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South Africa have ended Samoa's Rugby World Cup campaign after a hard-fought 13-5 win in their Group D clash on Friday
Rhys Priestland is proud of the way Wales attacked Fiji in their huge 66-0 win and says that keeping a clean sheet was a huge bonus
Jamie Roberts gives his thoughts after the Rugby World Cup match between Ireland and Wales.
Springbok centre Jean de Villiers says he's not sure if the referee was right to disallow their try for a forward pass - but that they have to live with it - and says he will take away some 'fantastic memories' of playing test rugby
Wales skills coach Neil Jenkins believes that the semi-final against France will be a close affair and 'in all likelihood, will come down to goal kicking'
Wales skills coach Neil Jenkins believes their Rugby World Cup semi-final against France is the biggest match in their history
Wales coach Robin McBryde says that the youth in the squad are setting the standard and playing a 'refreshing and fearless' style of rugby.
Springboks forwards coach Gary Gold says his side will copy tactics used by Ireland in Sunday's World Cup quarter-final against Australia
South Africa enforcer Bakkies Botha will play no further part in the Rugby World Cup due to an Achilles tendon injury
Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu has been suspended from all levels of rugby for branding Welsh referee Nigel Owens 'racist'
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South Africa have paid the price for their 13-5 win over Samoa, with kicking ace Frans Steyn ruled out of the Rugby World Cup
Beaten Samoa captain Mahonri Schwalger let fly at Welsh referee Nigel Owens, who he said was 'pretty hard on us' in their loss to South Africa
Coach Warren Gatland is delighted that Wales's younger players are putting pressure on some of the senior members of the squad.
Former Australia captain and World Cup winner Michael Lynagh tells ITV.com/rugbyworldcup editor Luke McLaughlin that South Africa hold no fears for the Wallabies in the quarter-finals - and that Matt Giteau could play some part at the tournament.
Samoa are under no illusions about their task against defending World Cup champions South Africa on Friday - a game which will decide if Samoa remains in the tournament
South Africa coach Peter de Villiers has declared he is not yet sure who will claim the Springboks' hooker spot in the knockout stages
Victor Matfield will take the South African captaincy as regular skipper John Smit has been benched for Friday's pool match with Samoa
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