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Rugby World Cup 2019: New Zealand-born Bundee Aki defends his right to play for Ireland

Independent Monday, 16 September 2019
New Zealand-born qualified to play for Ireland on residency grounds in 2017 and is part of a World Cup squad that also includes South Africans Jean Kleyn and CJ Stander
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News video: Rugby World Cup 2019 in numbers

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The Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan on September 20. Here, PA looks at some of the numbers behind the tournament's history.

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