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Rugby League International tests in Year 2016

Contents

Months without international fixturesEdit

  • January
  • March
  • April
  • December

FebruaryEdit

Philippines vs SerbiaEdit

5 February 2016
19:30 (AEST)
Philippines   18 – 12   Serbia

Phillips 1
Goodwin 1
Mason 1
Jones 1
Goals:
Stephenson 1/4
1st: 12 – 4
2nd: 6 – 8
Report

Stevanović 2
Vujanović 1
Goals:
Vojislav Dedić 0/2
Vukanović 0/1
Cabramatta Leagues Stadium, Sydney[1]
Man of the Match: Luke Srama (Philippines)[2]
FB 1 Trent Swanson
WG 2 Blake Mackey
CE 3 Richie Goodwin
CE 4 Ned Stephenson
WG 5 Michael Mason
FE 6 James Marcus
HB 7 Paul Sheedy
PR 8 Dylan Jones
HK 9 Luke Srama (c)
PR 10 Glenn Powers
SR 11 Rez Phillips (c)
SR 12 Ricky Kucia
LK 13 Steven Bernstrom
Interchange:
BE 14 Tyrone Tootell
BE 15 Elvis Jensen
BE 16 Will Grooms
BE 17 Jeremy Grooms
Coach:
Arwin Marcus
FB 1 Joshua Marjanović
WG 2 Miloš Zogović
CE 3 Miloš Ćalić
CE 4 Stevan Stevanović
WG 17 Džavid Jašari
FE 6 Vojislav Dedić
HB 7 Dalibor Vukanović (c)
PR 8 David Andjelić
HK 9 Vladislav Dedić
PR 10 Stefan Nedeljković
SR 11 George Vujanović
SR 12 Nikola Štrbac
LK 13 Ilija Radan
Interchange:
BE 15 Reece Grkinić
BE 16 Milan Radojević
BE 18 Ilija Čotrić
BE 19 Dejan Lukenić
Coach:
Jason Green

MayEdit

Australia vs New Zealand, MayEdit

6 May 2016
8.05pm (AEST)
Australia   16 – 0   New Zealand
Try:
Boyd (14') 1
Inglis (32') 1
Ferguson (80') 1
Goals:
Thurston 1/3
(20' pen)
Smith 1/2
(44' pen)
Sin Bin:
Radradra 1
  6' to 16'
Report
Hunter Stadium, Newcastle[3]
Attendance: 27,724
Referee:   Gerard Sutton

Notes:

Papua New Guinea vs FijiEdit

7 May 2016
5.45pm (AEST)
Papua New Guinea   24 – 22   Fiji
Try:
W Boas (5'), (52') 2
Ottio (42') 1
McDonald (71') 1
Goals:
A Boas 4/5
(6'), (8' pen), (44'), (72')
Sin Bin: Olam 1
  37' to 47'
Report Try:
Vunakece 1 (16')
Qionimacawa 3 (29') (37') (75')
Goals:
Kennedy 1/1
(17')
Moceidreke 2/4
(22' pen), (76')
Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta[5]
Attendance: 15,225
Referee:   Robert Hicks
FB 1   David Mead (c)
RW 2   Justin Olam
RC 3   Kato Ottio
LC 4   Nene McDonald
LW 5   Stargroth Amean
SO 6   Ase Boas
SH 7   Watson Boas
PR 8   Luke Page
HK 9   Wartovo Puara
PR 10   Henry Wan
SR 11   Rhyse Martin
SR 12   Rod Griffin
LF 13   Adam Korave
Substitutions:
IC 14   Adex Wera
IC 15   Brandy Peter
IC 16   Willie Minoga
IC 17   Kurt Baptiste
Coach:
  Michael Marum
FB 1   Tyrone Phillips
RW 2   Akuila Uate
RC 3   Sisa Waqa
LC 4   Brayden Wiliame
LW 5   Etuate Qionimacawa
SO 6   Sitiveni Moceidreke
SH 7   Maurice Kennedy
PR 8   Kane Evans
HK 9   James Storer (c)
PR 10   Daniel Saifiti
SR 11   Junior Roqica
SR 12   Fabian Goodall
LF 13   Eloni Vunakece
Substitutions:
IC 14   Ben Nakubuwai
IC 15   Tui Kamikamica
IC 16   Tevita Cottrell
IC 17   Jokatama Dokonivalu
Coach:
  Mick Potter

