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Early blitz lifts six-try Wales to win over Georgia (6)
By Reuters News ServiceSeptember 23, 2019013 Share0 The Six Nations champions delivered a strong statement of intent in their Rugby World Cup opener Wales produced a tale of two halves as an electric start secured a deserved 43-14 bonus-point victory over Georgia in their Rugby World Cup Pool D clash on Monday, before they wilted in the energy-sapping humidity at the City of Toyota Stadium. The Welsh were rampant as tries from Jonathan Davies, Justin Tipuric, Josh
Wales overwhelms Georgia with 6 tries but struggles in second half (4)
AP, AFP-JIJI TOYOTA, AICHI PREF. - Wales opened its Rugby World Cup campaign by beating Georgia 43-14 on Monday in a contest which became much more even in the second half. "It was a good first half for us and we were pretty happy at half-time," said Wales coach Warren Gatland. "A little bit messy in the second half but the ball was quite slippery out there and it was hard to hold on to it.
Coach Jackson reminds Samoa of opportunity to create legacy (4)
Sport Coach Jackson reminds Samoa of opportunity to create legacy Samoa are determined to go beyond the World Cup pool stages for the first time in over 20 years, coach Steve Jackson said on Monday, as he challenged his players to create their own legacy to match the Samoan quarter- finalists of 1991 and 1995. 23 Sep 2019 01:00PM KUMAGAYA, Japan: Samoa are determined to go beyond the World Cup pool stages for the first time in over 20 years, coach Steve Jackson said on
Rugby fans allowed own food in World Cup venues after shortages (4)
Organisers lift stadium ban amid complaints of long queues and food quickly selling out Justin McCurry in Tokyo Mon 23 Sep 2019 08.34 BST After doomsday warnings over possible beer shortages during the Rugby World Cup in Japan, it is fans' appetite for solid, rather than liquid refreshment, that has created the first minor headache for organisers. Just four days into the tournament, an unpopular ban on fans taking food
Toyota Stadium removes name sign for Rugby World Cup sponsor (3)
Kyodo A stadium hosting games for the Rugby World Cup in the central Aichi Prefecture city of Toyota has removed its name sign in consideration of one of the event's main sponsors, British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., a city official said Monday. The Toyota Stadium sign set up at the entrance was removed on Sept.
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