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“HIGHLIGHT OF MY LIFE”: FRENCH FULLBACK’S STUNNING TRY AGAINST AUSTRALIA

However, the 27-year-old who plies his trade for Toulouse created the “highlight of his life” when he scored a length of the field try against the country of his birth.
“IT WAS UNBELIEVABLE,” KHEIRALLAH SAID. “IT WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF MY LIFE I RECKON, NOT JUST THE CAREER. IT’S CERTAINLY SOMETHING THAT I’LL REMEMBER FOREVER.”

Having come through the Roosters junior pathways with Australia’s Boyd Cordner, Kheirallah’s career has taken a very different path to his former teammate.

After making one NRL appearance for the Roosters in 2011, Kheirallah decided to embark on an adventure to play rugby league in France.

“It was just something different,” Kheirallah said. “I was feeling a bit sluggish here in Sydney and I just felt like something different and going over there rekindled the flame. I haven’t looked back since.”

During his time with Toulouse Olympique, the fullback slowly established himself as one of the best fullbacks in the country which resulted in him making his international debut two weeks ago against Jamaica.

Despite having earned the right to be a part of France’s World Cup squad, Kheirallah was nervous to join the squad as the only player to not have been born or raised in the country.

“I thought that with me being an outsider, it would be a bit hard,” Kheirallah said. “Since arriving in the team, all the boys have been really welcoming, friendly and embracing.”

France Head Coach Aurelien Cologni was thrilled with his fullback’s efforts throughout the tournament so far.

“When Mark comes onto the field he always enjoys it and always brings positive sensations,” Cologni said. “His run was fantastic…the effort was perfect.”

Kheirallah was appreciative to have his coach’s confidence.

“Aurelien has been great,” Kheirallah said. “He’s put a lot of trust and faith in me to organise our defence. He back me 100 per cent and his support is unbelievable.”

After losing their first two games of the tournament, France now head to Perth to face England as they attempt to keep their World Cup aspirations alive.

Rugby League World Cup 2017: Full draw for showpiece tournament

THE Rugby League World Cup is on the horizon, starting on Friday, October 27, with one of the host nations, the Kangaroos, kicking the tournament off in Melbourne.

We’ve got you covered with the full schedule of the month-long showpiece below.

Friday, October 27

Australia v England at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth.

Saturday, October 28

Papua New Guinea v Wales at Oil Search National Football Stadium, Port Moresby, 4pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

New Zealand v Samoa at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, 6.10pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Fiji v USA at Townsville Stadium, Townsville, 8.40pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Sunday, October 29

Ireland v Italy at Barlow Park, Cairns, 3pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

France v Lebanon at Canberra Stadium, Canberra, 4pm (AEDT)

Delayed broadcast on 7mate in Sydney (12am AEDT Monday), Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Scotland v Tonga at Barlow Park, Cairns, 5.15pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Friday, November 3

Australia v France at Canberra Stadium, Canberra, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Adelaide and Perth.

Saturday, November 4

New Zealand v Scotland at Christchurch Stadium, Christchurch, 3pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Samoa v Tonga at Waikato Stadium, Hamilton, 5.30pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

England v Lebanon at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Sunday, November 5

Papua New Guinea v Ireland at Oil Search National Football Stadium, Port Moresby, 5pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Italy v USA at Townsville Stadium, Townsville, 5pm (AEDT)

Delayed broadcast on 7mate in: Sydney (12.15am AEDT Monday), Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Fiji v Wales at Townsville Stadium, Townsville, 7.30pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Friday, November 10

Fiji v Italy at Canberra Stadium, Canberra, 7.40pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Saturday, November 11

New Zealand v Tonga at Waikato Stadium, Hamilton, 3pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Samoa v Scotland at Barlow Park, Cairns, 6pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Australia v Lebanon at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney and Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

Sunday, November 12

Papua New Guinea v USA at Oil Search National Football Stadium, Port Moresby, 4pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Wales v Ireland at Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth, 5.30pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

England v France at Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Friday, November 17

First quarter final at Darwin Stadium, Darwin, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Saturday, November 18

Second quarter final at Christchurch Stadium, Christchurch, 3pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Third quarter final at Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, 5.30pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Sunday, November 19

Fourth quarter final at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, 4pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Friday, November 24

First semi final at Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Adelaide and Perth.

Saturday, November 25

Second semi final at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, 4pm (AEDT)

Live on 7mate in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Saturday, December 2

Final at Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, 8pm (AEDT)

Live on Channel 7 in: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Live on 7mate in: Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.