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Stay up to date on all of our nib Newcastle Knights representatives at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup with our 'World Cup Watch'.

Held in England, 16 nations in the men's competition and 8 countries in the women's will battle it out for international glory.

Check out the latest results and standings from our Knights competing in the men's and women's Cups below:

20/11 - Clydsdale and Johnston crowned World Cup champions

Australia has been crowned Women's Rugby League World Cup champions after defeating New Zealand 54-4 at Old Trafford, Manchester.

Knights and Newcastle born players Yasmin Clydsdale and Caitlan Johnston started for the Jillaroos as the side ran in 10 tries to one.

Clydsdale had a hand in the seventh try of the night after going through the Kiwi defence to find teammate Taryn Aiken in support.

Match Highlights: Australia v New Zealand

In a stadium named, the Theatre of Dreams, Clydsdale and Johnston lifted the silverware with their Australian teammates to record the Jillaroos third successive World Cup triumph.

The result caps off a huge year for the pair having both been apart of the NRLW premiership winning squad along with the victorious NSW Blues side.

Knights premiership winners Autumn-Rain Stephens Daly played for New Zealand and Shanice Parker (injured) played a huge role in the campaign for the Kiwi Ferns.

The 2021 Women's Rugby League World Cup Champions

Meanwhile, in the men's competition, Australia secured the double with a 30-10 win over Samoa.

15/11 - Jillaroos book spot in World Cup final

Australia have advanced to the final of the Women's World Cup after defeating Papua New Guinea 82-0 at LNER Community Stadium, York.

Knight Yasmin Clydsdale featured off the bench for the Jillaroos as the side ran in 15 tries to earn entry to the final.

The green and gold will look to retain their title which was previously won in 2017.

Match Highlights: Australia v Papua New Guinea

Meanwhile, New Zealand progressed to face Australia after downing hosts England 20-6.

The two teams will head to Manchester this Sunday to fight it out for World Cup glory, kicking off at 12:15am AEDT.

Also, in the men's draw, Australia will play Samoa in the final after the women's game at Old Trafford, Manchester, kicking off at 3:00am AEDT.

13/11 - Young's England fall to Samoa in thrilling Semi-Final

England have been defeated 27-26 by Samoa in a thrilling Semi-Final showdown at Emirates Stadium, London.

Knights winger Dom Young featured for the home side having played a key role in England's progression throughout the tournament.

After a back-and-forth battle, a late Stephen Crichton field goal in golden point won the game for Samoa.

Young finished the campaign with nine tries (second most), 7 line breaks, 875 run metres and 17 tackle breaks.

Match Highlights: England v Samoa

Samoa will advance to play Australia in the final at Old Trafford, Manchester next Sunday 3:00am AEDT.

11/11 - Jillaroos defeat Kiwi Ferns in hard-fought final group game

Knights forwards Caitlan Johnston and Yasmin Clydsdale featured in Australia's 10-8 win against New Zealand in their final group game at LNER Community Stadium, York.

Teammate Autumn-Rain Stephens Daly played on the wing for the Kiwi Ferns scoring her first World Cup try in the 54th minute while Shanice Parker didn't feature for New Zealand.

The two teams played out a brutal encounter scoring two tries each with the one conversion all that could separate the two nations.

Match Highlights: Australia v New Zealand

Australia finished their group stage in top spot above New Zealand in second with both nations progressing to the Semi-Finals.

The Jillaroos will take on Papua New Guinea next Tuesday at 4:00am AEDT for a place in the final while the Kiwi Ferns will play hosts England a couple of hours after on Tuesday.

7/11 - NRLW stars advance to Semi-Finals

Yasmin Clydsdale has made her starting debut for the Jillaroos in the Aussie's 92-0 rout of France at LNER Community Stadium, York in their second group game.

The Jillaroos scored 17 tries to secure a Semi-Finals berth.

Meanwhile, Shanice Parker featured for the Kiwi Ferns as New Zealand booked their passage through to the last four with a 34-4 win over Cook Islands.

The Kiwis ran in seven tries to one to win their second group game.

Furthermore, NSW Women's Premiership player Anika Butler scored in Papua New Guinea's 70-0 defeat of Brazil.

The Orchids also booked a spot in the Semi's with one group game remaining.

6/11 - Young and England book Semi-Final spot

Dom Young and England have moved through to the last four of the World Cup on home soil after downing Papua New Guinea 46-6 in the quarter-finals at DW Stadium, Wigan.

The Knights winger scored one of England's nine tries in the 14th minute and provided a try-assist to play his part in the victory.

The try was Dom's ninth of the tournament.

Match Highlights: England v Papua New Guinea

England will take on Samoa for a spot in the final this Sunday, 1:30am AEDT while Australia plays New Zealand in the other Semi-Final this Saturday, 6:45am.

3/11: Johnston scores on Jillaroos debut

Knights NRLW front-row forward Caitlan Johnston has scored on debut for Australia in the Jillaroos opening 74-0 victory over Cook Islands at LNER Community Stadium, York.

