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Wales' Rugby World Cup journey ends with defeat to the Springboks

Wales are out of the Rugby World Cup after losing to South Africa in the quarter-finals. It's been a rollercoaster of emotion with injuries galore and the joy of beating England, but Warren Gatland's men fought hard to the end.

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Rugby World Cup sin bin warning for diving players

Referees, including Wales' Nigel Owens, have been told not to tolerate football-style behaviour. Credit: David Davies/PA Wire

Players who dive or feign injury at the Rugby World Cup run the risk of being sin-binned as the game's governing body attempts to eradicate what it regards as football-style behaviour.

John Jeffrey, chairman of the World Rugby match officials selection committee, revealed that referees have been told to issue yellow cards in an attempt to crack down on simulation and other such undesirable behaviour.

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