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Rugby World Cup
Nov 20, 2003:  The All Blacks returned to the running and incisive rugby that deserted them in last weekend's semi-final to triumph over France 40-13 at Telstra Stadium and secure third place in the World Cup
Rugby World Cup
Nov 16, 2003: 
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Nov 15, 2003:  Australia have become the first side ever to quaify for three World Cup Finals after a superb 22-10 triumph over New Zealand at the Telstra Stadium in Sydney
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 11, 2003:  A review of the 2003 Rugby World Cup when a Jonny Wilkinson drop-goal 21 seconds from time won the tournament for England
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 9, 2003:  England recovered from a first half scare to see off a determined Wales 28-17 at the Suncorp Stadium and set up a semi-final showdown with France next weekend
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 9, 2003:  France sounded an impressive warning to all their rivals for the World Cup crown with a comprehensive 43-21 triumph over Ireland at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 8, 2003:  Australia set up a World Cup semi-final showdown with New Zealand in Sydney next week after an impressive 33-16 triumph over Scotland in Brisbane
Rugby World Cup 1999
Nov 8, 2003:  New Zealand became the first side to book a World Cup semi-final berth with a hard fought 29-9 victory over South Africa at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 2, 2003:  England put a troubled week firmly behind them with by running a resilient Uruguay ragged 111-13 in their clash at the Suncorp Stadium
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 1, 2003:  South African referee Jonathan Kaplan will never speak truer words if he lives to be 100
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 1, 2003:  South Africa flyhalf Derick Hougaard was the star of the show as they powered into the World Cup quarter finals with a 60-10 demolition of Samoa in their decisive clash at the Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Rugby World Cup 2003
Nov 1, 2003:  Scotland scraped into the last eight of the World Cup after a narrow 22-20 triumph over Fiji in Sydney
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 31, 2003:  Despite fielding what was virtually a second-string team, France made a clean sweep of their preliminary matches by downing the USA 41-14 in Wollongong
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 30, 2003:  Romania condemned Namibia to the 'worst team in the tournament' tag after a 37-7 win at Launceston
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 29, 2003:  A serious injury to Canadian captain Al Charron spoiled the Maple Leafs' night as they consigned Tonga to defeat in Wollongong to ensure the Pacific Island nation finished bottom of Pool D
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 28, 2003:  Crowd favourites Georgia left Aussie Stadium in tears as they bowed out of the World Cup empty-handed
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 26, 2003:  England survived a major scare to see off a brave Samoa 35-22 in their Pool C clash at the Telstra Dome, Melbourne
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 26, 2003:  Eddie O'Sullivan's Ireland put the ghost of Lens to bed and qualified for the quarter-finals of the World Cup, with a third Pool A win, founded on a solid second-half performance in a tough, tension-packed game
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 25, 2003:  France signalled their World Cup intentions with a decisive 51-9 victory over Scotland to reach the quarter finals
Rugby World Cup 2003
Oct 25, 2003:  Wales have reached the quarter finals of the World Cup thanks to a strong performance against Italy
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