2016 Rugby League Four Nations

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2016 (2016) Four Nations  ()
Host country  England
Winner  Australia (3rd title)

Matches played 7
Attendance 132,655 (18,951 per match)
Points scored 259 (37 per match)
Tries scored 47 (6.71 per match)
Top scorer Australia Johnathan Thurston (32)
Top try scorer Australia Blake Ferguson
Australia Josh Dugan
(4 Tries Each)
 < 2014
2018

The 2016 Rugby League Four Nations tournament (also known as the 2016 Ladbrokes Rugby League Four Nations)[1] was the fifth staging of the Rugby League Four Nations tournament and was played in England in October and November. The series was contested by Australia, England, New Zealand and Scotland, who qualified for their first Four Nations by winning the 2014 European Cup.[2]. It was won by Australia, who defeated New Zealand in the final.

History

The 2016 tournament is the fifth Four Nations series to be planned before the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, with the venues rotating between Europe and the South Pacific.

In addition to automatic inclusions Australia, England and New Zealand, Scotland qualified for the tournament by defeating France in the final of the 2014 European Cup.

England have previously co-hosted tournaments with other European nations and the RFL planned to take a game up into Scotland but backed down and decided to take games to other venues.[3]

The redeveloped 54,074 capacity Anfield Stadium hosted the Four Nations Final. This was the first time in 19 years the venue had held a rugby league match. Three rugby league games have been played at Anfield before. The final was the first ever international rugby league match held at the venue.[4]

Venues

The games were played at the following venues in England. The tournament final was played at Anfield.

Liverpool London Coventry
Anfield London Stadium Ricoh Arena
Capacity: 54,074 Capacity: 66,000 Capacity: 32,609
Anfield, 20 October 2012.jpg 2015 Rugby World Cup, France vs. Romania (21048401024).jpg Ricoh Arena - geograph.org.uk - 901396.jpg
Huddersfield Hull Workington
John Smith's Stadium KC Lightstream Stadium Zebra Claims Stadium
Capacity: 24,500 Capacity: 12,225 Capacity: 10,000
Galpharm Stadium - geograph.org.uk - 312658.jpg Roger Millward West Stand.jpg Scotland v Italy 2013 RLWC (Derwent Park 3).jpg

Match officials

Referees Touch judges Video Referees
Australia Ben Cummins England James Child Australia Bernard Sutton
England Robert Hicks England Joe Cobb England Ben Thaler
Australia Gerard Sutton England Mick Craven
England Ben Thaler New Zealand Anthony Elliot
England Chris Kendall

Teams

Country Previous appearances in tournament Continent
 Australia 4 (2009*, 2010, 2011*, 2014) Oceania
 England 4 (2009, 2010, 2011, 2014) Europe
 New Zealand 4 (2009, 2010*, 2011, 2014*) Oceania
 Scotland 0 (Debut) Europe

* Denotes winner of tournament event.

Standings

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1  Australia W 3 3 0 0 104 38 +66 6
2  New Zealand 3 1 1 1 43 48 –5 3
3  England 3 1 0 2 72 65 +7 2
4  Scotland 3 0 1 2 42 110 –68 1
  • By holding New Zealand to an 18–18 draw in the third round, Scotland became the first 'fourth nation' to score a championship point in the history of the tournament.

