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Winger Daisuke Ohata had a hat-trick of tries en route to setting a world record for test match tries in Japan’s 32-7 victory over Georgia on Sunday.

Ohata had a try in the first half and added two more after the break, including one in injury time that brought his career total to 65 and broke the previous record of 64 set by David Campese of Australia.

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