Malta and Niue booked their places in the Emerging Nations World Championships Cup Final on Saturday 13 October after beating Hungary and Greece respectively in their semi-finals at Cabramatta’s New Era Stadium today (Wednesday 10 October).
In other matches, Philippines and Poland were victorious, earning a place in the ENWC Trophy Final on Saturday.
Competition will continue tomorrow (Thursday 11 October) at Windsor Sporting Complex.
Malta 20 (Tries – Tyler Cassel, Kyal Greene, Adam Campbell, Josh Cregan; Goals – Nathan Benson 2) def Hungary: 10 (Tries – Brent Varga, Paul Ivan; Goals – David Farkas)
Niue 16 (Tries – Wesley Lolo, Justice Utatao, Cyruss Payne; Goals – Eddie Paea 2); Greece 8 (Tries – Jake Vrahnos; Goals – Sam Stratis 2)
Philippines 29 (Tries – Dennis Gordon, Richard Goodwin, Paul Sheedy, Ramon Stubbs, Ned Stephenson; Goals – Kieron Wiggins 4; Field goal – Paul Sheedy) def Turkey 16 (Tries – Arda Dalcik, Aydin Salman-Cochrane; Goals – Ali Surer 2)
Poland 44 (Tries – Alex Kowalski, Chippie Korostchuk 2, Ethan Niszczcot, Arek Werstak, Harry Siejka, Jonah Metuangaro 2; Goals – Ethan Niszczcot 3, Jonah Metuangaro 1, Harry Siejka 2); def Vanuatu 4 (Tries – Amani Arutahiki)
Malta v Hungary
Nuie v Greece
Philippines v Turkey
Poland v Vanuatu
NEXT GAMES: Thursday 11 October
Venue: Windsor Sporting Complex
12pm Mediterranean-Middle Eats v ASEAN
1.45pm Latin America v Africa United
Physical Disability Test Series, Game Two
3.25pm Australia v New Zealand
Emerging Nations Plate Finals, Game Two
4.30pm Hong Kong v Japan
For the full draw, click here
The tournament will be streamed live via the tournament website and Facebook page.