Australia vs England in rugby league is a rivalry between the Australia national rugby league team and the England national rugby league team in the sport of rugby league. The first test match between the two sides was in 1975, with a 10–10 draw being the result. Before 1975, Australia used to play England in Kangaroo tour games.
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Unissued / Unused material. England versus Australia in third test rugby league. England win 20-7. LS shot of the ground. LS teams taking the field. CU's as...
Group Game from the 95 World Cup at Wembley
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(12 Nov 1970) Australia beat Great Britain 12-7 in the final of the Rugby League World Cup. It's one of the roughest internationals seen for years, with 14 c...
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England v Australia - Autumn Internationals. One of the oldest and biggest rivalries in world sport, never mind rugby - any meeting with Australia is to be savoured. Australia will head to south west London in a repeat of the 2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final which England won 40-16. It will be the eighth time England have faced Australia under head coach Eddie Jones and the fourth time on home soil.
Australia (20 titles) The Ashes series, similar to the cricket series of the same name, is a best-of-three series of test matches between the English (previously British) and Australian national rugby league football teams. It has been contested 39 times from 1908 until 2003 largely with hosting rights alternating between the two countries.
Love this, Ben Westwood (No.12) is proper going for it
England V Australia Rugby League World Cup Final Programme 1995. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class Large Letter.
1 May 2020. 1 May 2020. From the section. Rugby League. This autumn's third England v Australia Test is due to be played at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Rugby league would be "naive" to think major...