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World Rugby published this video item, entitled “An OUTRAGEOUS way to start your career! | Rugby World Cups first tries!” – below is their description.
In our look back this week, we re-call the best firsts. Outrageous tries that were the first on the tally at the Rugby World Cup for the player involved. We count down our top 10 best ways to start your World Cup career! Featured in this video: Jonah Lomu (New Zealand), Bernard Foley (Australia) and Vincent Clerc (France)
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