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Old Oct 13th 2004, 5:05 pm
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This autumn, the three giants of world Rugby League will be battling it out to be the first winners of the Gillette Tri-Nations.

Great Britain Lions, Australia Kangaroos and New Zealand Kiwis face each other in this exciting new international tournament, with the top two teams qualifying for the Final at Elland Road Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 27 November 2004.

The tournament will start six weeks earlier with the first game between Australia and New Zealand. This will be staged at North Harbour Stadium, in New Zealand, on the same weekend as the Tetley's Rugby Super League Grand Final with all subsequent matches then taking place in the UK.

The first of these comes seven days later when those two nations meet again at Loftus Road Stadium, London.

Also, in an exciting first for the sport of Rugby League, the magnificent City of Manchester Stadium (2002 Commonwealth Games venue) will play host to Game 3 in the Gillette Tri-Nations between Great Britain and Australia.

The tournament’s other host venues are Huddersfield's newly named Galpharm Stadium, the JJB Stadium in Wigan and the Kingston Communications Stadium in Hull.

Take advantage of fantastic special offers only through Rugby League Events (0870 990 1313) including one offer that allows an adult to see the Final for as little as £10 - when you purchase an adult ticket to one of the other games in the tournament, staged in the UK. (terms & conditions apply)

With a feast of entertainment off the field and the stars of Rugby League on it, demand has been massive, so book now to avoid disappointment.

24-hour booking available on 0870 990 1313

 
Old Oct 13th 2004, 5:13 pm
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Far Quinnell are you the official spokesperson, whats the pay like ???
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Old Oct 13th 2004, 8:09 pm
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Originally Posted by Lathlain
This autumn, the three giants of world Rugby League will be battling it out to be the first winners of the Gillette Tri-Nations.
So what's your prediction anyway? Typical, just as you leave the country, a tournament like this comes along Haven't heard from you for a while, how's the 'new life' going?
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Old Oct 13th 2004, 11:49 pm
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Originally Posted by Lathlain
This autumn, the three giants of world Rugby League will be battling it out to be the first winners of the Gillette Tri-Nations.

Great Britain Lions, Australia Kangaroos and New Zealand Kiwis face each other in this exciting new international tournament, with the top two teams qualifying for the Final at Elland Road Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 27 November 2004.

The tournament will start six weeks earlier with the first game between Australia and New Zealand. This will be staged at North Harbour Stadium, in New Zealand, on the same weekend as the Tetley's Rugby Super League Grand Final with all subsequent matches then taking place in the UK.

The first of these comes seven days later when those two nations meet again at Loftus Road Stadium, London.

Also, in an exciting first for the sport of Rugby League, the magnificent City of Manchester Stadium (2002 Commonwealth Games venue) will play host to Game 3 in the Gillette Tri-Nations between Great Britain and Australia.

The tournament’s other host venues are Huddersfield's newly named Galpharm Stadium, the JJB Stadium in Wigan and the Kingston Communications Stadium in Hull.

Take advantage of fantastic special offers only through Rugby League Events (0870 990 1313) including one offer that allows an adult to see the Final for as little as £10 - when you purchase an adult ticket to one of the other games in the tournament, staged in the UK. (terms & conditions apply)

With a feast of entertainment off the field and the stars of Rugby League on it, demand has been massive, so book now to avoid disappointment.

24-hour booking available on 0870 990 1313

Well here goes another prediction, heart says the Lions, but the Roos I fear may be to strong. However the Roos are going over with a few debutants, so you never know.......

Roos
Lions
Kiwis

In that order, hope I'm wrong again

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Old Oct 14th 2004, 3:55 pm
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Originally Posted by wmoore
So what's your prediction anyway? Typical, just as you leave the country, a tournament like this comes along Haven't heard from you for a while, how's the 'new life' going?
Ive been in Perth for nearly 2 months now and yes its so ironic that there is this happening, with a cracker of a game at The City of Manchester Stadium between GB and OZ!

Its lovely here, more rugby league for Perth is needed!
 

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