Joe Coyd and James Simpson stole the show with four tries each as England beat Ireland in the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup.
England lived up to their billing as favourites to win the wheelchair World Cup with a 38-8 win over Australia.
New Zealand half-back Jahrome Hughes showed his class on his World Cup debut by helping his side to a 48-10 victory over Ireland.
Ireland's hopes of progressing to the World Cup knockout stages were left hanging by a thread after they fell to a 32-14 Group C defeat to Lebanon.
Ged Corcoran is braced for another bruising encounter ahead of Ireland's all-important World Cup clash with Lebanon.
A busy Sunday sees three games taking place, including Jamaica making their Rugby League World Cup debut.
In 2000, Ireland made their RLWC bow with Sky Sports pundits Brian Carney, Barrie McDermott and Terry O'Connor involved.