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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 11:11 pm 
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Defeated USA 16-10 to qualify. Great result for them. Full match replay: https://www.facebook.com/RugbyLeagueJam ... 404909379/






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headhunter wrote:Defeated USA 16-10 to qualify. Great result for them. Full match replay: https://www.facebook.com/RugbyLeagueJam ... 404909379/


Interesting result. Jamaica had too many professionals and semi-professionals for the USA.

If only the two nations could develop some home grown professional players. On this display they will both be smashed in the World Cup not only by the top nations, but also by the second tier nations like PNG.






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Thrilled for the Jamaicans, who barely have two dollars to rub together for their domestic game. Let's hope this will produce more funding and commercial deals. They certainly have the raw talent. Their target for this World Cup will be the third tier nations, like France.

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mapleyther wrote:Thrilled for the Jamaicans, who barely have two dollars to rub together for their domestic game. Let's hope this will produce more funding and commercial deals. They certainly have the raw talent. Their target for this World Cup will be the third tier nations, like France.


France is a second tier nation and it will smash Jamaica.






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What were the teams?






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USA Hawks 19-man squad:
Nick Newlin (Atlanta Rhinos), Ryan Burroughs (Barrow Raiders), Brandon Anderson, Jamil Robinson (Brooklyn Kings), Jerome Veve (Burleigh Bears), Haveatama “Joel” Luani (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs), Chris Wiggins (Delaware Black Foxes), Bureta Faraimo (Hull FC), Kyle Grinold, David Washington (Jacksonville Axemen), Chris Frazier (NOVA Eagles), Kyle Denham (Philadelphia Fight), Andrew Kneisly (Philadelphia Fight), Cory Makelim, Mark Offerdahl (Sheffield Eagles), Connor Donehue (Sunshine Coast Falcons), Joe Eichner (Junee Diesels), Danny Howard (Wentworth Magpies), Kristian Freed (Wests Mitchelton)

Dunno their final line-up, nor Jamaica's although BJB & Ash Golding played for the latter.






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