Notes:

Samoa vs TongaEdit

7 May 2016
7.45pm (AEST)
Samoa   18 – 6   Tonga
Try:
Winterstein (15') 1
Leutele (55') 1
Wright (75') 1
Goals:
Brown 3/4
(16'), (40' pen), (56')
Report Try:
Pangai 1 (4')
Goals:
Kata 1/1
(5')
Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta[5]
Attendance: 15,225
Referee:   Ben Cummins
FB 1   Tim Simona
RW 2   Antonio Winterstein
RC 4   Ricky Leutele
LC 3   Kirisome Auva'a
LW 5   Matthew Wright
SO 6   Fa'amanu Brown
SH 7   Pita Godinet
PR 8   Sam Kasiano
HK 9   Kaysa Pritchard
PR 10   Junior Paulo
SR 11   Leeson Ah Mau
SR 12   Frank Pritchard (c)
LF 13   Sauaso Sue
Substitutions:
IC 14   Erin Clark
IC 15   John Asiata
IC 16   Raymond Faitala-Mariner
IC 17   Sam Tagataese
Coach:
  Matt Parish
FB 1   David Fusitua
RW 2   Mosese Pangai
RC 3   Solomone Kata
LC 4   Vai Toutai
LW 5   Michael Oldfield
SO 6   Feleti Mateo
SH 7   Samisoni Langi
PR 8   Peni Terepo
HK 9   Sione Katoa
PR 10   Felise Kaufusi
SR 11   Sika Manu (c)
SR 12   Tony Williams
LF 13   Joe Ofahengaue
Substitutions:
IC 14   Nafe Seluini
IC 15   David Fifita
IC 16   Siosaia Vave
IC 17   Patrick Kaufusi
Coach:
  Kristian Woolf

Notes:

Lebanon vs Cook IslandsEdit

8 May 2016
Lebanon   20 – 30   Cook Islands
Try:
el Zbadieh 2
Barakat 1
Kassis 1
Goals:
Miskie 2/5
Report Try:
Peni 2
Makatoa 1
Glassie 1
Ngaro 1
Goals:
Tangiiti 5/6

JuneEdit

Chile vs El SalvadorEdit

11 June 2016
Chile   58 – 20   El Salvador
Report
Henson Park, Marrickville[8]

Notes

  • This was the first ever 13-aside match both teams ever played as they regularly play 9-aside matches against each other and fellow Latin Heat-based nations.

Italy vs LebanonEdit

11 June 2016
Italy   22 – 26   Lebanon
Try:
Diac (31'), (35'), (77') 3
Arrigo (46'), (51') 2
Goals:
Arrigo 0/2
Dodi 1/2
Giorgis 0/1
Report Try:
Sabat 3 (4'), (14'), (64')
Zeidan 1 (10')
Finan 1 (24')
Goals:
Hachem 3/6

Notes:

  • This was the first Mediterranean Cup since 2004.
  • Both nations fielded a total of 12 debutants each.

