International rugby league will return to Liverpool in 2018 when Anfield hosts England's second Test against New Zealand. The home of Liverpool FC attracted over 40,000 spectators for the final of the Four Nations between Australia and the Kiwis in 2016. The Test is scheduled for the afternoon of Saturday, November 2018 and will be preceded by a game between the two sides at Hull's KCOM Stadium a week earlier.
Warrington playmaker Kevin Brown has forced his way into the England team to face Papua New Guinea in Sunday's World Cup quarter-final in Melbourne. Brown was left out of the side for England's first two games of the tournament against Australia and Lebanon. However, a fine performance in the 36-6 win over France at the weekend has seen the 33-year-old rewarded with a starting spot against the Kumuls.
Co-writing songs is more commonplace in bluegrass music than it used to be, but it is by no means new. Some of the best-known songs recorded by the legendary Bill Monroe band of 1946-47 were co-written by Lester Flatt and Bill Monroe, Little Cabin Home on the Hill, for example. On the less artistically satisfying side of co-writing, almost all current country hits were co-written, often by three or more people, making it almost a committee process.
@SteveViking62 Yes. Some part of the ball has to be in contact with it when you take a corner. It used to be the ball had to be mostly inside it but they decided to give the players a bit more room for maneouvre without making the world's groundsman change the quadrant size. Was it a trick Q?!
Good doco on Channel4's @UnreportedWorld on appalling treatment of teenagers in detention centre in Australia. Actually, @RT_com showed a similar doco months ago but they probably made it up to destabilise Australia!
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