Australia’s victories, New Zealand’s hardest hit – OA Sport

    Australia's victories, New Zealand's hardest hit - OA Sport

    The second and final day of the London matches for the penultimate stage of the Sevens World ChampionshipsThe world tour that sees the strongest seven-player National Rugby teams on the field. The title contenders were New Zealand and Australia. Here’s how it went.

    Quarter-finals see Fiji challenges England In a one-way match dominated by the Pacific nations, the match ended with a score of 36-10. more fight Battle between New Zealand and Ireland, with the New Zealanders extending, the Irish making up for it, but in the end the Tutnerites impose themselves 17-7. . dream Spain vs Samoa It does not repeat yesterday’s good performance and should produce 34-12. Finally, in the semi-finals, it wasAustralia, with favorite Blitzbokke Who, after scoring three attempts in five minutes, swings back together until the last 21-17.

    In the semi-finals, then, here’s a file Super challenge between Fiji and New Zealand. Fiji who starts strong, makes a break at 19-5, but in the second half they stopped and New Zealand recovered and imposed themselves 22-19. Semi-final surprise, however, between Samoa and Australia And the Australians, who dominated the first half, stretched, escaped and closed at 28-14. Very final, therefore, between New Zealand and Australia And a very balanced match, as Henry Patterson leads the Australians forward, then Aquila Rokuleswa and Leroy Carter turned the score, but Patterson scored the second goal and affected 14-14. And it was still Henry Patterson who found the winning goal for Australia with time largely out, which imposes itself 19-14.


    Fiji – England 10–36
    New Zealand and Ireland 7-17
    Samoa – Spain 12-34
    South Africa – Australia 17-21


    Fiji and New Zealand 19-22
    Samoa and Australia 14-28

    the last

    New Zealand and Australia 14-19

    Photo: Mike Lee – KLC Rugby World Pictures

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