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A Somerset schoolboy has gone back to class after half term today with one of the most impressive souvenirs possible.
Charlie Lines, a boarder at Millfield School, is now the proud owner of a Rugby World Cup winner's medal. But he never touched the ball - he's not even in the team.
He couldn't contain his excitement as the All Blacks stormed to victory in Saturday's Rugby World Cup final and ran onto the pitch - only to be brought crashing to the ground by a security guard.
All Blacks centre Sonny Bill Williams then showed the world just what a good sport he was by giving the teenager his championship medal.
The two have now been re-united for the first time since the epic final, with Sonny sharing a picture of the two of them on Twitter.
Sonny gave Charlie his medal immediately after Saturday's game. He said he felt sorry for him after he was knocked over. But despite his generosity, Sonny didn't go home empty handed. A spare medal was found and presented to him.
Charlie's family say he is now back at school and focussing on his studies.
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Exeter's Sandy Park stadium has been returned to the club after staging 3 Rugby World Cup matches.
The ground is being stripped of all of the RWC logos and advertising boards.
A huge logistical job is underway clearing out all the media and television equipment used to broadcast games.
As England bow out of their own Rugby World Cup, there are fresh calls for Exeter Chief's stars to step up and be trusted.
Henry Slade and Jack Nowell shined in their first appearance of the tournament as they helped put sixty points against Uruguay.
This afternoon the spotlight turned to their club at Sandy Park as the city hosted it's final game in which Italy beat Romania securing qualification for the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
The prince was at Exeter last night for some royal rugby business - and didn't miss a beat when asked whether he'll be switching his World Cup allegiance.
Prince Harry met students on a 'rugby empowerment into employment' programme at Sandy Park last night.
He was also visiting to watch the World Cup match - seeing Georgia beat Namibia by 1 point The prince has said he isn't switching his Rugby World Cup allegiance to Wales. When asked at Exeter if he'll now support Wales like his brother now that England are out, he laughed - saying there are lots of teams to support.
The rugby-loving royal also visited Paignton, to give the local rugby club an award for the work it's been doing to encourage more young people to get involved with the sport.
Prince Harry has been meeting students on a 'rugby empowerment into employment' programme at Sandy Park. He's also been visiting to watch the match - seeing Georgia beat Namibia by 1 point.
The prince has said he isn't switching his Rugby World Cup allegiance to Wales. When asked at Exeter if he'll now support Wales like his brother, he laughed - saying there are lots of teams to support.
Prince Harry will be attending the Rugby World Cup match between Georgia and Namibia at Exeter's Sandy Park today.
He'll also be in Paignton, presenting an award to the town's rugby club. It's to recognise the contribution the club has made to promote rugby in the community. The Prince will meet coaches, players and volunteers.
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