Ulster, Leinster, Bulls still unbeaten, Connacht and Munster in post – OA Sport

Ulster, Leinster, Bulls still unbeaten, Connacht and Munster in post - OA Sport

The second round of the United Rugby Championship took place at the weekend and the phrases from the second eighty minutes of the match said that Ireland were split in half., with two figures at the top and two in queue, while the Welsh reliefs struggle to climb a difficult slope. Despite two knockouts, Benetton Treviso and Cebre Parma are at the top of the standings.

Above, with full points, is Leinster They share first place with Cousins, who clearly beat the Venetians 42-10Ulsterwho died Scarlets In an entertaining match full of goals, it ended 39-55. The Scarlets are still third with zero and three points. Undefeated, but with a lesser bonus point, i BullsThose who struggle against and are at riskEdinburgh, imposing only 33-31. With the double bonus, the Scots are still in first place, just behind the top three on seven points.

A successful debut for the South Africans stormtrooperswhich hit Connacht 38-15, thus climbing to fifth place with 5 points, while the Irish from Galway are still trailing in the points table with zero points. Also paired with South Africans in Scotland GlasgowThe Warriors pounded and smashed home Cardiff 52-24 with one round. Thus, Cardiff are stuck on 4 points after their debut victory.

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At 5 points Benetton Treviso South Africans too SharksHe made his debut in Lanfranchi by defeating Zebra Parma. Two knockouts for the Federal franchise, but two thrilling defeats, full of goals and two close comebacks gave Fabio Roselli’s team 4 bonus points and placed them behind the play-off area. The last two matches of the day were watched later Ospreys Enter too close to home with i Lions At 27-28, both are paired at 4 points, and i Newport Dragons Charge 23-17 against growing frustration Munster. The Welsh also moved up to 4 points, while Munster slipped to last place in the standings with zero wins and two knockouts.

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