Ireland, England, Australia, USA – OA Sport in Women’s Semifinals

Ireland, England, Australia, USA - OA Sport in Women's Semifinals

The quarter-finals of the Sevens Series began with the group stage of the Seville ending today. The fourth stage of the world tour after Australia dominated the first two stages of the women’s field. The second day confirms what has been seen so far in Spain.

In three groups Women’s Tournament And Pool a England clearly beat Portugal to secure a place in the quarter-finals, while the USA has already beaten Canada 14-7, and the Canadians still get the top third quarter-final ticket in the group. In Pool b, Ireland and Russia advanced to the quarter-finals. The Irish group came out on top, beating the Russians 21-14. Brazil’s 17-15 victory over Poland was useless as both teams were eliminated.

In Pool cFinally, when Australia and France have already qualified, the direct match – let’s be a little surprising – be won 12-10, giving the group-ranked Transcelpines victory. Spain’s 29-0 win over Belgium, on the other hand, is fundamental as the Iberians advance to the quarter – finals.

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Quarter final Ireland’s confirmation is seen in the steady growth of beating Canada 36-12 and conquering this year’s first semifinal for the Irish. France, on the other hand, are collapsing, stopping their run here after three semifinals, beating England 21-12. Instead, Australia dominated their match against Russia, winning their fourth consecutive semi-final (two wins and one third) 41-0. This is the first time for the Russians that they have not reached the semi – finals, having lost in the final in Malaga a few days ago. In the end, the USA, the winners in Malaga, won a surprise 15-0 victory over Spain.

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