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Tuilagi fired up by Tongan war dance before inspiring England to Rugby World Cup win with two tries

Tuilagi fired up by Tongan war dance before inspiring England to Rugby World Cup win with two tries

MANU TUILAGI tore into Tonga after being fired up by their war dance. The Samoan-born star scored two crucial tries on his return to the global stage for the first time in eight years. Tonga threw down the challenge to England with their war dance – bu the underdogs eventually came up short Manu Tuilagi was one of the few England players to truly hit

Cheika tears into Fiji over Hodge citing

Cheika tears into Fiji over Hodge citing

Rugby World Cup: Phil Kearns was hot under the collar after hearing that Reece Hodge has been cited for a dangerous tackle against Fiji. Hodge is now facing a possible World Cup ban for a tackle most people in the game agree was a courageous trysaver after the citing commissioner charged him with an “act of foul play”. Cheika said he’s confident Hodge

How do rugby bonus points work and is rule used at World Cup 2019 in Japan?

How do rugby bonus points work and is rule used at World Cup 2019 in Japan?

THE Rugby World Cup is here and England are chasing a first triumph in 16 years. We all remember that magic night back in 2003, but first the Red Rose must negotiate Pool C – in which bonus points might prove crucial. England are seeking Rugby World Cup glory PA:Press Association How do you get a bonus point in the Rugby World Cup? RUGBY World Cup

England boss Eddie Jones blows £3million Rugby World Cup budget and sends ex-captain Will Carling to raise further £250,000

England boss Eddie Jones blows £3million Rugby World Cup budget and sends ex-captain Will Carling to raise further £250,000

WILL CARLING was sent by Eddie Jones to raise extra cash from City fat-cats after the England boss blew his World Cup budget. Ex-England skipper Carling managed to get an extra £250,000 for Jones . England boss Eddie Jones sent ex-captain Will Carling to raise more money for his side The Australian has spent more than £3million trying to win the World

Typhoon in Japan Results in 30 People Injured, 60,000 Houses Left Out of Power - Reports

Typhoon in Japan Results in 30 People Injured, 60,000 Houses Left Out of Power - Reports

About 50,000 houses on Kyushu island were cut off the power, and 9,000 more in the main island of Honshu's Yamaguchi Prefecture, the NHK broadcaster reported. According to the media, some 54 domestic flights were cancelled on Monday due to the storm. Typhoon Tapah info All travelers expecting to fly to or from Japan are advised to double-check for

Ireland earn bonus point after powering past Scotland with physical display

Ireland earn bonus point after powering past Scotland with physical display

Ireland took control of the group with a typically efficient bonus-point victory over Scotland, whose pre-match confidence washed away in the rain. The Scots now face a potential quarter-final decider with hosts Japan on the final weekend of the group stage. Lesson one in the manual on how to beat Ireland is to cherish the ball. Scotland must have

Note reveals world’s best sport fans

Note reveals world’s best sport fans

Rugby: Japan opened their home World Cup with a 30-10 win over Russia in Tokyo. An extraordinary series of moment from the opening weekend of action showed local fans belting out foreign national anthems as they were played before group stage matches. Japan fans were spotted coming prepared with lyric sheets for almost every national anthem played

Italy overcome early scare to beat spirited Namibia in Rugby World Cup

Italy overcome early scare to beat spirited Namibia in Rugby World Cup

Italy scored three tries within the space of 10 minutes, either side of half-time, to give themselves breathing room against a stubborn Namibia before recording a 47-22 win at the Hanazono Rugby Stadium in Osaka on Sunday. Damian Stevens scored an early try for Namibia to hint at an upset but Italy’s extra skill and class eventually shone through as

Outrage over All Blacks dirty shot

Outrage over All Blacks dirty shot

Rugby World Cup: New Zealand referee Ben O'Keefe was spotted high-fiving Fiji centre Waisea Nayacalevu following his try against Australia in what was an unusual exchange between player and official. Just a day after Wallabies coach Michael Cheika hit out at World Rugby’s decision to cite winger Reece Hodge for his shoulder charge on Fiji’s Peceli