2003 Women's Rugby League World Cup squads

This article lists the squads for the 2003 Women's Rugby League World Cup.

The lists are primarily composed from two sources. The Lion Foundation Woman's Rugby League World Cup 2003 programme, published to coincide with the start of the tournament, lists players' names, their playing positions and club.[1] The The New Zealand Rugby League Almanack 2003 listed the scorers for all 25 matches in the tournament.[2]

AustraliaEdit

Australia played five matches in the tournament: New Zealand Māori, Niue, New Zealand, Samoa and New Zealand Māori (Semi-Final). This list includes the players named in the programme and affirmed as try scorers in the New Zealand Rugby League Almanack plus those named as making their debut in 2003.[1][3][4]

Player Position(s) Club State T G Pts
Teresa Anderson Second-row, Loose forward, Halfback Toowoomba   Qld 2 0 8
Annie Banks Hooker, Centre, Wing Kedron-Wavell Wildcats   Qld 0 0 0
Karley Banks Halfback Brothers Ipswich   Qld 1 0 4
Kellie Batchelor Prop, Second-row Goodna   Qld 1 0 4
Jaye Christensen Loose forward, Halfback, Stand-off Kedron-Wavell Wildcats   Qld 0 0 0
Melissa Edwards Prop, Second-row, Halfback Toowoomba   Qld 0 0 0
Lisa Elkins Second-row Kedron-Wavell Wildcats   Qld 0 0 0
Erin Elliott Centre, Wing, Fullback Toowoomba   Qld 1 0 4
Katrina Fanning Prop Boomanulla   ACT 1 0 4
Angelica Forbes Second-row, Centre, Wing Toowoomba   Qld 0 0 0
Neena Fraser Prop, Second-row Toowoomba   Qld 1 0 4
Patricia Fraser Prop Toowoomba   Qld 0 0 0
Stephanie Hancock Second-row Toowoomba   Qld 0 0 0
Lisa Holder Second-row, Loose forward, Halfback Brothers Ipswich   Qld 1 0 4
Caryl Jarrett Halfback, Centre, Fullback Canberra   ACT 2 0 8
Karyn Murphy Halfback, Stand-off Brothers Ipswich   Qld 1 0 4
Tracey Musgrove Second-row, Halfback Toowoomba   Qld 0 0 0
Tahnee Norris Second-row, Loose forward Brothers Ipswich   Qld 2 0 8
Tammy Pohatu Hooker Brothers Ipswich   Qld 0 0 0
Roslyn Simpson Centre, Wing Canberra   ACT 3 0 12
Rebecca Tavo Second-row, Centre, Wing Toowoomba   Qld 4 0 16
Tracey Thompson Centre, Wing Brothers Ipswich   Qld 2 19 46
Tarah Westera Centre, Wing Sunshiine Coast   Qld 3 0 12
Leah Williams Prop Sunshiine Coast   Qld 4 0 16
Totals 29 19 154

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Dave Leat
  • Assistant Coach: Graham Christie
  • Manager: Jeanette Luker
  • Trainer: Jacob Christie

Cook IslandsEdit

The Cook Islands played six matches: New Zealand, Tokelau, Great Britain, New Zealand Māori, Tokelau and Samoa. The first match, against New Zealand, was their international debut. Players in the Cook Islands team were selected from New Zealand clubs.[1]

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Charmaine Angareu Second-row, Loose forward, Centre   Mangere East   Auckland 0 0 0
Deborah Apaina Prop, Second-row   Ponsonby   Auckland 0 0 0
Marry-Anne Aukino Wing, Fullback, Centre   Papakura   Auckland 0 0 0
Rangi Aukino Hooker, Second-row   Randwick   Wellington 0 0 0
Justine Cook Second-row, Prop   Ponsonby   Auckland 0 0 0
Sarah Cook Second-row, Prop   Ponsonby   Auckland 0 0 0
Debbie Dorman Prop   Ponsonby   Auckland 1 0 4
Michelle Driscoll Centre   Richmond   Auckland 0 0 0
Tracey Larkin Second-row, Centre   Ponsonby   Auckland 1 0 4
Elizabeth Mani Stand-off, Second-row   Mt Wellington   Auckland 1 0 4
Caroline Marsters Stand-off, Centre, Fullback   Mt Wellington   Auckland 3 2 16
Kelly Marsters Wing, Fullback   Te Atatu   Auckland 0 0 0
Joyce Otikore-Joseph Halfback, Hooker   Otara   Auckland 0 0 0
Nora Pange Second-row, Prop   Mangere East   Auckland 0 0 0
Api Parai Hooker, Second-row, Halfback   Te Atatu   Auckland 3 4 20
Hilda Peters Halfback, Hooker   Papakura   Auckland 0 0 0
Karen Thorn Second-row, Loose forward   Ponsonby   Auckland 0 0 0
Amiria Tikinau Hooker, Loose forward   Otahuhu   Auckland 2 0 8
Mary Tuarae Halfback, Hooker, Loose forward   Richmond   Auckland 2 0 8
Tutai-Stephanie Utanga Wing, Fullback   Mt Wellington   Auckland 1 1 6
Theresa Vaiula Wing, Fullback   Ponsonby   Auckland 0 0 0
Teremoana Vano Second-row, Loose forward   Ponsonby   Auckland 1 0 4
Teresa Wilson Centre   Hillcrest   Waikato 0 0 0
Tupou Wilson Halfback, Stand-off   Hillcrest   Waikato 0 0 0
Totals 15 7 74

