Fiji and New Zealand are absent, even in Seville, Peltzbuk and Australia dictate the law. Ireland is in good shape.
South Africa for men and Australia for women – both won gold Seville Over the weekend – they put their mortgage in the 2022 edition of World Rugby Sevens Championship.
because I am Blitzboks This is a fourth stage win out of four, with an unbeaten streak in the 7s that lasted 34 consecutive races and tied the all-time record for All Blacks, while Australian They are recovering from the (partial) slip in Malaga last week and are back for a third time.
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However, the absence – Due to pandemic-related restrictions – for two other Seven Ovals World Champions: new Zelandsuspended since the beginning of the season Fiji, who lost the last two rounds on Spanish soil, after a rather lackluster start.
Meanwhile, this scenario also provides more space for some intruder: In Seville in particular, Ireland is shining, she won a historic women’s final (where she was only defeated by the Australian in the last play) and the men’s semi-finals, both times after defeating the more famous and well-known English competitors.
2022 Men’s Sevens World Championship – Seville, Spain
Group A: South Africa 9, USA 7, Spain 5, Samoa 0 (absent)
Group B: Argentina 9, Ireland 7, Germany 5, Jamaica 3
Group C: England 9, France 7, Japan 5, Wales 3
Group D: Australia 9, Scotland 7, Kenya 5, Canada 3
South Africa vs Scotland 31-24
Ireland vs England 12-12
Australia vs USA 29-12
Argentina vs France 26-21
South Africa v Ireland 26-0
Australia vs Argentina 12-28
Bronze: Argentina-Ireland 12-5
Gold Medal: South Africa vs Australia 33-7
Ranking: South Africa 88, Argentina 70, Australia 66, USA 55, France 46, Ireland 46, England 38.
*The final ranking for the title assignment will take into account each team’s top seven results.
2022 FIFA Women’s World Championships – Seville, Spain
Group A: USA 9, England 7, Canada 5, Portugal 3
Group B: Ireland 9, Russia 7, Brazil 5, Poland 3
Group C: France 9, Australia 7, Spain 5, Belgium 3
Ireland vs Canada 12-36
England – France 12-21
Australia v Russia 41-0
USA vs Spain 15-0
Ireland v England 29-0
Australia vs Ireland 17-12
Bronze: England v USA 19-12
Gold: USA vs Russia 1035
Ranking: Australia 76, France 58, Russia 56, USA 54, Ireland 42, Fiji 37, England 32.
*The final classification for the title assignment will take into account the four best results of each team.
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