Ukraine vs Czech RepublicEdit

25 June 2016
Ukraine   46 – 6   Czech Republic
Try:
Skorbach (4'), (77') 2
Shalaiev (9'), (13'), (68'), (72') 4
Khrusiuk (22') 1
Troiyan (40') 1
Shakura (64') 1
Goals:
Skorbach 0/3
Shakura 5/6
Report Try:
Friedl 1 (18')
Goals:
Šedina 1/1
Avanhard Stadium, Rivne[10]
Attendance: 1,500
Referee:   George Stilianos

JulyEdit

Sweden vs NorwayEdit

16 July 2016
Sweden   24 – 40   Norway
Try:
Ah-Lam (22') 1
Cammell (31') 1
Teodor Loxvi (48') 1
Wikander (69') 1
Goals:
Jönsson 4/4
Report Try:
Mwikaria 2 (5'), (9')
Schmidt 1 (27')
Flage 1 (35')
Mellor 2 (54'), (75')
Mikalsen 2 (58'), (79')
Goals:
Hachem 4/8
Årsta, Stockholm

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 Nordic Cup.
  • This was the first time ever that the Nordic Cup only featured two countries, after Denmark withdrew from the tournament.
  • It was Norway's first Nordic Cup win since 2012.

Jamaica vs CanadaEdit

16 July 2016
Jamaica   2 – 38   Canada
Try:


Goals:
Myers 1/1
Report Try:
McCarthy 1
Legault 1
Boyd 1
Grace 1
Miller 1
Hergott 1
Schouten 1
Goals:
Kelly 5/5
Felix 0/1
Gemmell 0/1
Levitown, Pennsylvania[11]
Referee:   Vince Lawson

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 America's Cup.

United States vs JamaicaEdit

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 America's Cup.
  • Former NRL player, Taioalo 'Junior' Vaivai, made his International debut for the United States.

AugustEdit

Germany vs BelgiumEdit

6 August 2016
Germany   12 – 26   Belgium
Try:
Amefia 2
Goals:
Keinhorst 2/2
Report Try:
Leclerq 2
Bertrand 1
Troquereau 1
Guimard 1
Goals:
Leroyer 3/5

Netherlands vs GermanyEdit

13 August 2016
Netherlands   6 – 8   Germany
Try:
Werk (8') 1
Goals:
Storm 2/2
Report Try:
Hagenah (13') 1
Ziekursch (22') 1
Goals:
Seelweger 0/2

Notes

  • With the win, Germany retained the Griffin Cup.

Fiji Residents vs CanadaEdit

20 August 2016
Fiji Residents   26 – 12   Canada
Report

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 Ohana Cup.

Samoa Residents vs Tonga ResidentsEdit

20 August 2016
Samoa Residents   40 – 6   Tonga Residents
Report

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 Ohana Cup.

SeptemberEdit

Belgium vs NetherlandsEdit

3 September 2016
Belgium   36 – 12   Netherlands
Neder-Over-Heembeek, Brussels[12]

Papua New Guinea vs AustraliaEdit

24 September 2016
Papua New Guinea   0 – 58   Australian Prime Minister's XIII
Report
National Football Stadium, Port Moresby[14]
Attendance: 15,011

Czech Republic vs NorwayEdit

24 September 2016
4:00pm (UTC+1)
Czech Republic   12 – 6   Norway
Try:
Šedina (35') 1
Fanda (52') 1
Hovard (68') 1
Goals:
Šedina 0/2
Bžoch 0/1
Report Try:
Jørgensen (25') 1
Goals:
Mwikaria 1/1

Spain vs SerbiaEdit

24 September 2016
5:00pm (GMT+2)
Spain   6 – 64   Serbia
Report

Canada vs United StatesEdit

24 September 2016
Canada   8 – 14   United States

Notes:

  • This was a part of the 2016 America's Cup.
  • Also played as part of the Colonial Cup.