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Tom Bishop
  • Assistant Coach: Karlvon (Kas) Vasau
  • Manager: Rita Ngaiti
  • Trainer: Joe Hewitt

Great BritainEdit

Great Britain played five matches: Samoa. Tonga, New Zealand Māori, Cook Islands and New Zealand (semi-final).

Player Position(s) Club M T G Pts
Lindsay Anfield Wing, Fullback Barrow 4 1 0 4
Samantha Bailey Prop, Second-row Bradford Thunderbirds 4 0 0 0
Jane Banks Prop, Second-row Bradford Thunderbirds 3 0 0 0
Nicola Benstead Wing Hull Dockers 1 0 0 0
Aimee Bradshaw Second-row Bank Quay Broncos 3 0 0 0
Samantha Brook Prop, Second-row Bradford Thunderbirds 3 0 0 0
Wendy Charnley Halfback, Hooker Bank Quay Broncos 3 0 0 0
Sarah Dixon Wing Pendle Panthers 2 0 0 0
Brenda Dobek Stand-off Wakefield Townville Panthers 4 0 6 12
Andrea Dobson Prop, Second-row Pendle Panthers 3 0 0 0
Stacey Doherty Wing, Fullback Wakefield Townville Panthers 4 1 0 4
Caroline Dolan Prop Halifax 1 0 0 0
Stacey Greenwood Stand-off, Loose forward Bradford Thunderbirds 5 6 0 24
Renee Gregorie Second-row, Centre Bradford Thunderbirds 5 1 0 4
Rebecca Jones Halfback, Hooker Toowoomba 3 2 0 8
Bevlee Langan Prop York Acorn Ladies 2 0 0 0
Sally Milburn Centre Barrow 5 3 0 12
Nicola Parry Centre York Acorn Ladies 2 0 0 0
Natalie Parsons Halfback Bradford Thunderbirds 5 3 7 26
Sarah Shillito Second-row, Centre Keighley Albion Cats 2 0 0 0
Nicola Simpson Centre, Fullback Milford Marlins 5 3 0 12
Beth Sutcliffe Loose forward Hillside Hawks 4 0 0 0
Dannielle Titterington Hooker Wakefield Townville Panthers 4 0 0 0
Rachel Twibill Wing Halifax 3 0 0 0
Michelle Wood Prop Slaithwait 3 1 0 4
Totals 83 21 13 110

Notes:

  • There are two sources that provide different scorers for the Great Britain versus Tonga game.
    • The match report in the League Express has Nicola Simpson scoring three tries, and Dannielle Titterington not scoring a try.[5]
    • The New Zealand Rugby League Almanack has Nicola Simpson scoring two tries, and Dannielle Titterington scoring one try.
    • The above table reflects the League Express account.
    • the two sources agree on the remaining scorers in the Tonga match, as well as on the scorers for Great Britain in their match against the New Zealand Māori
  • Great Britain Team Support Staff were: Jackie Sheldon (Head Coach), Michaela Hirst (Assistant Coach), Andy MacDonald (Team Manager), Doreen Metcalf (Tour Manager), Joanna Bates (Doctor), and Elaine Kirton (Physiotherapist).
  • Samantha Bailey, Samantha Brook, Stacey Greenwood, Renee Gregoire and Natalie Parsons were all representatives from the Bradford Thunderbirds club.[6]
  • Andrea Dobson and Sarah Dixon were representatives of the Pendle Panthers club.[7][8][9]
  • Nicola Benstead was a representative from the Hull Dockers club.[10]
  • Bev Langan and Nicola Parry were representatives of the York Acorn Ladies club.[11][12]
  • Aimee Bradshaw and Wendy Charnley were representatives of the Bank Quay Broncos club.[13][14]

