities Football Cup (NZCFC). The Auckland-based Under-13s teams will represent diverse nations such as Fiji and Somalia, and and provides a great opportunity for younger people to appreciate cultural diversity and continue with... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stephanie Holmes: Live the listairfare to Europe, now you can get there for much less than $2000. Take those s
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
airfare to Europe, now you can get there for much less than $2000. Take those savings and use them on a long weekend in Fiji, a quick hop over the Ditch, or a short cruise around New Zealand. Or use the money to treat yourself when it comes to... Read more
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EuroNews
Italy happy to be respected as Boks plan revengeover South Africa, the Azzurri lost to Tonga, the first of nine straight losses
EuroNews / Posted 7 hours ago
over South Africa, the Azzurri lost to Tonga, the first of nine straight losses which ended with a much-needed win over Fiji this month. But O’Shea says Italy, and Italian rugby in general, have come a long way since that shock victory over the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Opera House market stage for acclaimed Taree Aboriginal artistmarketplace of First Nations collectible art, craft and homewares. More than 20
Manning River Times / Posted 8 hours ago
marketplace of First Nations collectible art, craft and homewares. More than 20 stallholders from across Australia and Fiji will be represented. Hailing from Taree, Andy is one of the Art Gallery of NSW’s previous artists in residence. He is a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Climate Change Is Already Upon Us & Will Only Worsen in Short TermBonn — It is fitting that this year's conference of parties (on climate change,
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 hours ago
Bonn — It is fitting that this year's conference of parties (on climate change, COP 23) is led by Fiji, a nation on the frontlines. Last month I visited other small islands facing the impacts of a warming world: Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica. The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Have UN Climate Talks Finally Been Turned 'Inside Out'?the moral leadership and urged other countries to follow their lead. This mont
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
the moral leadership and urged other countries to follow their lead. This month at COP23 in Bonn, under the leadership of Fiji, I feel we may in fact be on the way to achieving the "inside out COP". The most vivid illustration of this shift in... Read more
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The North West Star
Players would consider pay cut to help fund lower-tier nationsthe finals. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday nigh
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
the finals. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday night when the cashed up Kangaroos take on Fiji, following the Bati's upset win over New Zealand last weekend. The RLIF will pay $300,000 in prizemoney to the World... Read more
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Canberra Times
Players would consider pay cut to help fund lower-tier nations: Cameron Smithhow it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday n
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
how it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday night when the cashed up Kangaroos take on Fiji, following the Bati's upset win over New Zealand last weekend. The RLIF will pay $300,000 in prizemoney to the World... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canada biting allegations mar record Jillaroos winfor her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' pr
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
for her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' previous biggest win of 72-0, recorded against Fiji in 1998 and against France in the 2013 World Cup. "We said at halftime we hadn't finished games as well as what we... Read more
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Canberra Times
Business as usual for Mal Meninga ahead of Fiji clashbecoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
becoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice following defeats by first Tonga and then Fiji. And ahead of Australia's semi-final against Fiji on Friday, Meninga believes times are changing. "There's been a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dane Gagai: Best is yet to come from Kangaroos star at South Sydney Rabbitohsa bit more fun playing alongside him than trying to tackle him," Gagai said ahe
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
a bit more fun playing alongside him than trying to tackle him," Gagai said ahead of Friday's World Cup semi-final against Fiji. "He's one of those athletes, he's competitive, aggressive. He had this year off and I'm sure he's going to do... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gold Coast plans for NRL life without Haynecoach the two-time Dally M Medal winner next season and, as it stands, expects
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
coach the two-time Dally M Medal winner next season and, as it stands, expects him to be there. Jarryd Hayne in action for Fiji at the Rugby League World Cup. Photo: AAP But Brennan admits there "may be some merit" to reports of Hayne's expected... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mitchell Pearce to make call as NRL finalises Manly Sea Eagles salary cap probeready to rip in," Brennan said when asked if Hayne might be moving on. "I've l
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
ready to rip in," Brennan said when asked if Hayne might be moving on. "I've left him alone on purpose to concentrate on Fiji. "If Jarryd has some circumstances where he needs to be somewhere else then I'll deal with it when I have... Read more
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The Hindu
Get to these destinations before global warming doesYork Times journalist Mike Ives, says that Kiribati “has essentially been drawi
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
York Times journalist Mike Ives, says that Kiribati “has essentially been drawing up plans for its demise”, buying land in Fiji and preparing for partial migration. While that eventuality may still be some decades away, the nation has a diving... Read more
