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World Cup Fixtures and Teams

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  1. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Channel 7 to show all games in HD.:exclamation + Sunday afternoon replay of all Oz games:
    Seven will broadcast all RLWC2013 matches - which runs from October 26th- November 30th - live on 7mate as part of an all-encompassing agreement covering broadcast and subscription television rights, IPTV, interconnected TV, catch-up TV, HbbTV, pay per view, video on demand and digital rights, including online and mobile.

    7Mate TV Guide:
    http://au.tv.yahoo.com/tv-guide/channel/387291/

    WCC Home Page:
    http://www.rlwc2013.com/fixtures

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    GROUP A :
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    1.Australia:
    Cameron Smith (c)-Melbourne Storm
    Paul Gallen (v/c)-Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
    Greg Bird-Gold Coast Titans
    Darius Boyd-Newcastle Knights
    Daly Cherry-Evans-Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
    Boyd Cordner-Sydney Roosters
    Cooper Cronk-Melbourne Storm
    Robbie Farah-Wests Tigers
    Andrew Fifita-Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
    Jarryd Hayne-Parramatta Eels
    Greg Inglis-South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Michael Jennings-Sydney Roosters
    Luke Lewis-Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
    Brett Morris-St George Illawarra Dragons
    Josh Morris-Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
    Nate Myles-Gold Coast Titans
    Josh Papalii-Canberra Raiders
    Corey Parker-Brisbane Broncos
    Matthew Scott-North Queensland Cowboys
    Billy Slater-Melbourne Storm
    James Tamou-North Queensland Cowboys
    Brent Tate-North Queensland Cowboys
    Sam Thaiday-Brisbane Broncos
    Johnathan Thurston-North Queensland Cowboys

    Manly backrower Anthony Watmough and Brett and Glenn Stewart were not considered for selection because of injury. They join Brisbane centre Justin Hodges (Achilles) and Newcastle utility Kurt Gidley (ankle), who had already been ruled out.

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    2.England:
    Carl Ablett (Leeds), Tom Briscoe (Hull), George Burgess, Sam Burgess, Tom Burgess (all South Sydney), Rob Burrow (Leeds), Josh Charnley (Wigan), Rangi Chase (Castleford), Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield), Liam Farrell (Wigan), James Graham (Canterbury Bulldogs), Ryan Hall (Leeds), Zak Hardaker (Leeds), Chris Hill (Warrington), Gareth Hock (Widnes), Michael McIlorum (Wigan), Lee Mossop (Wigan), Sean O'Loughlin (Wigan), James Roby (St Helens), Kevin Sinfield (Leeds, capt), Sam Tomkins (Wigan), Kallum Watkins (Leeds), Ben Westwood (Warrington), Gareth Widdop (Melbourne).
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    3.Fiji Squad: (Full of NRL PLayers)
    1 Kevin Naiqama - FB
    2 Sisa Waqa - WG
    3 Wes Naiqama (vc) - CE
    4 Daryl Millard - CE
    5 Akuila Uate - WG
    6 John_Sutton - FE
    7 Aaron Groom - HB
    8 Petero Civoniceva (c) - PR
    9 James Storer - HK
    10 Ashton Sims - PR, SR
    11 Vitale Junior Roqica - SR, CE
    12 Tariq Sims - SR, LF
    13 Jason Bukuya - LK
    14 Korbin Sims - PR, SR, LK
    15 Eloni Vunakece - PR
    16 Apisai Koroisau - HK
    17 Kane Evans - PR
    18 Semi Radradra - WG
    19 Ilisavani Jegesa - CE
    20 Alipate Noilea - FE
    21 Marika Koroibete - WG, FB
    22 Tikiko Noke - SR
    23 Kaliova Nauqe Tani - FE
    24 Peni Botiki - LK
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    4. Ireland:
    Dave Allen, Luke Ambler, Bob Beswick, Damien Blanch, Danny Bridge, Ben Currie, Liam Finn, Simon Finnigan, Scott Grix, Simon Grix, Kurt Haggerty, James Hasson, Rory Kostjasyn, Stuart Littler, Tyrone McCarthy, James Mendeika, Anthony Mullally, Eamon O'Carroll, Apirana Pewhairangi, Pat Richards, Colton Roche, Marc Sneyd, Joshua Toole, Brett White

