Womens RLWC Australia vs England at Southern Cross group Stadium  .Picture : NRL Photos / Gregg Porteous

All the results and try scorers from the opening two rounds of the Women's Rugby League World Cup.

ROUND 1

KIWI FERNS v CANADA

New Zealand have opened their women's Rugby League World Cup campaign with a 50-4 demolition of minnows Canada in Sydney.

New Zealand 50 (Hireme 2, Fotu-Moala 2, Maumau 2, Tupaea, Murray, Nicholls-Pualau tries; Nati 7 goals) def Canada 4 (Pakulias try)

JILLAROOS v COOK ISLANDS

The Australian Jillaroos have opened their Women's World Cup title defence in style with a crushing 58-4 victory over the Cook Islands in Cronulla on Thursday.

Australian Jillaroos 58 (Caitlin Moran 2, Brittany Breayley, Karina Brown, Ali Brigginshaw, Vanessa Foliaki, Talesha Quinn, Isabelle Kelly, Nakia Davis-Welsh, Meg Ward, Lavina O'Mealey tries; Maddie Studdon 4, Caitlin Moran 3 goals) defeated Cook Islands 4 (Chantelle Inangaro Schofield try) at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Half-time: Jillaroos 36-0. Crowd 3,003.

ENGLAND v PNG

England have earned a hard-fought victory despite losing a host of players to injuries, running away with a strong 36-8 victory over Papua New Guinea.

England 36 (Booth 2, Hoyle, Hardcastle, Stanley, Bound  Sutcliffe tries, Stanley 5 goals) PNG 8 (Kaupa, Oiufa tries)

ROUND 2

JILLAROOS v ENGLAND

Australia remain undefeated in the women's Rugby League World Cup, downing England 38-0 at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Sunday, although their reputation received a dent with centre Isabelle Kelly accused of biting.

Australia 38 (Ward 2, Kelly, Davis-Welsh, Baker, Walton, Apps, Moran tries; Baker 2, Moran goals) defeated England 0 at Southern Cross Group Stadium. 

KIWI FERNS v COOK ISLANDS

The Ferns ran in 14 tries in a near-perfect performance with speedster Honey Hireme crossing for six tries in a clinical display of rugby league.

New Zealand 76 (Hireme 6, McGregor 2, Woodman 2, Murray 2, Maumau,, Maynard tries; Nati 10 goals) def. Cook Islands 0

CANADA v PNG

It was a proud day for Canada Rugby League, with the women recording their first ever World Cup victory to the tune of 22-8.

The brave side came out on top against Papua New Guinea in an incredibly physical match to close out the second round of the group stages.

Canada 22 (N Smith 3, S McDaid tries; I Patrinos 2, McDaid goals) def PNG 8 (C Bulhage, M Karl tries)