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2019 Rugby World Cup: Japan complete captain's run as Typhoon Hagibis strikes

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
2019 Rugby World Cup: Japan complete captain's run as Typhoon Hagibis strikesThe worst typhoon of the year is bearing down on Japan, but that hasn't stopped their rugby team from getting in one last training run ahead of their much-debated Rugby World Cup game against Scotland on Sunday night.Typhoon Hagibis,...
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All Blacks' coach Steve Hansen says its a "no brainer" to cancel two Rugby World Cup matches because of the potential threat of Typhoon Hagibis.

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