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Dr Chop

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Taumalolo’s Tonga top of the RLWC pool match highlights

Taumalolo's Tonga top of the RLWC pool match highlights

4 days ago

The equation for the World Cup quarter-finals is simple, and makes for rugby league at its finest: the winner goes on, and the loser leaves the country.

New Zealand vs Tonga match preview: Pool B supremacy at stake

New Zealand vs Tonga match preview: Pool B supremacy at stake

9 Nov 2017

With the quarter-finals in our sights, it’s easy to forget that we still have another week of pool games on our hands. Regardless, the finals make-up is becoming clearer.

Samoa vs Tonga match preview: Battle of the big fellas

Samoa vs Tonga match preview: Battle of the big fellas

2 Nov 2017

As we enter Week 2 of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, one game in particular jumps out at me as the obvious gem among this week’s contests.

Rugby League World Cup: The race for second place

Rugby League World Cup: The race for second place

25 Oct 2017

As I write this, the fat lady is on stage, microphone in hand, waiting to belt out an absolutely stirring rendition of ‘Waltzing Matilda’ to images of Cameron Smith holding aloft the World Cup trophy in the middle of Suncorp Stadium. So there’s no point watching it, right?

The Kangaroos winning the RLWC is a foregone conclusion

The Kangaroos winning the RLWC is a foregone conclusion

17 Oct 2017

I must preface this piece by saying that I for one am extremely excited for the upcoming Rugby League World Cup.

NSW’s halves conundrum: When the best isn’t good enough

NSW's halves conundrum: When the best isn't good enough

14 Jul 2017

Yet another Origin series has ended grimly in defeat for NSW, and yet another case of Mitchell Pearce being hung out to dry. Yet, for a change, I’m not so sure that I’m in the Pearce-hating camp.