The usual autumn internationals are set to be replaced by a festival of rugby, which will see Fiji and Japan competing against the Six Nations teams. Only one final did not have an attendance over 30,000, this being the 2014 edition. Tom Briscoe (England), Chris Heighington (England), Richard Myler (England), Jack Reed (England), Lee Smith (England), Kallum Watkins (England), Elliott Whitehead (England), Liam Farrell (England), Nathan Fien (New Zealand), Bryson Goodwin (New Zealand), Benji Marshall (New Zealand), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (New Zealand), Frank Pritchard (New Zealand), Jeremy Smith (New Zealand), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (New Zealand), David Fusitu'a (New Zealand), Jordan Kahu (New Zealand), Pita Godinet (Samoa), Elliot Kear (Wales), Emmanuel Yere (Papua New Guinea), Josh Charnley (England), Kyle Eastmond (England), Gareth Ellis (England), James Roby (England), James Graham (England), Michael Shenton (England), Kevin Sinfield (England), Joel Tomkins (England), Kirk Yeaman (England), Ben Harrison (England), Mark Percival (England), Luke Gale (England), Kane Bentley (France), Vincent Duport (France), Olivier Elima (France), Sébastien Martins (France), James Wynne (France), Lewis Brown (New Zealand), Greg Eastwood (New Zealand), Kalifa Faifai Loa (New Zealand), Kieran Foran (New Zealand), Issac Luke (New Zealand), Kevin Locke, Simon Mannering (New Zealand), Ben Matulino (New Zealand), Kevin Proctor (New Zealand), Dean Whare (New Zealand), Solomone Kata (New Zealand), Macali Aizue (Papua New Guinea), Glen Nami (Papua New Guinea), David Fa'alogo (Samoa), Joseph Leilua (Samoa), Isaac Liu (Samoa), Tautau Moga (Samoa), Ben Roberts (Samoa), Tim Simona (Samoa), Antonio Winterstein (Samoa), Jordan James (Wales), Rhys Williams (Wales), Ryan Brierley (Scotland), Ben Kavanagh (Scotland), Kane Linnett (Scotland), Matty Russell (Scotland), Dale Ferguson (Scotland), Lewis Tierney (Scotland), Ben Hellewell (Scotland), Euan Aitken (Scotland). Breakdown master: Wasps back-rower Jack Willis in England training (Getty Images). The Four Nations is a top rugby league tournament featuring four of the strongest international sides in the game. Samoa came close to a win in 2014 losing their first two games by just one try. Saturday … That same year, it was announced that the winner of the 2014 European Cup would qualify for the 2016 Four Nations, the winning team being Scotland who qualified on points difference by just 3 points over France. The Rugby League Four Nations (known as the Ladbrokes Four Nations in 2016, for sponsorship purposes), is a biennial rugby league football tournament run in partnership between the Australian Rugby League Commission, Rugby Football League and New Zealand Rugby League representing the top three nations in the sport: Australia, England and New Zealand. Teams receive: For and against then separates teams on equal points. You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door. The final for the 2016 tournament took place at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, as compared to Elland Road, Leeds, in 2009 and 2011. England replaced Great Britain as the third nation and the fourth nation has to qualify, depending on where the tournament is being played the fourth nation is either from the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. There has only been two draws in the history of the tournament when Australia and New Zealand fought out a 20–20 draw in the 2009 tournament and again a draw when New Zealand played Scotland in the 2016 tournament with an 18–18 draw. Ellis Genge New Zealand beat Australia in the final. "These matches will be greatly anticipated by all, and I would like to thank unions, the international and club competitions and players for their input and the fans for their patience as we have sought to get international rugby back up and running.". Owen Farrell Mako Vunipola Both Samoa and Scotland have had 8 try-scorers each, making them the 'fourth nations' with the most players scoring. Max Malins The largest total stadium capacity was 214,500 in 2010 despite this tournament having the lowest stadium occupancy with 64.10%. Lewis Ludlam Rugby Union Jamie George Jones’s 36-man squad includes only the second man to win 100 caps for England, Ben Youngs, and Gallagher Premiership Player of the Season Jack Willis.
