2008 Rugby League World Cup squads

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2008 (2008) World Cup  ()
Number of teams 10
Host country  Australia
Winner  New Zealand (1st title)

Matches played 18
Attendance 293,965 (16,331 per match)
Points scored 890 (49.44 per match)
Top scorer Australia Johnathan Thurston[1] (50)
Top try scorer Australia Billy Slater[2] (7)
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2013

The 2008 Rugby League World Cup featured the national teams (selected from twenty-four-man squads) of ten nations: Australia, England, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, France, Scotland, Ireland, Samoa, and Tonga.[3][4]

Pool A[edit]

Australian colours.svg Australia[edit]

Head Coach: Ricky Stuart Australia
Assistant coaches: John Cartwright and Allan Langer[5]

Player Games Points Position Club
Darren Lockyer (capt) 4 8 FE Australia Brisbane Broncos
Darius Boyd 1 0 WG Australia Brisbane Broncos
Terry Campese 1 0 FE Australia Canberra Raiders
Petero Civoniceva 4 0 PR Australia Penrith Panthers
Craig Fitzgibbon 3 0 SR Australia Sydney Roosters
Israel Folau 5 8 CE Australia Melbourne Storm
Paul Gallen 5 4 SR Australia Cronulla Sharks
Kurt Gidley 1 0 UB Australia Newcastle Knights
Karmichael Hunt 4 4 FB Australia Brisbane Broncos
Greg Inglis 4 24 UB Australia Melbourne Storm
Brent Kite 5 0 PR Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Anthony Laffranchi 4 8 SR Australia Gold Coast Titans
Joel Monaghan 5 16 CE Australia Canberra Raiders
Josh Perry 3 0 PR Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Steve Price 4 0 PR New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Scott Prince 2 24 HB Australia Gold Coast Titans
Billy Slater 4 28 FB Australia Melbourne Storm
Cameron Smith 5 2 HK Australia Melbourne Storm
Glenn Stewart 4 0 SR Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Brent Tate 4 8 CE New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Johnathan Thurston 4 50 HB Australia North Queensland Cowboys
Anthony Tupou 5 4 SR Australia Sydney Roosters
Anthony Watmough 2 0 SR Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
David Williams 2 16 WG Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Australia national rugby league team (26 October 2008).jpg

England colours.svg England[edit]

Head Coach: Tony Smith Australia/England
Asst. coach: Steve McNamara

Player Games Points Position Club
Jamie Peacock (capt) 4 4 PR England Leeds Rhinos
Rob Burrow 4 22 SH England Leeds Rhinos
Mark Calderwood 3 0 WG England Wigan Warriors
Gareth Ellis 4 0 SR England Leeds Rhinos
Maurie Fa'asavalu 2 0 PR England St Helens
Ade Gardner 3 8 WG England St Helens
Martin Gleeson 4 12 CE England Warrington Wolves
James Graham 3 0 PR England St Helens
Mickey Higham 2 4 HK England Warrington Wolves
Gareth Hock 4 0 SR England Wigan Warriors
Jamie Jones-Buchanan 1 0 SR England Leeds Rhinos
Jamie Langley 1 0 LF England Bradford Bulls
Danny McGuire 3 8 PR England Leeds Rhinos
Adrian Morley 4 0 PR England Warrington Wolves
Leon Pryce 3 0 SO England St Helens
Rob Purdham 2 0 LF England Harlequins RL
James Roby 3 4 HK England St Helens
Keith Senior 4 0 CE England Leeds Rhinos
Kevin Sinfield 3 8 LK England Leeds Rhinos
Lee Smith 2 12 WG England Leeds Rhinos
Paul Sykes 1 0 CE England Bradford Bulls
Paul Wellens 4 0 FB England St Helens
Ben Westwood 1 0 SR England Warrington Wolves
Jon Wilkin 3 0 SR England St Helens

New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand[edit]