Results

Round 1

Friday, 28 October
8:00pm (UTC)
Australia  54–12  Scotland
Tries:
Cronk (10', 15') 2
Mansour (26', 35') 2
Ferguson (6') 1
Maloney (13') 1
Dugan (44') 1
Frizell (66') 1
Morgan (69') 1
Trbojevic (79') 1
Goals:
Maloney 7/10
(11', 14', 16', 45', 67', 70', 80')
1st: 30 – 6
2nd: 24 – 6
Report
Tries:
1 (39') Brierley
1 (59') Kavanagh
Goals:
2/2 Brough
(40', 60')
KC Lightstream Stadium, Hull[5]
Attendance: 5,337
Referee: England Ben Thaler
Man of the Match: Australian colours.svg Matt Moylan
Australia
Scotland
FB 1 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Matt Moylan
RW 2 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Josh Mansour
RC 3 North Queensland colours.svg Justin O'Neill
LC 4 St. George colours.svg Josh Dugan
LW 5 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Blake Ferguson
FE 6 Cronulla colours.svg James Maloney
HB 7 Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
PR 8 Wests Tigers colours.svg Aaron Woods
HK 9 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10 Canterbury colours.svg David Klemmer
SR 11 Brisbane colours.svg Sam Thaiday
SR 12 St. George colours.svg Tyson Frizell
LK 13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Jake Trbojevic
Interchange:
IC 14 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Jake Friend
IC 15 Canberra colours.svg Shannon Boyd
IC 16 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Trent Merrin
IC 17 North Queensland colours.svg Michael Morgan
Coach:
Australia Mal Meninga
FB 1 North Queensland colours.svg Lachlan Coote
RW 2 Wigancolours.svg Lewis Tierney
RC 3 St. George colours.svg Euan Aitken
LC 4 North Queensland colours.svg Kane Linnett
LW 5 Wolvescolours.svg Matty Russell
FE 6 Giantscolours.svg Danny Brough (c)
HB 7 Giantscolours.svg Ryan Brierley
PR 8 HKRcolours.svg Adam Walker
HK 9 Leigh colours.svg Liam Hood
PR 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Luke Douglas
SR 11 Bullscolours.svg Danny Addy
SR 12 Bullscolours.svg Dale Ferguson
LK 13 Bullscolours.svg Ben Kavanagh
Interchange:
IC 14 Broncoscolours.png Ben Hellewell
IC 15 Northern Pride colours.png Sheldon Powe-Hobbs
IC 16 Widnes colours.svg Sam Brooks
IC 17 Ipswich Colours.svg Billy McConnachie
Coach:
England Steve McCormack

Touch Judges:
England Jack Smith
England Mick Craven
Video Referee:
Australia Bernard Sutton
Reserve Referee:
Australia Gerard Sutton

Saturday, 29 October
2:30pm (UTC)
England  16–17  New Zealand
Tries:
McGillvary (48') 1
Hall (61') 1
Goals:
Widdop 4/4
(3' pen, 11' pen, 49', 62')
1st: 4 – 6
2nd: 12 – 11
Report
Tries:
2 (35', 56') Rapana
1 (42') Johnson
Goals:
2/4 Kahu
(31' pen, 43')
Field Goals:
1 (65') Johnson
John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield[5]
Attendance: 24,070
Referee: England Robert Hicks
Man of the Match: New Zealand Kiwis colours.svg Shaun Johnson
England
New Zealand
FB 1 Saintscolours.svg Jonny Lomax
RW 2 Giantscolours.svg Jermaine McGillvary
RC 3 Rhinoscolours.svg Kallum Watkins
LC 4 Wigancolours.svg Dan Sarginson
LW 5 Rhinoscolours.svg Ryan Hall
SO 6 St. George colours.svg Gareth Widdop
SH 7 Castleford colours.svg Luke Gale
PR 8 Wolvescolours.svg Chris Hill
HK 9 Canberra colours.svg Josh Hodgson
PR 10 Canterbury colours.svg James Graham
SR 11 Canberra colours.svg Elliott Whitehead
SR 12 Wigancolours.svg John Bateman
LF 13 South Sydney colours.svg Sam Burgess (c)
Substitutions:
BE 14 South Sydney colours.svg Tom Burgess
BE 15 South Sydney colours.svg George Burgess
BE 16 St. George colours.svg Michael Cooper
BE 17 Wolvescolours.svg Daryl Clark
Coach:
Australia Wayne Bennett
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Jordan Kahu
RW 2 St. George colours.svg Jason Nightingale
RC 3 New Zealand colours.svg Solomone Kata
LC 4 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Shaun Kenny-Dowall
LW 5 Canberra colours.svg Jordan Rapana
FE 6 New Zealand colours.svg Thomas Leuluai
HB 7 New Zealand colours.svg Shaun Johnson
PR 8 Melbourne colours.svg Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9 New Zealand colours.svg Issac Luke
PR 10 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
SR 11 Melbourne colours.svg Kevin Proctor
SR 12 Melbourne colours.svg Tohu Harris
LK 13 North Queensland colours.svg Jason Taumalolo
Interchange:
IC 14 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Lewis Brown
IC 15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Martin Taupau
IC 16 Parramatta colours.svg Manu Ma'u
IC 17 Brisbane colours.svg Adam Blair
Coach:
New Zealand David Kidwell

