(Lebanese Rugby League Federation)
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Lebanon's fairytale run at the Rugby League World Cup ended at the quarterfinals stage after a controversial 24-22 loss to Tonga over the weekend.After the Cedars conceded four tries in the opening period, they limited Tonga to a solitary penalty following the restart and, but for two disallowed tries, might have found themselves facing England in the semifinals Sunday.Some fine work from Mitchell Moses saw the Parramatta half-back find Adam Douheihi who appeared to score his second try of the afternoon.Lebanon, however, quickly regained their composure to level the match through Douheihi's try.Fusitu'a then scored his second try before Abbas Miski struck for Lebanon to leave the tie finely poised at halftime.
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