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(sports) The blow of the whistle by the referee or other adjudicator signifying the end of the match.
The car park an hour after the final whistle is still awash with emotion.
It will all be over once the final whistle blows on Sunday 9th July.
How we so enjoyed waving cheerio and singing ' time to go ' as half the home fans disappeared long before final whistle.
But for 'Quins ' followers, many were so disenchanted they began to make their exit long before the final whistle.
At the final whistle there was much jubilation in the Welsh camp for a dogged performance by the whole of the team.
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