Touch Judges:
England James Child
New Zealand Anthony Elliott
Video Referee:
Australia Bernard Sutton
Reserve Referee:
Australia Ben Cummins

Round 2

Saturday, 5 November
5:30pm (BST)
England  38–12  Scotland
Tries:
Whitehead (27', 36') 2
Percival (50') 1
Hall (54') 1
McGillvary (58') 1
Gale (64') 1
Farrell (80') 1
Goals:
Gale 5/7
(28', 37', 55', 65', 80')
1st: 12 – 8
2nd: 26 – 4
Report
Tries:
1 (6') Linnett
1 (24') Russell
1 (70') Ferguson
Goals:
0/3 Brough
Sin Bin:
Brough Temporarily suspended from 58' to 68' 58' to 68'
Ricoh Arena, Coventry[5]
Attendance: 21,009
Referee: Australia Gerard Sutton
Man of the Match: England colours.svg George Williams
England
Scotland
FB 1 Saintscolours.svg Jonny Lomax
RW 2 Giantscolours.svg Jermaine McGillvary
RC 3 Rhinoscolours.svg Kallum Watkins
LC 4 Saintscolours.svg Mark Percival
LW 5 Rhinoscolours.svg Ryan Hall
SO 6 Wigancolours.svg George Williams
SH 7 Castleford colours.svg Luke Gale
PR 8 Wolvescolours.svg Chris Hill
HK 9 Canberra colours.svg Josh Hodgson
PR 10 Hullcolours.svg Scott Taylor
SR 11 Wigancolours.svg Liam Farrell
SR 12 Canberra colours.svg Elliott Whitehead
LF 13 South Sydney colours.svg Sam Burgess (c)
Substitutions:
BE 14 South Sydney colours.svg Tom Burgess
BE 15 South Sydney colours.svg George Burgess
BE 16 St. George colours.svg Michael Cooper
BE 17 Wolvescolours.svg Daryl Clark
Coach:
Australia Wayne Bennett
FB 1 North Queensland colours.svg Lachlan Coote
RW 2 Wigancolours.svg Lewis Tierney
RC 3 Illawarra colours.svg Euan Aitken
LC 4 North Queensland colours.svg Kane Linnett
LW 5 Wolvescolours.svg Matty Russell
FE 6 Giantscolours.svg Danny Brough (c)
HB 7 Bullscolours.svg Danny Addy
PR 8 HKRcolours.svg Adam Walker
HK 9 Leigh colours.svg Liam Hood
PR 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Luke Douglas
SR 11 Broncoscolours.png Ben Hellewell
SR 12 Bullscolours.svg Dale Ferguson
LK 13 Bullscolours.svg Ben Kavanagh
Interchange:
IC 14 Wests Tigers colours.svg Tyler Cassel
IC 15 Castleford colours.svg Frankie Mariano
IC 16 Workingtoncolours.svg Callum Phillips
IC 17 Widnes colours.svg Sam Brooks
Coach:
England Steve McCormack

Touch Judges:
England Mick Craven
England Chris Kendall
Video Referee:
England Ben Thaler
Reserve Referee:
England Robert Hicks

