Despite having excellent first minutes, De Giandomenico’s team loses to Azure Enterprises, leading the way.
Going forward to a quarter of an hour after a very long run by the hosts 22-year-old, it looks like Furlan and co can control the pace of the game, ending Hooker Betoni’s pick and go.
However, the hosts change gears after half an hour, first drawing with Pete, the former captain of the Irish basketball team, who touches on goal management to counter the double Italian tackle, and finally with the third Molloy line. The first half will end at 14-7.
The energy of the match did not change in the first half of the second half, with the Irish maintaining control of the pitch and favoring a series of losses in the possession of the blue. Within the first half hour the technical goal comes from the ordered order. Recovering their ability to beat themselves in the first round of the match, Azure loses their traditional visual determination and does not end up on the offensive.
However, the goal of the defensive bonus has not been reached and Dublin has again confirmed the ban on Italon, who will return to Rome overnight on the same charter flight of the men’s national team, who will find England in the “Lanfranchi” in Parma on Sunday, November 1, the only European to have failed so far.
Dublin, Energy Stadium – Saturday, October 24th
Six Nation Women, IV Day
Ireland v Italy 21-7
Marking: pt 14 ‘m. BETONY TR. Sillary (0-7); 36 ‘m. Principle tr. Tyrell (7-7); 40 ‘m. Molloy Tra. Tyrell (14-7); St. 30 ‘sec. Ireland Technical Goal (21-7)
Ireland: Delaney; Sheehan, Breen, Noupu (31 St. Fitzgerald), Parsons; Tyrell, Dane (36 ‘St. Hughes); Griffin, Molloy, wall; Cooney, Friday; Joe Gang (29 ‘St. Lyons), Moloney (29’ St. Jones), Pete (37 ‘St.
Italy: Farlan (hat, 10 ‘St. Baratin); Ostuni-Minusi, Sillari, Regoni, Muso (30 ‘St. Mancini); Madia (29 ‘St. Capomaggi, 31’ Merlo), Stefan; Giordano, Franco (30s Sauberna), Sogorbini; Duca, Township (19 ‘St. Federici); Guy, Bettoni (15 St. Serato), Turani (30 ‘St. Skofka)
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