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Last Updated: Tuesday, 11 November, 2003, 11:05 GMT
World Cup picture gallery diary
The Australia fans are out in force
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Brisbane has never seen a rugby weekend like it - two World Cup quarter-finals, with three British teams plus the hosts
A Jon Telfer look-a-like dons an Australia wig
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The city's Queen Street Mall is a riot of colour as the fans gather. Is that veteran Scotland coach Jim Telfer?
Your correspondent mingles with the Scotland fans
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Caxton Street is the place to be before kick-off. Your correspondent enters the Press Box, only to meet marauding Scotland fans
A young Wallabies fan celebrates victory
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Despite a brave performance by the Scots, it's Wallabies supporters young and old who celebrate victory on Saturday
Wales fans sample the local culture
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Sunday brings the red and white hordes to the Suncorp Stadium, and Wales fans are in buoyant mood
England fans cheer on their fans against Wales
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Some English fans clearly feel the need for armour-plating in a bid to resist the anticipated Welsh onslaught
Wales fans cheer after Colin Charvis' try
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When Wales get their second try in five minutes and take a 10-3 lead, Wales supporters start to think the unthinkable
England fans celebrate their win
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One England flag in the stadium proclaims "Win Or Lose We Booze" and it's England drinking in the sweet taste of victory

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