Head coach: Stephen Kearney New Zealand
Asst. coach: Wayne Bennett Australia

Player Games Points Position Club
Nathan Cayless (capt) 4 0 PR Australia Parramatta Eels
Adam Blair 5 8 PR Australia Melbourne Storm
Greg Eastwood 5 4 LK Australia Brisbane Broncos
David Fa'alogo 4 4 SR Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Nathan Fien 5 4 UH New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Dene Halatau 1 0 HK Australia Wests Tigers
Bronson Harrison 3 4 SR Australia Wests Tigers
Lance Hohaia 5 16 UH New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Krisnan Inu 1 12 UB Australia Parramatta Eels
David Kidwell 1 0 SR Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Thomas Leuluai 5 0 HB England Wigan Warriors
Issac Luke 4 16 HK Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Simon Mannering 5 8 SR New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Sika Manu 4 4 PR Australia Melbourne Storm
Benji Marshall 5 14 FE Australia Wests Tigers
Steve Matai 2 2 CE Australia Manly Sea Eagles
Jason Nightingale 1 4 WG Australia St. George Illawarra Dragons
Sam Perrett 4 12 UB Australia Sydney Roosters
Sam Rapira 4 0 PR New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Jerome Ropati 5 16 CE New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Setaimata Sa 1 0 CE Australia Sydney Roosters
Jeremy Smith 5 12 SR Australia Melbourne Storm
Evarn Tuimavave 1 0 PR New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Manu Vatuvei 5 16 WG New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
  • Brent Webb and Jeff Lima were originally named but withdrew due to injury on 7 October. Evarn Tuimavave and Jason Nightingale were their replacements[8]
  • Iosia Soliola was originally named but withdrew due to injury on 21 October. He was replaced by Bronson Harrison.[9]
New Zealand national rugby league team (26 October 2008).jpg

Papua New Guinea colours.svg Papua New Guinea[edit]

Head Coach: Adrian Lam Papua New Guinea[10][11]

Player Games Points Position Club
John Wilshire (capt) 3 10 UB England Salford City Reds
David Moore 3 0 WG Australia Gold Coast Titans
George Keppa 2 8 WG Australia Norths Devils
Stanley Gene 3 0 LK England Hull Kingston Rovers
Keith Peters 3 0 HB Australia Penrith Panthers
Charlie Wabo 2 0 PR Papua New Guinea Mabey & Johnson Muruks
Rodney Pora 1 0 PR Papua New Guinea Mabey & Johnson Muruks
George Moni 2 0 SR Papua New Guinea Mabey & Johnson Muruks
Nickson Kolo 1 0 CE Papua New Guinea Masta Mark City Rangers
Paul Aiton 3 4 HK Australia Penrith Panthers
Jessie Joe Parker 3 0 FE Papua New Guinea Masta Mark City Rangers
Makali Aizue 2 0 PR England Hull Kingston Rovers
Trevor Exton 3 0 SR Australia Ipswich Jets
Neville Costigan 3 0 SR Australia Canberra Raiders
James Nightingale 3 0 LK Australia Penrith Panthers
Rod Griffin 3 4 LK Australia Northern Pride
Larsen Marabe 0 0 FB Papua New Guinea Agmark Gurias
Kevin Prior 1 0 CE Australia Wentworthville Magpies
Jay Aston 1 0 SR Australia Melbourne Storm
Tu'u Maori 3 0 WG Australia Sydney Roosters
Menzie Yere 1 4 FE Papua New Guinea Agmark Gurias
Jason Chan 3 4 CE Australia Windsor Wolves
Nico Slain 1 0 HK Papua New Guinea Bintangor Lahanis
Anton Kui 1 0 HB Papua New Guinea Bingtangor Lahanis

Pool B[edit]

Fijibaticolours.PNG Fiji[edit]

