England has cemented its place in history with a stunning 42-10 victory over New Zealand to claim the first-ever Physical Disability Rugby League World title.
On Sunday, October 23 in Warrington, the Physical Disability Rugby League World Cup began with England defeating Australia with a score of 58–6 and Wales defeating New Zealand with a score of 28–26.
After beating Wales in a tense match yesterday at Victoria Park, England made it 2/2. They triumphed 32–6.
New Zealand defeated Australia 34–26 to get their first victory. In the opening round, the team fell short to Wales by only two points.
In the third round, England defeated New Zealand 50–2 while Wales defeated Australia 32–20.
Wales defeated Australia 32–18 on October 30 to take third place in the Physical Disability Rugby League World Cup.
England was the only team with a perfect record of victories in every game.