Josh Mansour scored a hat-trick of tries as Adam Doueihi steered Lebanon to a 74-12 defeat of Jamaica that sets up quarter-final clash with Australia and secures a place in the 2025 World Cup.
The Cedars play the Kangaroos at Huddersfield on Friday night after finishing second behind New Zealand in Pool C of the tournament and the 13 try effort was an ideal warm-up for playing the world champions.
With his side leading 44-0 at halftime, Lebanon coach Michael Cheika rested star halfback Mitchell Moses for the second term and Doueihi ensured that the intensity remained high in his absence.
The Reggae Warriors, playing in their first World Cup, scored two tries in the second half through winger Mo Agoro and forward Jordan Andrade.
Source: NRL. Com