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2017 World Cup Week 4: Teams and Game Day

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Men's Quarter Finals

Australia V Samoa
Friday 17 November 8:30pm AEDT 7:00pm ACST
Darwin Stadium, Darwin
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TV: Seven 7:30pm AEDT

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Australia
1 Billy Slater
2 Dane Gagai
3 Will Chambers
4 Josh Dugan
5 Valentine Holmes
6 Michael Morgan
7 Cooper Cronk
8 Aaron Woods
9 Cameron Smith
10 David Klemmer
11 Boyd Cordner
12 Michael Gillett
13 Josh McGuire
14 Wade Graham
15 Jordan McLean
16 Reagan Cambell-Gillard
17 Tyson Frizell

18 Felise Kaufusi
19 Cameron Munster
20 James Maloney
21 Ben Hunt

Samoa
1 Young Tonumaipea
2 Matthew Wright
3 Ricky Leutele
4 Joseph Leilua
5 3 Timoteo Lafai
6 Jarome Luai
7 Ben Roberts
8 Junior Paulo
9 Jazz Tevaga
10 Herman Ese'ese
11 Joshua Papalii
12 Frank Pritchard
13 Leeson Ah Mau
14 Fa'amanu Brown
15 Bunty Afoa
16 Suaia Matagi
17 Joseph Paulo (c)

18 Zane Musgrove
19 Frank Winterstein
20 Pita Godinet
21 Ken Maumalo

Tonga V Lebanon
Saturday 18 November 3:00pm AEDT 5:00pm NZDT
Christchurch Stadium, Christchurch
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TV: 7mate 2:30pm AEDT

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Tonga
1 Will Hopoate
2 Daniel Tupou
3 Michael Jennings
4 Konrad Hurrell
5 David Fusitu'a
6 Tui Lolohea
7 Ata Hingano
8 Andrew Fifita
9 Sione Katoa
10 Sio Siua Taukeiaho
11 Manu Ma'u
12 Sika Manu (c)
13 Jason Taumalolo
14 Siliva Havili
15 Sam Moa
16 Tevita Pangai Jnr
17 Ben Murdoch-Masila

18 Ukama Ta'ai
19 Joe Ofahengaue
20 Mahe Fonua
21 Samisoni Langi

Lebanon
1 Anthony Layoun
2 Travis Robinson
3 James Elias
4 Adam Doueihi
5 Abbas Miski
6 Mitchell Moses
7 Robbie Farah (c)
8 Tim Mannah
9 Michael Lichaa
10 Alex Twal
11 Nick Kassis
12 Ahmad Ellaz
13 Jamie Clark
14 Mitchell Mamary
15 Ray Moujalli
16 Elias Sukkar
17 Jason Wehbe

18 Andrew Kazzi
19 Chris Saab
20 Bilal Maarbani

New Zealand V Fiji
Saturday 18 November 5:30pm AEDT 7:30pm NZDT
Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
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TV: 7mate 5:00pm AEDT

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New Zealand

1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
2 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
3 Dean Whare
4 Brad Takairangi
5 Jordan Rapana
6 Te Maire Martin
7 Shaun Johnson
8 Martin Taupau
9 Danny Levi
10 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
11 Simon Mannering
12 Joseph Tapine
13 Adam Blair
14 Nelson Asofa-Solomona
15 Russell Packer
16 Isaac Liu
17 Kodi Nikorima

18 Kenny Bromwich
19 Jason Nightingale
20 Peta Hiku
21 Addin Fonua-Blake

Fiji

1 Kevin Naiqama (c)
2 Suliasi Vunivalu
3 Taane Milne
4 Akuila Uate
5 Marcelo Montoya
6 Jarryd Hayne
7 Henry Raiwalui
8 Ashton Sims
9 Apisai Koroisau
10 Eloni Vunakece
11 Viliame Kikau
12 Brayden Williame
13 Tui Kamikamica
14 Joe Lovodua
15 Jacob Saifiti
16 Junior Roqica
17 Ben Nakubuwai