OctoberEdit

United States vs CanadaEdit

1 October 2016
7:00pm (UTC–5)
United States   20 – 14   Canada
Eden Park, Wilmington[17]

Czech Republic vs UkraineEdit

8 October 2016
Czech Republic   12 – 64   Ukraine
TBC

Russia vs SpainEdit

15 October 2016[18]
3:00pm (UTC+3)
Russia   40 – 6   Spain
Try: Burlutskii 12'
Zagoskin 14'
Kosharin 33'
Lysokon 44'
Bratko 54'
Chuprin 76'
Buryak 79'

Goal: Lysokon 4/5
Bratko 1/1
Burlutskii 1/1

Report Try: Rango 69'
Goal: Garcia 1/1
Fili Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 427
Referee:   Jack Smith
Man of the Match:   Aleksandr Lysokon
FB 1   Nikolay Zagoskin
RW 5   Vadim Buryak
RC 21   Kirill Kosharin
LC 3   Leonid Kalinin
LW 18   Dmitry Bratko
SO 6   Aleksandr Lysokon
SH 7   Denis Tiulenev
PR 8   Sergei Konstantinov (c)
HK 4   Petr Botnarash
PR 10   Ivan Troitskii
SR 12   Mikhail Burlutskii
SR 11   Andrey Kuznetsov
LF 13   Viacheslav Eremin
Substitutes:
IC 17   Igor Chuprin
IC 2   Maksim Suchkov
IC 9   Vladimir Vlasyuk
IC 15   Sergey Gaponov
Coach:
  Denis Korolev
FB 1   Daniel Garcia
RW 2   Clement Laguerre
RC 3   Antonio Puerta
LC 4   Alexandre Doutres
LW 5   Chris Lopez
FE 6   Ivan Ordaz
HB 7   Miguel Charters-Blanco
PR 8   Luis Thorp
HK 9   Gonzalo Morro
PR 10   Adria Alonso
SR 11   Cedric Bringuier
SR 12   Matt Dulley
LK 13   Aitor Davila (c)
Substitutes:
IC 14   Andrew Pilkington
IC 15   Leandre Torres
IC 16   Kevin Aparicio
IC 17   Juan Pablo Rango
Coach:
  Darren Fisher

Wales vs SerbiaEdit

15 October 2016[19]
3:00pm (GMT)
Wales   50 – 0   Serbia
Try: Williams (2) 12', 19
Grace (2) 28', 56
Olds (2) 33', 69'
Davies 46'
Gay 52'
Dudson 76
Goal: White 4/6
Davies 3/3
Report Try:
Parc Stebonheath, Llanelli
Attendance: 902
Referee:   Chris Campbell
Man of the Match:   Elliot Kear
FB 1   Elliot Kear
RW 2   Regan Grace
RC 4   Christiaan Roets
LC 18   Andrew Gay
LW 5   Rhys Williams
SO 6   Courtney Davies
SH 7   Ollie Olds
PR 8   Gil Dudson
HK 9   Lloyd White
PR 10   Craig Kopczak (c)
SR 11   Rhodri Lloyd
SR 15   Joe Burke
LF 13   Philip Joseph
Substitutes:
IC 14   Steve Parry
IC 16   Jacob Emmitt
IC 17   Anthony Walker
IC 19   Matty Fozard
Coach:
  John Kear
FB 1   Vojislav Dedić
RW 2   Joshua Marjanović
RC 3   Miloš Ćalić
LC 4   Stevan Stevanović
LW 5   Pero Madžarević   54' to 64'
FE 6   Daniel Burke
HB 7   Dalibor Vukanović (c)
PR 8   David Andjelić
HK 9   Vladislav Dedić
PR 10   Jordan Grant
SR 11   Chad Grant
SR 12   Jason Muranka
LK 13   Stefan Nedeljković
Substitutes:
IC 14 Ilija Radan
IC 15   James Mirceski
IC 16   Reece Grkinić
IC 17   Džavid Jašari
Coach:
  Ljubomir Bukvic

Japan vs GreeceEdit

8 October 2016
6:40pm (UTC+9)
Japan   0 – 72   Greece

Samoa vs FijiEdit

8 October 2016
Samoa   18 – 20   Fiji
Try: Kasiano   4'
Maumalo   16',   20'


Goals: Wright (3/3) 5', 18', 21'
Try: Montoya   24'
Storer   30'
Wiliame   38'
Philips   60'
Goals: Moceidreke (2/4) 32', 40'

