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South Africa end Japanese dream at Rugby World Cup

Mid-Day Monday, 21 October 2019
*Tokyo:* South Africa broke Japanese hearts with a 26-3 quarter-final victory on Sunday to set up a Rugby World Cup semi-final against Wales, who needed a late try to scrape past 14-man France by a single point. Japan showed their trademark pace and adventure in a promising first half, but they were worn down by the two-time...
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News video: Japan change fullback for South Africa quarter-final

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Japan call up Ryohei Yamanaka as fullback in place of William Tupou ahead of Sunday's Rugby World Cup quarter-final against South Africa.

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