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Monday, 26 March, 2001, 11:59 GMT 12:59 UK

Wendell Sailor Champions labelled 'best ever'
Australia coach Chris Anderson says his World Cup-winning side are the best team the game has seen.
Wales bow out after losing to Australia Curtain falls on World Cup
BBC Sport Online takes a look back at the World Cup, from the group games right up to the final at Old Trafford.
Wendell Sailor Australia win epic World Cup final
Wendell Sailor scores two of Australia's seven tries as the defending champions beat New Zealand 40-12 in the World Cup final.
World Cup returns profit
Rugby League's World Cup returns a profit of more than 2m despite the small attendances and accompanying criticism.
Australia v New Zealand clockwatch
Blow-by-blow account of the Rugby League World Cup final as Australia beat New Zealand 40-12 at Old Trafford.
Rugby league faces slow death
Scotland and Hull coach Shaun McRae warns that rugby league must act now to prevent it becoming a sport of the past.
Plans to boost England team
The Super League is laying the foundations to make England more of a force on the world stage.
Desperate need for serious opposition
For the good of rugby league, the rest of the world needs to raise its game to take on the Aussies, argues the BBC's Dave Woods.
Endacott hails king Kangaroos
New Zealand coach Frank Endacott hails champions Australia after seeing his side crash to defeat in the World Cup final.
Davies salutes awesome Aussies
BBC Sport's Jonathan Davies says Australia's wealth of options proved too much for New Zealand in the World Cup final.
Rugby League backs British
A bid to unearth more top British coaches is launched by the Rugby Football League to combat a dependence on foreign personnel.
Rugby league's rollercoaster ride
The Lincoln World Cup may not have been the runaway success many had hoped for, but it has had its share of memorable moments.
McDonald defends World Cup
The controversial decision to include 16 teams in this year's World Cup is defended by Australian rugby league chief John McDonald.
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