A huge decision split the commentators down the middle. Josh Addo-Carr holds the World Nines trophy. Moses scored 20 points with a hat-trick to wrap up the game.
After getting the ball 15 metres out, Feldt stepped back in from the sideline after a long range play but appeared to take a double pump at the line. Fox Sports spoke to Feldt after the game.
The Jillaroos entered the match as the favourites after winning all three of their pool matches, including a triumph over New Zealand on day one.
They also posted the highest score of the tournament in a rout of England. However it mattered little in a seesawing final where the Kiwi Ferns came from behind on three occasions to steal a memorable victory.
The triumph came exactly three weeks to the day Hireme lost her mother. Leiataua gave the Kiwi Ferns the lead when she put Jules Newman over on a short-side play soon after resumption. Australia reclaimed the lead through Corban McGregor, who went on a scorching 60m sideline run. However, Nita Maynard got over in the closing stages and Raecene McGregor landed the pressure conversion to give New Zealand a memorable triumph.
Fresh off a win in their first game, Lebanon stunned the rugby league world when they upset England early on Saturday — but the fairytale turned into a nightmare after they were discovered to have two players under the age of 18 on their team. In a moment of high drama, Lebanon had the two year-old players banned ahead of their final group game against Wales.
Bilal Maarbani of Lebanon was left devastated. Under NRL rules, players must be 18 to take the field but international laws dictate the minimum age is The Nines is an international event run by the NRL.
It led to some farcical scenes where the NRL were reportedly asking Lebanon players for their drivers licences. This is a farce.
The NRL are scrambling asking for a Lebanon players driver's license.
One of the "under-aged" played on Friday night. The NRL were originally given some plaudits for the handling of the issue, allowing Lebanon to play on in the tournament.
But after the loss, the NRL then stripped Lebanon of the two points from their first match. In accordance with accepted precedence, the competition points deducted from Lebanon will not be awarded to France.
They only had to beat Wales on Saturday afternoon to progress through to the knockout stage — but they were smashed by Wales to leave the door open for England.
Lebanon were eliminated in the loss to Wales, which included two players being sent to the sin bin.