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Rugby League 9s World Cup results

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19th October, 2019

Men's final

Team 1 Score Team 2
Australia 24 10 New Zealand

Women's final

Team 1 Score Team 2
Australia 15 17 New Zealand

Men's semi-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
New Zealand 22 6 England
Australia 25 8 Samoa

Round 2

Pool Team 1 Score Team 2
Women New Zealand 14 12 PNG
B France 23 6 Wales
B England 13 16 Lebanon
C Samoa 17 4 Cook Islands
C Tonga 21 17 Fiji
A New Zealand 18 17 PNG
A Australia 41 11 USA
Women Australia 42 4 England

Round 3

Pool Team 1 Score Team 2
B Lebanon 25 13 Wales
B England 38 4 France
C Fiji 10 12 Cook Islands
C Tonga 20 24 Samoa
A New Zealand 46 0 USA
A Australia 26 0 PNG
Women Australia 22 0 PNG
Women New Zealand 33 4 England

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Day 2 of the Rugby League Nines World Cup will see both the men’s and women’s trophies handed out at the end of a hard-fought day of competition in Parramatta. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of each match throughout the day from 11:30am (AEDT).

Day 1 saw all 12 men’s, and four women’s teams in action, with some shock results setting things up for a thrilling second day of action, where each team will play two games throughout the course of the day, before the men play a pair of semi-finals, and both gender have a final.

While Australia look the best team in both tournaments after the opening round of matches, there is still plenty of water to pass under the bridge at Bankwest Stadium before champions can be crowned in each competition.

In the men’s tournament, it was Australia who beat New Zealand in the key match of the day, taking the lead of Pool A in commanding fashion, with David Fifita, Wade Graham and Josh Addo-Carr setting the stage on fire with their respective performances.

The top two teams from the group go through to the semi-finals however, so as long as the Kiwis can get the better of Papua New Guinea, who beat the United States of America, they will still make the final four.

Pool A went more or less as expected, although Lebanon beating France could be classed as a surprise, however, with England hammering Wales, they are going to be incredibly tough to stop if the Cedars are to play knockout rugby league.

While Australia, England and New Zealand all appear set to play semi-finals in the Nines, it’s unclear what might happen with Group B.

Following the Cook Islands stunning upset of Tonga, and Fiji’s loss to Samoa, the group has been tossed on its head, with Tonga, in particular, needing a huge Day 2 if they are to go through.

On the women’s side of the tournament, it’s Australia who hold the inside running, and it would be suggested that they will meet the team they beat yesterday, New Zealand, in this evening’s final.


Great Britain look like they may be able to hold a candle to the Ferns, however, it’ll take a mighty effort from the Lionesses to go close when push comes to shove.

Be sure to join The Roar for live coverage of Day 2 at the Rugby League Nines World Cup from 11:30am (AEDT), and don’t forget to add a comment in the section below.

Tournament information

Start time: 11:30am (AEDT)
Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta
TV: Live, Fox Sports
Online: Live, Kayo Sports, Foxtel App, Foxtel Now

Day 2 schedule

Men’s tournament
11:55am – France vs Wales
12:20pm – England vs Lebanon
12:45pm – Tonga vs Cook Islands
1:10pm – Tonga vs Fiji
1:45pm – New Zealand vs Papua New Guinea
2:10pm – Australia vs USA
3pm – Lebanon vs Wales
3:25pm – England vs France
4pm – Fiji v Cook Islands
4:25pm – Tonga vs Samoa
4:50pm – New Zealand vs USA
5:15pm – Australia vs Papua New Guinea
6:55pm – Semi-final 1
7:20pm – Semi-final 2
9pm – final

Women’s tournament
11:30am – New Zealand vs Papua New Guinea
2:35pm – Australia vs England
5:40pm – Australia vs Papua New Guinea
6:05pm – New Zealand vs England
7:45pm – Final

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