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    GROUP B :
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    5.New Zealand:
    Jesse Bromwich (Melbourne)
    Greg Eastwood (Canterbury)
    Kieran Foran (Manly)
    Alex Glenn (Brisbane)
    Bryson Goodwin (South Sydney)
    Tohu Harris (Melbourne)
    Josh Hoffman (Brisbane)
    Krisnan Inu (Canterbury)
    Shaun Johnson (Warriors)
    Sam Kasiano (Canterbury)
    Thomas Leuluai (Warriors)
    Kevin Locke (Warriors)
    Issac Luke (South Sydney)
    Simon Mannering (Warriors)
    Ben Matulino (Warriors)
    Sam Moa (Sydney Roosters)
    Jason Nightingale (St George Illawarra)
    Frank-Paul Nu'uausala (Sydney Roosters)
    Frank Pritchard (Canterbury)
    Elijah Taylor (Warriors)
    Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Sydney Roosters)
    Manu Vatuvei (Warriors)
    Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney Roosters)
    Dean Whare (Penrith)
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    6.PNG:
    1 Nene McDonald - FB, CE
    2 Mark Mexico - WG
    3 Jessie Joe Parker - CE
    4 Menzie Yere - CE
    5 David Mead - WG
    6 Dion Aiye - SO
    7 Ray Thompson - SH
    8 James Segeyaro - PR
    9 Paul Aiton (c) - HK
    10 Jason Chan - PR
    11 Neville Costigan - SR
    17 Enoch Maki - SR
    13 Larsen Marabe - LF, SR
    14 Charlie Wabo - HK
    15 Israel Eliab - PR
    16 Sebastian Pandia - SR, LF
    17 Wellington Albert - LF
    18 Richard Kambo - SO
    19 Jason Tali - SR
    20 Josiah Abavu - HK
    21 Roger Laka - SO
    22 Francis Paniu - CE
    23 Ase Boas - PR
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    7.France:
    Jean-Philippe Baile, William Barthau, Thomas Bosc, Damien Cardace, Remi Casty, Vincent Duport, Olivier Elima, Morgan Escare, Jamal Fakir, Benjamin Garcia, Kevin Larroyer, Antoni Maria, Gregory Mounis, Eloi Pelissier, Mickael Simon, Frederic Vaccari, Andrew Bentley, Kane Bentley, Younes Khattabi, Cyril Stacul, Sebastien Raguin, Tony Gigot, Clint Greenshields, Theo Fages
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    8.Samoa:
    Anthony Milford - Canberra Raiders
    Antonio Winterstein - North Queensland Cowboys
    Leeson Ah Mau - St George Dragons
    Joseph Leilua - Newcastle Knights
    Daniel Vidot - St George Dragons
    Ben Roberts - Parramatta Eels
    Reni Maitua - Parramatta Eels
    Mark Taufua - Cronulla Sharks
    Masada Iosefa - West Tigers
    David Faalogo - Newcastle Knights
    Sauaso Sue - West Tigers
    Suaia Matagi - NZ Warriors
    Pita Godinet - NZ Warriors
    Mose Masoe - Penrith Panthers
    Tim Lafai - Canterbury Bulldogs
    Penani Manumalealii - Cronulla Sharks
    Junior Moors - Melbourne Storm
    Teofilo Lepou - Marist Saints - Samoa
    Faleniu Iosi - Letava Bulldogs - Samoa
    Ionatana Tino - Apia Barracudas - Samoa
    Arden McCarthy - Pt Chevalier Pirates - NZ
    Edward Purcell - Mt Albert Lions - NZ
    Harrison Hansen - Wigan Warriors - UK
    Iosia Soliola - St Helens Saints - UK
    Frank Winterstein - Widnes Vikings - UK
    Junior Sau - Melbourne Storm


    Steve Matai - Technical Advisor - Manly Sea Eagles (TBC):angel:

    Ponifasio Vasa - Asst Coach - Samoa
    Sean Long - Asst Coach UK - Wigan Warriors
    Scott Campbell - Condition Coach - St George Dragons
    Klinton Hoare - Trainer High Performance - NRL
    Eddie Farah - Physiotherapist - South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Tuimatafele Fritz Tuiavii - General Manager - Samoa
    Patele Fereti Tautunu - Chaplain - Samoa
    Anna Barwell - Media Rugby League Samoa - NSW
    Dave Humphrey - Doctor - UK
    Alan Clarke - Team Kitman - St Helens
    Andy Lee - Liaison Officer - UK

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    GROUP C :
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    9.Tonga:
    Cronulla Sharks: Sosaia Feki, Nesiasi Mataitonga, Pat Politoni
    Manly Sea Eagles: Brent Kite (C), Jorge Taufua
    Melbourne Storm: Mahe Fonua, Siosaia Vave
    Newcastle Knights: Siuatonga Likiliki
    North Queensland Cowboys: Jason Taumalolo
    Parramatta Eels: Fuifui Moimoi, Peni Terepo,
    Penrith Panthers: Sika Manu, Daniel Foster,
    Sydney Roosters: Samisoni Langi, Nafe Seluini, Daniel Tupou
    NZ Warriors: Glen Fisi’iahi, Siliva Havili, Konrad Hurrell,
    Wests Tigers: Ben Murdoch-Masila
    Huddersfield giants: Ukuma Ta’ai
    Hull Kingston Rovers: Mickey Paea
    St. Helens: Willie Manu

