Getty Images Following the completion of the Rugby League World Cup, the latest world rankings for both the men & ladies have been launched.
Both the Kangaroos & Jillaroos occupy the number 1 position after becoming World Champions.
After their World Cup heroics Tonga move up seven spots from 11th to 4th, When Fiji move up 2 spots in 5th.
But, the large movers were Lebanon who were ranked 18th before the tournament & subsequently after making the Quarter-Finals move inside the highest ten.
See the complete rankings below:ladies’s World Rankings Australia ladies Fresh Zealand ladies Britain ladies Canada ladies Cook Islands ladies Papua Fresh Guinea ladies France ladies Italy ladies Lebanon Women Men’s World Rankings
Britain remember behind Fresh Zealand in Rugby League World Rankings
Britain remember 3rd in the world rankings despite their run to the World Cup last.
Wayne Bennett’s side outperformed Fresh Zealand at the tournament however the Kiwis saved hold of 2nd place despite their quarter-last get out.
SHAREShare on fb SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink Snubbed: Britain’s Rugby League world side has been left 3rd in the world rankings, despite a run to the World Cup last.
picture: Darren Britain”The Mate Ma’a’s move is only reward for a sostrong year including a major World Cup campaign,” he said.
Leading rankings: one Australia, two Fresh Zealand, three Britain, four Tonga, five Fiji, six Samoa, seven Scotland, eight France, nine Lebanon, ten Papua Fresh Guinea.
Fresh Zealand remember 2nd Despite Rugby League World Cup Shocker
referring to Vodafone Fijian Bati players display their joy after beating Fresh Zealand four-two during the Rugby League World Cup quarterfinals at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington, Fresh Zealand.
picture: ZimbioThe Kiwis have remembered 2nd in the international rugby league rankings, despite their shocking performance at the World Cup, When Tonga have surged into the highest four.
Australia maintain their place at the highest after beating Britain six-0 in final 7 days’s final, although the British have remembered in 3rd place despite reaching their premier World Cup decider ever ever 1995.
“The Mate Ma’a’s move is just reward for a so strong year including a great world cup campaign,” Woolf told Stuff.
Analysis FOOTBALLRugby League International Federation chief executive David Collier congratulated the great movers & believes Analysis football going to just still to become further competitive.
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