Head Coach: Joe Dakuitoga Fiji

Player Games Points Position Club
Wes Naiqama (capt) 4 32 WG Australia Newcastle Knights
Nick Bradley-Qalilawa 4 0 WG Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Jayson Bukuya 4 8 CE Australia Cronulla Sharks
Iowane Divavesi 2 4 PR Australia Terrigal Sharks
Aaron Groom 4 0 HB Australia Bulldogs
Jarryd Hayne 4 12 FB/WG/FE Australia Parramatta Eels
Sevania Koroi 4 0 CE/LK Australia Western Suburbs Magpies
Josua Koroibulu 0 0 Australia Milton Ulladulla Bulldogs
Jone Macilai 1 0 CE/FB/WG Australia Fassifern RLFC
Daryl Millard 3 0 CE Australia Bulldogs
Vula Louis Dakuitoga Naqau 0 0 Australia Terrigal Sharks
Kaliova Nauqe 2 0 Australia Fassifern RLFC
Alipate Noilea 3 0 FE Australia Parkes Spacemen
Josateki Ravueta Australia Sawtell Panthers
Osea Sadrau 4 0 PR Australia Fassifern RLFC
Ashton Sims 4 0 PR Australia Brisbane Broncos
James Storer 3 0 Australia Cronulla Sharks
Nemani Suguturaga 0 0 Fiji Nabua Broncos
Waisale Sukanaveita 4 0 HK Australia Terrigal Sharks
Semi Tadulala 4 8 WG England Bradford Bulls
Semisi Tora 4 4 LK Australia Parkes Spacemen
Malakai Yalimaiwai Tuiloa Australia Milton Ulladulla Bulldogs
Akuila Uate 4 20 WG Australia Newcastle Knights
Illisoni Vonomateiratu 4 0 PR Fiji Lautoka Crushers
Jone Wesele 2 0 Australia Darlington Point

France colours.svg France[edit]

Head Coach: John Monie Australia

Player Games Points Position Club
Jérôme Guisset (capt) 3 12 PR France Catalans Dragons
Éric Anselme 2 0 CE England Leeds Rhinos
Jean-Philippe Baile 1 0 CE France Catalans Dragons
Jean-Christophe Borlin 1 0 FR France Saint-Gaudens Bears
Thomas Bosc 3 16 FE France Catalans Dragons
Laurent Carrasco 2 0 LK France Toulouse Olympique
Rémi Casty 2 0 PR France Catalans Dragons
Olivier Elima 3 0 SR France Catalans Dragons
Jamal Fakir 3 0 SR France Catalans Dragons
Adel Fellous 2 0 PR England Widnes Vikings
Maxime Grésèque 2 0 HB England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Mathieu Griffi 1 0 FR France Catalans Dragons
Christophe Moly 3 4 UH/UB France AS Carcassonne
Grégory Mounis 3 0 LK France Catalans Dragons
Justin Murphy 2 0 WG France Catalans Dragons
Dimitri Pelo 2 0 WG France Catalans Dragons
Sébastien Planas 1 4 WG France Toulouse Olympique
Sébastien Raguin 3 4 SR France Catalans Dragons
Julien Rinaldi 1 0 HB England Harlequins Rugby League
Teddy Sadaoui 3 0 CE France AS Carcassonne
Jared Taylor 3 4 FB France Lézignan Sangliers
John Wilson 3 8 CE France Catalans Dragons
James Wynne 2 0 HB France Toulouse Olympique

Scotland colours.svg Scotland[edit]

Except for Edinburgh Eagles stand-off Paddy Couper, all of the Scottish team's players were selected under the grandparent rule.[12]

Head Coach: Steve McCormack Scotland

Player Games Points Position Club
Danny Brough (capt) 2 12 HB England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Chris Armit 3 0 PR Australia Bulldogs
Dean Colton 1 4 WG England Doncaster
Paddy Coupar[13] 1 0 HB/CE Scotland Edinburgh Eagles
Gavin Cowan 2 0 CE Australia Easts Tigers
John Duffy 3 0 HB England Widnes Vikings
Ben Fisher 2 0 HK England Hull Kingston Rovers
Andrew Henderson 3 0 HK England Castleford Tigers
Ian Henderson 3 0 HK New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Kevin Henderson 3 0 CE England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Jack Howieson 1 0 PR England Sheffield Eagles
Paul Jackson 2 0 PR England Huddersfield Giants
Wade Liddell 2 0 FB Australia Easts Tigers
Scott Logan 3 0 PR Australia Canberra Raiders
Neil Lowe 1 0 SR England Keighley Cougars
Dave McConnell 1 0 HK England Leigh Centurions
Duncan MacGillivray 2 0 SR England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Iain Morrison 3 0 SR England Widnes Vikings
Gareth Morton 1 0 CE England Oldham Roughyeds
Mick Nanyn 3 0 CE England Oldham Roughyeds
Lee Paterson 1 0 FE England Widnes Vikings
Michael Robertson 3 4 WG Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Jon Steel 2 8 WG England Hull Kingston Rovers
Oliver Wilkes 3 8 PR England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Pool C[edit]

