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2017 World Cup Week 5: Teams and Game Day

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Men's Semi Finals

Australia V Fiji
Friday 17 November 8:00pm AEDT 7:00pm AEST
Lang Park, Brisbane
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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 Tom Tbrojevic
20 Josh Mansour
21 James Maloney

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 Wiliame
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 Sokobalavu

Tonga V England
Saturday 25 November 4:00pm AEDT 6:00pm NZDT
Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
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TV: 7mate 3:30pm 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 Siliva Havili
10 Sio Siua Taukeiaho
11 Manu Ma'u
12 Sika Manu (c)
13 Jason Taumalolo
14 Sione Katoa
15 Peni Terepo
16 Tevita Pangai Jnr
17 Ben Murdoch-Masila

18 Sam Moa
19 Manu Vatuvei
20 Joe Ofahengaue
21 Samisoni Langi

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 Tom Burgess
16 Ben Currie
17 James Roby

18 Jonny Lomax
19 Chris Heighington
20 Mark Percival
21 Scott Taylor

Women's Round 3

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England V Cook Islands
Wednesday 22 November 1:45pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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England
1. Jodie Cunningham
2. Tara-Jane Stanley
3. Amy Hardcastle
4. Sarah Dunn
5. Kayleigh Bulman
6. Faye Gaskin
7. Claire Garner
8. Danika Priim
9. Lois Forsell
10. Chantelle Crowl
11. Shona Hoyle
12. Emily Rudge
13. Andrea Dobson

14. Danielle Bound
15. Emma Slowe
16. Beth Sutcliffe
17. Jessica Courtman

18. Katherine Hepworth
19. Rachel Thompson

Cook Islands
1. Kiana Takairangi
2. Beniamina Koiatu
3. Chantelle Inangaro Schofield
4. Crystal Tamarua
5. Urshla Kere
6. Inangaro Maraeara
7. Lydia Turua-Quedley
8. Toka Natua
9. Katelyn Arona
10. Karol Tanevesi
11. Te Amohaere Ngata-Aerengamate
12. Kaylen Ikitule
13. Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate

14. Cecelia Strickland
15. Danielle Apaiana
16. Jane Kareroa
17. Stephanie Wilson

18. Eliza Wilson
19. Natalee Tagavaitau
20. Kiritapu Demant
21. Manea Poa-Maoate
22. Josina Singapu
23. Samaria Taia

Australia V Canada
Wednesday 22 November 4:00pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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Australia
1. Corban McGregor
2. Karina Brown
18. Zahara Temara
19. Annette Brander
5. Chelsea Baker
6. Ali Brigginshaw
7. Maddie Studdon
8. Ruan Sims
9. Brittany Breayley
10. Heather Ballinger
12. Kezie Apps
11. Renae Kunst
13. Simiana Taufa-Kautai

16. Elianna Walton
20. Rebecca Young
21. Vanessa Foliaki
24. Lavina O'Mealey

14. Caitlyn Moran
17. Talesha Quinn

Canada
1. Irene Patrinos
2. Kelcey Leavitt
3. Janai Haupapa
4. Maira Acevedo
5. Tiera Reynolds
6. Stevi Schnoor
7. Michelle Helmeczi
8. Kathleen Grudzinski
9. Barbara Waddell
10. Fedelia Omoghan
11. Megan Pakulis
12. Kathleen Keller
13. Mandy Marchak

14. Christina Burnham
15. Wealtha Naglis
16. Natalie King
17. Elizabeth Steele

18. Gillian Boag
19. Nina Bui

New Zealand V Papua New Guinea
Wednesday 22 November 6:30pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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New Zealand
1. Raecene McGregor
2. Atawhai Tupaea
3. Maitua Feterika
4. Amber Kani
5. Hilda Peters
6. Georgia Hale
7. Racquel Anderson
8. Aieshaleigh Smalley
9. Krystal Rota
10. Kahurangi Peters
11. Teuila Fotu-Moala
12. Luisa Gago
13. Sharlene Atai

