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Suva in somber mood

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Uruguay players and fans celebrate after defeating Fiji 27-30 at the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium on Wednesday. Photo: World Rugby

The mood in the city of Suva this morning was somber with the grey clouds and rain confirming the feeling of failure and mourning after the Flying Fijians shock 27-30 loss to Uruguay at the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium two days ago.

Gone were most of the blue flags which fluttered from over 50 percent of cars heading for work on Wednesday morning.

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Prime beef for Los Teros during the World Cup

INAC has a long established policy of supporting Uruguay's national football teams with prime beef; this time the support is extensive to Los Teros

INAC will this time supply Los Teros

Uruguay’s national rugby team Los Teros which is participating in World Cup in Englandhave been provided with Uruguay’s world-class prime beef supplied by the National Meat Institute of Uruguay, INAC.

INAC has a long established policy of supporting Uruguay’s national football teams with prime beef, and this time has decided to make that support extensive to Los Teros, which is the only amateur team participating at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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College prepares well for Uruguay

The Los Teros prepare for the match against Fiji tomorrow morning. Photo: Northampton Chronicle

The Los Teros prepare for the match against Fiji tomorrow morning. Photo: Northampton Chronicle

Moulton College has welcomed the Uruguay national rugby team as it acts as a team base during the Rugby World Cup.

Los Teros squad of 31 players and 18 staff arrived at the Northampton-based College ahead of their third pool match against Fiji tomorrow (October 6 UK time) at MK Stadium. The team will be making use of the rugby pitch, swimming pool, sports therapy centre, cryotherapy chamber and free weights gym during their nine days at Moulton.

The rugby pitches at Moulton College have undergone intense preparation for the Uruguayan team through extensive fertilisation and scarification with overseeding taking place in May with ten bags of seed. They have also been top dressed with 116 tonnes of sand and mowed twice a week, ensuring they meet England Rugby’s stringent requirements.

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