Ireland colours.svg Ireland[edit]

Head Coach: Andy Kelly Ireland

Player Games Points Position Club
Scott Grix (capt) 3 4 FB England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Ross Barbour 0 0 CE Ireland Carlow Crusaders
Bob Beswick 3 0 LK England Halifax RLFC
Damien Blanch 3 20 WG England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Mick Cassidy 1 0 SR England Barrow Raiders
Ged Corcoran 1 0 PR England Sheffield Eagles
Lee Doran 3 0 SR England Widnes Vikings
Liam Finn 3 4 HB England Dewsbury Rams
Simon Finnigan 3 4 SR England Huddersfield Giants
Karl Fitzpatrick 3 0 FB England Salford City Reds
Stevie Gibbons 0 0 WG England London Skolars
Sean Gleeson 3 4 CE England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Brendan Guilfoyle 0 0 PR Ireland Treaty City Titans
Gareth Haggerty 3 0 PR England Harlequins RL
Ben Harrison 3 0 PR England Warrington Wolves
Graham Holroyd 0 0 FE England Halifax RLFC
Wayne Kerr 1 0 PR England London Skolars
Stuart Littler 3 0 CE England Salford City Reds
Michael McIllorum 3 0 HK England Wigan Warriors
Shayne McMenemy 0 0 SR Australia WA Reds
Eamon O'Carroll 3 0 PR England Wigan Warriors
Michael Platt 3 4 FB England Bradford Bulls
Pat Richards 3 28 WG England Wigan Warriors
Ryan Tandy 3 0 PR Australia Wests Tigers
  • Brett White was originally named but withdrew due to injury on 9 October. He was replaced by Brendan Guilfoyle.[14]
  • Shannon McDonnell has also withdrawn due to injury. He was replaced by Shayne McMenemy.[15][16]

Samoa colours.svg Samoa[edit]

Head Coach: John Ackland New Zealand

Player Games Points Position Club
Nigel Vagana (capt) 2 8 CE Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
George Carmont 3 8 WG/CE England Wigan Warriors
David Faiumu 0 0 HK Australia North Queensland Cowboys
Harrison Hansen 3 0 SR England Wigan Warriors
Ali Lauitiiti 3 0 SR England Leeds Rhinos
Tuaalagi Lepupa 0 0 Samoa Marist Saints
Kylie Leuluai 2 0 PR England Leeds Rhinos
Wayne McDade 2 0 PR New Zealand Auckland Vulcans
Francis Meli 3 8 WG England St Helens RLFC
Joseph Paulo 3 4 SR/FE Australia Penrith Panthers
Frank Puletua 3 4 PR Australia Penrith Panthers
Tony Puletua 3 0 SR Australia Penrith Panthers
Ben Roberts 3 18 HB/FE Australia Bulldogs
Tangi Ropati 1 0 FB Australia Easts Tigers
Smith Samau 3 0 WG Australia Gold Coast Titans
Lagi Setu 2 0 SR Australia St. George Illawarra Dragons
Terrence Seu Seu 3 0 HK Australia Cronulla Sharks
David Solomona 2 4 SR England Bradford Bulls
Willie Talau 2 0 CE England St Helens RLFC
Alby Talipeau 2 0 HB Australia Souths Logan Magpies
Misi Taulapapa 2 8 WG Australia Cronulla Sharks
Ben Te'o 1 8 SR Australia Wests Tigers
Tupu Ulufale 0 0 Samoa Marist Saints
Matt Utai 3 8 WG Australia Bulldogs