    I thought that Kitey needed surgery on his biceps and wrist :huh:
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    10.Scotland:
    Gareth Moore (Batley Bulldogs), Danny Addy (Bradford Bulls), Peter Wallace (Brisbane Broncos), Jonathan Walker (Castleford Tigers), Ian Henderson (Catalan Dragons), Ben Hellewell (Featherstone Rovers), David Scott (Featherstone Rovers), Luke Douglas (Gold Coast Titans), Matthew Russell (Gold Coast Titans), Sam Barlow (Halifax), Dale Ferguson (Huddersfield Giants), Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants), Adam Walker (Hull Kingston Rovers), Ben Fisher (London Broncos), Alex Hurst (London Broncos), Kane Linnett (North Queensland Cowboys), Andrew Henderson (Sheffield Eagles), Mitch Stringer (Sheffield Eagles), Alex Szostak (Sheffield Eagles), Oliver Wilkes (Wakefield Wildcats), Ben Kavanagh (Widnes Vikings), Brett Carter (Workington Town), Brett Phillips (Workington Town).
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    11.Italy:
    1. Christophe Calegari : Lezignan Corbieres,
    2. Terry Campese: Canberra Raiders.
    3. Gioele Celerino : North west roosters.
    4. Chris Centrone : North Sydney Bears
    5. Fabrizio Ciaurro : Tirreno sharks.
    6. Cameron Ciraldo: (World Cup vice-captain) Penrith Panthers
    7. Ben Falcone: South Logan Magpies.
    8. Sam Gardel : South Logan Magpies.
    9. Aidan Guerra: Sydney Roosters.
    10. Ryan Ghetti : Northern Pride.
    11. Craig Gower: Newcastle Knights
    12. Gavin Hiscox: Central Capras
    13. Anthony laffranchi : St Helens.
    14. Vic Mauro : Salford Reds¦Manly Sea Eagles
    15. Anthony Minichiello: ( World Cup captain ) : Sydney Roosters.
    16. Mark Minichiello: Gold Coast Titans.
    17. Joshua Mantellato : Newcastle knights.
    18. Dean Parata : Parramatta EELS.
    19. Joel Riethmuller : North Queensland cowboys.
    20. Brendon Santi: West tigers.
    21. Jason Staltonstall: Warrington wolves
    22. James Tedesco: West Tigers.
    23. Ryan Tramonte: Windsor wolves.
    24. Paul Vaughan: Canberra Raiders.

    Shadow Players
    25. Remi Fontana Carpentras
    26. Jonathon Marcinczak Racing Club Albi
    27. Tim McCann Tweed heads.
    28. Ben Mussolino Manly sea eagles
    29. Nathan Milone West tigers
    30. Dominic Nasso Manly sea eagles
    31. Ray Nasso Avignon XIII
    32. Cedric Prizzon Villefrache en Rouergue.
    33. Ben Stewart Windsor wolves
    34. Dennis Tomarchio Canberra Raiders..
    35. Luke Vescio Parramatta eels

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    GROUP D :
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    12.USA:
    Mark Cantoni (Dalby), Andrew Durutalo (USA Eagles), Bureta Faraimo (Mackay Cutters), Gabriel Farley (Southampton Dragons), Kristian Freed (Connecticut Wildcats), Mike Garvey (Ipswich Jets), Roman Hifo (Mangere East Hawks, New Zealand), Danny Howard (Wentworthville), Stephen Howard (Tuggeranong Vikings), Luke Hume (New York Knights), Judah Lavulo (Cabramatta), Joel Luani (Wests Tigers), David Marando (Belrose), Ryan McGoldrick (Salford), Clint Newton (Penrith), Mark Offerdahl (Connecticut Wildcats), Joseph Paulo (Parramatta, capt), Junior Paulo (Parramatta), Craig Priestly (Southampton Dragons), Matt Petersen (Cudgen Hornets), Tui Samoa (Redcliffe Dolphins), Matt Shipway (Newcastle), Les Soloai, Lelauloto Tagaloa (Hawaii Chiefs).
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    13.Wales:
    Neil Budworth (Moranbah Miners, Australia), Ross Divorty (Halifax), Gil Dudson, Ben Flower, Rhodri Lloyd (all Wigan), Jake Emmitt, Jordan James (both Salford), Ben Evans, Elliot Kear (both Bradford), Rhys Evans, Rhys Williams (both Warrington), Dan Fleming (Castleford), James Geurtjens (Norths Devils, Australia), Danny Jones (Keighley), Craig Kopczak, Larne Patrick (both Huddersfield), Peter Lupton (Workington), Rob Massam, Christiaan Roets (both North Wales), Matt Seamark (Wynnum Manly Seagulls, Australia), Anthony Walker (St Helens), Ian Webster (Central Queensland Capras, Australia), Lloyd White (Widnes).
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    14.Cook Islands:
    Tinirau Arona, Sam Brunton, Geoff Daniela, Daniel Fepuleai, Jonathon Ford, Anthony Gelling, Isaac John, Drury Low, Keith Lulia, Lulia Lulia, Hikule'o Malu, Sam Mataora, Joey Matapuku, Dylan Napa, Dominque Peyroux, Jordan Rapana, Tupou Sopoaga, Zeb Taia, Brad Takairangi, Adam Tangata, Chris Taripo, Zane Tetavano, Tyrone Viiga
     
