Anzac nations to meet in Armed Forces RL World Cup final
Anzac nations Australia and New Zealand will meet in the final of the 2013 Armed Forces Rugby League World Cup at Colchester Military Garrison tomorrow (Saturday, 2.00pm).
New Zealand earned their place in the final after defeating 2008 World Cup winners Great Britain 20-16 in the semi-finals in a hard-fought and will face Australia, who booked their place in the final after a comfortable 110-0 semi-final win over Serbia.
The two teams met earlier in the competition when Australia prevailed 32-22 and they will be hoping to continue their 100 per cent winning record when they meet again on Saturday.
The Armed Forces Rugby League World Cup final will be played at Colchester Garrison's, Garrison B Ground on Circular Road North (2.00pm) and entry to the game is free to the public.