Emerging Nations Semi Finals Day Review

10th October 2018, 14:54


Emerging Nations Semi Finals Day Review

Emerging Nations World C'ship Wrap: 10 October

Wednesday 10 October 2018 

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

Confederations Cup
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.