New ZealandEdit

New Zealand played six matches: Cook Islands, Tokelau, Australia, Samoa, Great Britain (semi-final) and New Zealand Māori (final). New Zealand's World Cup squad was named in early June, nearly four months ahead of the tournament, which began on 28 September 2003.[15] The team to play Tokelau appeared in a New Zealand Herald article on the day of the match.[16]

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Luisa Avaiki Prop, Second-row, Centre   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 4 0 16
Mere Baker Centre   Papanui Tigers   Canterbury 3 0 12
Lorina Buckley Loose forward   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 1 0 4
Tafale Chan Ting Halfback, Hooker   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 1 0 4
Nadene Conlon Loose forward, Second-row, Hooker   Te Atatu Roosters   Auckland 2 0 8
Karen Dougall Second-row   Wellington 0 0 0
Selena Edmonds Centre   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 5 0 20
Marion Heather Loose forward, Second-row, Prop   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 6 4 32
Maryanne Hemara Hooker   Mangere East Hawks   Auckland 0 0 0
Trish Hina Stand-off   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 9 23 82
Honey Hireme Centre   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 10 0 40
Annabelle Hohepa Prop   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Teasha Leka Centre, Second-row   Mt Wellington   Auckland 0 0 0
Kelly Leota Fullback, Wing   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 2 12
Laura Mariu Stand-off, Loose forward   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 0 8
Ina Muaiava Second-row, Centre   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Dawn Patelesio Prop   Wellington 0 0 0
Tamaku Paul Wing, Fullback   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 9 0 36
Khardine Pohatu Wing   Auckland 1 0 4
Sarai Sue Prop   Mt Wellington   Auckland 0 6 12
Cynthia Ta'ala Wing, Fullback   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 3 0 12
Lovey Tawhi Second-row, Prop   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 0 8
Awhina Te Hiko Halfback, Hooker   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Tessa Te Kahu Loose forward, Hooker   Papanui Tigers   Canterbury 3 0 12
Fuarosa Time Wing   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 10 0 40
Leah Witehira Halfback   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 3 0 12
Totals 76 36 376

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Lawrence Brydon
  • Assistant Coach: Stan Martin
  • Manager: Juanita Woodhouse
  • Trainer: Bob Vercoe
  • Physiotherapist: Leah Pearsail
  • Assistant trainer/strapper: Hugh McKechnie

New Zealand MāoriEdit

New Zealand Māori played six matches: Australia, Niue, Great Britain, Cook Islands, Australia (semi-final) and New Zealand (final).

On 8 August, prior to the World Cup which began in late September 2003, a Test Match between Australia and New Zealand Māori was played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. The teams were listed in the Big League programme.[17] Players in the Māori team were named as follows: Natasha Tehiko, Mere Miki, Annie Brown, Awaroa Waikai, Rachael Wikepa (Wikeepa), Puawai Hohepa, Kelly Kiwi, Vicki Letele, Tania Martin, Karla Clay (Klay), Jodi Piutau (Puitau), Sharyle Winikeri, Tirina Whakatihi; Cecily Stainton, Susan Wilkinson, Faith Dickson, Ani Ngala, Leanne Gardner, Amy Turner with Greg Brown as coach. Names in parenthesis reflect the spelling used in the New Zealand Rugby League Almanac.

