Complete News World

A BOLA - Wolves win Canada for the first time (rugby)

A BOLA – Wolves win Canada for the first time (rugby)

The national rugby team beat Canada 20-17, in the first November window meet, held at the Jamor High Performance Center.

A historic victory for Portugal, 19th place in the world rankings, over the Canadian team (23rd place), with whom Lobos had four defeats in the previous four matches between the two countries, all of which were special, the last of which was. in 2012 (52-8).

Fifteenth coach Patrice Lajesquet, head of Wolves, went into the first half to win 10-5. The advantage widened after the second touch of the goal, but it would allow the transformation into the total team in the world, but was eliminated in the France 2023 qualifiers. In two visits to the 22m area for the Portuguese team, she left Canada with 12 points (two trials, one of them converted) and presented on the scoreboard with the least Five minutes to the end. In The Game Ball, an article by Manuel Cardoso Pinto, The History of Portuguese Rugby, a page where articles by Thomas Appleton, Rafael Storte and Manuel Cardoso Pinto are logged for statistics.

distance CanucksAs Canadians are known, Portugal will begin on Monday to prepare for the second international meeting. Japan, ranked 10th in the global hierarchy, is the next pick. The match will take place next Saturday (17:15), at the Cidade de Coimbra stadium.

See also  A BOLA - Signing a defender is a priority (Sporting)