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New Zealand beat excellent Spain in heavy rain (45-13) – Royal Spanish Rugby Federation – FERugby

New Zealand beat excellent Spain in heavy rain (45-13) – Royal Spanish Rugby Federation – FERugby

The Spanish Rugby Team XV M20 falls on the third and final day World Championship Belongs to the former category New Zealand 43-13. Competition A heavy rain This caused the referee, Reuben KeenThe match was suspended when the break was reached.

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New Zealand jumped on the pitch Danny Craven Stadium All set to seal their place in the title semi-finals before the 10th minute Cooper Grant And Joshua Smith They already found the Spanish brand part. Despite the better Kiwi start, Los Leones were able to open the scoring early on, converting a penalty shot in the opposition’s 22nd. Gonzalo OdamendiAfter a big play Javier Lopez de Haro.

The U20 of All blacks They would regain control of the Oval and suddenly score two more Moses Basson And Tom Allen. Less than 20 minutes before the break, Spain capitalized on New Zealand mistakes caused by heavy rain and the Spanish defence. Victor OpojetuGonzalo Otamendi’s kick was pressed, but the seafaring winger failed to get it. King Maxwell.

Juan Guillermo collects Gonzalo Otamendi’s kick. Photo: Nick Bothma/World Rugby.

A penalty from Ft Odamentito Spain, and Articles lolofie, Payson And need, finishing the score 45-13 to New Zealand at the break. injury Daniel Velasco In the 32nd minute, due to a tackle without the ball, the bad news of the last extended game ended with the team Ricardo Martinena Low dose Ofbojetu for a yellow with a male.

The match was refereed by an Australian in the 40th minute Reuben Keen, along with his assistants and organization, decided to end it due to the heavy rain with the aim of preserving the physical integrity of the players. With this conclusion Spain Avoid Georgia A semi-final for ninth place at the World Rugby U20 Championship and playing against Italy next Sunday at 2:00 p.m..

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data sheet

New Zealand – Spain
J3 Group Stage of M20 World Cup 2024
Tuesday 07/09/2024 at 7:00pm, Danny Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Referee: Reuben Keen (AUS).

New Zealand Lineup: 1. Senio Chanel, 2. A-One Lolofi, 3. Joshua Smith, 4. Tom Allen, 5. Cameron Christie, 6. Andrew Smith, 7. Matt Lowe, 8. Moses Payson, 9. Ben O’Donovan, Cooper Grant, 11. Frank Vanuku, 12. Xavi Dale ©, 13. Xavier Tito-Harris, 14. King Maxwell, 15. Isaac Hutchinson.

Also playing: 16. Manumawa Letiu, 17. Chika Umaki, 18. Will Martin, 19. Toy Gribb, 20. Jeremiah Collins, 21. Riley Williams, 22. Rico Simpson, 23. Aki Dwailala.

Spain Row: 1. Alberto Gomez, 2. Pau Massoni, 3. Guido Reyes, 4. Martin Serrano, 5. Antonio Games, 6. Victor Ofojetu, 7. Daniel Velasco, 8. Valentino Rizzo, 9. Xavi 1, Xavi 10 Odamenti, 11 .Roberto Ponce, 12. Yaco Fernandez ©, 13. Unax Juriarin, 14. Javier Guillermo, 15. Gabriel Rogers.

Also playing: 16. David Gallego, 17. Hugo Gonzalez, 18. Aniol Franch, 19. Adam Linnares (x7, min 32), 20. Nicolas Moletti, 21. Nicolas Galli, 22. Luciano Richardis,

Marker: At least 3 conversions Cooper Grant 5-0 // 3 conversions by Joshua Smith and conversion by Isaac Hutchinson 12-0 // At least 12 penalty kicks converted by Gonzalo Otamendi 12-3 // At least 15 conversions by Moses Basson and conversions by Isaac Hutchinson 19-3 // Min 19 Rehearsal by Tom ALLEN and Transformation by Isaac HUTCHINSON 26-3 / Min 31 penalty converted by Gonzalo Otamendi 31-13 // Min 35 Yellow card for Víctor OFOJETU // Min 36 Try by Mosese BASON and conversion by Isaac Hutchinson 38-13 // Min 40 try by Frank VAENUKUKU and make it 45-13.

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