Australia: 58
France: 0

  • Shenae Ciesiolka (3),
  • Jaime Chapman (6),
  • Jessica Sergis (9),
  • Jaime Chapman (12),
  • Tarryn Aiken (14),
  • Jessica Sergis (17),
  • Emma Tonegato (21),
  • Tallisha Harden (27),
  • Evania Pelite (35),
  • Jessica Sergis (37),
  • Jessica Sergis (42),
  • Julia Robinson (46),
  • Olivia Kernick (55),
  • Jaime Chapman (63),
  • Julia Robinson (67),
  • Julia Robinson (74),
  • Evania Pelite (79)

  • Lauren Brown (10/13),
  • Holli Wheeler (1/2),
  • Tarryn Aiken (1/2)

  • Emma Tonegato,
  • Julia Robinson,
  • Jessica Sergis,
  • Jaime Chapman,
  • Shenae Ciesiolka,
  • Taliah Fuimaono,
  • Tarryn Aiken,
  • Tallisha Harden,
  • Lauren Brown,
  • Kennedy Cherrington,
  • Yasmin Clydsdale,
  • Shaylee Bent,
  • Keilee Joseph.
  • Subs: Shannon Mato,
  • Holli Wheeler,
  • Olivia Kernick,
  • Evania Pelite
  • Manon Samarra,
  • Margot Canal,
  • Anais Fourcroy,
  • Laureane Biville,
  • Cloe Guillerot,
  • Elisa Ciria,
  • Alice Varela,
  • Cyndia Mansard,
  • Fanny Ramos,
  • Jeanne Bernard,
  • Elisa Akpa,
  • Perrine Monsterrat,
  • Dorine Samarra.
  • Subs: Lise Michel,
  • Elodie Pacull,
  • Mailys Borak,
  • Tallis Kuresa

Match report

Jess Sergis' scintillating quadruple helped fire Australia into the Women’s Rugby League World Cup semi-finals with a record-breaking 92-0 win over France.

The reigning champions were in devastating form as they recorded the largest ever margin of victory in a Women's World Cup game, the record previously shared by the Jillaroos and New Zealand with 88-0 triumphs.

Sergis shone with four tries as a hat-trick from Jamie Chapman, combined with doubles from Julia Robinson and Evania Pelite, added to the total in a 17-try victory.

The Jillaroos wasted no time in getting started, Shenae Ciesiolka dotting down in the left corner before Chapman roared into action in her opening World Cup performance.

She crossed in the fifth minute before claiming her second on the other side of a Sergis score.

France had no way of stopping the strength of their opponents, who scored from every set in the opening 19 minutes, player of the match Tarryn Aiken charging over the line for her first.

Sydney Roosters star Sergis grabbed her second, jogging past the France defence to dot down under the sticks before a rare mistake came from the Jillaroos after 20 minutes.

Aiken sailed through and fed Emma Tonegato who knocked on just in front of the posts and lost possession, but the fullback quickly rectified her mistake on their next set of six, surging through and crossing on the left.

Pelite claimed her first try of the game before Sergis secured her first-half hat-trick, fed by Robinson for another a brilliant run down the right side to make it 56-0 going into the break.

The second half continued with a show of the Jillaroos dominance as Sergis, who was crowned the Dally M NRLW Player of the Year in 2019, claimed her fourth just two minutes in.

Aiken chipped over the heads of the France defence and Elisa Akpa struggled to recover the ball, leaving room for Sergis to collect and cross.

Robinson made use of another Les Chanticleers mistake and added her own score as Laureane Biville knocked on and gave Robinson a window of opportunity to recover the ball and cross.

Akpa left the field with an ankle issue for France and soon after, Tallisha Harden and Olivia Kernick tries were followed by Chapman as she completed her hat-trick.

France fought back with a strong defensive spirit but forced too many errors to truly challenge the Jillaroos, as Robinson danced over the whitewash for her second and third and Pelite made history with the final try.