Ulster, Leinster, Bulls and Stormers advance to semifinals – OA Sport

Ulster, Leinster, Bulls and Stormers advance to semifinals - OA Sport

The quarter-finals of the United Rugby Championship were played without two Italians, far from the play-off area., The challenge was mainly between the Irish (3 qualifiers) and the South Africans (3 qualifiers), with Scotland acting as the third wheel against Glasgow and Edinburgh. Here’s how it went.

The Irish derby was played between Ulster and Munster on Friday evening Northern Irish won. At Kingspan Stadium, in fact, Ulster started to move strongly with Cooney in the 10th minute. Cork Boys responded with Klein on the 18th, but since then it has been a domain on the Belfast side. Moore goes further in the 24’s and ’32s, and Timony ends the conversation early in the second half. Munster tried to respond to the Ales in the 52nd minute, but in the 61st minute he extended Ulster with Hume, and in the 69th minute Erls’ second attempt helped secure the final score 36-17.

However, Saturday afternoon was the moment of the South African derby between the Bulls and the Sharks Exciting and balanced challenge to the end. In fact, Smith’s fall was crucial in favor of the hosts. Sharks are the guests who take the lead at 4, but the bulls who advance at 12, along with the tomboy who responds with the embossing at 15. The Bulls equalized from the field in the 32nd minute, but at the end of the first half the guests always came forward with a kick. Bulls trying to escape between 44’s and 50’s early in the second half with goals from Coates and Hendricks. However, Hendricks and Notre Dame in the 57th and 74th minutes respectively affected the result. That ended Smith’s fall 30-27.

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However, there is no competition between Leinster and the Glasgow Warriors, with the Dubliners dominating the competition. The Scots deceive themselves with Fagerson’s goal at 4 ‘, but then it’s an Irish monologue. Sheehan starts at 15, Larmore at 19, McCarthy at 23 and Sheehan at 38, while Doris’ goals early in the second half reach 42 and Ala’atova 47. , At Gibson-Park 53 and Ringros 56. At age 59 he goes to Glasgow with Hon, but it’s a parenthesis, because the Dubliners return to mark with Larmore in ’63, Frawley in ’68, McGrath in ’70 and O’Brien in ’70. 12 goals for 2 and the final 76-14 round.

The quarter-final ends in South Africa with a challenge between Stormers and Edinburgh. After positioning Bofelli and Libbok in 7’s and 11s, start with 10-10 firecrackers and two goals reaching 10 ‘out with’ Ghelant ‘in the 10th with Scholand influencing the outcome. However, if Bradbury were shown a yellow card in the 33rd minute, the first half would have passed without further ado. We need to reach 43 ‘to see a goal, this time with Nell and Stormers leading 17-10. The 50-year-old stretches back off the field with Libbok, booking the South African semifinals with a goal of 25-10 at 53. Pyrgos tries to open it again with a goal of -8, but Libbok extends again from the pitch and brings the result to a safe place. If the Stormers win 28-17, the semi-final will be between Ireland and South Africa..

Photo: Massimiliano Carnabusi – LPS

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