on 25 October 2022
On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington, the Rugby League World Cup 2022 Men's Group D match between Papua New Guinea and the Cook Islands will take place. Papua New Guinea vs Cook Islands RLWC 2022 live stream on your desktop, laptop, smart TV, iPad, iPhone, Tab, and other smart gadgets.
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Group D-Tonga, Wales, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea
Head Coach: Stanley Tepend
Capt. Rhyse Martin
World Cup Appearances: 7 (1985-88, 1989-92, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Quarterfinals (2000, 2017)
Squads: Jimmy Ngutlik, McKenzie Yei, Nene Macdonald, Emmanuel Waine, Jacob Alick, Wellington Albert, Wesser Tenza, Sherwin Tanabi, Rodrick Tai, Jeremiah Simbiken, Dan Russell, Edwin Ipape, Nixon Putt, Justin Olam, Sylvester Namo, Rhyse Martin, Kyle Laybutt, Lachlan Lam, Alex Johnston, Zev John, Edene Gebbie, Xavier Coates, Watson Boas, Kevin Appo.
Papua New Guinea, the proudest nation in the rugby league, heads into this year's World Cup with unwavering confidence.
Their last meeting was in his 24-14 win over Fiji at Campbeltown earlier in the year, when halfback Lachlanlam scored his two goals.
Their previous World Cup campaign ended in a 36-6 quarterfinal loss to runners-up England at Melbourne's AAMI Park.
Head Coach: Tony Iro
Capt. Esan Marsters
World Cup Appearances: 2 (2000, 2013)
Wining Records: Group stage (2000, 2013)
Squad: Pride Pettersen-Robati, Aaron Teroi, Dylan Napa, Moses Noovao-McGreal, Tevin Arona, Tinirau Arona, Geoffrey Daniela, Johnathon Ford, Anthony Gelling, Kayal Iro, Reubenn Rennie, Brad Takairangi, Zane Tetevano, Paul Ulberg, Makahesi Makatoa, Steven Marsters, Esan Marsters, Davvy Moale, Tepai Moeroa, Ruatapu Ngatikaura, , Dom Peyroux, Brendan Piakura, Reuben Porter, Vincent Rennie.
After a nine-year gap, the Cook Islands will return to the Rugby League World Cup in 2022 and will move ahead past the group stage for the first time in history.
At the start of the season, Cook Islands played against Samoa at Campbelltown, where they lost the match by a score of 42-12. The last time they played in the World Cup was in 2013 when they beat Wales but lost to Tonga and the United States.