Tongamatemacolours.PNG Tonga[edit]

Head Coach: Jim Dymock Tonga

Player Games Points Position Club
Lopini Paea (capt) 3 0 PR Australia Sydney Roosters
Andrew Emelio 1 0 CE Australia Canterbury Bulldogs
Richard Fa'aoso 2 0 SR Australia Newcastle Knights
Awen Guttenbeil 1 0 SR England Castleford Tigers
Michael Jennings 3 12 CE Australia Penrith Panthers
Antonio Kaufusi 3 0 SR Australia Melbourne Storm
Toshio Laiseni 1 0 FB Australia Newtown Jets
Taniela Lasalo 0 0 WG Australia Parramatta Eels
Epalahame Lauaki 3 0 SR New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Tevita Leo-Latu 3 4 HK England Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Willie Manu 3 0 SR England Hull
Manase Manuokafoa 2 0 SR Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Feleti Mateo 3 4 SR Australia Parramatta Eels
Sam Moa 3 0 PR Australia Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Eddie Paea 2 6 HB Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Mickey Paea 1 0 SR Australia Sydney Roosters
Fetuli Talanoa 3 4 WG Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Joel Taufa'ao 1 4 HB Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Esikeli Tonga 2 4 FB Australia Gold Coast Titans
Etuate Uaisele 3 8 WG Australia Parramatta Eels
Kim Uasi 2 0 HK New Zealand Auckland Vulcans
Cooper Vuna 3 12 WG Australia Newcastle Knights
Tony Williams 3 24 WG Australia Parramatta Eels
  • Fuifui Moimoi and Taniela Tuiaki were originally named for Tonga but were ruled ineligible by the Rugby League International Federation after both switched from Tonga to New Zealand in 2007. A New South Wales court later ruled that they could join the team after 12 November, making them available if Tonga made the Semi Finals.[17][18]
  • Fraser and Louis Anderson both were originally named but withdrew due to injury. They were replaced by Kim Usai and Sam Moa.
  • Anthony Tupou was originally named but withdrew on 9 October after being called into the Australian squad.[6]

Welcome to Country[edit]

As part of the official opening of the World Cup on 26 October, an exhibition game was played between an Aboriginal selection and a New Zealand Māori side.[19]

Indigenous Dreamtime Team[edit]

Head Coach: Neil Henry Australia

Player Games Points Position Club
Rhys Wesser 1 8 FB Australia Penrith Panthers
Justin Carney 1 4 WG Australia Canberra Raiders
Maurice Blair 1 0 CE Australia Penrith Panthers
Jamal Idris 1 0 CE Australia Bulldogs
Ty Williams 1 0 WG Australia North Queensland Cowboys
Jamie Soward 1 10 FE Australia St George Illawarra Dragons
Preston Campbell (capt) 1 0 HB Australia Gold Coast Titans
Carl Webb 1 0 PR Australia North Queensland Cowboys
Ian Lacey 1 0 HK Australia Ipswich Jets
George Rose 1 0 PR Australia Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Daine Laurie 1 0 SR Australia Wests Tigers
Derrick Watkins 1 0 SR Australia Brisbane Broncos
Dean Widders 1 0 LK Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Chris Sandow 1 0 HB Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Rod Jensen 1 8 UB England Huddersfield Giants
Yileen Gordon 1 4 CE Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Peter Jensen 1 0 UB Australia CRL
Denis Moran 0 0 HB Australia Narwan Eels

New Zealand Māori[edit]

Head Coach: Luke Goodwin New Zealand[20][21]

