An action as daring and effective as it brings to Ireland the 7 fundamental points that then begin and the game is won
A lot of show and many goals on the first day of Six Nations Under 20, which did not disappoint the expectations. However, there’s one very special of the many markings that can’t fail to arouse curiosity (and even a few chuckles) for the way it came. First match of the tournament: Scotland-Ireland. The match was called off at 7-7 5 minutes after the end of the first half. Saag gets a good possession from the scrum and sets up the action with the opening corkery: the ball on Ford’s first center that triggers the peak Osborne’s arrival “shot” to attack the line. Everything from the textbook of Irish rugby, except that Ford misses the height of the pass perfectly and sends the ball straight into his teammate’s face.
The extreme, involuntarily, turns his “mask” into a wonderful ball at depth that surprises Scottish 15 Melville, who in turn splits the oval down the middle of his 22 with a second-class full-back intervention. is. The fastest Oisin McCormack, Connacht Flanker, is one of the best players of the match, sprinting the ball into the goal area with the platter, crushing it, but is caught for the plate by Michael Gray, marking the goal. falls before. Ganache, who followed the action well, couldn’t help but hand Ireland a technical goal.
The unorthodox but very important notation, which leveled a match and opened the way to the final victory of the Irish, who first take off in the second half and then spread, set the score to 38-7 and the first 5 wins their tournament points.
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