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The organisers of the Rugby League World Cup have restated the player eligibility rules ahead of the submission of interim squads.
The 10-nation tournament starts in Australia from October 25 and, for the avoidance of any doubt, the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) have listed the criteria that must be met in order to participate.
A player can take part in an international match for the country of his birth; the country his parents or any of his grandparents were born in; and his principal country of residence for a period of three years up to his selection date.
Selection is also permitted for the country a player has representated international rugby league in at any age level prior to the introduction of the RLIF's constitution in 1998, or for a country where he has gained senior international honours in any sport.
Where a player is eligible for more than one country a choice must be made - this is deemed to have occurred once selection in a team is accepted by the individual. Until that point he is available for more than one nation.
The 2008 Rugby League World Cup, the first for eight years, features 18 matches at 12 venues over the course of 29 days.
The format consists of three pools, with the first comprising Australia, New Zealand, England and Papua New Guinea. The second includes France, Fiji and Scotland and the third brings together Tonga, Samoa and Ireland.
Brisbane's Lang Park hosts the final on November 22 - it is already a sell-out.
|Friday 18th April|
|12:15||St Helens vs Wigan|
|14:45||Warrington vs Widnes|
|15:00||Wakefield vs Castleford|
|18:00||Salford vs Huddersfield|
|Monday 21st April|
|15:00||Wigan vs Bradford|
|15:00||Widnes vs St Helens|
|15:00||Huddersfield vs Wakefield|
|15:00||Hull vs London Broncos|
|15:00||Leeds vs Salford|
|15:30||Castleford vs Warrington|
|Thursday 17th April|
|Hull K R 21 - 20 Hull|
|London Broncos 22 - 28 Catalan Dragons|
|Bradford 6 - 46 Leeds|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Catalan Dragons 42 - 20 Widnes|
|Friday 11th April|
|Warrington 12 - 25 Hull K R|
|Wigan 36 - 14 London Broncos|
|Leeds 42 - 6 Wakefield|
|Bradford 24 - 38 Salford|
|Castleford 28 - 30 St Helens|
|Thursday 10th April|
|Hull 30 - 6 Huddersfield|
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