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

It 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 ...

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

Mal 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.

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

IF 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 ...

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

Shaun 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 ...

Kiwis to play Australia in final - Otago Daily Times

David 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 ...

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

Scotland 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 ...

Kiwis unhappy over Derwent Park - Love Rugby League

New 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 ...