The semifinals and final of the women’s sevens series ended today with the end of the seville stage. The fourth leg of the world tour has so far seen two hits from Australia and one hit from the USA. The last day went like this.
Ireland and England will meet in the first semi-final. Unprecedented match with Amy-Lee Murphy Crowe going to goal after 2 with Ireland and double with Lucy Malhall in fourth. England failed to respond, and Murphy Crowe ended the first half at 6 to move to 15-0. Baybin Parsons scored early in the second half and Mullhall converted. The Parsons conversation ends again on the 13th and the final Transformation score ends 29-0.
The second semi-final between Australia and the USA was more balanced, With two teams winning all three rounds of the tournament so far. Tia Hindes broke the tie in favor of the Australians, but the Americans were out of time, with two goals from Chris Thomas and Jas Gray giving the United States 14-7 at half-time. In the second half, the yellow card puts Australia under pressure from their opponents. Faith Nathan and Madison Levy go head-to-head for the Australian Overtaking, one after the other between 8 ‘and 11’, with the USA’s unchanged goal with Naya Tapper in the final only costing 21-19, with Australia advancing to the final.
So, in the final, the beloved Australia will face Ireland. The Irish started strong, surprising the Australians, with two minutes to go as they tried 7-0 with Baibin Parsons. Stacy flood hits at 4, Ireland run 12-0. However, at 7 ‘, the Australian return begins with Faith Nathan’s goal, sending the teams to rest Ireland 12-5. In the 12th minute, Dominic Du Toit equalized, but Australia did not falter.
Photo: Martin Serras Lima / World Rugby
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