Tag: Cook Islands

USA Tomahawks Ignore Homegrown Rugby Talent?

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RWU reader and fellow Rain Man Ryan Day has finally taken us up on an offer to guest author. Here goes: INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Rugby League World Cup just finished in England and while League is not as popular as Union on a worldwide basis, it does have its heartlands in Australia, New Zealand, […]

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Rugby League World Cup 2013: Final Eight Take Shape

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LONDON, ENGLAND – The last round of the Rugby League World Cup saw few shocks, although the Cook Islands demolition of a poor Wales team and Tonga’s rough housing of Italy could be classified as minor one. Scotland vs U.S.A: Unfortunately the Tomahawks incredible winning streak came to a close after being on the wrong end […]

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Rugby League World Cup: Tier 1 Nations Run Riot, Tier 2 Nations Excite

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Wrexham, England: After an impressive opening week to the 2013 edition of the Rugby League World Cup, Week 2 promised to be equally as exciting, with the Tier 2 nations providing fireworks and reminding everyone how important it is to grow rugby league in the far flung regions of the planet. New Zealand vs France: […]

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Rugby League World Cup Round 1 Review

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London, England–  The Rugby League World Cup started with a bang. Of the seven matches, not a single one was lop sided! So far we’ve seen one of the teams to reach the final most likely decided, one upset and not a single bad game!  If you haven’t watched the games you are really missing […]

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Weekend Wrap: Lions over the Wallabies, Deans Out, Super 15 and Oceania RWC Qualifying

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NEW YORK, NY – The emphatic 3rd test victory by the British and Irish Lions over the Wallabies of Australia dominates the rugby headlines all over the world. There was however other action in the rugby world, including Super 15 regular season battles for playoff places and Rugby World Cup Qualifying in the Oceanic confederation. […]

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