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Four Nations final takes back seat as Kiwis turn attention back home after earthquake - Stuff.co.nz;

Four Nations final takes back seat as Kiwis turn attention back home after earthquake - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzFour Nations final takes back seat as Kiwis turn attention back home after earthquakeStuff.co.nzLewis Brown is hopeful the draw against Scotland will serve as a 'wake-up call' for the Kiwis. They may have scraped through to the Four Nations final in the UK but that was the last thing on the minds of the Kiwis squad as they digested the news of ...and more »

Quake leaves Kiwis team rattled - Radio New Zealand;

Quake leaves Kiwis team rattled - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandQuake leaves Kiwis team rattledRadio New ZealandMonday morning's 7.5 north Canterbury earthquake has impacted personally on several members of the Kiwis team as they prepare for their Four Nations rugby league final in England. 01/11/2015 - Rugby League - England v New Zealand, 1st Test.and more »

Jordan Kahu: Ditched Kangaroos v England game to go shopping - Radio Sport

Jordan Kahu: Ditched Kangaroos v England game to go shoppingRadio SportKiwis utility Jordan Kahu has admitted that he chose to go shopping instead of watching the Four Nations game that would decide his team's fate in the tournament on Sunday morning. The Kiwis needed Australia to beat England in the final round-robin ...and more »

Four Nations 2016: New Zealand rugby league players went Walkabout for loaded clash - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Four Nations 2016: New Zealand rugby league players went Walkabout for loaded clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldFour Nations 2016: New Zealand rugby league players went Walkabout for loaded clashThe Sydney Morning HeraldIt must have been a strange sight: three big name New Zealand rugby league stars standing in an Australian-themed bar cheering the Kangaroos. But if you'd been at the Walkabout in Manchester on Sunday afternoon, that's exactly what you would have ...and more »

Australia quick to dismiss form guide - NRL.COM;

Australia quick to dismiss form guide - NRL.COM

NRL.COMAustralia quick to dismiss form guideNRL.COMOn paper Australia are heavy favourites to claim their third Four Nations title this weekend at Anfield, but Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga and captain Cameron Smith aren't buying it. Draw Widget - Grand Final - Australia vs New Zealand. The green and ...and more »

NZ still the team to beat: Cronk - Wide World of Sports;

NZ still the team to beat: Cronk - Wide World of Sports

Wide World of SportsNZ still the team to beat: CronkWide World of SportsMal Meninga has prevailed in the battle of the Queensland greats with his Australia side ending the Four Nations campaign of Wayne Bennett's England with a 36-18 win in London. 1 / 21. +><. Kangaroos smash England NOW. Kangaroos smash England.and more »

New Zealand still the best in the world, says Australia's Cooper Cronk - SkySports;

New Zealand still the best in the world, says Australia's Cooper Cronk - SkySports

SkySportsNew Zealand still the best in the world, says Australia's Cooper CronkSkySportsAustralia scrum-half Cooper Cronk still believes New Zealand are the best team in the world despite their 18-18 draw with Scotland on Friday. The shock result in Workington left the Kiwis in danger of missing out on a place in the Four Nations final ...and more »

Mal Meninga's Kangaroos wary of New Zealand in Four Nations final - dailytelegraph.com.au;

Mal Meninga's Kangaroos wary of New Zealand in Four Nations final - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auMal Meninga's Kangaroos wary of New Zealand in Four Nations finaldailytelegraph.com.auMAL Meninga says the Kiwis will feel like they have a second chance. Skipper Cameron Smith believes you do not have to look too far back for a reminder of how the Kangaroos have been stung by the Kiwis. The Kiwis are rank outsiders as they prepare to ...and more »

Kiwis need to lift to have a chance in Four Nations final, ex-coaches say - Stuff.co.nz;

Kiwis need to lift to have a chance in Four Nations final, ex-coaches say - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzKiwis need to lift to have a chance in Four Nations final, ex-coaches sayStuff.co.nzKiwis halfback Shaun Johnson will have to be at his best in the Four Nations final. Whether they were complacent or not, the Kiwis' 18-all draw against Scotland in the Four Nations was just the kick up the bum they needed before the final, former Kiwi ...and more »

Four Nations Highs, Lows and Big Blows: Australia v England and New Zealand v Scotland - Fox Sports;

Four Nations Highs, Lows and Big Blows: Australia v England and New Zealand v Scotland - Fox Sports

Fox SportsFour Nations Highs, Lows and Big Blows: Australia v England and New Zealand v ScotlandFox SportsIF the Four Nations were a pop song, the chorus would sing 'there aint no party like a Scotland party'. After making history following an 18-all draw with world no.1 ranked New Zealand over the weekend, the Scottish had plenty to celebrate. After all ...and more »

