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Are these the most cheerful losers of the Rugby World Cup?
The Namibian team might have been defeated at their game against Tonga yesterday, but it was all smiles at a rugby event in Plymouth this morning.
The players have been singing the praises of Exeter Chiefs rugby ground and their fans.
Eugene Jantjies, Jaco Engels and Conrad Marais couldn't speak highly enough about the welcome they received and the support they got at Sandy Park.
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Torquay United have announced Kevin Nicholson will take over as manager following the departure of Paul Cox earlier this month.
The 34 year-old is well known to fans of Torquay having appeared over 300 times for the team during a seven-year period.
We caught up with him to hear about his plans for the club, which has had some troubled times recently:
The Tongan team have arrived at Sandy Park and are gearing up for match against Namibia this afternoon.
However, ITV News understands that former Exeter Chief player Fetu'u Vanikolo is injured and won't play today.
But it's not all smiles at the stadium...ITV News understands that former Exeter Chief player Fetu'u Vanikolo is injured and won't play today to the immense disappointment of Exeter fans at the ground.
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Drivers are being warned to expect serious congestion in Exeter this afternoon as thousands of fans descend on the city for the Rugby World Cup.
Tonga are due to play Namibia in the first of three matches at Sandy Park.
With kick-off at 16:45, people are being advised to plan local journeys carefully.
Torquay United have announced Kevin Nicholson will take over as manager at the club following the departure of Paul Cox earlier this month.
Nicholson will take the role as player-manager.
The 34 year-old is well known to fans of Torquay having appeared over 300 times for the club during a seven-year period.
We are delighted to have Kevin on board as player-manager. As a player for the club, he displayed outstanding consistency over many years and is quite rightly regarded as a Legend here. We now welcome him back as player-manager to lead the club into what we hope will be an exciting new era.
Somerset County Cricket Club will be saying goodbye to three players at the end of the season - fast bowler Adam Dibble, left arm spinner George Dockrell and wicket-keeper James Regan.
It is always tough to release young players but ultimately we do have to make the types of judgments that are in their long term interests as well as the Club’s.
In the case of Adam, George and James, that task is made all the more difficult because they are outstanding young men and I am sure all of them will have a promising future in whatever direction life takes them.