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World Club Challenge:
The World Club Challenge is an annual rugby league competition between the winners of the Australian NRL and the Super League. The first such match was played in 1976 but did not become a regular fixture until the late 1980s. It was also punctuated in the 1990s by the Super League war but has been held every year since 2000. The Sydney Roosters are the current champions, having defeated St Helens 12– 20 in St Helens.

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Roosters beat St Helens to record fifth World Club title

National Rugby League side Sydney Roosters claim a record fifth World Club Challenge title by beating St Helens.
BBC News - Published

World Club Challenge: Test your knowledge of rugby league's annual club contest

To prepare for Saturday's World Club Challenge between St Helens and Sydney Roosters, try our quiz...
BBC News - Published

St Helens to host Sydney Roosters in World Club Challenge in February

Super League champions St Helens will host NRL winners Sydney Roosters in the 2020 World Club Challenge in February.
BBC News - Published

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