Australia vs New Zealand, OctoberEdit

15 October 2016
7:00pm (AWST)
Australia   26-6   New Zealand

Vanuatu vs Solomon IslandsEdit

15 October 2016
Vanuatu   24-15   Solomon Islands

Canada vs South Wales ScorpionsEdit

15 October 2016
Canada   v   South Wales Scorpions

Wales vs JamaicaEdit

21 October 2016
Wales   16 – 16   Jamaica
Try: Lloyd, Davies, White
Con: Davies 2/4
Report Try: Jones-Bishop (3)
Con: Coleman 1/3
Belle Vue, Wakefield[24]
Attendance: 1,378

France vs EnglandEdit

22 October 2016
6.30pm (CET)
France   v   England

Thailand vs MaltaEdit

29 October 2016
Thailand   v   Malta
Princes Royal College Stadium, Chiang Mai[26]

South Africa vs NiueEdit

29 October 2016
South Africa   v   Niue

Serbia vs ItalyEdit

22 October 2016[28]
Serbia   14 – 62   Italy
Try: Marjanović (2) 68', 79'
Burke 73'
Goal: Dedić 1/2
Report Try: Lepori (4) 4', 10', 12', 46'
Cerruto (4) 17', 35', 49', 71'
Wakeman 22'
Santi 45'
Campese 58'
Calegari 62'
Goal: Bergamasco 7/11
Campese 0/1
Makiš Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 1,037
Man of the Match:   Terry Campese
FB 1   Vojislav Dedić
RW 2   Miloš Zogović
RC 3   Miloš Ćalić
LC 4   Stevan Stevanović
LW 5   Joshua Marjanović
FE 6   Daniel Burke
HB 7   Dalibor Vukanović (c)
PR 8 Ilija Radan
HK 9   Reece Grkinić
PR 10   Jordan Grant
SR 11   James Mirceski
SR 12   Jason Muranka
LK 13   Chad Grant
Substitutes:
IC 14   David Andjelić
IC 15   Miodrag Tomić
IC 16   Vlado Kušić
IC 17   Vladislav Dedić
Coach:
  Ljubomir Bukvic
FB 1   Mason Cerruto
RW 2   Chris Centrone
RC 3   Justin Castellaro
LC 4   Mirco Bergamasco
LW 5   Richard Lepori
FE 6   Terry Campese
HB 7   Ryan Ghietti
PR 8   Shannon Wakeman
HK 9   Dean Parata
PR 10   Gavin Hiscox
SR 11   Jayden Walker
SR 12   Brenden Santi
LK 13   Joel Riethmuller
Substitutes:
IC 14   Col Wilkie
IC 15   Christophe Calegari
IC 16   Kieran Quabba
IC 17   Gioele Celerino
Coach:
  Cameron Ciraldo

Spain vs IrelandEdit

22 October 2016
1:00pm (GMT+2)
Spain   6 – 46   Ireland
Try: Charters-Blanco 62'
Goal: Garcia 1/1
Report Try: Roberts 2'
Dunne (2) 5', 52'
Littler (2) 29', 74'
Hasson 39'
Peacock 56'
King 66'
Grix 77'
Goal: Finn 5/9
Polideportivo Quatre Carreres, Valencia
Attendance: 323
Referee:   Patrice Benausse
Man of the Match:   Liam Finn
FB 1   Daniel Garcia
RW 2   Clement Laguerre
RC 3   Antonio Puerta
LC 4   Alexandre Doutres
LW 5   Chris Lopez
FE 6   Ivan Ordaz
HB 7   Miguel Charters-Blanco
PR 8   Luis Thorp
HK 9   Nicolas Munoz
PR 10   Joel Marquez-Laynez
SR 11   Leandre Torres
SR 12   Cedric Bringuier   65' to 75'
LK 13   Kevin Aparicio
Substitutes:
IC 14   Andrew Pilkington
IC 15   Aitor Davila
IC 16   Matt Dulley
IC 17   Adria Alonso
Coach:
  Darren Fisher
FB 1   Shannon McDonnell
RW 2   Casey Dunne
RC 3   Stuart Littler
LC 4   Oliver Roberts
LW 5   Alan McMahon
FE 6   Scott Grix
HB 7   Liam Finn (c)
PR 8   James Hasson
HK 9   Joseph Keyes
PR 10   Luke Ambler
SR 11   David Allen
SR 12   Will Hope
LK 13   George King
Substitutes:
IC 14   Haydn Peacock
IC 15   Matty Hadden
IC 16   James Kelly
IC 17   Gareth Gill
Coach:
  Mark Aston

