Maggie is the queen of fair play in Italy

Maggie is the queen of fair play in Italy
Maggie is the queen of fair play in Italy

Maria Magatti

(Photo by Lariosport Lariosport)

Magatti’s Italy

Regina del Fair Play

The Italian women’s rugby team agreed to give up fielding in the match against Ireland on Saturday.

Fair play first. The Italian women’s rugby team has agreed to give up the game’s advantage in Saturday’s match against Ireland, the final of the six nations. Maria Magatti (arriving in the presence of No. 36 in blue) and her teammates will not be playing in Parma, but at the Energy Park in Dublin.

The inversion of the field was defined as the Irish national team not being able to cope with the two-week period of isolation when they returned from Italy. Ben Morrell, CEO of Six Nations Rugby, underlined a gesture of excellent fitness (which is never inferior to rugby). The third-place match will start on the 13th and will be broadcast live on Eurosport 2. Italy have been relegated to fifth place in the world rankings after a disappointing victory over Scotland. The victory over the Irish, in addition to the podium at the Six Nations, will be presented in blue-pink at the Oval Ball Olympus. However, beyond the results, the performance of the defeat against Scotland and England also stands apart. Coach Andrea de Giandomenico has been pushing for improvement in discipline, possession of the ball and concentration in recent days.

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