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World Cup Review: Round Two

There were mixed fortunes for Bristol's Rugby World Cup contingent in the second round of fixtures.

Jack Lam started for Samoa in the 46-6 defeat to a resurgent South Africa, while Anthony Perenise featured as a replacement.

Tommaso Benvenuti earned his first start of the tournament as Italy bounced back from defeat to France to overcome Canada 23-18 at Elland Road.

Matthew Morgan was not selected for Wales, but Warren Gatland's men saw off England 28-25 in a stunning win at Twickenham.

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