The Lionesses approach the World Cup

The women’s rugby team began the European Qualifier for the New Zealand 2021 World Cup (postponed to 2022), held in Parma, with a victory of pure courage against a rocky Ireland (8-7).

Corteva Cocos rookie Lea Ducher was the heroine of the Lionesses. She scored the triumph rehearsal with seven minutes remaining, taking advantage of a picaresque play by Anne Fernández. Before, shortly after the start, Patricia García had overtaken Spain with a blow to the sticks and the Irish had responded with a test by Parsons in the 10th minute. After the Spanish posed they would still have a victory option with a kick to the H after an infraction, which finally fell short.

It should be remembered that this four-cushion tournament, which It also involves Scotland and the host Italy, whose match on this first day ended in a victory for Azzurra (13-38), it follows a one-round free-for-all format, giving the first classified a direct place for the next Rugby World Cup and the second one for the play-off (where possibly the European team would be slightly favorites). Therefore, the team led by José Antonio Barrio ‘Yunke’ would have many options to finish in the first two places if it defeats Scotland this Sunday the 19th (6:00 p.m.) or Italy on Saturday 25 (3:00 p.m.).

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