Six Nations M20: England remains a leader in solitude


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Six Nations M20: England remains a leader in solitude

The Fourth round of the M20 Six Nations began with a victory of Ireland over Italy 30-23. The Clover recovered from a difficult start and ended up taking a vital victory to continue in the race for the title. For its part, France beat Scotland 45-21. Les Bleus managed to maintain the advantage despite playing much of the game with one less. England and Wales closed the date. La Rosa overwhelmed the Red Dragon with a forceful 45-03 and remains at the top of the leaderboard. The English team is the great candidate to win the crown, something that has not happened since 2017.

ITALY 23-30 IRELAND
Despite having suffered a try before five minutes (Eoin de Buitléar), Italy showed a good rugby passage and managed to overcome. Simone Gesi, Tommaso Di Bartolomeo and Leonardo Marin marked the conquests in the first half for La Azzurra, while it was George Saunderson who supported for the visit. In this way, things were 23-12 at halftime. However, in the second stage El Trébol pressed the accelerator and with a double from Alex Kendellen and a conversion and two penalties from Nathan Doak ended up closing the victory.

FRANCE 45-21 SCOTLAND

France, despite playing part of the game with one less, beat Scotland and does not lose track of England and Ireland. The French team got off to a frenzy, scoring three tries in the opening minutes of the match. However, an early expulsion of Reybier, who was the author of one of the conquests, changed the panorama of an encounter that seemed to be painted blue. With one more, Scotland was encouraged to look for the comeback and managed to reduce the difference to 10 points. But France managed to react in time and, with tries from Barré, Baudonne and Idjellidaine, sentenced their victory.

WALES 3-45 ENGLAND

England returned to teach in this Six Nations U20 and thrashed in a forceful way to Wales, who despite starting winning did not manage to maintain the advantage. The U20 Six Nations leaders reacted quickly to the Welsh converted penalty and scored their first try at the hands of Jack Clement within three minutes of the match. Once England scored points, they did not let go of the accelerator and culminated another great victory to stay as the leader of the tournament with 20 points.


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