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Annie Brown Centre, Stand-off   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Karla Clay Prop   Papakura Sea Eagles   Auckland 1 0 4
Faith Dickson Centre   Ngongotaha Chiefs   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Natasha Emery Second-row   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 3 0 12
Leanne Gardiner Centre   Mangere East Hawks   Auckland 0 0 0
Puawai Hohepa Stand-off   Pikiao Warriors   Bay of Plenty 2 1 10
Kellie Kiwi Halfback   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 1 1 6
Vicki Letele Second-row, Prop   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 0 8
Lishelle Ngawini Centre   Papakura Sea Eagles   Auckland 0 0 0
Rochelle Potaka Loose forward, Second-row   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 6 20
Jodie Puitau Prop   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 1 0 4
Cecily Stainton Stand-off   Ngongotaha Chiefs   Bay of Plenty 1 0 4
Hinei Taute Centre, Fullback   Ngongotaha Chiefs   Bay of Plenty 3 0 12
Frances Te Ao Second-row   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 0 0 0
Natasha Tehiko Fullback, Centre   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Heremia Timu Centre, Wing   Papakura Sea Eagles   Auckland 3 0 12
Amy Turner Wing   Pikiao Warriors   Bay of Plenty 2 0 8
Awaroa Waikai Second-row, Prop   Mt Wellington   Auckland 4 0 16
Tania Watson Second-row, Loose forward   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 0 0 0
Iria Whakatihi Stand-off   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 0 2 4
Miriama Whakatihi Prop   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 0 0 0
Terina Whakatihi Loose forward   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 0 0 0
Rachel Wikeepa Wing   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 4 0 16
Susan Wilkinson Second-row, Loose forward   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 0 0 0
Sharyl Winikerei Second-row   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Totals 29 10 136

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Greg Brown
  • Assistant Coach: Len Reid
  • Manager: Angela Hodge
  • Trainers: Kara Hodge, Mark Edmonds
  • Physiotherapist: Naumai Tuta
  • Statistician: Janie Thompson

NiueEdit

Niue played five matches: New Zealand Māori, Australia, Tokelau, Tonga and Samoa. The first match, against New Zealand Māori, was their international debut.

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Sana Aisoli Fullback   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 1 0 4
D Bloomfield 0 2 4
Suerena Comer Centre   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 3 0 12
Vate Ekepati Second-row   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 0 0 0
Caroline Fanamanu Wing   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 0 8
S Fanokehe 2 1 10
Doreen Fenton Prop   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 0 0 0
Shirley Ikifitu Prop   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 1 0 4
Treena Kumitau Wing   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 0 0 0
Priscilla Lavakula Wing   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 0 0 0
Memali Mafileo-Posoni Centre   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 0 0 0
Angie Mizziebo Stand-off   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 0 0 0
Christina Patii Hooker   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 0 0 0
Taako Piaso Loose forward, Second-row   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 2 0 8
Leilana Pulevaka Wing   Manukau Magpies   Auckland 0 0 0
Melinda Seini Wing, Hooker   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 0 0 0
Mekeaukui Sifaheone Centre, Wing   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Jannine Stewart Second-row   Otara Scorpions   Auckland 0 0 0
Jacqueline Talagi Wing   Ellerslie Eagles   Auckland 0 0 0
Emily Telfer Halfback   Mt Wellington   Auckland 1 0 4
Jo Tichkowsky Prop   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 0 0 0
Totals 12 3 54

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Meke Lokeni
  • Manager: Grace Kapinua
  • Strapper: Tomsai Nuku

Note:

  • D Broomfield and S Fanokehe were named as scorers for Niue in the Almanack but were not listed in the Programme.[1][2]

SamoaEdit

Samoa played six matches: Great Britain, Tonga, New Zealand, Australia, Niue and Cook Islands. The first match, against Great Britain, was their international debut.

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Tapu Ali'ifa'alogo Prop, Second-row   Forestland Falcons   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Ane Chan Kee Hooker, Halfback, Centre   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Lita Clark Hooker, Second-row   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Sera Clayton Prop, Second-row, Loose forward   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 0 0 0
Tuiai Elisara Wing, Fullback   Mangere East Hawks   Auckland 2 0 8
Vanessa Elisara Second-row, Loose forward   Mangere East Hawks   Auckland 0 0 0
Laine Fa'apito Prop, Second-row, Centre   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 1 0 4
Meto Kirisome Second-row, Centre, Stand-off   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 0 0 0
Stephanie Lafaele Centre, Wing   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Moana Laumatia Centre   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 4 0 16
Wendy Leafa Halfback, Centre, Fullback   Pikiao Warriors   Bay of Plenty 0 0 0
Te'evahale Lefale Second-row, Loose forward, Centre   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 2 0 8
Amy Levi Halfback, Wing   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 1 0 4
Tolotea Lome Prop, Second-row, Wing   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Brigitta Lotu-Iiga Second-row, Centre, Wing   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Theresa Malaitai Second-row, Loose forward, Centre   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 1 0 4
Angel Mulu Halfback, Centre, Fullback   North City Vikings   Wellington 0 0 0
Jean Oti Halfback, Centre, Fullback   Wainuiomata Lions   Wellington 3 3 18
Ianeta Peau Prop, Second-row   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Tepatasiane Pomare Prop, Second-row, Centre   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 0 0 0
Leah Sao-Filipo Prop   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 1 0 4
Diana Sipili Centre, Wing   Te Aroha Eels   Wellington 3 0 12
Carmelia Smith Wing   Ponsonby Ponies   Auckland 0 0 0
Maima Tiatia Second-row, Centre   Otahuhu Leopards   Auckland 0 0 0
Helen Tuimavave Centre, Loose forward, Second-row   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 7 0 28
Lolina (Leota) Tuioti Second-row, Centre   North City Vikings   Wellington 3 1 14
Totals 28 4 120

