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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Great Britain's Tri-Nations defeat to New Zealand has been called into question following claims that Nathan Fien was ineligible to play for the Kiwis.
Fien had claimed to be eligible to represent New Zealand through a Kiwi grandmother, but New Zealand Rugby League chairman Sel Bennett now admits he was selected on the basis of a Wanganui-born great-grandmother.
The Rugby Football League has called for more information and says it is being briefed on the affair while Australian RL chief executive Geoff Carr confirmed today that the game's international executive would discuss the situation.
If Fien was ruled …