Saturday, 5 November
8:00pm (BST)
New Zealand  8–14  Australia
Tries:
Kata (49') 1
Rapana (77') 1
Goals:
Johnson 0/2
1st: 0 – 10
2nd: 8 – 4
Report
Tries:
1 (10') Ferguson
1 (15') Thurston
Goals:
3/4 Thurston
(16', 55' pen, 71' pen)
Ricoh Arena, Coventry[5]
Attendance: 21,009
Referee: Australia Ben Cummins
Man of the Match: Australian colours.svg Blake Ferguson
New Zealand
Australia
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Jordan Kahu
RW 2 Cronulla colours.svg Gerard Beale
RC 3 New Zealand colours.svg Solomone Kata
LC 4 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Shaun Kenny-Dowall
LW 5 Canberra colours.svg Jordan Rapana
FE 6 New Zealand colours.svg Thomas Leuluai
HB 7 New Zealand colours.svg Shaun Johnson
PR 8 Melbourne colours.svg Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9 New Zealand colours.svg Issac Luke
PR 17 Canterbury colours.svg Greg Eastwood
SR 11 Melbourne colours.svg Kevin Proctor
SR 12 Melbourne colours.svg Tohu Harris
LK 13 North Queensland colours.svg Jason Taumalolo
Interchange:
IC 10 Brisbane colours.svg Adam Blair
IC 14 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Lewis Brown
IC 15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Martin Taupau
IC 16 Parramatta colours.svg Manu Ma'u
Coach:
New Zealand David Kidwell
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Darius Boyd
RW 2 Cronulla colours.svg Valentine Holmes
RC 3 South Sydney colours.svg Greg Inglis
LC 4 North Queensland colours.svg Justin O'Neill
LW 5 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Blake Ferguson
FE 6 North Queensland colours.svg Michael Morgan
HB 7 North Queensland colours.svg Johnathan Thurston
PR 8 North Queensland colours.svg Matt Scott
HK 9 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10 Wests Tigers colours.svg Aaron Woods
SR 11 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Boyd Cordner
SR 12 Brisbane colours.svg Matt Gillett
LK 13 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Trent Merrin
Interchange:
IC 14 Canberra colours.svg Shannon Boyd
IC 15 Cronulla colours.svg James Maloney
IC 16 Canterbury colours.svg David Klemmer
IC 17 Brisbane colours.svg Sam Thaiday
Coach:
Australia Mal Meninga

Touch Judges:
New Zealand Anthony Elliott
England Joe Cobb
Video Referee:
Australia Bernard Sutton
Reserve Referee:
England Robert Hicks

Round 3

Friday, 11 November
8:00pm (BST)
New Zealand  18–18  Scotland
Tries:
Fusitu'a (24', 55') 2
Beale (73', 76') 2
Goals:
Luke 1/4
(25')
1st: 6 – 4
2nd: 12 – 14
Report
Tries:
1 (27') Tierney
1 (67') Hellewelll
1 (79') Aitken
Goals:
3/4 Brough
(68', 70' pen, 80')
The Zebra Claims Stadium, Workington[5]
Attendance: 6,628
Referee: Australia Ben Cummins
Man of the Match: New Zealand Kiwis colours.svg Shaun Johnson
New Zealand
Scotland
FB 1 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
RW 2 St. George colours.svg Jason Nightingale
RC 3 New Zealand colours.svg Solomone Kata
LC 4 Cronulla colours.svg Gerard Beale
LW 5 New Zealand colours.svg David Fusitu'a
FE 6 New Zealand colours.svg Thomas Leuluai
HB 7 New Zealand colours.svg Shaun Johnson
PR 8 Melbourne colours.svg Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9 New Zealand colours.svg Issac Luke
PR 10 Brisbane colours.svg Adam Blair
SR 11 Parramatta colours.svg Manu Ma'u
SR 12 Melbourne colours.svg Tohu Harris
LK 13 Canterbury colours.svg Greg Eastwood
Interchange:
IC 14 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Te Maire Martin
IC 15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Martin Taupau
IC 16 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg James Fisher-Harris
IC 17 Canberra colours.svg Joseph Tapine
Coach:
New Zealand David Kidwell
FB 1 North Queensland colours.svg Lachlan Coote
RW 2 Wigancolours.svg Lewis Tierney
RC 3 St. George colours.svg Euan Aitken
LC 4 North Queensland colours.svg Kane Linnett
LW 5 Wolvescolours.svg Matty Russell
FE 7 Bullscolours.svg Danny Addy
HB 18 Giantscolours.svg Danny Brough (c)
PR 8 HKRcolours.svg Adam Walker
HK 9 Leigh colours.svg Liam Hood
PR 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Luke Douglas
SR 11 Broncoscolours.png Ben Hellewell
SR 12 Bullscolours.svg Dale Ferguson
LK 13 Bullscolours.svg Ben Kavanagh
Interchange:
IC 14 Giantscolours.svg Ryan Brierley
IC 15 Castleford colours.svg Frankie Mariano
IC 16 Workingtoncolours.svg Callum Phillips
IC 17 Ipswich Colours.svg Billy McConnachie
Coach:
England Steve McCormack