18 James Storer
19 Salesi Faingaa
20 Sitiveni Moceidreke
21 Pio Sokobalavau

England V Papua New Guinea
Sunday 19 November 4:00pm AEDT
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
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TV: 7mate 3:30pm AEDT

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England
1 Gareth Widdop
2 Jermaine Mcgillvary
3 Kallum Watkins
4 John Bateman
5 Ryan Hall
6 Kevin Brown
7 Luke Gale
8 Chris Hill
9 Josh Hodgson
10 James Graham
11 Sam Burgess
12 Elliott Whitehead
13 Sean O'Loughlin (c)
14 Alex Walmsley
15 Thomas Burgess
16 Ben Currie
17 James Roby

18 Chris Heighington
19 Mark Percival
20 Stefan Ratchford
21 George Williams

Papua New Guinea
1 David Mead (c)
2 Justin Olam
3 Kato Ottio
4 Nene Macdonald
5 Garry Lo
6 Ase Boas
7 Watson Boas
8 Moses Meninga
9 James Segeyaro
10 Luke Page
11 Rhyse Martin
12 Willie Minoga
13 Paul Aiton
14 Kurt Baptiste
15 Stargroth Amean
16 Stanton Albert
17 Rod Griffin

18 Enock Maki
19 Wartovo Puara
20 Thompson Tetehe
21 Lachlan Lam

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New Zealand V Canada
Thursday 16 November 1:45pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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TV: 7mate 1:30pm AEDT

New Zealand
1 Apii Nicholls-Pualau
2 Atawhai Tupaea
3 Maitua Feterika
4 Shontelle Woodman
5 Honey Hireme
6 Georgia Hale
7 Kimiora Nati
8 Lilieta Maumau
9 Krystal Rota
10 Bunty Kuruwaka-Crowe
11 Sharlene Atai
12 Teuila Fotu-Moala
13 Laura Mariu (C)
14 Nita Maynard
15 Krystal Murray
16 Ngatokotoru Arakua
17 Amber Kani
18 Luisa Gago
19 Kahurangi Peters

Canada
1 Nina Bui
2 Irene Patrinos
3 Maira Acevedo
4 Natasha Smith
5 Tiera Reynolds
6 Stevi Schnoor
7 Sabrina Mcdaid
8 Mackenzie Fane
9 Barbara Waddell
10 Gillian Boag
11 Megan Pakulis
12 Andrea Burk
13 Mandy Marchak (C)
14 Natalie Tam
15 Kathleen Grudzinski
16 Fedelia Omoghan
17 Janai Haupapa
18 Michelle Helmeczi
19 Natalie King

Australia V Cook Islands
Thursday 16 November 4:00pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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TV: 7mate 4:00pm AEDT

Cook Islands
1 Kiana Takairangi
2 Beniamina Koiatu
3 Chantelle Inangaro Schofield
4 Crystal Tamarua
5 Urshla Kere
6 Lydia Turua-Quedley
7 Manea Poa-Maoate
8 Toka Natua
9 Inangaro Maraeara
10 Karol-Ann Tanevesi
11 Jayne Kareroa
12 Te Amohaere Ngata-Aerengamate
13 Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate
14 Katelyn Arona
15 Danielle Apaiana
16 Stephanie Wilson
17 Eliza Wilson
18 Josina Singapu
19 Cecelia Strickland

Australia
23 Nakia Davis-Welsh
22 Meg Ward
19 Annette Brander
4 Isabelle Kelly
2 Karina Brown
6 Ali Brigginshaw
7 Caitlin Moran
8 Stephanie Hancock (C)
9 Brittany Breayley
20 Rebecca Young
21 Vanessa Foliaki
17 Talesha Quinn
18 Zahara Temara
12 Kezie Apps
13 Simiana Taufa-Kautai
14 Maddie Studdon
24 Lavina O'mealey
3 Corban Mcgregor
10 Heather Ballinger

England V Papua New Guinea
Thursday 16 November 6:30pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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TV: 7mate Replay Friday 10:00am AEDT

