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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Coach believes Eels' capable of backing up biggest win in NRL finals history

    Eels coach Brad Arthur believes his side's capable of backing up their 58-nil NRL finals win over the Broncos, the biggest win in the competition's finals history


    Parramatta face Melbourne on Saturday.

    In other sports news
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    The Ashes cricket series between Australia and England has been drawn 2-all.

    The hosts have won the fifth test by 135 runs at The Oval, dismissing them for 263 in the chase for 399.

    It's the first drawn Ashes series since 1972.

    Rower Robbie Manson's future in the New Zealand single sculls boat looks uncertain with an old foe set to challenge.

    Mahe Drysdale's looking to return to the seat for next year's Tokyo Games after a season in the eight.

    Manson qualified the boat by finishing seventh at the world championships.

    Silver Ferns coach Noeline Taurua's bid at a third successive Australian domestic netball title has fallen short with the Sunshine Coast Lightning defeated 64-47 by the New South Wales Swifts in Brisbane.

    On the contrary, it was a special day for Katrina Rore who claimed her third piece of silverware this year, alongside the ANZ Premiership with the Pulse and the World Cup.



    Cronulla prop Andrew Fifita claims at least 30 players are ready to boycott Tonga's international rugby league programme unless a new board is elected.


    Supercars driver Scott McLaughlin's taken out race two in Pukekohe from fifth on the grid for his 17th win of the season, surpassing Craig Lowndes' record.

    All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster's declared Sonny Bill Williams fit, despite rumours he was to be sent home.

    Williams has battled a calf injury ahead of the rugby World Cup, making just two appearances for the All Blacks this year.


    Tasman have beaten North Harbour 21-17 to maintain their lead in rugby's Mitre 10 Cup Premiership.

    Spain have captured their second basketball World Cup, defeating Argentina 95-75 in China.

    Arsenal have led a two-goal lead slip to draw with Watford in English football's Premier League.

    Elsewhere, Bournemouth's beaten Everton 3-1.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Rugby News
     20 Oct: Wales is the third team into the Rugby World Cup semi-finals after a 20-19 win over France in Oita
     20 Oct: Michael Cheika has resigned as coach of the Wallabies
     20 Oct: A mixture of feelings from the All Blacks after booting Ireland out of the rugby World Cup
     20 Oct: The All Blacks have advanced to the second-to-last stage of the Rugby World Cup, with a resounding victory over what was thought to be their most challenging opponent - Ireland - 46-14
     20 Oct: Australia are heading home from the rugby World Cup after suffering a heavy 40-16 quarter-final defeat at the hands of England
     19 Oct: All Blacks wing Sevu Reece is thanking Richie Mo'unga for taking him under his wing
     19 Oct: The Silver Ferns can see some synergy between their World Cup journey and the All Blacks' current endeavour in Japan
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    There are cordons in place in the Christchurch suburb of Hornby as police investigate what they are calling a family harm incident 22:47

    Rugby:
    Wales is the third team into the Rugby World Cup semi-finals after a 20-19 win over France in Oita  22:37

    Auckland:
    A young boy is Auckland's Starship Hospital with critical injuries after a motocross accident 21:17

    International:
    How did Indonesia's Jokowi and Prabowo go from enemies to best mates? 21:07

    Rugby:
    Michael Cheika has resigned as coach of the Wallabies 20:57

    International:
    Nazi-era air raid bunker to be turned into luxury hotel in Hamburg 19:17

    Soccer:
    Wellington Phoenix captain Steven Taylor thinks his side's latest signing fills a massive hole within the team 18:57

    Basketball:
    A dominant first half has given the Breakers the halftime lead in their Australian basketball league match against the Sydney Kings in Auckland 18:07

    Law and Order:
    Two people have been arrested following a serious assault in Mangere yesterday 18:07

    Netball:
    For the second consecutive time this Constellation Cup series, the Silver Ferns have beaten Australia by a solitary goal 17:37


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