Touch Judges:
England James Child
England Chris Kendall
Video Referee:
England Ben Thaler
Reserve Referee:
Australia Gerard Sutton

Sunday, 13 November
2:00pm (BST)
England  18–36  Australia
Tries:
McGillvary (26') 1
Widdop (67') 1
Hall (76') 1
Goals:
Widdop 3/4
(12' pen, 68', 77')
1st: 6 – 10
2nd: 12 – 26
Report
Tries:
1 (36') Ferguson
1 (47') Inglis
1 (57') Scott
1 (59') Dugan
1 (72') Gillett
1 (79') Holmes
Goals:
6/8 Thurston
(18' pen, 37', 40' pen, 49', 58', 60')
London Stadium, London[5]
Attendance: 35,569
Referee: England Robert Hicks
Man of the Match: Australian colours.svg Cooper Cronk
England
Australia
FB 1 Saintscolours.svg Jonny Lomax
RW 2 Giantscolours.svg Jermaine McGillvary
RC 3 Rhinoscolours.svg Kallum Watkins
LC 4 Saintscolours.svg Mark Percival
LW 5 Rhinoscolours.svg Ryan Hall
SO 6 Widnes colours.svg Kevin Brown
SH 7 St. George colours.svg Gareth Widdop
PR 8 Wolvescolours.svg Chris Hill
HK 9 Canberra colours.svg Josh Hodgson
PR 10 Canterbury colours.svg James Graham
SR 11 Wigancolours.svg John Bateman
SR 12 Canberra colours.svg Elliott Whitehead
LF 13 South Sydney colours.svg Sam Burgess (c)
Substitutions:
BE 14 South Sydney colours.svg Tom Burgess
BE 15 South Sydney colours.svg George Burgess
BE 16 St. George colours.svg Michael Cooper
BE 17 Wigancolours.svg George Williams
Coach:
Australia Wayne Bennett
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Darius Boyd
RW 2 Cronulla colours.svg Valentine Holmes
RC 3 South Sydney colours.svg Greg Inglis
LC 4 St. George colours.svg Josh Dugan
LW 5 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Blake Ferguson
FE 6 North Queensland colours.svg Johnathan Thurston
HB 7 Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
PR 8 North Queensland colours.svg Matt Scott
HK 9 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10 Wests Tigers colours.svg Aaron Woods
SR 11 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Boyd Cordner
SR 12 Brisbane colours.svg Matt Gillett
LK 13 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Trent Merrin
Interchange:
IC 14 Canterbury colours.svg David Klemmer
IC 15 North Queensland colours.svg Michael Morgan
IC 16 St. George colours.svg Tyson Frizell
IC 17 Brisbane colours.svg Sam Thaiday
Coach:
Australia Mal Meninga
Australia celebrate beating the Kiwis at Anfield

The match was originally scheduled to kick-off at 3:30pm BST, however on 22 September the RFL changed the kick-off time to 2:00pm BST.

Touch Judges:
New Zealand Anthony Elliott
England Mick Craven
Video Referee:
Australia Bernard Sutton
Reserve Referee:
Australia Ben Cummins