Enjoy the luxury of home delivery and never miss an issue << Saturday 14 Nov, England v Georgia, 3pm, Twickenham Live on Amazon Prime (UK) & Premier Sports (Republic of Ireland) Round Two. Charlie Ewels PNG qualified as the fourth nation through the 2009 Pacific Cup. Elliot Daly "Agreement and approval of this schedule is exciting for players and fans and an important step in supporting our unions in mitigating financial impact and optimising the sport's return from the pandemic in an equitable way. The largest change between two tournaments was between 2009 and 2010 which saw an 18.45% increase or an average of 3,060. Rugby Championship . The competition was played in the Southern Hemisphere for the first time since 2010 with Samoa qualifying as the fourth nation. World Rugby vice-chairman Bernard Laporte said: "Today represents an important day for our sport as the first steps towards recovery from the global COVID-19 pandemic. World Rugby added that "special measures will need to be implemented to deal with any government-required isolation period prior to the start of the competition".
Ben Earl The highest points-scorers who are not goal kickers are Jason Nightingale and Ryan Hall who have both scored 44 points from 11 tries and are the joint sixth highest points scorers. After playing each other once, the teams would play-off against the corresponding-ranked side in the other pool. Tom Curry Jacob Umaga The fourth nation alternates between Europe and the Pacific and to date each tournament has seen a different team take part. Who has Eddie Jones selected for the four matches in November and December? Rugby League European Cup decides the qualifier from Europe and the Pacific Rugby League International decides the qualifier from the Pacific. Joe Launchbury Championship. The next Four Nations was played in 2014 after the World Cup. Four of these games were tournament finals in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2016. Ollie Thorley Anthony Watson (ankle) and Jack Singleton (hamstring) have both been ruled out of the Georgia fixture, while Elliot Daly and Joe Marler have both returned from injury. Likewise in 2010, the European Nations Cup decided the fourth participant in the 2011 tournament, Wales.  The tournament replaced the previous Tri-Nations format by including a fourth nation that qualifies by winning their respective regional competition in a rotation between Europe and the South Pacific. The next tournament took place in England in 2016. Over the history of the competition 125 players have scored tries.
Henry Slade A full list of contents for the December 2020 issue of Rugby World magazine, This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google, Get Christmas sorted with a Rugby World subscription and you get a £5 M&S gift card, LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS. George Furbank Australia has had the most try-scorers with 39 different players scoring. Furthermore, no fourth nation has even won a single game however Scotland managed to draw 18–18 against New Zealand in 2016. Each team plays the others once, before the top two teams play each other in a tournament final. France accepted an invitation to play in the inaugural tournament in 2009. Billy Vunipola 2011 was the third consecutive tournament being held in England and Wales, Wales qualified by winning the 2010 European Championship. The highest try-scorer from a 'fourth nation' is Daniel Vidot from Samoa who scored 3 tries in the 2014 competition. Dates, kick-off times and TV details for England’s four Autumn Nations Cup matches… Round One >> Get Christmas sorted with a Rugby World subscription and you get a £5 M&S gift card. South Africa stick to tried and trusted game plan. The 2020 Six Nations is scheduled to conclude on 31 October. As of April 2020[update], the tournament has not been played since 2016. Ollie Lawrence The tournament replaced the previous … Beno Obano Enjoy the luxury of home delivery and never miss an issue <<, Saturday 14 Nov, England v Georgia, 3pm, Twickenham Live on Amazon Prime (UK) & Premier Sports (Republic of Ireland), Saturday 21 Nov, England v Ireland, 3pm, Twickenham Live on Amazon Prime (UK), Channel 4 & RTE (Republic of Ireland), Saturday 28 Nov, Wales v England, 4pm, Parc y Scarlets Live on Amazon Prime (UK), Premier Sports (Republic of Ireland) & S4C, Sunday 6 Dec, England v TBD, 2pm, Twickenham Live on Amazon Prime (UK) & Premier Sports (Republic of Ireland). The final was a repeat of 2009 with Australia beating England. Australia won for the third time in five tournaments, defeating New Zealand in the final.
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