Player Games Points Position Club
Bronx Goodwin 1 4 FB,WG Australia Canberra Raiders
Jordan Rapana 1 4 WG Australia Gold Coast Titans
Chase Stanley 1 6 CE Australia St George Illawarra Dragons
Karl Johnson 1 0 CE Australia Central Comets
Shaun Kenny-Dowall 1 4 WG,CE Australia Sydney Roosters
Arana Taumata 1 4 FE Australia Bulldogs
Rangi Chase 1 0 HB,FE Australia St George Illawarra Dragons
Weller Hauraki 1 0 PR Australia Parramatta Eels
Ben Ellis (capt) 1 0 HK Australia St George Illawarra Dragons
Sam McKendry 1 4 FR Australia Penrith Panthers
Wairangi Koopu 1 0 S1 New Zealand New Zealand Warriors
Craig Smith 1 0 S2 Unattached
Lee Te Maari 1 0 LF,S1 Australia Bulldogs
Charlie Herekotukutuku 1 0 FB,WG,HB Australia South Sydney Rabbitohs
Joseph Cahill 1 0 Australia Sydney Roosters
Chance Bunce 1 0 Australia Cronulla Sharks
James Tamou 1 0 HK Australia Sydney Roosters
Kevin Proctor 0 0 SR Australia Melbourne Storm

Notes and references[edit]

Positions[edit]

Further information: Rugby League positions
Northern Hemisphere terms Southern Hemisphere terms
  • FB — Fullback
  • WG — Wing
  • CE — Centre
  • SO — Stand-off
  • SH — Scrum-half
  • PR — Prop
  • HK — Hooker
  • SR — Second-Row
  • LF — Loose-forward
  • UB — Utility Back
  • N/A
  • FB — Fullback
  • WG — Wing
  • CE — Centre
  • FE — Five-Eighth
  • HB — Halfback
  • PR — Prop
  • HK — Hooker
  • SR — Second-Row
  • LK — Lock
  • UB — Utility Back
  • UH — Utility Half

References[edit]

  1. ^ Top point scorer
  2. ^ Top try scorers
  3. ^ Two More Vodafone Warriors in World Cup Teams @ NZ Warriors, 8 October 2008.
  4. ^ Fiji, Ireland, Samoa, Scotland and Tonga sides @ Official RLWC08 site, 8 October 2008.
  5. ^ skysports.com (9 November 2008). "Evergreen Gene bows out". Sky Sports (UK: BSkyB). Retrieved 6 March 2011. 
  6. ^ a b Tupou a Kangaroo again, replaces Crocker @ NRL Official website, 9 Oct 2008
  7. ^ Broncos duo join Kangaroos @ NRL Official Site, 16 Oct 2008
  8. ^ Tuimavave becomes Seventh Vodafone Warrior in Kiwis World Cup Squad @ NZ Warriors, 9 October 2008.
  9. ^ Geenty, Mark (22 October 2008). "League: Shattered Soliola out of World Cup". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 14 September 2011. 
  10. ^ PNG will shock big guns, says Costigan @ NRL Official site, 13 Oct 2008
  11. ^ Kumuls get Pidgin lesson @ NRL Official site, 21 Oct 2008
  12. ^ Roberts, Chris (2008-10-25). "Scotland side for Rugby League of Nations has one home-bred Scot". Scottish Daily Record (dailyrecord.co.uk). Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  13. ^ Paddy Coupar a true Braveheart @ NRL Official Site, 17 Oct 2008
  14. ^ White withdraws from Ireland WCup squad @ NRL Official website, 9 Oct 2008
  15. ^ Ireland seething over treatment @ NZ Herald, 14 Oct 2008.
  16. ^ Ireland suffer White injury blow @ BBC, 9 October 2008
  17. ^ Moimoi, Tuiaki cannot play for Tonga @ NRL Official website, 11 Oct 2008
  18. ^ Tonga welcome court ruling on NRL duo @ RLWC Official Website, 28 October 2008
  19. ^ Indigenous Dreamtime team named @ Official RLWC08 site, 11 October 2008.
  20. ^ NZ Maori name coaching staff for World Cup curtain raiser @ RL World Cup, 14 June 2008. Accessed 2009-06-24. Archived 2009-07-23.
  21. ^ Maori side to play Indigenous @ RLWC08 Official Site, 22 October 2008.

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