Final

Sunday, 20 November
2:30pm (BST)
Australia  34–8  New Zealand
Tries:
Dugan (10', 24') 2
Ferguson (3') 1
Merrin (21') 1
D Boyd (45') 1
Cordner (74') 1
Goals:
5/8 Thurston
(4', 18' pen, 22', 29' pen, 75')
1st: 24 – 0
2nd: 10 – 8
Report
Tries:
2 (56', 69') Kahu
Goals:
Anfield, Liverpool[5]
Attendance: 40,042
Referee: Australia Ben Cummins
Man of the Match: Australian colours.svg Darius Boyd
Australia
New Zealand
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Darius Boyd
RW 2 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Blake Ferguson
RC 3 South Sydney colours.svg Greg Inglis
LC 4 St. George colours.svg Josh Dugan
LW 5 Cronulla colours.svg Valentine Holmes
FE 6 North Queensland colours.svg Johnathan Thurston
HB 7 Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
PR 8 North Queensland colours.svg Matt Scott
HK 9 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10 Wests Tigers colours.svg Aaron Woods
SR 11 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Boyd Cordner
SR 12 Brisbane colours.svg Matt Gillett
LK 13 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Trent Merrin
Interchange:
IC 14 North Queensland colours.svg Michael Morgan
IC 15 Canterbury colours.svg David Klemmer
IC 16 St. George colours.svg Tyson Frizell
IC 17 Canberra colours.svg Shannon Boyd
Coach:
Australia Mal Meninga
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Jordan Kahu
RW 2 New Zealand colours.svg David Fusitu'a
RC 3 New Zealand colours.svg Solomone Kata
LC 4 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Shaun Kenny-Dowall
LW 5 Canberra colours.svg Jordan Rapana
FE 6 Melbourne colours.svg Tohu Harris
HB 7 New Zealand colours.svg Shaun Johnson
PR 8 Melbourne colours.svg Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9 New Zealand colours.svg Issac Luke
PR 10 Brisbane colours.svg Adam Blair
SR 11 Melbourne colours.svg Kevin Proctor
SR 12 Parramatta colours.svg Manu Ma'u
LK 13 North Queensland colours.svg Jason Taumalolo
Interchange:
IC 14 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Lewis Brown
IC 15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Martin Taupau
IC 16 Canterbury colours.svg Greg Eastwood
IC 17 Canberra colours.svg Joseph Tapine
Coach:
New Zealand David Kidwell

Player statistics

Player of the Tournament

Pre-tournament matches

Before the series, Australia and New Zealand organised to play the first ever International rugby league test-match in Perth, Scotland took on a Cumbrian rugby league team and England took on France in Avignon.[6][7][8]

Australia vs New Zealand

Saturday, 15 October
5:15pm (AWST)
Australia  26–6  New Zealand
Tries:
Inglis (15', 68') 2
D Boyd (9') 1
Holmes (44') 1
Cordner (78') 1
Goals:
Thurston 3/5
(45', 69', 79')
1st: 8 – 6
2nd: 18 – 0
Report
Tries:
1 (21') Proctor
Goals:
1/1 Luke
(22')
nib Stadium, Perth
Attendance: 20,283
Referee: Australia Matt Cecchin
Man of the Match: Australian colours.svg Greg Inglis
Australia
New Zealand
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Darius Boyd
RW 2 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Blake Ferguson
RC 3 South Sydney colours.svg Greg Inglis
LC 4 St. George colours.svg Josh Dugan
LW 5 Cronulla colours.svg Valentine Holmes
FE 6 North Queensland colours.svg Johnathan Thurston
HB 7 Melbourne colours.svg Cooper Cronk
PR 8 North Queensland colours.svg Matt Scott
HK 9 Melbourne colours.svg Cameron Smith (c)
PR 10 Canberra colours.svg Shannon Boyd
SR 11 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Boyd Cordner
SR 12 Brisbane colours.svg Matt Gillett
LK 13 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Trent Merrin
Interchange:
IC 14 Canterbury colours.svg David Klemmer
IC 15 North Queensland colours.svg Michael Morgan
IC 16 St. George colours.svg Tyson Frizell
IC 17 Brisbane colours.svg Sam Thaiday
Coach:
Australia Mal Meninga
FB 1 Brisbane colours.svg Jordan Kahu
RW 2 St. George colours.svg Jason Nightingale
RC 3 New Zealand colours.svg Solomone Kata
LC 4 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Shaun Kenny-Dowall
LW 5 Canberra colours.svg Jordan Rapana
FE 6 New Zealand colours.svg Thomas Leuluai
HB 7 New Zealand colours.svg Shaun Johnson
PR 8 Melbourne colours.svg Jesse Bromwich (c)
HK 9 New Zealand colours.svg Issac Luke
PR 10 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
SR 11 Melbourne colours.svg Kevin Proctor
SR 12 Melbourne colours.svg Tohu Harris
LK 13 North Queensland colours.svg Jason Taumalolo
Interchange:
IC 14 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Lewis Brown
IC 15 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Martin Taupau
IC 16 Parramatta colours.svg Manu Ma'u
IC 17 Brisbane colours.svg Adam Blair
Coach:
New Zealand David Kidwell

