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Steve McCormack has been re-appointed as Scotland's head coach for the 2017 World Cup.
New Zealand and Sydney Roosters forward Sonny Bill Williams has been named the Rugby League International Federation player of the year.
Australia-born Scotland international half-back Peter Wallace insists he remains committed to the nation and wants to help them qualify for the Four Nations.
Super League Man of Steel Danny Brough is on a three-man short-list for the 2013 international player-of-the-year award.
New Zealand coach Stephen Kearney insisted Sonny Bill Williams was taken off as a precaution after he suffered a neck injury in the Kiwis' 40-4 World Cup quarter-final victory over Scotland.
Holders New Zealand became the first team through to the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals with a 40-4 victory over Scotland at Headingley.
Super League Man of Steel Danny Brough is bracing himself for the biggest test of his career as he prepares to lead minnows Scotland into battle against world champions New Zealand.
Scotland coach Steve McCormack has described his team's task against World Cup holders New Zealand as the "biggest challenge in sport" but he believes he has spotted some weaknesses in their game.
Catalan Dragons hooker Ian Henderson has been identified by New Zealand as a threat to their hopes of retaining the Rugby League World Cup.
Scotland coach Steve McCormack is set to make just two changes for Friday's World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand in Leeds.
Peter Wallace admits confidence in the Scotland camp is sky high ahead of their World Cup quarter-final showdown against New Zealand.
Full-back Matthew Russell insists Scotland will not be overawed when they take on defending champions New Zealand at Headingley on Friday.
Dale Ferguson will miss Scotland's World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand at Headingley on Friday after losing his appeal against suspension.
Scotland second row forward Dale Ferguson has been banned for two matches and will miss Friday's World Cup quarter-final with New Zealand.
Scotland coach Steve McCormack set his sights on plotting the downfall of World Cup holders New Zealand after Italy's first defeat paved the way for their passage into the last eight.
Tonga eliminated Italy from the World Cup with a 16-0 win in Halifax, a result that sends Scotland through to a quarter-final date with holders New Zealand.
Scotland will keep an anxious eye on events at Halifax on Sunday, hoping to avoid the same World Cup fate that befell their country's football team in 1974.
Steve McCormack dedicated Scotland's 22-8 victory over the United States to hooker Ben Fisher who suffered a calf muscle injury during the pre-match warm-up.
Scotland came from 8-0 down to score 22 unanswered points and inflict a first defeat of the World Cup on the Tomahawks to finish unbeaten in Group C.
Scotland can move a step closer to a mouth-watering clash against world Cup holders New Zealand in the quarter-finals if they beat USA on Thursday in Salford.