Papua New Guinea
1 Amelia Kuk
2 Joan Kuman
14 Anne Oiufa
4 Naomi Kaupa
5 Elvinah Aaron
6 Shirley Joe
7 Fay Sogavo
8 Maima Wei
9 Delailah Ahose
10 Brenda Goro
11 Cathy Neap
12 Carol Humeu
13 Della Audama
3 Christie Bulhage
15 Martha Karl
16 Jazmyn Taumafi
17 Janet Michael
18 Helen Abau
19 Vanessa Palme

England
1 Jodie Cunningham
2 Tara-Jane Stanley
3 Amy Hardcastle
4 Jessica Courtman
5 Charlotte Booth
6 Kirsty Moroney
7 Jenny Welsby
8 Emma Slowe
9 Lois Forsell
10 Danika Priim
11 Shona Hoyle
12 Beth Sutcliffe
13 Andrea Dobson (C)
14 Danielle Bound
15 Chantelle Crowl
16 Emily Rudge
17 Katherine Hepworth
18 Faye Gaskin
19 Rachel Thompson

Women's Round 2

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Australia V England
Sunday 19 November 1:45pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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TV: 7mate 1:30pm AEDT

Australia
1 Nakia Davis-Welsh
2 Meg Ward
3 Corban Mcgregor
4 Isabelle Kelly
5 Chelsea Baker
6 Ali Brigginshaw
7 Caitlin Moran
8 Ruan Sims
9 Brittany Breayley
10 Heather Ballinger
17 Talesha Quinn
12 Kezie Apps
11 Renae Kunst (C)
13 Lavina O'mealey
15 Stephanie Hancock (C)
16 Elianna Walton
19 Annette Brander
20 Rebecca Young
21 Vanessa Foliaki

England
1 Jodie Cunningham
2 Tara-Jane Stanley
3 Amy Hardcastle
4 Jessica Courtman
5 Charlotte Booth
6 Faye Gaskin
7 Kirsty Moroney
8 Emma Slowe
9 Lois Forsell
10 Andrea Dobson (C)
11 Shona Hoyle
12 Emily Rudge
13 Beth Sutcliffe
14 Danielle Bound
15 Chantelle Crowl
16 Katherine Hepworth
17 Sarah Dunn
18 Claire Garner
19 Kayleigh Bulman

New Zealand V Cook Islands
Sunday 19 November 4:00pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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New Zealand
1 Apii Nicholls-Pualau
2 Atawhai Tupaea
3 Amber Kani
4 Shontelle Woodman
5 Honey Hireme
6 Raecene Mcgregor
7 Kimiora Nati
8 Lilieta Maumau
9 Racquel Anderson
10 Kahurangi Peters
20 Hilda Peters
12 Luisa Gago
13 Laura Mariu (C)
14 Nita Maynard
15 Krystal Murray
16 Ngatokotoru Arakua
17 Bunty Kuruwaka-Crowe
19 Aieshaleigh Smalley
22 Annetta Nuuausala

Cook Islands
1 Kiana Takairangi
2 Lydia Turua-Quedley
3 Chantelle Inangaro Schofield
4 Cecelia Strickland
5 Beniamina Koiatu
6 Kiritapu Demant
7 Manea Poa-Maoate
8 Toka Natua
9 Inangaro Maraeara
10 Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate (C)
11 Crystal Tamarua
12 Danielle Apaiana
13 Katelyn Arona
14 Te Amohaere Ngata-Aerengamate
15 Josina Singapu
16 Samaria Taia
17 Natalee Tagavaitau
18 Kaylen Ikitule

Papua New Guinea V Canada
Sunday 19 November 6:30pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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Papua New Guinea
18 Helen Abau
2 Joan Kuman
14 Christie Bulhage
4 Naomi Kaupa
15 Martha Karl
6 Shirley Joe
5 Elvinah Aaron
8 Maima Wei (C)
9 Delailah Ahose
10 Brenda Goro
11 Cathy Neap (C)
12 Carol Humeu
17 Janet Michael
13 Della Audama
16 Jazmyn Taumafai
22 Vero Waula
23 Grace Mark
21 Akosita Baru