Cumbria Select XIII vs Scotland

The Cumbria Select XIII was a Cumbrian-based team selected by retiring Barrow Raiders player Liam Harrison.[9] The Cumbrian side featured Scottish internationals Oliver Wilkes and Shane Toal.

Friday, 21 October
Cumbria Select XIII Western Suburbs colours.svg 16–48  Scotland
Tries:
Fleming (37', 45') 2
Fieldhouse (26') 1
Goals:
Hankinson 2/3
(27', 38')
Report Tries:
2 (3', 22') Scott
1 (16') C Phillips
1 (19') Mariano
1 (33') Brierley
1 (58') Walker
1 (69') Cassel
1 (78') Tierney
Goals:
5/8 Brierley
(4', 17', 34', 59', 80')
Craven Park, Barrow-in-Furness
Attendance: 1,048
Cumbria XIII
Scotland
FB 1 Barrowcolours.svg Ryan Fieldhouse
RW 2 Barrowcolours.svg Eze Harper
RC 3 Barrowcolours.svg Chris Hankinson
LC 4 Barrowcolours.svg Chris Fleming
LW 5 Barrowcolours.svg Shane Toal
FE 6 Barrowcolours.svg Jamie Dallimore
HB 7 Barrowcolours.svg Liam Finch
PR 10 Barrowcolours.svg Oliver Wilkes
HK 9 Barrowcolours.svg Karl Ashall
PR 8 Barrowcolours.svg Joe Bullock
SR 11 Barrowcolours.svg Liam Harrison (c)
SR 12 Barrowcolours.svg Bradd Crellin
LK 13 Barrowcolours.svg Daniel Toal
Interchange:
IC 14 Barrowcolours.svg Dan Abram
IC 15 Barrowcolours.svg Brad Marwood
IC 16 Barrowcolours.svg Matty Holmes
IC 17 Barrowcolours.svg Andrew Dawson
IC 18 Barrowcolours.svg Brad Brennan
IC 19 Barrowcolours.svg Matty While
IC 20 Barrowcolours.svg Luke Cresswell
IC 21 Barrowcolours.svg Ethan Kelly
Coach:
England Liam Harrison
FB 1 Wolvescolours.svg Matty Russell
RW 2 Wigancolours.svg Lewis Tierney
RC 3 Broncoscolours.png Ben Hellewell
LC 4 Wests Tigers colours.svg Tyler Cassel
LW 5 Batley colours.svg David Scott
FE 6 Bullscolours.svg Danny Addy
HB 7 Giantscolours.svg Ryan Brierley
PR 8 HKRcolours.svg Adam Walker
HK 9 Leigh colours.svg Liam Hood
PR 10 Castleford colours.svg Frankie Mariano
SR 11 Workingtoncolours.svg Brett Phillips
SR 12 Bullscolours.svg Dale Ferguson
LK 13 Bullscolours.svg Ben Kavanagh
Interchange:
IC 14 Workingtoncolours.svg Callum Phillips
IC 15 Widnes colours.svg Sam Brooks
IC 16 Northern Pride colours.png Sheldon Powe-Hobbs
IC 17 Ipswich Colours.svg Billy McConnachie
IC 18 HKRcolours.svg Kieran Moran
IC 19 Faxcolours.svg Ryan Maneely
Coach:
England Steve McCormack

