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Sky Sports News Wire
Scots handed World Cup place
Scotland have been rewarded for their performance at the last Rugby League World Cup by being granted automatic qualification for the 2017 tournament.
Victories for North America duo
The United States Tomahawks gained an 18-12 win over a Samoa Residents team at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii.
Wood named RLIF chairman
Nigel Wood has been confirmed as the new chairman of the Rugby League International Federation.
Barrett named Italy coach
Italy rugby league secured a coup after naming former Australia Test international Trent Barrett as successor to head coach Carlo Napolitano.
Kearney re-apppointed by Kiwis
Stephen Kearney has beaten off competition from Glen Morrison, David Kidwell and Richie Blackmore and been re-appointed as head coach of New Zealand.
RL World Cup hosts confirmed
Australia and New Zealand have been confirmed as co-hosts for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, the Rugby League International Federation has announced.
Williams returning to union
Sonny Bill Williams will return to rugby union in 2015 after signing a two-year contract with Waikato Chiefs.
Burgess eyes top honour
England forward Sam Burgess and World Cup final man of the match Johnathan Thurston of Australia are among six players shortlisted for the 2013 Golden Boot.
Tomahawk seals Eagles switch
Centre Lelauloto Tagaloa has become the second USA Tomahawks' World Cup player to sign for a Championship club.
McClennan rules out Kiwis
Former New Zealand head coach Brian McClennan has ruled out the possibility of returning to the post and replacing Stephen Kearney at the helm.
Wood wants lasting legacy
Rugby Football League chief executive Nigel Wood believes the sport will capitalise on the success of hosting the World Cup.
Sheens hails dominant display
Tim Sheens hailed the 'best performance' of his time in charge of Australia after the Kangaroos routed holders New Zealand 34-2 to lift the Rugby League World Cup.
Rampant Kangaroos crush Kiwis
Billy Slater and Brett Morris both notched a brace of tries as Australia routed holders New Zealand 34-2 at Old Trafford to reclaim the Rugby League World Cup.
Hetherington wants more cups
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington believes the Rugby League World Cup should be staged every three years and not four.
Thurston: Make in-goal safe
Australia playmaker Johnathan Thurston has urged World Cup organisers to protect players' health by making the in-goal areas for Saturday's final against Tasman rivals New Zealand at Old Trafford safe.
Tuivasa-Sheck pinching himself
New Zealand's Roger Tuivasa-Sheck admits he is "pinching" himself ahead of Saturday's World Cup final against Australia.
Australia v New Zealand: Teams
Australia and New Zealand will go head-to-head for the third successive Rugby League World Cup final on Saturday - and there will be a full house at Old Trafford to see them do it.
Mannering hails Tuivasa-Sheck
New Zealand captain Simon Mannering says the team have been buoyed by the news that star wing Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will be fit to face Australia in Saturday's World Cup final.
Burgess - A great experience
England forward George Burgess is determined to use his rugby League World Cup experience to help him in his career.
Pritchard ruled out of final
New Zealand second rower Frank Pritchard has been ruled out of Saturday's World Cup final against Australia at Old Trafford.