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The Kangaroos have dominated international Rugby League since their inception in 1908. Australia have won nine out of the thirteen World Cup tournaments played so far and are consistently ranked first in the RLIF world rankings. Boosting some of the game’s finest players, many favoured the Kangaroos to win their tenth World Cup at home in 2008 in a canter. Australia however were upstaged by the Kiwis in front of over 50,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium in the final, to partially end their international dominance.

The Kangaroos avenged their 2008 World Cup loss ate the 2013 Rugby League World Cup in England and Wales. They were simply too good throughout the tournament, thrashing the defending champions New Zealand 34-2 in the final.

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Kangaroos Articles

Youth will lift for Roos: Sheens

by , 19 Oct 2014 Video

In the past, Tim Sheens admits the Kangaroos would have reached for the panic button. However, the Australian rugby league coach is convinced the current generation of players are tailor made to step up in the upcoming Four Nations tournament with the depleted Kangaroos’ record winning streak on the line. And you wouldn’t believe his […]

Life after Hayne starts for Kangaroos

by , 18 Oct 2014

Life after Jarryd Hayne officially began on Friday when the Kangaroos assembled in Brisbane for their Four Nations campaign – with captain Cameron Smith seemingly still getting his head around it. While Australian coach Tim Sheens claimed Hayne’s sensational decision to try his hand at NFL had reinvigorated his squad, Smith was left wondering what […]

Not quite changing of Roos guard: Sheens

by , 15 Oct 2014

Despite the unprecedented influx of rookies into the Australian squad for the Four Nations tournament, Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens isn’t quite ready to usher in generation next. But the veteran mentor knows it is coming. At the announcement of the 24-man squad for the four-week tournament, NRL Commission chairman John Grant said it couldn’t be […]

Utility role pays off for Broncos’ Hunt

by , 15 Oct 2014

The role Ben Hunt once dreaded at the Broncos again awaits the star Brisbane halfback – but this time he has no complaints. Hunt admitted years of reluctantly playing back-up hooker for Brisbane helped him seal selection as one of 10 rookies in Australia’s 24-man Four Nations squad on Tuesday. Hunt treaded water as Brisbane’s […]

Kangaroos squad for Four Nations announced: Ten to debut for Australia

Kangaroos squad for Four Nations announced: Ten to debut for Australia

by , 14 Oct 2014

The Australian Kangaroos squad for the Four Nations has been announced on Tuesday afternoon, with 10 players selected to make their Test debuts in the tournament, which beings on October 25. Injury and withdrawals have decimated the options available to Tim Sheens, with key players like Johnathan Thurston, Paul Gallen and stalwart Luke Lewis all […]

Sheens: We must look to the new generation

by , 14 Oct 2014

Australia’s next superstar could rise out of the Kangaroos’ injury-hit Four Nations squad, says coach Tim Sheens as he prepares to usher in a new era of internationals. With nine Test incumbents unavailable and a slew of other stars injured, as many as six rookies could make their Australian debuts in the Kangaroos’ opening match […]

MASCORD: A weak Australia makes for a stronger Four Nations

MASCORD: A weak Australia makes for a stronger Four Nations

by , 13 Oct 2014

Great Britain or England have not beaten Australia in a rugby league Test series since the year before South Sydney’s 1971 premiership. The green and golds – they were only “Kangaroos” when they toured Europe back then – won the first Test 37- 15 at Lang Park before being defeated 28-7 and 21-17 at the […]

Thurston injury draws focus on NRL burnout

by , 9 Oct 2014

Johnathan Thurston’s withdrawal from the Kangaroos’ squad for the Four Nations campaign has again turned the focus squarely onto the issue of NRL player burnout. The North Queensland playmaker has withdrawn from coach Tim Sheens’ squad, to be announced on Tuesday, due to a shoulder complaint. But it is an injury that does not require […]

Blood some youngsters for the Four Nations opener

Blood some youngsters for the Four Nations opener

by , 8 Oct 2014

South Sydney’s amazing 30-6 victory over a valiant but out-matched Bulldogs side brought to an end a brilliant 2014 football season, and unfortunately the off-season is upon us. Luckily for fans of the game, the Four Nations kicks off soon and will at least shorten the length of the off-season, which isn’t really that long […]

Matt Moylan earns Kangaroos squad call-up

Matt Moylan earns Kangaroos squad call-up

by , 29 Sep 2014

Matt Moylan’s fantastic season for Penrith has been rewarded with selection in the train-on squad for the Kangaroos Four Nations campaign and the Prime Minister’s XIII match against Papua New Guinea. Fullback Moylan was a key figure in the Panthers’ surprise surge to the preliminary final and he has been long earmarked as a representative […]

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