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Brave Blossoms tackle typhoon Hagibis flood waters for training

Japan’s rugby union team braved high waters and a sodden pitch to train at Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium on Saturday as Typhoon Hagibis made its way to Tokyo.
Japan are due to play Scotland in Yokohama on Sunday, if Rugby World Cup organisers believe it is safe to play the match.
Organisers will decide whether the match is played on Sunday morning, dependent on the damage left behind by the typhoon.
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    You know what, I don't think the Scottish Team will have any trouble against these big girls

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    I hope they have some backup shoes.

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    These guys will beat Scotland for sure . Big Girls rule o.k.

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