The quarter-finals of the Sevens Series began today with the end of the group stage of the Malaga stage. The third stage of the world tour after Australia dominated the first two stages of the women’s field. The second day confirms what has been seen so far in Spain.
There are three groups Women’s Tournament And Pool a Australia closes with a thumping performance after beating Spain in the quarter-finals. Ireland also won against Belgium and won the second round ticket to the tournament. In Pool b, With the US already qualifying and leaving Fiji, the challenge between Canada and Poland was decided second in the standings. And, surprisingly, both qualified for the quarterfinals but the Poles outscored the Canadians 17-14. In Pool cIn the end, England’s clear victories over Brazil and France’s against Russia, with France qualifying first and Russia second, with the English qualifying between the top two and third.
In Quarter final Begins USA-England. The match was a balanced first half, with two attempts each and the Americans leading 12-10, but the U.S. ended the discussion with two goals early in the second half. England narrowly missed out on the final, but the Americans won 22-17 to advance to the semifinals. The second challenge he sees on the field France-Ireland. The discussion here ends quickly, and the French are very good. After Ireland’s opening goal, in fact, Transcelpines hit three times before the break of 19-5, and then, in the second half, they extended the lead to 33-5 without giving the Irish a chance.
The third challenge from the taste of the East Poland-Russia. Russia struggled after Poland’s opening goal, only to be overtaken at the end of the first half. However, Russia dominated the second half and won the last 5-26. Finally, it ended with yesterday’s favorites on the pitch Australia-Canada. Australians will not be disappointed. They dominated by three goals in the first half, and then in the second half they fought back for every Canadian attempt and won 33-10.
Photo: Martin Cerus Lima / World Rugby
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