Meninga


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Meninga

Mal. born 1960, Australian rugby league player
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Australia are due to play just one match in 2018, however, and although a Pacific Invitational Series has been organised for June, there are huge questions for a lot of the competing nations that Meninga would like to see answered.
AUSTRALIA coach Mal Meninga hailed winger Valentine Holmes, whose five-try haul in Darwin helped the Kangaroos reach the World Cup semi-finals, with a 46-0 victory over Samoa.
Meninga reserved special praise for the brilliant trio of Thurston, Cooper Cronk and Cameron Smith who constitute the fulcrum of his team.
We know the Kiwis will be a significant challenge for us so it will be great to welcome back some of the players who missed the Scotland game," Meninga said.
Indeed, this first camp hasn't been as smooth as what Meninga is accustomed to.
Phil Veivers came to England in 1984 to play for St Helens alongside fellow Australian and Brisbane Souths team-mate Mal Meninga and stayed on.
Mal Meninga broke John Devereux's jaw and an 18-year-old Iestyn Harris made his debut.
They seem to be lacking a game-breaker in the mould of Mal Meninga or Brad Fittler, and we've got a good recent record against the Kangaroos, so that will give us confidence for tomorrow.
Van Straaten missed the conversion and moments later Booth - employing a kicking style reminiscent of rugby league great Mal Meninga - booted a longrange penalty to give Leicester a 15-11 lead.
But next time, leave Lebanon out of it and let's get back to the happy days of Ellery Hanley's bulldogs against Meninga, Peter Sterling, Wally Lewis and Co at a packed, soaking-wet Old Trafford.
Australian coach Mal Meninga with business tycoon Michael Ibrahim.
It rounded off a second year unbeaten under coach Mal Meninga, but it might have been very different but for an ankle tap on Kallum Watkins when he looked all set to score an equalising try 16 minutes from the end.