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Round Two - Preliminary Results

International Cup 2005In Round two action from the Australian Football International Cup, Samoa beat Great Britain by a very handy margin, Papua New Guinea eventually triumphed over Canada in a very physical encounter which could have gone either way, the USA overcame Ireland in a tight match, South Africa defeated Japan in a two-point nailbiter and New Zealand easily accounted for Spain.

Full results and reports to come in the next two hours.
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Authored by: Ian Hill on Friday, August 05 2005 @ 02:06 am ACST

Very interesting. I think this is Ireland's first defeat ever.

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Authored by: Aaron Richard on Friday, August 05 2005 @ 02:15 am ACST

Very close game (apparantly... couldn't get away from work quick enough to see it). Reportedly members of both entourages were looking very worried on the sidelines in the last quarter!

The South Africa - Japan game was fast, very tight and both sides were going hard at it. Crowd were loving it.

Troy and Brett were at the games, they'll have plenty to say when they get in.

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Authored by: Erik on Friday, August 05 2005 @ 02:19 am ACST

I feel sorry for Canada. They look like they hav improved heaps but are lossing key games with a small margin.

Ireland lost to the US?? Hmm it appears that NZ and US will be hard to beat. PNG only 3rd?

Honey?? Pass me that muffin will you?

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Authored by: djnz on Friday, August 05 2005 @ 10:07 am ACST

Unfortunatly didn't have time to stay the whole day, but from what I saw;

South Africa v Japan was a very close, fast match. Some tough play which I had thought Japan would win. Well played by both sides. As someone said, a crowd pleaser.

I only saw the first half of Samoa v Great Britain. The game started of well, but by half time I felt Samoa had simply outclassed the Brits, glad i'm not out there on the end of some of their shepards. Good skills on both sides however, be interesting to see Great Britain take on PNG.