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Pictures: Rugby World Cup begins in New Zealand

Pictures from Auckland in New Zealand, where the 2011 Rugby World Cup has kicked off.
Here, New Zealand rugby legend Jonah Lomu is standing in front of a massive replica of the Webb Ellis Cup, the winners' trophy.
Former All Black star Jonah Lomu stands in front of a replica of the Webb Ellis Cup at Eden Park on 9 September 2011
Even though the All Blacks are favourites to win the whole tournament, these Tonga fans were out to cheer their team on!
Tongan fans at Eden Park on 9 September 2011
With the ceremony over, it's now all about the sport! First match- New Zealand's All Blacks against Tonga!
With the ceremony over, it's now all about the sport! First match- hosts New Zealand against Tonga!
During the show, schoolboy Ethan Bai was hoisted 20 metres into the air to catch a huge glowing rugby ball.
During the show, schoolboy Ethan Bai was hoisted 20 metres into the air to catch a huge glowing rugby ball.
The Rugby World Cup has kicked off in New Zealand, with 20 teams all hungry for the trophy! Can you guess which team these fans are supporting?
Fans enjoy the pre-game build-up in Auckland on 9 September 2011
Tens of thousands of people watched the glitzy opening ceremony, which starred loads of Maori dancers. It took place in Eden Park stadium, in Auckland - New Zealand's biggest city.
Tens of thousands of people watched the glitzy opening ceremony, which starred loads of Maori dancers.
The opening match turned out to be an easy one for the hosts. They beat Tonga 41-10. New Zealand haven't won the World Cup since 1987. Could 2011 be their year?
The opening match turned out to be an easy one for the hosts.
Hundreds of singers and dancers were in action at the event at Eden Park stadium in Auckland.
Hundreds of singers and dancers were in action at the event at Eden Park stadium in Auckland.