Jamaica’s Reggae Warriors make historic qualification for 2021 Rugby World Cup

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Jamaica will be at the Rugby League World Cup for the first time in their history after they beat the United States 16-10 on Saturday.

The Reggae Warriors will make their inaugural bow in the World Cup thanks to Jy-Mel Coleman’s two first-half penalty goals as well as tries from Joel Farrell and Keenen Tomlinson. The Reggae Warriors then showed their defensive prowess in the second half, to keep the period scoreless and become the 11th country to qualify for the 2021 showpiece.

The victory also meant the Warriors claimed the 2018 Americas Championship.
 

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