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Siliva Havili says this is a chance to enrich the lives of people back in their homeland, where "there is nothing".

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/nrl/siliva-havili-making-a-difference-for-his-tongan-homeland-20181018-p50ad2.html

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Tonga coach Kristian Woolf is adamant his players will not be overawed by the occasion when they finally get the chance to test themselves against Australia.

More: http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/107980944/Tonga-get-royal-stamp-of-approval-as-they-look-to-make-most-of-big-chance-against-Kangaroos

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John Hopoate will return to the football field just months after receiving a 10-year ban from rugby league.

More: http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/league/107983183/John-Hopoate-to-play-in-Legends-of-League-despite-10-year-ban-from-the-sport

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AS the old saying goes defence wins premierships. Just ask the Roosters who were the best defensive team in 2018 and went on to win the title.

More: https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/nrls-team-of-top-tacklers-for-their-position-in-season-2018/news-story/2dca8d2ab87b5274e13c1d12416b6f6d

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National Rugby League News / Keary ready to lead Roos' bounce back
« Last post by RNA on Today at 01:17:16 PM »
His Kangaroos debut lasted just 17 minutes but Luke Keary is ready to leave an indelible mark on the international stage, according to coach Mal Meninga.

Australia will look to bounce back from a surprise two-point defeat to New Zealand last week when they meet Tonga for the first time on Saturday.

And Keary will be a certain starter after recovering from a concussion and training strongly in Friday's captain's run in Auckland.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/luke-keary-cleared-for-tonga-test-meninga/59b62889-88a5-459d-a4bd-a8dd49975b9d

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Kristian Woolf and Sika Manu praised the decision of the two stars to represent Tonga.

More: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/sport/league/watch-tonga-coach-captain-hail-impact-jason-taumalolo-andrew-fifita

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The Raiders will move a home match to Wagga in May next year as part of an NRL initiative.

More: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/nrl/canberra-raiders-lock-in-date-for-wagga-wagga-nrl-match-20181019-p50apz.html

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National Rugby League News / Panthers, Dragons and Raiders bush bound
« Last post by RNA on Today at 12:52:51 PM »
Penrith, St George Illawarra and Canberra will all take games to regional NSW as part of next year's NRL draw, with at least one more bush game still expected to be added.

The NRL confirmed the dates for the Panthers, Dragons and Raiders games in Bathurst, Mudgee and Wagga Wagga respectively, with all to fall in the first 10 rounds of the competition.

It comes after three games were also played in NSW regional centres last year, up by two on previous years following the City-Country fixture being scrapped.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/panthers-dragons-and-raiders-bush-bound/7c6c3ad4-8471-4ce2-ab2c-ed5cc93a0c70

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Canberra Raiders NRL Team / Panthers, Dragons and Raiders bush bound
« Last post by Raidercast on Today at 12:52:49 PM »
Penrith, St George Illawarra and Canberra will all take games to regional NSW as part of next year's NRL draw, with at least one more bush game still expected to be added.

The NRL confirmed the dates for the Panthers, Dragons and Raiders games in Bathurst, Mudgee and Wagga Wagga respectively, with all to fall in the first 10 rounds of the competition.

It comes after three games were also played in NSW regional centres last year, up by two on previous years following the City-Country fixture being scrapped.

More: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/panthers-dragons-and-raiders-bush-bound/7c6c3ad4-8471-4ce2-ab2c-ed5cc93a0c70

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