Valentine Holmes Wasn't The Only Kangaroo To Enter The Record Books Last Night

A record-breaking occasion

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Rugby League champion Billy Slater has once again entered the record books, becoming the leading try scorer in World Cup history. 

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Slater's two tries against Fiji takes his overall tally to 16, two clear of Jarryd Hayne and four clear of teammate Valentine Holmes

Kangaroos winger, Holmes, became the first Australian to score six tries in a Test, making it 11 tries in just 160 minutes of football. 

Holmes also broke the record for the most amount of tries scored in a single World Cup tournament (12) eclipsing Wendell Sailor who scored 10 in the 2000 edition of the tournament. 

 

 

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