Treviso, with Konach to escape – OA Sport

Treviso, with Konach to escape - OA Sport

Bennett Treviso, who faces the Irish in Connaught on the fourth day of the Rainbow Cup 2021, will be appointed on Saturday afternoon. The Venetians are still unbeaten in the tournament, with three wins, and the goal is to use the home factor to continue their run to the final.

Kieran Crowley’s boys face off after a double derby victory over Zebra 20-25, 34-27 and so on Clearly defeat the Glasgow Warriors At 46-19. Opposed Konach won the first match of the tournament in Ulster 24-26, Before Clearly surrender to the Galway Sports Ground 20-51 against Leinster And then Win again 20-24 against Munster.

So Saturday one Head to head at the top of the standings, Treviso leads with 14 points (the only team still unopposed), followed by Conach with 9 points, forcing them to win to continue their run to the final. However, Benetton will not be able to rely on the sixteenth man, as the match will take place in Monigo behind closed doors.

“The morale is good and we will be excited for the next few weeks. The next match will be against Konach, there is a lot of confidence and positivity within the group and I think the team can continue to perform well. “ Corneal Els said the day before the match. “I think it will be a very physical match with Konach. The last thing we played against them was a point-to-point match, in which we lost at the last minute. If we need to maintain our concentration for the whole 80 minutes, I think we have a good chance to get the result home. It will still be a physical and tactical battle. “.

Photo: Alfio Guarris – LPS

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