RLIS TV – France vs. New Zealand 2007 – European Tour Highlights

By Daniel Andruczyk

This week on Rugby League International Scores TV, highlights from the New Zealand tour of Europe in 2007. Here the Kiwis are taking on the French in Paris, France. This match ended in almost a disaster with the French leading till 10 minutes from the end, where the Kiwis were able to come from behind to win. This tour forced the NZRL to completely sweep through its ranks and appoint new people to revitalize it. The next year the Kiwis went on to win their maiden Rugby League World Cup.

Daniel Andruczyk’s email: daniel@rugbyleagueinternationalscores.com
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5 Responses to “RLIS TV – France vs. New Zealand 2007 – European Tour Highlights”

  1. C.T.SANDERS says:

    So it makes sense to extend the 4 nations to 6 nations in 2011, because the international game is starting to work for the good of the game, largely thanks to good poeple like jim doyle, unlike the people at the auckland rugby league who can’t see further than the nsw cup.Talk about no hopers and the clubs of auckland shouldn’t complain if they keep voting these wankers in all the time.No wonder cammy cams and sideshow sel are living off the fat of the land.

  2. C.T.SANDERS says:

    Well if you want your beloved tournaments daniel then you have to have a world cup every 2 years without fail like they did before.

  3. C.T.SANDERS says:

    There was no world cup played in 1964 when one was supposed to be played because the international rl board at the time were of the opinion that france wasn’t strong enough to compete in a 4 team tournament.This put the game back years and years which is just typical of rl.Jim doyle is the man to lead the new vamp rlif and mark coyne must come into the reckoning as the new boss of australian rl because i am concerned about what direction the game is going in.Time for a clean out.

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