Sport: Rugby

Wales hold on for a narrow 24-22 victory over Boks.
The Blitzboks beat Uganda 19-10, Kenya 48-5 and Canada 28-0 in a performance that picked up intensity as the side found momentum as the day progressed.
South Africa's Springboks have lost their last two games against Wales in Cardiff.
England last visited South African shores in 2012 when the Springboks won the first two of the three Tests, while the final encounter ended in a draw.
South Africa's Springboks will play Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.
Returning flanker Siya Kolisi missed last weekend’s Test against Italy after returning home to be at the birth of his second child, and he has now rejoined the camp in good spirits
Warrick Gelant enjoyed a decent cameo when he made his Bok debut off the bench against Italy last weekend.
Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx sat out of the previous Test against Italy as a precautionary measure while Siya Kolisi was in South Africa for the birth of his second child.
Beauden Barrett becomes only the second player to win the prestigious award two years in a row.
All Blacks legend Dan Carter will leave French Top 14 side Racing 92 at the end of the season and Kobe officials already have high hopes, despite Carter's recent injury woes.
Halfpenny got the scoreboard ticking with a simple penalty after Sonny Bill Williams strayed offside.
Toulon scored three tries to two from the home team, but only kicked four points, while Benjamin Urdapilleta struck two penalties and two conversions for Castres.
England scored seven tries in total, with the remainder of their points kicked by fly-half George Ford.
Five tries from Francois Louw, Bongi Mbonambi, Francois Venter, Steven Kitshoff and Franco Mostert sealed a comfortable victory for the Springboks.
The Scots were in the game until they ran out of legs not long after half-time and the Cheetahs then finished strongly for a five-tries-to-one, bonus-point win.
The Springbok lock has shrugged off a lower leg injury and will lead South Africa for the 10th time this season.
Hallam Amos comes in for the injured Liam Williams with Scott Williams at outside-centre with Jonathan Davies sidelined and Jamie Roberts named on the bench.
The move will see the 32-strong council increased to 49 members, with all the 17 new representatives women.
When asked during a broadcast interview if he had actually mouthed an expletive and called New Zealand's O'Keeffe a 'cheat', Cheika ended the interview.
Eben Etzebeth will again lead the Springboks after the big lock has shrugged off a lower leg injury, which he suffered in Paris.
Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx will be given as much time as possible to recover.
The highly rated 26-year-old captained Wellington Hurricanes to a Super Rugby title in 2016 and led the side against the British and Irish Lions this year.
South Africa were making good yardage with almost every possession and their ball carriers regularly punched holes in a back-peddling French defence.
The All Blacks outscored their hosts three tries to two but were given a tough test by a side who are still to beat them in 33 meetings.
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