After defeating Ireland last week, Lebanon’s Rugby League team achieved a big victory over its Jamaican counterpart, scoring 74-12, during the Rugby League World Cup (RLWC2021).
During the match Jamaica started strongly, however, Lebanon scored first in the 5th minute after Mitchell Moses made a long-range break and found Mikey Tannous for support.
The Cedars achieved another goal just 4 minutes later, while a ball from Moses to Adam Doueihi backed up another score in the 13th minute.
The next to score was Charbel Tasipale, who scored in the 26th minute and Josh Mansour followed 5 minutes later, whereas Adam Doueihi was the try scorer in the 44th minute, while Josh Mansour scored his 3rd try in the 70th minute.
This win secured Lebanon a spot in the quarter-final, as the Lebanese Rugby League team will then face one of the strongest teams, Australia.