As the Six Nations (19–12 defeat) in February, Finn Russell and Adam Hastings lost the Scots’ personal debut on Saturday’s injury, despite a brisk start in Ireland.
The Irish made three tries, including a double from their winger Keith Earls, on Saturday, placing only the second-best scorer (32) in the history of selection, ahead of Tommy Bowe (30), but still the veteran Brian O ‘ Away from the drawl (46)).
Clover in two stages
Scotland, a strong entry in this match, may regret the post found on penalties (10th) by their South African-origin opener Jaco van der Walt
Scotland’s XV of Clover captured the first match, via a Scotland drone, following a yellow card obtained by Scotland center Duncan Taylor (30th) as the deciding point of the meeting.
While Gregor Townsend’s men were leading 6–0, Taylor’s voluntary forward punished Ireland, converted by Jonathan Sexton (6-3).
And Claver’s numerical superiority of XV paid off the baton with Maestro Sexton. Just before the break, Irish center Bundi Aki, receiving a kicking game inspired by N.10, handed the ball back to his winger Keith Earls, who flattened (38th, 11th-9).
Ireland did not let it get out of control and even took off after returning from the locker room when pillared Sean Healy made a test in strength on a ball placed at the foot of Poles (43rd, 18-9). .
The earl, the author of a double, drowned in Scotland Stride (49, 25–9) after being served at the end of the line.
Despite an attempt by winger Duhan van der Merwe, who found a spot inside (56th, 25-16), Chardon’s XV struggled to come into existence after the break.
Grand finale sunday
Earlier on Saturday, after their first and only match, following a massive Kovid-19 contest, Fiji beat Georgia (38-24).
For its part, Wales welcomes Italy (5.45pm).
The winner of the trophy will be known after the final between England and France at Twenikam on Sunday (3pm).
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