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    Jamie Joseph and his Japan coaching staff have pulled back a bit as the side faces its first ever Rugby World Cup final

    Jamie Joseph and his Japan coaching staff have pulled back a bit as the side faces its first ever Rugby World Cup final


    The Brave Blossoms face the Springboks tomorrow evening in Tokyo for a spot in the last four.

    Joseph says his side's leaders have stepped up to the plate this week and taken charge.



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