PRO14: Zebras are home to the formed warship Leinster

PRO14: Zebras are home to the formed warship Leinster

The last match for Zebra rugby in Parma before the end of the Guinness PRO14 2020/21 regular season.

Tomorrow, Friday, March 12, the athletes of the federal franchise will host the Irish from Leinster, Lanfrancie, on the 15th, the last day of the Celtic Championship. They will be scheduled to play against Munster on Saturday, March 27, after qualifying for the final of the tournament mathematically after their complete victory over Ulster last Sunday.
The Challenge opens at 6:45 pm and airs live on DOS screens. Alternatively, you can follow the text report of the match on the Zebras Twitter account using the hashtag #ZEBvLEI.

Four seasonal wins Guinness PRO14 Group A trailed fifth and fourth-placed Dragons and Glasgow Warriors with 20 and 21 points, respectively, giving the multicolors 17 points, albeit less than a game to recover.
Dubliners have won thirteen of the fourteen controversial matches in the tournament this year, and have not lost to Italy since 2010. Seven Celtic Championship trophies lifted by the Irish against Zebras in history Fourteen times, Succeeds at every opportunity.

The last meeting between the two teams in Parma was unforgettable. It was October 26, 2019, and the guests won the challenge only 0-3 thanks to Rose Byrne’s place in the 20th.

Despite a heavy absence from the team, Nagal and co will try to achieve this feat this Friday. as well as Fifteen players were called up by the Italy coach Coach Bradley will also have to do without Franco Smith, Michelangelo Beontelli, Tomaso Bonnie and Paulo Pesseto to approach the Six Nations match against Wales, and all three have been put on hold as a precaution against the connection protocol. Against the Glasgow Warriors last Saturday.

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The good news is the return of Ikopo Bianchi, who has been in the pits since last October with a left shoulder injury. The young flanker from Arezzo is fully recovered, starting from the first moment of the Zebra XV, which will undergo ten changes compared to the one deployed six days ago. News on the bench that called Fiam Oro rugby Nicola Tadia. Born on May 13, 1999 in Ferrara, Azurino is the cousin of fellow citizen Beontelli. He also grew up in Cas Ferrara rugby. Prior to joining Rugby Rovigo, he won the U18 Italian Championship in 2016.

Senior Marius will lead the meeting Mitria In the 99th match of the Celtic Championship, he finished 13th with the athletes of the Federal Franchise. Manuel Botino, 39, from Galasia, Romania, will be joined by two assistants, Ricardo Angelocci. The appointed TMO is Stefano Roskini.

Formation of zebras:

15. Gabriel de Giulio (42)
14. Pierre Bruno (22)
13. Jamie Elliott (43)
12. Enrico Luchin (18)
11. Giovanni di Onofrio (11)
10. Antonio Reese (16)
9. Joshua Renton (39)
8. Renato Giamarioli (54)
7. Pottu Jr. Livasa (4)
6. Ikopo Bianchi (12)
5. Ian Nagle (20) (Cap)
4. Mick Kearney (29)
3. Matteo Nocera (11)
2. Massimo Siciliani (37)
1. Polo Bonfiglio (7)

Available:
16. Nicola Tadia (0)
17. Alexandre Tharas (13)
18. Eduardo Bello (58)
19. Samuel Ortiz (27)
20. Leonard Krumov (56)
21. Nicola Casillio (15)
22. Guglielmo Palassani (142)
23. Lorenzo Maselli (17)

Everything. Michael Bradley

Injured: Giulio Bisegni, Tomaso Costello, Jr. Lloyfi, Giovanni Licata *, Jimmy Twaiety

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Called for the national team: Modified Bellini, Luka Bigi, Carlo Cana, Olivero Fabiani, Danilo Fishetti, Andrea Lovotti, Marco Manfredi, Maxim Embande, Johann Meyer, Federico Mori (permit player), Daniele Rimpelli, Pacquiao, David C (with) .

(Photo by Lorenzo Cattani)




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