on 28 October 2022
The two most powerful teams, New Zealand and Ireland are ready to play in the Rugby League World Cup 2022 on Friday, October 28th, 2022 at Headingley Stadium, Leeds. You can watch Ireland vs New Zealand RLWC 2022 live streaming on your smart devices worldwide.
The 2022 Rugby League World Cup, called the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, started on October 15th and will run till November 19th in England. Last year, the tournament was postponed due to the pandemic. If you want to watch the full RLWC 2022 scheduled games stream, then this is the right place for you. Rugby Live TV offers the best subscription plans at reasonable prices, so every user can enjoy their favorite game live online. Subscribe to RugbyLiveTV.com to begin watching the RLWC 2022 live streaming from anywhere.
Group C-Ireland, New Zealand, Jamaica, Lebanon
Head Coach: Ged Corcoran
Capt. George King
World Cup Appearances: 4 (2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Semi-finalists (2008)
Squad: George King, Louis Senior, Toby King, James McDonnell, Innes Senior, Ed Chamberlain, Harry Rushton, Frankie Halton, Liam Byrne, Michael Ward, Dan Norman, Robbie Mulhern, Ronan Michael, Ben Mathiou, Joe Keyes, Luke Keary, Jaimin Jolliffe, James Hasson, Josh Cook, Keanan Brand, James Bentley, Richie Myler, Henry O’Kane.
Ireland hasn’t played internationally since pre-COVID European qualifiers but came to the UK aiming to progress beyond the group stage for the first time since 2008.
Before facing Jamaica, they head southwest of Leeds to face Lebanon and heavyweight New Zealand in the group stage.
Head Coach: Michael Maguire
Capt. Jesse Bromwich
World Cup Appearances: 15 (1954, 1957, 1960, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1985-88, 1989-92, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Champions (2008)
Squad: Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Waerea-Hargreaves, Joe Tapine, Kieran Foran, Scott Sorensen, Brandon Smith, Jordan Rapana, Isaiah Papali’i, Marata Niukore, Briton Nikora, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Jared Jeremy Marshall-King, Joey Manu, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Isaac Liu, Moses Leota, Sebastian Kris, Jahrome Hughes, Peta Hiku, James Fisher-Harris, Dylan Brown, Kenny Bromwich, Jesse Bromwich, Joey Manu, Isaiah Papali’i.
The New Zealanders celebrated their long-awaited return to international rugby league with a 26-6 win over Tonga in Auckland in June. This was their fifth win in their last six games. Their World Cup journey began in Warrington against Lebanon, then they headed to Hull against Jamaica, and finally against Ireland in Leeds. They should easily win Group C.