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    Typhoon Hagabis might make things veryinteresting this weekend

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    You know, I wouldn't mind seeing a plate and bowl competition at the Rugby World Cup. Especially this one in Japan. Great set of matches for Kamaishi, Kumagaya, Fukuoka and Hanazono. Or maybe double-headers at the bigger grounds.

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    Be nice if Wales play the next 78 minutes as dumb as the first couple. Go Fiji!!

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    Well the way things are being reffed I think the player that smacke Biggar in the head and landed on him should be red carded or don’t you have to bother about players on your side! ��������

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOB View Post
    Well the way things are being reffed I think the player that smacke Biggar in the head and landed on him should be red carded or donít you have to bother about players on your side! ��������

    How to ruin what looked like being a spectacular match by inconsistent sometimes random so.etimes pedantic refereeing. Ground down to a fizzer. FFS.

    Having said that the win was still there for Fiji until they started panic play with 15 minutes to go and even scores.

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    What you need to know about Typhoon Hagibis and the Rugby World Cup

    The All Blacks have delayed naming their team for Saturday's pool B clash with Italy amid speculation the match could be cancelled.
    World Rugby will hold a press conference at 4pm [NZ time] to provide an update on the impact of the typhoon, which is headed for the Tokyo region.

    The All Blacks were scheduled to name their team at 3.30pm but that has been delayed to 5.30pm.

    Their match against Italy in Toyota is scheduled for 5.45pm on Saturday. Toyota is 241km west of Tokyo. If it was cancelled, the All Blacks would leapfrog South Africa into top spot and win Pool B ahead of the quarter-finals.

    England v France (Saturday, 9:15pm) is also set to be called off but Japan v Scotland (Sunday, 11:45pm) is expected to go ahead at this stage. Both games are scheduled for Yokohama – 27km south of Toyko.

    Scotland could be the biggest losers as they would be denied the chance of earning a place in the quarter-finals when facing Japan in Yokohama in a possible Pool A decider.

    Among the other games under threat is Ireland v Samoa, a key fixture in Pool A on the southern island of Kyushu. Ireland need a bonus-point win in Fukuoka to guarantee a quarter-final berth.

    Typhoon Hagibis reached super typhoon status in just 18 hours and could be the strongest storm on earth this year.

    Cancelled pool games at the Rugby World Cup are declared scoreless draws.

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    England-France, New Zealand-Italy officially cancelled with typhoon Hagibis looming
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    Saturday night's England-France pool match has officially been cancelled due to the threat of Typhoon Hagibis.

    World Rugby confirmed on Thursday afternoon that the match would be cancelled with the typhoon on track to hit Tokyo.

    New Zealand-Italy has also been cancelled.

    Both matches will be 0-0 draws.

    Neither of those matches were expected to have a bearing on quarter-final results.

    In a statement, World Rugby said "every effort was being made to ensure" Sunday's pivotal Pool A match between Japan and Scotland would go ahead with a final call to be made on Sunday.

    "Every effort is being made to ensure Sunday’s matches will be played as scheduled," it read.

    "A thorough assessment of venues will take place after the typhoon has passed before a final decision is made on Sunday morning."

    More to come.

    STATUS

    Friday October 11
    Australia vs Georgia - to play as scheduled

    Saturday October 12
    Ireland vs Samoa, Fukuoka - to play as scheduled
    New Zealand vs Italy, Toyota- CANCELLED
    England vs France, Yokohama - CANCELLED

    Sunday October 13
    Japan vs Scotland, Yokohama - TBC
    Wales vs Uruguay - TBC

    https://www.rugby.com.au/news/2019/1...typhoon-update

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    Bloody hell it's a shame they can't move these games.

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    Japan and the Pacific Islands for Aussie Super 9's!

    Let's have one of these in WA! Click this link: Saitama Super Arena - New Perth Stadium?

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    So that means that Wobblie defo have to play England?

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    Confirmed - Wallabies v England QF 1 next Saturday at 3.15pm WST

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    Quote Originally Posted by The InnFORCEr View Post
    Confirmed - Wallabies v England QF 1 next Saturday at 3.15pm WST
    Well, Wales could fall over against Uruguay, meaning the Wobblies play France in QF3. Either way, they should be staying in Oita (if only because it looks like the Typhoon will miss Kyushu!).

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    The Wallabies are cooked.

    Canít wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by The InnFORCEr View Post
    Confirmed - Wallabies v England QF 1 next Saturday at 3.15pm WST
    Cheikaís reign of terror to end next Saturday confirmed.

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