Well done job. The French U20 team defeated Wales on Thursday evening (36-19), the third day of the sixth consecutive Under-20 tournament in Cardiff. On Arms Park’s synthetic turf, the Blues scored five tries, adding an aggressive bonus to four successful points.
This is their best performance in this 2021 tournament after their defeat to England (22-38) and Snatch’s victory against Italy (13-11). This result strengthens France’s third position behind English and Irish.
Nolan Le Garek, the Saukram half-partner of Racing 92, made four tries in the first half, including a double by Leonback Alexander Chapchett (17, 37).
In the second period, the Blues handled their advantage well, with the Welsh indiscriminate (two yellow cards and several errors) helping it. They have conceded only twice in the last ten minutes, leaving a gap to score (36-7).
Biel Beeri, first attempt at the Under-20s
The meeting was also marked by the lightning of Louis Biel Biari. For the second election in the U20, FC Grenoble’s winger (trained in science) scored an attempt (37th), quickly added a touch, and then relied on the relay of his center, Leo Barre.
In the second period, he scored his second attempt just five meters (48th) from the Welsh goal. Before taking on Tricholores ‘fifth and final Test, he still moves to the left wing, defending the Reds’ opener (56th) on Poe’s Tibut Debus.
The rest of the match against France Scotland (Wednesday, July 7 at 6pm) followed by Ireland (Thursday, July 13 at 6pm, still France 4) with the curtain down on the match is excellent.
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