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The Hindu
A look at coups around the worldof Mikhail Gorbachev, an event that destabilised the Soviet Union and led to th
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
of Mikhail Gorbachev, an event that destabilised the Soviet Union and led to the breakup of the country. Country: Fiji Year: 2000 and 2006 Incumbent: Mahendra Chaudhry, Laisenia Qarase Who took over: Frank Bainimarama Fiji’s conflict... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Ireland look to put down early Six Nations markerto their three-test schedule in Dublin with a 38-3 thrashing of South Africa on
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 hours ago
to their three-test schedule in Dublin with a 38-3 thrashing of South Africa on Nov. 11 but needed a late penalty to beat Fiji last week, albeit playing with a second string side. Argentina offer another tough test in the first meeting between... Read more
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Oxford Mail
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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Gazette
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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guardian-series
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
guardian-series / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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Harrow Times
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
Harrow Times / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney’s successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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NZCity
Smith to fight for league WCup pay paritythe year. This is before (CBA) negotiations started," Smith said in Brisbane ah
NZCity / Posted 17 hours ago
the year. This is before (CBA) negotiations started," Smith said in Brisbane ahead of Friday night's semi-final against Fiji. "This is when (RLPA boss) Ian Prendergast and his team were gathering information around what players thought were big... Read more
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The Age
Business as usual for Mal Meninga ahead of Fiji clashbecoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
becoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice following defeats by first Tonga and then Fiji. And ahead of Australia's semi-final against Fiji on Friday, Meninga believes times are changing. "There's been a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Business as usual for Mal Meninga ahead of Fiji clashbecoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
becoming the first tier-one nation to lose to a second-tier not once but twice following defeats by first Tonga and then Fiji. And ahead of Australia's semi-final against Fiji on Friday, Meninga believes times are changing. "There's been a... Read more
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The Age
Players would consider pay cut to help fund lower-tier nations: Cameron Smithhow it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday n
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
how it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday night when the cashed up Kangaroos take on Fiji, following the Bati's upset win over New Zealand last weekend. The RLIF will pay $300,000 in prizemoney to the World... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Players would consider pay cut to help fund lower-tier nations: Cameron Smithhow it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday n
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
how it's done. That gulf in pay equity comes to a head in Brisbane on Friday night when the cashed up Kangaroos take on Fiji, following the Bati's upset win over New Zealand last weekend. The RLIF will pay $300,000 in prizemoney to the World... Read more
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The Age
Canada biting allegations mar record Jillaroos winfor her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' pr
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
for her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' previous biggest win of 72-0, recorded against Fiji in 1998 and against France in the 2013 World Cup. "We said at halftime we hadn't finished games as well as what we... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canada biting allegations mar record Jillaroos winfor her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' pr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
for her second in 68th minute to make it 74-0, it surpassed the Australians' previous biggest win of 72-0, recorded against Fiji in 1998 and against France in the 2013 World Cup. "We said at halftime we hadn't finished games as well as what we... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 19 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney's successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
England head coach Wayne Bennett coy on New Zealand linkwhich they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
which they were held to a draw by Scotland and missed out on the World Cup semi-finals thanks to home defeats by Tonga and Fiji, New Zealand are expected to ring the changes, with Kearney's successor David Kidwell unlikely to be in place for next... Read more
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The Age
The economy: Beware the diminishing value buying your votewhy I feel that way. It is because I abhor tyrants and tyrannical rule (on the
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
why I feel that way. It is because I abhor tyrants and tyrannical rule (on the basis of my brief experience following the Fiji coups). I can't imagine the torture and pain of the people of Zimbabwe who have had to suffer 37 long years of that... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bite allegation mars Jillaroos wintheir final pool match, the dominant Jillaroos created history by surpassing th
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
their final pool match, the dominant Jillaroos created history by surpassing their biggest-ever margin of 72-points against Fiji in 2013. Over their three pool matches, the Aussie women have now scored a combined 184-points in three games while... Read more
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