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Rugby's four top ranked nations remain and so far the tournament has certainly lived up to the hype. You can watch all the action, no matter where you are, by following our Rugby World Cup live stream guide below. Unsurprisingly, the majority of pundits and bookies still have New Zealand as favourites, with South Africa and England behind. But we've already witnessed more than our fair share of memorable moments.

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Let's see if Australia can get one back on New Zealand after Kiwis upset the hosts in the women's final!

All the fixtures, match reports, highlights videos and talking points from the second and final day of the Downer Rugby League World Cup 9s from Bankwest Stadium. After a weight of possession, New Zealand crossed first when Reimis Smith athletically touched down in the corner courtesy of a brilliant bat-on by Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad.

NZ upset the Jillaroos to win the World Cup! The Jillaroos held a slender one-point lead at halftime at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday but Onjeurlina Leiataua engineered a second-half comeback.

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Leiataua gave the Kiwi Ferns the lead when she put Jules Newman over on a short-side play soon after resumption. Australia reclaimed the lead through Corban McGregor, who went on a scorching 60m sideline run.

However, Nita Maynard got over in the closing stages and Raecene McGregor landed the pressure conversion to give New Zealand a memorable triumph.

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What a battle of rugby league," New Zealand skipper Honey Hireme said post-game. I'm so proud of our girls. When you do that you win games and that's exactly what we've done.

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Australia defeated Samoa at Bankwest Stadium. After New Zealand beat England to claim their spot, Josh Addo-Carr scored arguably the try of the tournament in Australia's point win on Saturday. With the Kangaroos leading late in the first half, the Melbourne flyer scooped up a bouncing Kalyn Ponga try from in front of him, grubbered as he went over the sideline and raced to get the ball down.

It helped open the floodgates for Australia, as AJ Brimson and Tyson Frizell scored bonus-point tries in the second-half romp. Marion Seve scored both of Samoa's tries, with his first coming off a cut-out ball from forward Bunty Afoa that went half the width of the field.

Australia's win came after Jamayne Isaako sprinted to the top of the try-scoring lists with his fifth and sixth of the tournament in the Kiwis' semi-final win over England.

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