6 Nations Tournament (U20 / J4): Les Bluetse sign for third consecutive victory over Scotland

6 Nations Tournament (U20 / J4): Les Bluetse sign for third consecutive victory over Scotland

Posted on July 7, 2021 at 8:36 pm – Updated on July 7, 2021 at 11:03 pm

Matthew Warnier

After dominating Italy and Wales, the Blues won the U20 6 Nations Tournament against Scotland (45-21). Could not say goodbye to the ultimate victory.

The opening defeat against England was a long way off for the Blues. In fact, in Bubble Wales, which was set up at Arms Park in Cardiff after winning the best in Italy, It was Scotland who could not defend against Philippe Bohr’s players. The tone was quickly set with a one-sided start to the match. From the second minute, third-placed Maxim Buddon opened the scoring before his striker Nolan Le Garek converted the conversion, and five minutes later the Hubs were awarded a ten-point penalty. In the process, Enzo Ribery completed the addition in the 10th minute. Theo Nattamak did not cool down the yellow card the Blues received just before the end of the quarter, as the Scottish defense was at fault and attempted a penalty in the 17th. even though, Just half an hour ago, Enzo Riberier had to be sent off for a red card on a pitch.

The blueberry did not shake for long

In the process, Patrick Harrison tried a Scottish counter before signing a double just before the siren. But, in the meantime, Lew Barre had not missed the opportunity to secure the Blues’ offensive bonus.. At the beginning of the second act XV du Chardon raised his voice to take advantage of their numerical superiority. Five minutes after the restart, Ollie Leatherborough’s effort paid off, but it did not go any further. A quarter of an hour from the end of the meeting, The Scottish defense is once again wrong to go ahead voluntarily against Ollie Melville and try a new penalty for the Blueberries., Who completed the meeting with the double of Maxim Badon. Finally, The French Under-20 team won by 24 points (45-21). With these five points, the Blues keep all chances of winning the tournament, even if their fate is not in their hands.

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Cardiff (Wales) June 19 to 20, 2021

Day 4 – Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Italy – Ireland : 23-30
France – Scotland: 45-21
Wales – England : 3-45

1- England 20 points
2- Ireland15
3- France14
4- Italy 7
5- Wales4
6- Scotland 0

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