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As we head into the Rugby World Cup quarter finals, it's sayonara to the Pacific Island nations, all of whom failed to qualify.
Japan is the only tier 2 nation to make it through after some spectacular performances on the field, but the Pacific nations failed to fire and have now bowed out of the World Cup tournament.
Fiji's third placing in Pool D was the best performance of those Pacific Island nations. Brent Impey,
The Chairman of New Zealand Rugby says he's disappointed that World Rugby hasn't stepped up to change the rules that discriminate against many Pacific players.
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