14. Nita Maynard
15. Annetta Nuuausala
16. Bunty Kuruwaka-Crowe
19. Lilieta Maumau

21. Ngatokotoru Arakua
22. Apii Nicholls-Pualau

Papua New Guinea
18. Helen Abau
2. Joan Kuman
19. Vanessa Palme
4. Naomi Kaupa
20. Mala Mark
6. Shirley Joe
1. Amelia Kuk
16. Jazmyn Taumafai
9. Delailah Ahose
10. Brenda Goro
11. Cathy Neap
12. Carol Humeu
17. Janet Michael

8. Maima Wei
13. Della Audama
22. Vero Waula
24. Gloria Kaupa

24. Akosita Baru

Women's Semi Finals

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Semi Final 1
Sunday 26 November
Shark Park, Cronulla
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TV: 7mate From 1:30pm AEDT

New Zealand v England (1.45pm AEDT)
Referee: Todd Smith
Touch judges: Alison Watters, Jake Sutherland
Video Referee: Shayne Hayne

New Zealand Kiwi Ferns
1 Apii Nicholls-Pualau
2 Atawhai Tupaea
3 Maitua Feterika
4 Shontelle Woodman
5 Honey Hireme
6 Georgia Hale
7 Kimiora Nati
8 Aieshaleigh Smalley
9 Krystal Rota
10 Lilieta Maumau
11 Teuila Fotu-Moala
12 Hilda Peters
13 Laura Mariu (c)
14 Nita Maynard
15 Annetta Nuuausala
16 Krystal Murray
17 Ngatokotoru Arakua
18 Amber Kani
19 Kahurangi Peters

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

Australia v Canada (4pm AEDT)
Referee: Adam Gee
Touch Judges: Antoinette Watts, Joey Butler
Video Referee: Shayne Hayne

Australia Jillaroos
1 Nakia Davis-Welsh
2 Karina Brown
3 Corban Mcgregor
4 Isabelle Kelly
5 Meg Ward
6 Ali Brigginshaw
7 Caitlin Moran
8 Stephanie Hancock (c)
9 Brittany Breayley
20 Rebecca Young
17 Talesha Quinn
12 Kezie Apps
21 Vanessa Foliaki
14 Maddie Studdon
15 Ruan Sims
16 Elianna Walton
19 Annette Brander
13 Simiana Taufa-Kautai
18 Zahara Temara

Canada Ravens
1 Irene Patrinos
2 Maira Acevedo
3 Nina Bui
4 Natasha Smith
5 Tiera Reynolds
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 Barbara Waddell
15 Mackenzie Fane
16 Kathleen Keller
17 Wealtha Naglis
18 Fedelia Omoghan
19 Michelle Helmeczi

Semi Final 2
Sunday 26 November 4:00pm AEDT
Shark Park, Cronulla
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Canberra Raiders Josh Hodgson and Elliott Whitehead named for England starting team for RLWC 2017 semi final

Canberra Raiders hooker Josh Hodgson and second rower Elliott Whitehead have been selected in England's starting team for their semi final clash with Tonga in Auckland on Saturday night. The English duo are the only Canberra Raiders representatives in the World Cup semi finals this weekend, after New Zealand, Samoa and Papau New Guines were all knocked out of the tournament in the quarter finals.

See the full team line ups here: viewtopic.php?p=1556845&f=2#p1556845

Gagai expects explosive start against Fiji: http://www.nrl.com/gagai-expects-explos ... fault.aspx

Tonga: Bennett playing mind games: http://www.nrl.com/tonga-bennett-playin ... fault.aspx
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Teams now named for tomorrow's Women's World Cup Round 3: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=32357&p=1556845#p1556845
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RLWC 2017: Canberra Raiders assistant coach Brett White says Irish rugby league deserves to be respected for strong World Cup performance

ARRIVING in Cairns for their World Cup campaign Ireland had just one goal, to earn respect as a rugby league nation.

“At the start of the campaign the players and the coach spoke about using the World Cup to gain respect as a rugby league nation,” Brett White said.

“That was a big aim, there was a lot of talk from others, especially in Cairns when we first arrived about Ireland probably being the jokers of the tournament. But we were there to gain respect, and I certainly think we achieved that.”

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Welcome to our coverage of today's coverage of the Women's World Cup Round 3. First up we have the Test between England the Cook Islands. This match is on 7mate, live.

