Samoa thrash Greece to get World Cup campaign motoring
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The Samoans took just one minute and two seconds to open the scoring on their way to recovering from a chastening 60-6 opening-game defeat to England.
They ran in 13 tries in total during a one-sided contest on Sunday evening.
The World Cup debutants are now unable to progress past the group phase.
Penrith Panthers star Jarome Luai ran the show for Samoa, who led 42-0 at the break.
Samoa face France for a last-eight spot on Sunday in Warrington.
The final World Cup game in Doncaster will take place on Monday when Papua New Guinea take on Wales.