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We Did It In The First Half Says Coach Mal Meninga

“Just the mark of a great footy team, committed to each other, and really happy for the boys. James Tedesco was our everywhere man, he led the side really well through the week.”
21 Nov 2022 16:18
We Did It In The First Half Says Coach Mal Meninga
Australia’s (left-right) Josh Addo Carr and Latrell Mitchell celebrate their Rugby League World Cup’s 30-10 win over Toa Samoa in the final in England on November 19, 2022. Photo:

Toa Samoa scored two tries in the Rugby League World Cup final in Manchester yesterday morning, but were unable to stop a dominant Australian side from winning the title.

After leading 14-0 at half-time, Australia went on to win 30-10.

Samoa were the first Pacific Island team to reach the final in the tournament’s history, but after a solid start they were no match for Australia, as the holders ran in six tries on their way to yet another World Cup crown.


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