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2019 Rugby World Cup: Ireland move into quarter-finals by crushing Samoa

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
2019 Rugby World Cup: Ireland move into quarter-finals by crushing SamoaIreland crushed Samoa 47-5 in their final Pool A game to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals with a bonus-point victory. Ireland scored four of its seven tries with a player less, after centre Bundee Aki became the first...
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News video: Ireland v Samoa: Rugby World Cup match preview

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An in-depth look at Ireland's crucial World Cup clash with Samoa in Pool A. Defeat against the Pacific islanders would put Joe Schmidt's men on the brink of elimination.

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