Italy vs WalesEdit

29 October 2016[29]
3:30pm (CET)
Italy   14 – 20   Wales
Try: Wilkie 26'
Castellaro 29'
Goal: Campese 3/3
Report Try: Morris (2) 16', 59'
Walker 37'
Gay 52'
Goal: Davies 2/4
Stadio Brianteo, Monza
Attendance: 839
Referee:   Chris Campbell
FB 2   Chris Centrone
RW 3   Justin Castellaro
RC 15   Christophe Calegari
LC 4   Mirco Bergamasco
LW 5   Richard Lepori
FE 6   Terry Campese
HB 7   Ryan Ghietti
PR 8   Shannon Wakeman
HK 9   Dean Parata
PR 10   Gavin Hiscox
SR 11   Jayden Walker
SR 12   Brenden Santi
LK 13   Joel Riethmuller
Substitutes:
IC 1   Mason Cerruto
IC 14   Col Wilkie
IC 16   Kieran Quabba
IC 17   Gioele Celerino
Coach:
  Cameron Ciraldo
FB 1   Elliot Kear
RW 2   Rhys Williams
RC 26   Ben Morris
LC 16   Andrew Gay
LW 3   Dai Evans
SO 6   Courtney Davies
SH 17   Matty Fozard
PR 8   Gil Dudson
HK 9   Lloyd White
PR 10   Craig Kopczak (c)
SR 11   Rhodri Lloyd
SR 12   Philip Joseph
LF 13   Steve Parry
Substitutes:
IC 14   Joe Burke
IC 15   Anthony Walker
IC 23   Sam Hopkins
IC 24   Danny Ansell
Coach:
  John Kear

Australia vs ScotlandEdit

28 October 2016
8:00pm (GMT)
Australia   52-12   Scotland

England vs New ZealandEdit

29 October 2016
2:30pm (GMT)
England   16-17   New Zealand

NovemberEdit

Lebanon vs NiueEdit

4 November 2016
Lebanon   v   Niue

Italy vs RussiaEdit

4 November 2016
Italy   76 – 0   Russia
Tries:
Goals:
Report Tries:
Goals:
Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, England
Attendance: 450
Referee:   Chris Campbell
Man of the Match:   Terry Campese
FB 1   Mason Cerruto
RW 2   Chris Centrone
RC 3   Christophe Calegari
LC 4   Col Wilkie
LW 5   Richard Lepori
FE 6   Terry Campese (c)
HB 7   Ryan Ghietti
PR 8   Shannon Wakeman
HK 9   Dean Parata
PR 10   Gavin Hiscox
SR 11   Jayden Walker
SR 12   Brenden Santi
LK 13   Joel Riethmuller
Substitutes:
IC 14   Joseph Tramontana
IC 15   Ryan Tramonte
IC 16   Guiseppe Pagani
IC 17   Gioele Celerino
Coach:
  Cameron Ciraldo
FB 2   Maksim Suchkov
RW 5   Vadim Buryak
RC 1   Nikolay Zagoskin
LC 3   Leonid Kalinin
LW 14   Vadim Tsynkovich
SO 6   Aleksandr Lysokon
SH 7   Denis Tiulenev
PR 16   Vadim Fedchuk
HK 9   Vladimir Vlasyuk
PR 10   Ivan Troitskii
SR 12   Mikhail Burlutskii
SR 11   Andrey Kuznetsov
LF 13   Viacheslav Eremin
Substitutes:
IC 17   Igor Chuprin
IC 18   Dmitry Bratko
IC 8   Sergei Konstantinov
IC 4   Petr Botnarash
Coach:
  Denis Korolev