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: George Apelii Tuimaseve
  • Assistant Coach: Sefo Fuimaono
  • Managers: Mary Malloy, Leie Sipel-Schaumkei
  • Trainers: Jason McCarthy, Feleti Lefao

TokelauEdit

Tokelau played six matches: Cook Islands, New Zealand, Tonga, Niue, Cook Islands and Tonga. The first match, against Cook Islands, was their international debut.

Player Position(s) Club Province T G Pts
Sagita Aleni Wing   North City Vikings   Wellington 0 0 0
Maria Atapuai Alesana Second-row   North City Vikings   Wellington 1 0 4
Tolua Ariu Second-row   Te Atatu Roosters   Wellington 1 0 4
Lise Baker Prop   North City Vikings   Wellington 3 0 12
Ana Fidow Prop   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
Campaign Fidow Prop, Second-row, Loose forward   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
Jenny Finau Prop   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 1 0 4
Peta Ineleo Second-row   Wainuiomata Lions   Wellington 0 0 0
Johana Lemihio Second-row   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
Julie Lemihio Wing   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
J Lenusio interchange 3 0 12
Ahi Loloa Prop   North City Vikings   Wellington 0 0 0
Taloanga Mataio Wing   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
Rhys Nouata-Nikotema Second-row   Wainuiomata Lions   Wellington 0 0 0
Matalena Omara Halfback, Centre, Fullback   Richmond Rovers   Auckland 0 0 0
Ana Pedro Prop   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 3 0 12
Akenese Pereira Stand-off   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 1 0 4
Belia Perez Fullback   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 0 0 0
Pele Puka Second-row   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 1 0 4
Naomi Silao Centre   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 1 4 12
Ana So'otaga Loose forward   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 2 0 8
Ana Tuia Prop   Randwick Kingfishers   Wellington 1 0 4
Vaililo Toloa Centre   North City Vikings   Wellington 2 0 8
Jacqueline Vaovasa Prop   North City Vikings   Wellington 0 0 0
Maria Wilson Centre 2 0 8
Totals 22 4 96

Coaching and support staff:[1]

  • Coach: Tony Lajpold
  • Assistant Coach: John Misley
  • Manager: Mat So'otaga
  • Physiotherapist: Matt Willett

Note

  • J Lenusio was named as a scorer in the Almanack but was not listed – at least with the same spelling – in the Programme.[1][2]

TongaEdit

Tonga played five matches: Samoa, Great Britain, Tokelau, Niue and Tokelau. The first match, against Samoa, was their international debut.

Player Club T G Pts
Sepiuta Tonga 'Alatini   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 1 1 6
Lupe Fiefia   Ha'ateiho Crusaders 0 0 0
Lupe Fisilau   Kolomu'a Warriors 1 0 4
Ema Lu'isa Havea   Kolomu'a Warriors 0 0 0
Isapela Hopoi   Kolomu'a Warriors 0 0 0
Ana 'Iongi   Kolomu'a Warriors 0 0 0
Ana Uikelotu Katoa   Mu'a Saints 0 0 0
Uluaki Fuifuilupe Kaufusi   Mu'a Saints 3 0 12
Elenoa Lauhingoa   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Seini Malungahu   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Olivia Moimoi   Kolomu'a Warriors 1 0 4
Akameta Paongo   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Sisi'uno Pasikala   Mu'a Saints 1 0 4
Na'a Pole   Mu'a Saints 0 0 0
Lomekina Ta'ai   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Eseta Vea Toluta'u   Mu'a Saints 1 0 4
Ma'ata Tonga   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Sesimani Tupou Tu'ifua   Mu'a Saints 0 0 0
Celestyana Valu   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Tokilupe Veamatahau   Fuekafa Rabbitohs 0 0 0
Totals 8 1 34

The Programme did not list Tonga's coaching and support staff.[1]

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