4.44am EDT04:44Final thoughtsAnd with that, we’ll leave the players, fans and staff to their celebrations, which are certain to continue deep into the Melbourne night. Victory simply stifled Sydney from the very first whistle tonight – they hassled, they harried, they wanted the ball more, and they reaped the rewards.
Forty-five years. Not that many of you will need reminding but that’s how long it’s been since England (well, Great Britain to be precise, but let’s keep that Pandora’s Box sealed) last held the Paul Barrière Trophy as Rugby League World Cup winners. Forty-five years! That’s a long time.
Welcome one and all to this live blog of Tonga v England in the second of the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals. Last night in Brisbane, in the first semi-final, Australia steamrolled Fiji 54-6, with Kangaroos winger Valentine Holmes bagging himself an astonishing six tries. Over the next two hours in Auckland, Tonga and England will compete for the right to face the Aussies in next Saturday night’s final in Brisbane.
AIDS survivor Deanna Blegg, 48, became a world class endurance athlete before a 2016 breast cancer diagnosis. She's just competed in 24hr obstacle race in US, finishing fourth woman and 16th overall (out of 1400), covering 130km! A remarkable woman with an incredible story. https://t.co/elGz9KKCNd
AIDS survivor Deanna Blegg, 48, became one of the world’s best endurance athletes and then had to fight her way back to peak fitness after a battle with breast cancer. A remarkable person with an incredible story: https://t.co/elGz9KKCNd
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Selecting a term
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