With the win Italy became the 14th, and final, team to qualify for the 2017 World Cup.[31]

England vs ScotlandEdit

5 November 2016
5:30pm (GMT)
England   38-12   Scotland

New Zealand vs AustraliaEdit

5 November 2016
8:00pm (GMT)
New Zealand   8-14   Australia

New Zealand vs ScotlandEdit

11 November 2016
8:00pm (GMT)
New Zealand   v   Scotland

South Africa vs LebanonEdit

11 November 2016
South Africa   v   Lebanon

England vs AustraliaEdit

13 November 2016
2:00pm (GMT)
England   v   Australia

Australia vs New Zealand, NovemberEdit

Sunday, 20 November
2:30pm (BST)
Australia   34–8   New Zealand
Tries:
Dugan (10', 24') 2
Ferguson (3') 1
Merrin (21') 1
D Boyd (45') 1
Cordner (74') 1
Goals:
5/8 Thurston
(4', 18' pen, 22', 29' pen, 75')
1st: 24 – 0
2nd: 10 – 8
Report
Tries:
2 (56', 69') Kahu
Goals:
Anfield, Liverpool[28]
Attendance: 40,042
Referee:   Ben Cummins
Man of the Match:   Darius Boyd
FB 1   Darius Boyd
RW 2   Blake Ferguson
RC 3   Greg Inglis
LC 4   Josh Dugan
LW 5   Valentine Holmes
FE 6   Johnathan Thurston
HB 7   Cooper Cronk
PR 8   Matt Scott
HK 9   Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10   Aaron Woods
SR 11   Boyd Cordner
SR 12   Matt Gillett
LK 13   Trent Merrin
Interchange:
IC 14   Michael Morgan
IC 15   David Klemmer
IC 16   Tyson Frizell
IC 17   Shannon Boyd
Coach:
  Mal Meninga
FB 1   Jordan Kahu
RW 2   David Fusitu'a
RC 3   Solomone Kata
LC 4   Shaun Kenny-Dowall
LW 5   Jordan Rapana
FE 6   Tohu Harris
HB 7   Shaun Johnson
PR 8   Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9   Issac Luke
PR 10   Adam Blair
SR 11   Kevin Proctor
SR 12   Manu Ma'u
LK 13   Jason Taumalolo
Interchange:
IC 14   Lewis Brown
IC 15   Martin Taupau
IC 16   Greg Eastwood
IC 17   Joseph Tapine
Coach:
  David Kidwell

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "Representative Round: Newcastle to host Test". NRL.com. 6 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Great Britain vs New Zealand 2007". rugbyleagueproject.org. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
  5. ^ a b "Rep Round 2016". triplem.com.au. 6 June 2016.
  6. ^ "Papua New Guinea break 16-year Test win drought". stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 5 June 2016.
  7. ^ "Belmore to host Cook Islands v Lebanon clash". ASIA PACIFIC RUGBY LEAGUE CONFEDERATION. Retrieved 6 June 2016.
  8. ^ "Henson Park to host Chile v El Salvador". ASIA PACIFIC RUGBY LEAGUE CONFEDERATION. Retrieved 6 June 2016.
  9. ^ "Italy and Lebanon to revive Mediterranean Cup". loverugbyleague.com. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
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  11. ^ a b c "RUGBY LEAGUE ANNOUNCES ITS OWN VERSION OF THE AMERICAS CUP". canadarugbyleague.com. 7 June 2016.
  12. ^ a b c "Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands announce triangular series". RUGBY LEAGUE PLANET. 10 June 2016.
  13. ^ a b c "Exciting 2016 Canada Wolverines International Schedule Announced". canadarugbyleague.com. 7 June 2016.
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