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Storms cause ANZAC Test postponement
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Storms cause ANZAC Test postponement

Australia's annual ANZAC Test with New Zealand was postponed on Friday after the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane was hit by tropical storms.

Torrential rainfall in Brisbane have led to the annual ANZAC Test between Australia and New Zealand being postponed until Sunday.


The top two international sides in rugby league were due to go head-to-head at Suncorp Stadium on Friday, however officials have opted to push the match back due to unplayable conditions.


NRL head of football Todd Greenberg said: "There were a number of considerations for this decision, primarily player safety as well as that of our supporter."

Australia have dominated the ANZAC encounters with 14 wins in the 15 matches, winning the last 13 in succession.

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