There is one word that comes to mind when thinking of The Australian Rugby League team: Dominance. Winners of 11 of the 15 Rugby League World Cups since its inception in 1954, The Kangaroos have held their claim on royalty in the Rugby League International Federation. With their sheer talent, legacy and famous pregame war cry, The Australian Rugby League Team has struck fear into the hearts of every opponent they have faced since their inaugural season in 1908.
1968 was one of many special years in the history of Australian rugby. The Rugby League World Cup was in its fourth staging and was hosted in Australia and New Zealand. With a record crowd in their first-round game, The Kangaroos advanced to the World Cup final where they faced France. The gritty French squad gave The Kangaroos all they could handle and held them to a 7-0 score at half time, but coach Harry Bath and star second rower Ron Coote willed Australia to a 20-2 victory to capture their second Rugby League World Cup title.
Secure your very own vintage 1968 Australian Rugby League jersey and relive the greatness and tradition of the Australian team. This 100% cotton jersey comes with a detailed embroidered team crest and ships free same day to your door from our warehouse in the southern United States. Remember dominance. Remember The Australian Rugby League Team.
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