Here are the final team line ups:

England
1. Jodie Cunningham
2. Tara-Jane Stanley
3. Amy Hardcastle
4. Sarah Dunn
5. Kayleigh Bulman
6. Faye Gaskin
7. Claire Garner
8. Danika Priim
9. Lois Forsell
10. Chantelle Crowl
11. Shona Hoyle
12. Emily Rudge
13. Andrea Dobson

14. Danielle Bound
15. Emma Slowe
16. Beth Sutcliffe
17. Jessica Courtman

Cook Islands
1. Kiana Takairangi
2. Beniamina Koiatu
3. Chantelle Inangaro Schofield
4. Crystal Tamarua
5. Urshla Kere
6. Inangaro Maraeara
7. Lydia Turua-Quedley
8. Toka Natua
9. Katelyn Arona
10. Karol Tanevesi
11. Te Amohaere Ngata-Aerengamate
18. Kaylen Ikitule
13. Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate

12. Jane Kareroa
14. Cecilia Strickland
15. Danielle Apaiana
16. Stephanie Wilson

And we have the Cooks go over first, shocking the England team!

3rd min TRY COOK ISLANDS to winger Beniamina Koiatu, going over in the corner! There's no conversion from the sideline.

Cook Islands 4-0
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30th min TRY COOK ISLANDS to hooker Katelyn Arona, she is just able to swivel and turn and she plants it under the posts. Chantelle Inangaro Schofield converts.

Cook Islands 10-0

The Cook Islands have a population of 17,000 and lead England, population 53 million. The Cooks have had 66 per cent possession. England have completed at 50 per cent.
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34th min TRY COOK ISLANDS to Cecelia Strickland. She just forces her way through the line and scores from close range. Fantastic kick from Chantelle Inangaro Schofield from out wide to convert.

Cook Islands 16-0

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England competed at 44 per cent and had 34 per cent possession in the first half and conceded 7 penalties to 1.
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England kick off to start the second half.
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47th min TRY ENGLAND to Emma Slowe, she just bullocks through the line to score. Much needed try for England... and they look a lot more settled after the break. Converted from close to the posts.

Cook Islands 16-6
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55th min TRY ENGLAND to centre Amy Hardcastle. Nice run from 30 metres out, a bit of a right step and a swerve and the is away! Converted. England are right back in this.

Cook Islands 16-12
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73rd min England attack, and claim a try. But it is clearly no try... and that's what the referee says on field. They're checking the video... it should be knocked dead in goal by the Cooks. No video to overturn the on field decision.

Cook Islands 16-12

Goal line drop out forced on the Cooks! Can they hold on?!
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76th min TRY ENGLAND to winger Kayleigh Bulman in the corner! They're going to video... it is a try alright! It's all tied up! Now a conversion attempt from the sideline... but it is wide!

England 16
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There is no golden point or extra time a draw in the pool stages of the World Cup! Three minutes to go!
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80th min TRY COOK ISLANDS to Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate! INCREDIBLE! They run on the last! They offload, twice, just! and they go over! England, the third ranked country, is defeated by minnows, the Cook Islands! Schofield converts!

Cook Islands 22-16

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Next up the Jillaroos take on the Ravens! It is Australia V Canada! It is live on 7mate.

Here come the teams. And here are the final line ups:

Australia
1. Corban McGregor
2. Karina Brown
18. Zahara Temara
19. Annette Brander
5. Chelsea Baker
6. Ali Brigginshaw
7. Maddie Studdon
8. Ruan Sims
24. Lavina O'Mealey
20. Rebecca Young
21. Vanessa Foliaki
11. Renae Kunst
13. Simiana Taufa-Kautai

9. Brittany Breayley
10. Heather Ballinger
12. Kezie Apps
16. Elianna Walton

Canada
1. Irene Patrinos
2. Kelcey Leavitt
3. Janai Haupapa
4. Maira Acevedo
5. Tiera Reynolds
6. Stevi Schnoor
7. Michelle Helmeczi
8. Kathleen Grudzinski
9. Barbara Waddell
10. Fedelia Omoghan
11. Megan Pakulis
12. Kathleen Keller
17. Elizabeth Steele

13. Mandy Marchak
14. Christina Burnham
15. Wealtha Naglis
16. Natalie King
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Canada kicks off to get us underway!
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2nd min Australia nearly goes over through Lavina O'Mealey... the referee says no try... no vision to overturn it. It was short.
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3rd min TRY AUSTRALIA to Vanessa Foliaki, running wide and running freely! It's all off the back of an early error from Canada. And you just can't afford mistakes against the Jillaroos. Maddie Studdon cannot convert from out wide.

