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New Zealand fall to Australia, Tonga suffer shock defeat at Rugby League World Cup Nines

New Zealand Herald Friday, 18 October 2019
New Zealand fall to Australia, Tonga suffer shock defeat at Rugby League World Cup NinesNew Zealand has gone down in the marquee match at the Rugby League World Cup Nines on Friday night, losing 25-12 to Australia.The Kiwis never recovered from a poor start, while Australia had too much flair and skill in an entertaining...
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