Johnston made her way over for the side's second try of the night in the eighth minute of the game.

Teammate and Novocastrian Yasmin Clydsdale also made her debut in the victory coming off the bench in jersey 18.

Match Highlights: Australia v Cook Islands

NRLW teammate Kiana Takairangi featured for the Cook Islands playing in the centres.

The Jillaroos ran in 14 tries en route to victory and will take on France next Monday morning at 6:30 am.

3/11 - Parker shines in Kiwi Ferns victory

Knights NRLW centre and Player of the Year Shanice Parker also scored on her international debut for New Zealand playing an influential role in the Kiwi Ferns 46-0 win over France.

Parker set up two tries and put the icing on the cake with a sensational 100 metre solo run to inspire New Zealand to an opening round victory.

Parker blitzes French defence in 100m run

Alongside NRLW teammate, Autumn-Rain Stephens Daly, who was playing in her third Test, Parker ran for over 200 metres in the win.

Former Knights and inaugural players Katelyn Vaha'akolo, Krystal Rota (Captain), Annetta Nu'uausala and Charlotte Scanlan also featured.

The Kiwi Ferns will take on the Cook Islands next Monday at 4:00am.

2/11 - NSW Women's Premiership player scores on debut for PNG

Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership player Anika Butler has scored a try on international debut for Papua New Guinea in the side's opening 34-12 win over Canada at Emerald Headingly Stadium, Leeds.

Butler, named on the wing, scored in the 77th minute to confirm the Orchids first ever win at the World Cup since their first tournament in 2017.

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Butler and PNG will look to confirm a spot in the knockout rounds when they next take on Brazil this Sunday at MKM Stadium Hull

1/11 - NRLW stars named to make international debuts

Knights NRLW players Caitlan Johnston and Yasmin Clydsdale have been named to make their debuts for Australia in the Jillaroos first World Cup group game against Cook Islands on Thursday morning.

Johnston, in jersey 20, will line-up in the front-row while Clydsdale, jersey 18, will come off the bench.

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Meanwhile, Shanice Parker has earned her first Test appearance for the Kiwi Ferns having been named to start in the centres against France in their opening group game on Thursday morning.

Parker will line-up alongside Knights teammate Autumn-Rain Stephens Daly, who will play her first game since Round 3, lining up at five-eighth.

Furthermore, two-try hero in the Grand Final, Kiana Takairangi will line-up for Cook Islands against the Jillaroos in the opening group game while Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership player, Anika Butler will make her debut for Papua New Guinea, named on the wing against Canada.

Papua New Guinea v Canada

Wednesday, November 2, 4.00am AEDT at Emerald Headingley Stadium

New Zealand v France

Thursday, November 3, 4.00am AEDT at LNER Community Stadium

Australia v Cook Islands

Thursday, November 3, 6.30am AEDT at LNER Community Stadium

30/10 - Young setting Cup alight after notching record try-haul in England rout

Dom Young continued his impressive World Cup streak with a record four tries in England's 94-4 victory over Greece in their final group game in Sheffield.

The winger scored in the 12th, 24th, 34th and 36th minutes to equal a record for most tries in a Test by an Englishman.

The haul put Young top of the try-scorers list for the World Cup with eight in three games.

Four tries for sensational Young

Having secured top spot with the win, England marched onto the quarter finals where they will face Papua New Guinea on Sunday morning.

30/10 - Youngster Toloi makes international debut for Fiji

Knights pathways player Tevita Toloi made his international debut for Fiji in the side's 30-14 win over Scotland in Newcastle.

The 20-year-old came off the bench for The Bati in their final group game.

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The Jersey Flegg Cup player was a late inclusion to the squad due to injuries.

Fiji progressed to the quarter finals with the result and will play New Zealand next Sunday at 6:30am AEDT.

23/10 - Young scores long-range double once again 

Knights winger Dom Young has scored two tries in an impressive 42-18 win for England against France in Bolton. 

In the 55th minute, Young scored England's sixth try, thanks to a quick pass from teammate, John Bateman. 

Only 10 minutes later, Young ran 90 metres in full flight to score a brilliant second.

Overall, Young had three tackle breaks with 68 post-contact metres in his second game for England. 

15/10 - Young bags double on debut in England opener

nib Newcastle Knights winger Dom Young has scored two tries in his first World Cup appearance for England in the tournament hosts 60-6 rout of Samoa on the opening day.

Our flying Englishman scored in the 24th and 29th minute - only five minutes apart - to announce himself on the international stage.

Dom Young looks at home on the international stage

Young showed his trademark speed for his first picking up the ball just shy of the halfway line and raced past Samoan fullback Joseph Suaalii to score next to the posts.

For his second, Young was on hand after quick hands down the right had the winger diving over in the corner.

Dom Young's first-half double

The 21-year-old also had three tackle breaks, and two line breaks and ran for 168 metres in an impressive opening-day win for England.

Young will be in action next Sunday morning with England set to take on France in Bolton.