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Ireland: Rory Best says fast start set up World Cup hammering of Scotland

BBC News Sunday, 22 September 2019 ()
Captain Rory Best is delighted with Ireland's World Cup start as first-half domination sets up their 27-3 win over sorry Scotland.
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