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The players took time out from their build-up to Saturday’s Gillette Four Nations match against France to hold a Melbourne Cup sweep with former Great Britain coach Brian Noble joining the team as a special guest to help with the draw.<br><br>Kangaroos skipper Darren Lockyer was among the last to be drawn but secured race favourite Viewed, while Billy Slater (Alcopop) and Robbie Farah (Roman Emperor) also drew some of the favourites.<br><br>The Kangaroos will watch a replay of the race (which is run at 5am UK time) at breakfast. &nbsp;<br><br><b>The VB Kangaroos Melbourne Cup sweep</b><br><br>1.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Viewed&nbsp; - Darren Lockyer<br><br>2.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; C’est La Guerre – Jarryd Hayne<br><br>3.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Fiumicino – David Shillington<br><br>4.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Master O’Reilly – Ben Hannant<br><br>5.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mourilyan – Greg Inglis<br><br>6.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Roman Emperor – Robbie Farah<br><br>7.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Ista Kareem – Justin Hodges<br><br>8.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Crime Scene – Johnathan Thurston<br><br>9.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Munsef – Petero Civoniceva<br><br>10.&nbsp;&nbsp; Zavite – Cooper Cronk<br><br>11.&nbsp;&nbsp; Alcopop – Billy Slater<br><br>12.&nbsp;&nbsp; Harris Tweed – Paul Gallen<br><br>13.&nbsp;&nbsp; Kibbutz – Michael Jennings<br><br>14.&nbsp;&nbsp; Newport – Trent Waterhouse<br><br>15.&nbsp;&nbsp; Warringah – Ryan Hoffman<br><br>16.&nbsp;&nbsp; Gallions Reach – Luke Lewis<br><br>17.&nbsp;&nbsp; Spin Around – Anthony Watmough<br><br>18.&nbsp;&nbsp; Basaltico – Josh Morris<br><br>19.&nbsp;&nbsp; Capecover Brett Morris<br><br>20.&nbsp;&nbsp; Daffodil – Nathan Hindmarsh<br><br>21.&nbsp;&nbsp; Shocking&nbsp;&nbsp; - Kurt Gidley<br><br>22.&nbsp;&nbsp; Allez Wonder – Brett White<br><br>23.&nbsp;&nbsp; Changingoftheguard – Cam Smith<br><br>24.&nbsp;&nbsp; Leica Ding – Sam Thaiday <br>
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