Rugby League FOUR NATIONS - WEEK FOUR - FINAL

TerryGaines

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Dylan Walker of Australia is tackled by Simon Mannering and Shaun Kenny-Dowall of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Dylan Walker of Australia is tackled by Simon Mannering and Shaun Kenny-Dowall of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Dylan Walker of Australia is tackled by Simon Mannering and Shaun Kenny-Dowall of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

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Greg Bird of Australia looks on after losing the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Greg Inglis of Australia congratulates head coach Stephen Kearney of New Zealand after the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Dylan Walker of Australia looks on after losing the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hannah Peters/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Manu Vatuvei of New Zealand and Greg Eastwood of New Zealand celebrate after winning the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Shaun Kenny-Dowall of New Zealand is tackled by Greg Bird of Australia during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Greg Eastwood of New Zealand is tackled by Corey Parker of Australia during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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TerryGaines

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Greg Inglis of Australia is tackled by Kevin Proctor of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
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TerryGaines

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Josh Mansour of Australia is tackled by Shaun Johnson (L), Dean Whare and Kevin Proctor (R) of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Josh Mansour of Australia is tackled by Shaun Johnson (L), Dean Whare and Kevin Proctor (R) of New Zealand during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

TerryGaines

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Josh Jackson of Australia looks on after a try by Manu Vatuvei of New Zealand was scored during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hannah Peters/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

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The Four Nations trophy on display during the Four Nations Final between the New Zealand Kiwis and the Australian Kangaroos at Westpac Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.
(November 14, 2014 - Source: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images AsiaPac)
 

S J

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AUSTRALIA coach Tim Sheens is fighting to save his job after the Kiwis clinched Four Nations supremacy with a 22-18 victory in a gripping final on Saturday night.

The Kangaroos will officially retain the No.1 ranking but New Zealand have bona fide claims to pole position, securing their fourth series trophy over Australia in nine years.

Before a crowd of 25,183 at Westpac Stadium, the Kiwis prevailed in a superb Test match, overcoming a 6-0 deficit to inflict another chink in the Kangaroos’ armour.

NEW ZEALAND 22 (M Vatuvei 2 S Johnson J Nightingale tries S Johnson 3 goals) bt AUSTRALIA 18 (B Hunt M Jennings S Mata’utia tries C Smith 3 goals) at Westpac Stadium. Referee: Phil Bentham. Crowd: 25,183.
 

S J

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AUSTRALIA coach Tim Sheens is fighting to save his job after the Kiwis clinched Four Nations supremacy with a 22-18 victory in a gripping final on Saturday night.

The Kangaroos will officially retain the No.1 ranking but New Zealand have bona fide claims to pole position, securing their fourth series trophy over Australia in nine years.

Before a crowd of 25,183 at Westpac Stadium, the Kiwis prevailed in a superb Test match, overcoming a 6-0 deficit to inflict another chink in the Kangaroos’ armour.

NEW ZEALAND 22 (M Vatuvei 2 S Johnson J Nightingale tries S Johnson 3 goals) bt AUSTRALIA 18 (B Hunt M Jennings S Mata’utia tries C Smith 3 goals) at Westpac Stadium. Referee: Phil Bentham. Crowd: 25,183.
I guess it is the coach's fault .... he was missing 10 - 15 top players - and made the final - but lets sack him anyway ... :)
 

TerryGaines

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I guess it is the coach's fault .... he was missing 10 - 15 top players - and made the final - but lets sack him anyway ... :)
He'll be back.

How 'bout that Nightingale! When ever you watch Saints v Warriors, Nightingale is easily the best Kiwi on the paddock.
 
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