Canada
1 Irene Patrinos
2 Kelcey Leavitt
3 Janai Haupapa
4 Natasha Smith
5 Nina Bui
6 Stevi Schnoor
7 Sabrina Mcdaid
8 Elizabeth Steele
9 Christina Burnham
10 Gillian Boag
11 Megan Pakulis
12 Andrea Burk
13 Mandy Marchak (C)
14 Natalie Tam
15 Kathleen Keller
16 Mackenzie Fane
17 Wealtha Naglis
18 Barbara Waddell
19 Tiera Reynolds
20 Kathleen Grudzinski
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Presumed SFs are:
Aus vs NZ
Eng vs Tonga
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From deep fryer to World Cup cauldron, Canberra Raiders Joseph Tapine takes the long way home for Kiwis

At age 13, Joseph Tapine worked at Westpac Stadium, this week he'll play there for the Kiwis against Fiji. Operating the deep fryer to feed hungry spectators was as close as Joseph Tapine got to taking the field at Wellington's Westpac Stadium.

"I actually used to work there, cooking the fries out the back. That was my first job growing up and I never got to play on the field. It'll be my first time this week so I'm looking forward to that," Tapine said.

Read more and video: https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/98 ... -for-kiwis

Tapine's journey from fryers to field: http://www.nrl.com/tapines-journey-from ... fault.aspx

Video: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/sport/l ... ing-ground
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Absolutely Ridiculous that Samoa and Lebanon are in the QFs and Ireland are on the way home...
2018: 1. Wighton 2. Cotric 3. Croker (c) 4. Leiluia 5. Rapana 6. Austin 7. Sezer 8. Paulo 9. Garvey 10. Boyd 11. Papalii 12. Tapine 13. Whitehead ----
14. Williams 15. Soliola 16. Knight 17. Gubb

Concentrate on the process and the result will take care of itself...
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2018: 1. Wighton 2. Cotric 3. Croker (c) 4. Leiluia 5. Rapana 6. Austin 7. Sezer 8. Paulo 9. Garvey 10. Boyd 11. Papalii 12. Tapine 13. Whitehead ----
14. Williams 15. Soliola 16. Knight 17. Gubb

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Dusty wrote:Absolutely Ridiculous that Samoa and Lebanon are in the QFs and Ireland are on the way home...

The pools have a slightly different difficulty level.
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Everyone plays each other once, done

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Bit difficult with 14 teams in the tournament. And I don't think we'd want less than 14 teams.
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I understand the system... I just think it’s ****. Makes the WC look less credible than some think it already is


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2018: 1. Wighton 2. Cotric 3. Croker (c) 4. Leiluia 5. Rapana 6. Austin 7. Sezer 8. Paulo 9. Garvey 10. Boyd 11. Papalii 12. Tapine 13. Whitehead ----
14. Williams 15. Soliola 16. Knight 17. Gubb

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Why couldn't they have a system where they took the top two of each group of four, top teams of each group of three, and then one wildcard from the group of four and another from the group of three to round it off? Each wildcard would be the best (in terms of results) of the remaining teams of their two groups combined.
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And with some strange twist Samoa will record their first win of RLWC17 with a win over the Kangas in the QF and become instant tournament favourites.
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Looks like TPJ has recovered from his injury.
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Canberra Raiders selected for World Cup quarter finals

Canberra Raiders Joey Leilua, Junior Paulo and Josh Papalii have been named for Samoa's starting team to take on the Australian Kangaroos in the quarter final to be staged in Darwin this Friday night.

Meanwhile, Raiders winger Jordan Rapana and Joe Tapine have been named in the New Zealand Kiwis starting team to meet Fiji on Saturday night at Wellington.

And on Sunday afternoon, Josh Hodgson and Elliott Whitehead will line up for England's starting team in their clash with Papua New Guinea. The Canberra Raiders Kato Ottio has been named at centre for the Kumuls, while hooker Kurt Baptiste will be on the bench.

