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Rugby: Japan claim Pacific Nations trophy in World Cup boost

Reuters Saturday, 10 August 2019
Japan overpowered a dogged United States 34-20 to win the Pacific Nations Cup in Suva on Saturday and enjoy a timely confidence boost six weeks out from hosting the World Cup.
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