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Friday 23 March 2018 | Published in Rugby Union

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Kukis to face Asian challenger
The Cook Islands are advancing to the next stage of the Rugby World Cup qualifiers after Tahiti was ruled to have fielded ineligible players in last year's test match. Andoni Jimenez (pictured) was one of the two players that illegitimately made their debut back in 2013. For the full news story see page one. 18032309

The Cook Islands’ 2019 Rugby World Cup hopes are alive once again, after a World Rugby decision that Tahiti fielded ineligible players in the test match played last year.

The Cook Islands’ 2019 Rugby World Cup hopes are alive once again, after a World Rugby decision that Tahiti fielded ineligible players in the test match played last year.


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