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RWC Diary Day 21 - Support Underline 19 September, 2011
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Not really too much to say with today being a rest day, with players making the most of their free time taking in the delightful charms of window shopping in Auckland, while those players that didn’t go out spent their time with relatives and friends who came around visiting, while others just chilled in their rooms.

Tomorrow training starts in earnest for the players with Sunday's clash against Samoa a must win game for us and it’s good to note within the camp the mood is one of great optimism and confidence. Assistant coach Greg Mumm believes a great deal of that confidence is to do with the support the team is receiving from many of you.

“One of the big things we take our strength from is the reception we get from the public and the messages we get from back home,” Mumm said.

“The support’s been amazing, I know this weekend in Auckland against Samoa it’s a sold out game, and we’re going to take a lot of faith in knowing the Fijian support is going to be right behind us.”

There are two training sessions scheduled for tomorrow – one in the morning and one in the afternoon - and for the next few days the players will be asked questions in training as they prepare for the most important game in their careers.

Mumm though believes the whole squad is up to the challenge.

“Everyone’s talking up Wales and everyone’s talking up Samoa … we’re just confident that if we work hard we’ll get the results we want,” 

Until tomorrow, moce mada. 

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RWC Diary Day 31 - Changes 29 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 30 - Mosese Rauluni 28 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 29 - Team of the week 27 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 28 - Netani 26 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 27 - A second loss 25 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 26 - Alfred Uluinayau 24 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 25 - Eden Park 23 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 24 - Fish bowl 22 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 23 - Adriaan 21 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 22 - Double whammy 20 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 21 - Support 19 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 20 - Tamaki of 100 lovers 18 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 19 - Boks too good 17 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 18 - Captain's Run 16 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 17 - Fiji team named 15 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 16 - Local support 14 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 15 - Boks media 13 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 14 - Boks 12 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 13 - Wellington 11 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 12 - Namibia 10 September, 2011 
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RWC Diary Day 10 - Fiji named 08 September, 2011 
RWC Diary Day 9 - Paul Feeney 07 September, 2011 
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RWC Diary Day 6 - Fathers' Day 04 September, 2011 
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RWC Diary Day 5 - Littlejohn and Tietjens 03 September, 2011 
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