Full team line ups: viewtopic.php?p=1555603&f=2#p1555603
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Women's Round 1 teams for tomorrow now announced: viewtopic.php?p=1555603&f=2#p1555603
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Welcome to our coverage of today's Round 1 matches in the Women's Rugby League World Cup! First up, New Zealand meet Canada at 1:45pm. There is a live broadcast on 7mate of this match, and the next, between Australia and the Cook Islands. The final game between England and PNG will be available on the 7Live app.

Opening ceremony is underway at Shark Park, flags of the competing countries are now all out there. It involves lots of dancers from Sydney schools, it's certainly colourful, if lacking precision. Musical selection from famous performers of each nation.
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Now the teams are out there for the first match, New Zealand and Canada. First the national anthem of Canada and now New Zealand... except it's not the national anthem of New Zealand! Not sure who's anthem it was... Now the team is singing it, unaccompanied. Not the best start!

Now the haka! New Zealand is 1-17, Canada's No. 18 Michelle Helmeczi is included in place of 17 Janai Haupapa.

We are underway!
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There are some great tackles happening out there!
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4th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to winger Honey Hireme, nice play from the scrum. The Kiwi Ferns produced the opportunity with some big defence creating a Canadian error. Half Kimiora Nati fails to convert from out wide.

New Zealand 4-0

And now New Zealand fail to stop the kick off bouncing dead... it forces a line drop out on the Kiwi Ferns.
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10th min Canada forces another line drop out on the Kiwi Ferns. They're really putting on some good pressure. And now the Ravens get another penalty 10m out, in fact two in a row.
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12th min TRY CANADA to second rower Megan Pakulis. She scores from close range, it's the result of all the possession and territory. Canada fails to convert from close to the posts.

Canada 4
New Zealand 4
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16th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to winger Atawhai Tupaea, it is set up through a break from halfback Kimiora Nati. They go 70 metres. That try was really against the run of play, but the Ferns got some momentum from a penalty. Converted.

New Zealand 10-4

Now New Zealand make an error at the kick off. Another chance for the Ravens, scrum 10m out.
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20th min Nati is very dangerous for the Ferns, and they make another break down the right side. But it breaks down with the final pass.

Some of these tackles are tough!
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30th min Canada are right in this match, and have had 60 per cent possession. New Zealand has produced some huge hits in defence and attack, but they have made too many errors. The Kiwi Ferns still lead 10-4.
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37th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to winger Honey Hireme, her second of the day. Good break made down the left side, and Hireme is backing up inside. Nati converts.

New Zealand 16
Canada 4

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Back underway in the second half, with Canada kicking off.

Teuila Fotu-Moala, mark down her name. If you're not watching live, make sure you see some of the highlights of her tackles!
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42nd min Going to video referee for a possible New Zealand try. The live call was no try, and that's confirmed, the ball was lost in the grounding by the Kiwi Ferns winger.
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45th min Canada dies with the ball on the last tackle in the red zone. Good defence from New Zealand. Canada is not at all overawed in this match, but they don't quite have the attacking fire power of the Kiwi Ferns.

New Zealand still lead 16-4.
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49th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to prop forward Lilieta Maumau. It's off the back of a penalty to New Zealand, and she just steamrolls through from close range. Nati converts.

New Zealand 22-4
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53rd min TRY NEW ZEALAND to Krystal Murray. She breaks out of a Canadian tackle and scores under the posts. Nati converts.

New Zealand 28-4
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56th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to Teuila Fotu-Moala. No conversion. Canada's defence is really starting to struggle now.

New Zealand 32-4
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60th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to fullback Apii Nicholls-Pualau. The Kiwi Ferns sent it left and Canada's line was short of troops out wide. Nati converts from close to the sideline.

New Zealand 38-4
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66th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to Tetouila Fotu-Moala. She just charges through the Canadian defence from close range. Not stopping her, very powerful running. Nati converts from in front of the posts. Canada's missed tackle rate has skyrocketed in the second half.

New Zealand 44-4
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73rd min TRY NEW ZEALAND to prop Lilieta Maumau, again it is just hard running from close range and she's over. Nati converts.

New Zealand 50-4
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