Australia 4-0
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11th min TRY AUSTRAIA to Zahara Temara out wide and the Jillaroos are well in control early in this match. Set up by half back Maddie Studdon... but Studdon cannot convert the try.

Australia 8-0
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15th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Maddie Studdon. Australia 14-0
21st min TRY AUSTRALIA to Chelsea Baker. Conversion Maddie Studdon. Australia 20-0
23rd min TRY AUSTRALIA to Maddie Studdon, her second. Australia 24-0
26th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Zahara Temara. Australia 28-0
30th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Corban McGregor. Converted Maddie Studdon. Australia 34-0
34th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Zahara Temara.

Australia 38
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38th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Ruan Sims. That's nine tries in one half of football. Converted Maddie Studdon from close to the posts.

Australia 44-0

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46th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Elianna Walton. No stopping her! And that's 10 tries for the Jillaroos! Studdon converts. And that's 50 points!

Australia 50-0
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53rd min TRY AUSTRALIA to Vanessa Foliaki, it's all too easy. It's her third for the tournament, and the second for the day. Maddie Studdon misses the conversion.

Australia 54-0
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59th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Elianna Walton. Trying to stop her would be like trying to stop a runaway truck! Talk about leg drive in that try. Maddie Studdon converts from close to the posts.

Australia 60-0
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62nd min TRY AUSTRALIA to Vanessa Foliaki, it's a hat trick, the result of chasing a good kick from Maddie Studdon. No conversion from Studdon.

Australia 64-0
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65th min TRY AUSTRALIA to winger Karina Brown, set up by a great run from Lavina O'Mealey. Canada has not put up their best team for this match... hoping to preserve some players for the finals... but this is comprehensive with a capital C. Converted Baker.

Australia 68-0
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68th min TRY AUSTRALIA to winger Chelsea Baker, it is a hat trick for her as well! The Ravens have nothing left. Studdon converts.

Australia 74-0
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72nd min TRY AUSTRALIA to Karina Brown. That's 16 tries and that's the biggest margin of the tournament so far. No conversion.

Australia 78-0
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76th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Elianna Walton... and that's a hat trick for her as well. Three players with hat tricks! Maddie Studdon converts.

Australia 84-0

It looks like Australia will meet Canada in a semi final... and they have held players back for the semis... but how do they turn this scoreline around?!
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78th min TRY AUSTRALIA to Karina Brown, just accelerates through the line and runs 70 metres to score, what an individual try! Somebody stop them! Chelsea Baker fails to convert.

Australia 88-0

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Australia only missed two tackles in the match. Canada missed 31.
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That was a massacre, Canada didn't want a bar of it

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Next up is a clash between New Zealand and PNG... the Kiwi Ferns V Orchids. You can see this match on 7Live.com.au or the 7Live app from 6:30pm AEDT.

Here are the final team line ups:

New Zealand
1. Raecene McGregor
2. Atawhai Tupaea
3. Maitua Feterika
4. Amber Kani
5. Hilda Peters
6. Georgia Hale
7. Racquel Anderson
8. Aieshaleigh Smalley
9. Krystal Rota
10. Kahurangi Peters
11. Teuila Fotu-Moala
12. Luisa Gago
13. Sharlene Atai

14. Nita Maynard
15. Annetta Nuuausala
16. Bunty Kuruwaka-Crowe
21. Ngatokotoru Arakua

Papua New Guinea
18. Helen Abau
2. Joan Kuman
19. Vanessa Palme
4. Naomi Kaupa
20. Mala Mark
6. Shirley Joe
1. Amelia Kuk
8. Maima Wei
9. Delailah Ahose
10. Brenda Goro
11. Cathy Neap
12. Carol Humeu
17. Janet Michael

13. Della Audama
21. Akosita Baru
22. Vero Waula
24. Gloria Kaupa
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We've had the anthems, we've had the haka, and now New Zealand kick off to start the first half. Orchids with the ball, first set.
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5th min TRY NEW ZEALAND to second rower Luisa Gago, she just runs straight and goes over. The conversion attempt from Racquel Anderson hits the post and bounces away.

New Zealand 4-0
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