La Rochelle's fans holding a French flag attend the European Champions Cup rugby union match between La Rochelle and Ulster on October 22, 2017 at the Marcel-Deflandre stadium in La Rochelle, southwestern France. / AFP / XAVIER LEOTY
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Lebanon beat France 29-18 at the Rugby League World Cup Sunday, and Toronto Wolfpack winger Liam Kay scored two early tries to help Ireland build a commanding 20-0 lead on its way to a 36-12 win over Italy.It was a morale-boosting victory for Ireland, which failed to win a match at the 2013 World Cup after making the quarterfinals in 2000 and 2008 .Three teams from each of Group A (Australia, England, France, Lebanon) and Group B (New Zealand, Samoa, Scotland and Tonga) will advance to the quarterfinals along with the winning teams from Group C (Papua New Guinea, Ireland, Wales) and Group D (Fiji, United States, Italy).
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