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Scotland's Brooks sorry after being thrown out of World Cup squad

BBC Sport Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Sam Brooks apologises for the "embarrassing" behaviour that led to him being thrown out of Scotland's Rugby League World Cup squad.
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England's Under-17 World Cup winning squad arrive home after winning the World Cup in India. Manager, Steve Cooper and team captain, Joel Latibeaudiere, discuss their win.

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