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Ireland Men Continue To Build Important Momentum At St George’s Park – Irish Rugby
May 16, 2021
Eire Males continued to construct essential cohesion and momentum with two extra high-octane hit-outs at St George’s Park on Saturday, together with a powerful victory over USA on the second day of the Worldwide Rugby 7s.
Anthony Eddy‘s facet had been in deadly kind as they ran in 5 tries towards USA for a 31-14 win of their third outing of the marketing campaign, with an outstanding rating from Jordan Conroy and a standout strive from Aaron Sexton the highlights on Sunday morning.
Sean Cribbin and Terry Kennedy (2) additionally crossed through the defeat of Mike Friday‘s outfit, as Eire step up their preparations for June’s World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco, the place they’ll bid to make historical past and qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Video games.
Speedsters Sexton and Conroy had been on the scoresheet once more in Eire’s second recreation on Sunday, however Nice Britain edged a massively aggressive encounter 14-10, because the hosts maintained their 100% file over the opening two days on the FA’s Nationwide Coaching Centre.
😮 𝗖𝗮𝗻’𝘁. 𝗦𝘁𝗼𝗽. 𝗪𝗮𝘁𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴 🚀
Effectively, we’re simply going to go away this right here. Aaron Sexton. #IreM7s. Ball in hand. Strive time. 🙌🟢#ShoulderToShoulder #IrishRugby #Ireland7s pic.twitter.com/bl11u4nvgw
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) Could 16, 2021
Eire sit in second place within the event standings behind GB, and can proceed their marketing campaign with a 3rd showdown towards USA on Monday morning (10am), earlier than finishing their marketing campaign towards GB at 1pm.
Worldwide Rugby 7s Outcomes and Schedule:
Saturday fifteenth Could:
Eire 7-12 Nice Britain
Eire 12-10 USA
Nice Britain 33-12 USA
Sunday sixteenth Could:
Eire 31-14 USA
Nice Britain 24-14 USA
Nice Britain 14-10 Eire
Monday seventeenth Could:
Eire v USA, 10am
Nice Britain v Eire, 1pm
Nice Britain v USA, 4pm
Eire Males’s Sevens Squad For Worldwide Rugby 7s:
Alex Kendellen (UCC/Munster) Aaron O’Sullivan (Blackrock Faculty/Leinster) Gavin Mullin (UCD) Ian Fitzpatrick (Lansdowne) Jude Postlethwaite (Banbridge/Ulster) Conor Phillips (Younger Munster/Munster) Billy Dardis (Terenure Faculty)(Captain) Sean Cribbin (Suttonians) Hugo Lennox (Skerries) Jack Crowley (Cork Structure/Munster) Ben Moxham (Ballymena/Ulster) Terry Kennedy (St Mary’s Faculty) Rory Scholes (Irish Sevens) Jordan Conroy (Buccaneers) Duran Krummeck (Irish Sevens) Aaron Sexton (Malone/Ulster).