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Rugby World Cup: Wales train in front of 15,000 rugby fans in Japan

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Rugby World Cup: Wales train in front of 15,000 rugby fans in Japan

Rugby World Cup: Wales train in front of 15,000 rugby fans in Japan

Wales' World Cup campaign had a spectacular lift-off in Kitakyushu on Monday when 15,000 people attended an open training session.

Kitakyushu Stadium was packed to the rafters as tournament fever gripped a city that has been turned into a home from home for Wales' squad.

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