Rugby league: Shaun Johnson gets special support for final - New Zealand Herald

Rugby league: Shaun Johnson gets special support for finalNew Zealand HeraldShaun Johnson will have special support in the Four Nations final on Sunday (Monday NZT), with girlfriend Kayla Cullen making the journey to Europe for the match. The Silver Ferns player had booked tickets for the trip some time ago, but had them on ...and more »

Best 17 confirmed for Kangaroos - NRL.COM;

Best 17 confirmed for Kangaroos - NRL.COM

NRL.COMBest 17 confirmed for KangaroosNRL.COMAfter putting together a comprehensive performance to down England 36-18 on Monday morning (AEDT), Australia believe they have found the right mix to take on the Kiwis in this weekend's Four Nations final. Coach Mal Meninga rotated his team through ...and more »

Kiwis to play Australia in final - Otago Daily Times;

Kiwis to play Australia in final - Otago Daily Times

Otago Daily TimesKiwis to play Australia in finalOtago Daily TimesDavid Kidwell and the Kiwis will be a very relieved group. The New Zealand team is into their third Four Nations final, after the Kangaroos took care of England 36-18 on Monday morning. It's a fortunate escape for the Kiwis, who had put themselves in a ...and more »

Scotland's NRL stars warn: There's more where that came from - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Scotland's NRL stars warn: There's more where that came from - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldScotland's NRL stars warn: There's more where that came fromThe Sydney Morning HeraldScotland's jubilant NRL stars have warned they are primed for more upsets in the World Cup next year as a clutch of countries close in on rugby league's big three of New Zealand, Australia and England.and more »

Andrew Johns slams Kiwis' attitude and questions Shaun Johnson's role at halfback - Stuff.co.nz;

Andrew Johns slams Kiwis' attitude and questions Shaun Johnson's role at halfback - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzAndrew Johns slams Kiwis' attitude and questions Shaun Johnson's role at halfbackStuff.co.nzAndrew Johns has fired up in the wake of New Zealand's embarrassing 18-all draw with Scotland, saying their attitude "stunk" as well as questioning Shaun Johnson's role as a halfback. The Australian league legend said the Kiwis were "awful" after ...and more »

Four Nations: Steve McCormack eyes Scotland domestic legacy - BBC Sport;

Four Nations: Steve McCormack eyes Scotland domestic legacy - BBC Sport

BBC SportFour Nations: Steve McCormack eyes Scotland domestic legacyBBC SportScotland can develop a strong domestic rugby league legacy on the back of their Four Nations draw with New Zealand, says coach Steve McCormack. The 13-man code is a minority sport in Scotland, but their coach thinks Friday's 18-18 draw with the world's ...and more »

Scotland hope draw with New Zealand will be 13-man breakthrough - SkySports;

Scotland hope draw with New Zealand will be 13-man breakthrough - SkySports

SkySportsScotland hope draw with New Zealand will be 13-man breakthroughSkySportsScotland coach Steve McCormack is hoping his team's stunning draw with world No 1 side New Zealand will help achieve a breakthrough for rugby league north of the border. The 13-man code remains a minority sport in Scotland despite the Bravehearts ...and more »

Kiwis unhappy over Derwent Park - Love Rugby League;

Kiwis unhappy over Derwent Park - Love Rugby League

Love Rugby LeagueKiwis unhappy over Derwent ParkLove Rugby LeagueNew Zealand have questioned why their Four Nations clash with Scotland was played at Derwent Park in Workington. The Kiwis and Bravehearts played out a historic 18-18 draw there last night. Now known as Zebra Claims Stadium, the ground holds 10,000 ...and more »

Bravehearts live up to name in NZ draw - NRL.COM;

Bravehearts live up to name in NZ draw - NRL.COM

NRL.COMBravehearts live up to name in NZ drawNRL.COMSt George Illawarra centre Euan Aitken has scored a try at the death to secure Scotland an 18-all draw with New Zealand in the Four Nations in Workington on Friday. It's the first time one of the so-called minnow nations has taken a point off one of ...and more »

WATCH: Chaotic scenes in Scotland dressing room after Kiwis draw - Sporting News;

WATCH: Chaotic scenes in Scotland dressing room after Kiwis draw - Sporting News

Sporting NewsWATCH: Chaotic scenes in Scotland dressing room after Kiwis drawSporting NewsNovember 11, 2016 10:26pm EST November 11, 2016 10:12pm EST The side belted out of of the most enthusiastic renditions of 'The Flower of Scotland' you have ever seen. Trent Henderson. Published on Nov. 11, 2016. Nov. 11, 2016. It may have been a ...and more »