Rugby Rugby World Cup 2019: Results and pool standings

Rugby Rugby World Cup 2019: Results and pool standings

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Rugby The All Blacks defend the Webb Ellis Cup in Japan.

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The All Blacks defend the Webb Ellis Cup in Japan.

All the results from the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. There are four pools of five teams and the top two from each pool advance to the quarter-finals. The full match schedule can be found here. The final is played in Yokohama on November 2.

Thursday, September 26 in Kobe (Pool C):England 45(George Ford, Billy Vunipola, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Joe Cokanasiga 2, Ruaridh McConnochie, Lewis Ludlam tries; Ford 5 con)United States 7(Bryce Campbell try; AJ MacGinty con)HT: 19-0.

In Fukuoka (Pool B): Italy 48(Braam Steyn, Dean Budd, Sebastian Negri, penalty, Mattia Bellini, Federico Zani, Matteo Minozzi tries; Tommaso Allan 3 con, pen, Carlo Canna con)Canada 7(Andrew Coe try; Peter Nelson con).HT: 17-0.

READ MORE: 
​* RWC: Full schedule and pools
* Guide to RWC coverage on Stuff
* How to watch all the RWC games
* RWC 2019: A beginner’s guide
* Download Stuff’s RWC wallchart

Wednesday, September 25 in Kamaishi (Pool D): Uruguay 30(Santiago Arata, Juan Manuel Cat, Manuel Diana tries; Felipe Berchesi 3 con, 3 pen)Fiji 27(Nikola Matawalu 2, Mesulame Dolokoto, Eroni Mawi, Apisalome Ratuniyarawa tries; Josh Matavesi con).HT: 24-12.

Tuesday, September 24 in Kumagaya (Pool A): Samoa 34(Alapati Leiua 2, Afaesetiti Amosa, Ed Fidow 2, Rey Lee-Lo tries; Tusi Pisi 2 con)Russia 9(Yury Kushnarev 2 pen, drop goal).HT: 5-6. 

Rugby George Bridge dives over for the All Blacks' opening Rugby World Cup try against South Africa in Yokohama.

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George Bridge dives over for the All Blacks’ opening Rugby World Cup try against South Africa in Yokohama.

Monday, September 23 in Toyota (Pool D): Wales 43(Josh Adams, Jonathan Davies, George North, Justin Tipuric, Liam Williams, Tomos Williams tries; Dan Biggar 4, Leigh Halfpenny con, Biggar pen)Georgia 14(Levan Chilachava, Shalva Mamukashvili tries; Tedo Abzhandadze 2 cons).HT: 29-0.

Sunday, September 22 in Sapporo (Pool C): England 35(Manu Tuilagi 2, Jamie George, Luke Cowan-Dickie tries; Owen Farrell 3 con, 3 pen) Tonga 3(Sonatane Takulua pen).HT: 18-3.

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