  2. ManlyArmy

    ManlyArmy Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I wonder if Matai will be picked for Samoa when they release their team.
     
  3. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Let's see if the referees can slaughter this competition as well.
     
  4. Terry Zarsoff

    Terry Zarsoff Well-Known Member

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    I thought Stevie was the Samoa team.
     
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  5. dowdz

    dowdz Well-Known Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    BREAKING: Sonny Bill Williams has had a change of heart and will make himself available for New Zealand at the Rugby League World Cup.

    http://wwos.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8735761
     
  6. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    **** him

    If they punt someone named to accommodate him I won't be watching
     
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  7. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    He must have done a deal with someone to get in before going to Japan
     
  8. chris_niko

    chris_niko Active Member

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    Blast from the past fiji number 7 Aaron groom was suppose to be a gun a long time ago anyone know where hes playing these days?
     
  9. dowdz

    dowdz Well-Known Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    That would be a terrible thing to do. He said he wasn't going to play, so go back to Union already.
     
  10. chris_niko

    chris_niko Active Member

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    Also good on channel 7 for showing those 9 idiots how to broadcast 21st century tv
     
  11. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    To change your mind within 24 hours is a joke, maybe Bruvva Mundine wasn't available last night so without his hand up SBWs arse the wrong call was made

    I'm expecting a mystery injury to suddenly appear in the squad named
     
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  12. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Lets hope that someone takes that pretentious git out for good:idea:
    I can't understand the hype, and his "Allah Waqba " after the GF was the final straw :mad:
    He sounds as dumb as he looks, so maybe thats why Sports Journos seek him out :cool:

    Bob Mcarthy was right, SBW was not sighted till the Manly forwards ran out of juice.
     
  13. HoldenV8

    HoldenV8 Well-Known Member

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    Correct. It was only when we had our bench forwards out there in the last 20 that he did anything meaningful in the GF. Personally I think those whinging about him not winning are Chooks fans and those who had money on him to win the Churchill Medal.

    As to the WC, I hope Kearney doesn't pick him. He says he doesn't want to play, then backflips right on selection time.

    And I can't understand how out of form players (or those who haven't played for a month) like James Tamou or Sam Thaiday get picked over in form players like Brenton Lawrence for the Kangaroos. I know those two have been there before, but shouldn't form count for more than past reputation?
     
  14. master blaster

    master blaster Well-Known Member

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    No,he just realised ,there is still more to pilfer from Rugby league before he returns to Union,yes he is a good talent,but until everyone starts to realise he is playing them,cause he know,s they all want him to stay in the NRL and they will do almost anything to keep him here,hey who know,s they might exempt him from the salary cap altogether just to keep him here at the roosters,then he will keep playing them for all he can get
     
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  15. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    He'll be thinking I can do this :

    Win a world cup with the kiwis and waltz straight back into union.

    Unfortunately(or is that fortunately) RLIF rules state that a player has to commit to a Rugby League club. So the other sitting nations will block this move by the Kiwis.

    The other interesting thing is this Campese has been forced by Canberra to sit out from the Italian Squad. Was given clearance prior to Stuart getting there, now not. The irony of it is if he's found right to take part in the World Cup the Raiders he'll be suspended (club : Country thing happens in other sport)
     
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  16. The Who

    The Who Well-Known Member

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    Tonga seems strong. I'm sure they will cause some upsets.
     
  17. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I think Samoa will reach the top 4! Pretty sure they have a good draw.
     
  18. hairylittlehobbit

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    I heard North Sydney Reggies/Asquith A grade
     
  19. Rodo

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    It looks as though SBW thinks he's bigger than the game. The RLIF will probably just change the rules so that SBW can play in the World Cup without having a rugby league club.
     
  20. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    If he is signed by Easts to qualify for the WC, the Salary Cap Auditor needs to be on the ball.

    Maybe, this narcissistic final act will be the downfall that the Dogs Fans have cursed him with :cool:

    Tohu Harris has been punted - unbelievable that a career RL Player is denied rep honiurs to bend over for this self serving blow in:mad: Shame on IRL for allowing it.
     

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