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Last Updated: Friday, 24 October, 2003, 08:20 GMT 09:20 UK
Friday's RWC photos
Danie Rossouw scores South Africa's first try on 14 minutes
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Pool C - South Africa 46-19 Georgia: Danie Rossouw evades the Georgian back line to grab South Africa's first try on 14 minutes
Derick Hougaard (right) is congratulated on his try - South Africa's second
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Derick Hougaard (right) scores the second South African try then kicks a penalty and four conversions for a personal haul of 16 points
Joe van Niekerk dives over for South Africa's third try of the match
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Number eight Joe van Niekerk scores South Africa's third try on 23 minutes - the Springboks lead 24-6 at half-time
Georgian hooker David Dadunashvili fights for the ball
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Georgian hooker David Dadunashvili capitalises on the resulting penalty and line-out to cross for his side's first try of the tournament
Jaque Fourie scores a try for South Africa
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Jaque Fourie scores one of South Africa's four second-half tries as they record a 46-19 win but produce a disjointed performance
The Tongan team perform the sipi tau, their version of the haka
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Pool D - New Zealand 91-7 Tonga: The Tongan team make a fearsome sight as they perform the sipi tau, their version of the haka
Daniel Carter scores New Zealand's second try
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Daniel Carter starts at centre for New Zealand and scores their second try on 14 minutes but is rested from goal-kicking
Pierre Hola attacks for Tonga
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Full-back Pierre Hola scores a well-crafted try for Tonga on 53 minutes that is only small consolation as they head towards an emphatic defeat
Mils Muliaina runs towards the try-line
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New Zealand full-back Mils Muliaina continues to impress, grabbing a brace of tries and looking a constant threat in attack
Leon MacDonald runs at the Tongan defence
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Centre Leon MacDonald takes over goal-kicking duties and impressively notches 12 conversions out of 12, as well as scoring a try
Doug Howlett touches down for one of his two tries for New Zealand
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Doug Howlett also adds a late pair of tries as New Zealand cross the whitewash on 13 occasions in a devastating performance
Brad Thorn of New Zealand punches the air to celebrate beating Tonga
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Lock Brad Thorn celebrates New Zealand's win with the highest score of the tournament so far to secure their quarter-final berth

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