Rugby League World Cup Final
RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP FINAL CHAMPIONS – FUTURE IMMORTALS?
Australia sealed victory over Samoa in the final of the Rugby League World Cup at Old Trafford Manchester. The scoreline finished Australia 30 points to Samoa’s 10 points. This was the Kangaroo’s 11th victory in the last 12 Men’s World Cups. The only loss came against New Zealand back in 2008.
As well as the Men’s success. The Australian Rugby League women’s team, the Jillaroos also won their third consecutive Rugby League World Cup. They defeated the Kiwis 54 points to 5 to crown a great tournament for the Green and Gold.
Rugby League World Cup Final Success
The statistics of the Kangaroos are extremely impressive. They conceded only eight tries throughout the tournament. They scored 286 points and conceded 42 points. The squad includes some superstars of the game in Australia captained by the Roosters James Tedesco. Also, outstanding Penrith half-back Nathan Cleary and five-eight (stand-off) Cameron Munster. In addition, the brilliant indigenous player’s Josh Add-Carr and Latrell Mitchell.
Rugby League World Cup Final Champions of 1968
The Australian Rugby League team of this World Cup will be compared to the great Kangaroos of the past. One of the finest was the side of 1968. The 1968 Rugby League World Cup tournament was held in Australia and New Zealand during May and June in 1968.
Future Hall of Fame Immortals?
Celebrating the Legends of Australian Rugby League
We celebrate the great Australian Rugby League teams from the past through our retro collections. These include our Australian Rugby League Shirt Polo Retro Kangaroo Style. In addition, our Australia Rugby League T-Shirt Vintage Style. Also, we offer a full vintage Rugby League collection.