France vs England

Saturday, 22 October
6:30pm (CET)
France  6–40  England
Tries:
Pélissier (19') 1
Goals:
Gigot 1/1
(20')
Report Tries:
2 (26', 40') Hall
1 (30') Clark
1 (35') T Burgess
1 (68') Brown
1 (71') McGillvary
1 (76') Widdop
Goals:
6/7 Widdop
(27', 31', 36', 69', 72', 77')
Parc des Sports, Avignon
Attendance: 14,276
Referee: England Phil Bentham
France
England
FB 1 Catalanscolours.svg Tony Gigot
RW 2 Catalanscolours.svg Mathias Pala
RC 3 Catalanscolours.svg Benjamin Garcia
LC 4 Catalanscolours.svg Vincent Duport
LW 5 France colours.svg Olivier Arnaud
SO 6 Catalanscolours.svg Stanislas Robin
SH 7 Broncoscolours.png William Barthau
PR 8 Catalanscolours.svg Romain Navarrete
HK 9 Catalanscolours.svg Alrix Da Costa
PR 10 Catalanscolours.svg Remi Casty (c)
SR 11 Wcatscolours.svg Mickaël Simon
SR 12 Wolvescolours.svg Benjamin Jullien
LF 13 Catalanscolours.svg Julian Bousquet
Substitutions:
BE 14 Catalanscolours.svg Éloi Pélissier
BE 15 France colours.svg Mickaël Goudemand
BE 16 Castleford colours.svg Gadwin Springer
BE 17 HKRcolours.svg Kevin Larroyer
Coach:
France Aurélien Cologni
FB 1 Saintscolours.svg Jonny Lomax
RW 2 Giantscolours.svg Jermaine McGillvary
RC 3 Rhinoscolours.svg Kallum Watkins
LC 4 Saintscolours.svg Mark Percival
LW 5 Rhinoscolours.svg Ryan Hall
SO 6 St. George colours.svg Gareth Widdop
SH 7 Castleford colours.svg Luke Gale
PR 8 Canterbury colours.svg James Graham (c)
HK 9 Canberra colours.svg Josh Hodgson
PR 10 Hullcolours.svg Scott Taylor
SR 11 Canberra colours.svg Elliott Whitehead
SR 12 St. George colours.svg Michael Cooper
LF 13 South Sydney colours.svg Tom Burgess
Substitutions:
BE 14 South Sydney colours.svg George Burgess
BE 15 Widnes colours.svg Kevin Brown
BE 16 Wolvescolours.svg Stefan Ratchford
BE 17 Wolvescolours.svg Daryl Clark
Coach:
Australia Wayne Bennett

Broadcasting

Premier Sports was the host broadcaster for every match of the tournament.[10]

Country Broadcaster Matches
 England Premier Sports Every match live[10]
BBC Every England match, Australia v New Zealand, and the final live[11]
 Australia Nine Network Every match live[12]
 New Zealand Sky Sport Every match live[13]
 France beIN Sports Every match live[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Ladbrokes announced as title sponsor of Four Nations". SportsPro. 19 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Rugby League – Scots close in on Four Nations spot". Yahoo Eurosport UK. 25 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Anfield being lined up to host 2016 Four Nations Series final". dailymail.co.uk. 23 April 2016.
  4. ^ "Four Nations 2016: Liverpool FC's Anfield to host final". BBC Sport. 23 April 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g "2016 Four Nations Schedule". rugby-league.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  6. ^ "Perth to host October Test match". nrl.com. 23 April 2016.
  7. ^ "GRAND FINAL HERO AMONG NEW-LOOK BRAVEHEARTS". SCOTLAND RUGBY LEAGUE. 11 October 2016.
  8. ^ "Bennett to test England with clash against France ahead of Four Nations". RUGBY LEAGUE PLANET. 5 August 2016.
  9. ^ "WATCH: NRL stars Coote and Linnett among Scotland's big names for Liam Harrison's testimonial". NORTH-WEST EVENING MAIL. 12 October 2016.
  10. ^ a b "RUGBY LEAGUE FOUR NATIONS ON TV". rugby-league.com. Retrieved 13 October 2016.
  11. ^ "BBC offers more rugby league coverage than ever before". BBC. 29 January 2016.
  12. ^ "Ultimate guide to the 2016 Rugby League Four Nations". Fox Sports. Fox Sports Pty Limited. 12 October 2016. Retrieved 13 October 2016.
  13. ^ "League: Your ultimate guide to November's 2016 Four Nations tournament". nzherald.co.nz. 20 October 2016. Retrieved 27 October 2016.

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