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A barnstorming Andrew Fifita try put an exclamation mark on an emphatic Australian win over Fiji as the Kangaroos moved into the final of the Rugby League World Cup.

Fifita scored the final try for an Australian team that totally dominated the Fijians in winning 64-0, with the Kangaroos to now play New Zealand in the tournament deciding game next weekend.

The Kiwis edged past England in their semi final match when Shaun Johnson scored a try with just 20-seconds left on the clock to give his team a 22-20 victory.

Understandably, Fifita was ecstatic about having the chance to play in the World Cup final. He will line up with Sharks skipper and the Kangaroos Vice Captain Paul Gallen when they tackle the New Zealanders.

Fifita spoke with immediately after the match, with his interview now playing on Sharks TV.
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