October 26, 2021

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France beat Canada Chile in the last play and dream of 2023

Canada Defeated Chile 22 to 21 The first competition of recycling considering a place in France World Cup 2023. Canada’s victory came with a penalty in the last play by Robbie Bowie The rematch will take place next Saturday, October 9, in Valparaiso.

The game was played as the final, with each tooth being fought to the last, with no teeth left and nothing left. Chile were brilliant in the first half and were able to score points at every opportunity they got, despite excelling in standard settings, mainly scrum. The good intentions of the full pack, Santiago Videla handed three sentences to Los Condors Going from 9 to 5, the first team to score points in the local line-up thanks to an attempt in the second row, Cory Thomas.

In addition, Canada went in search of him with more enthusiasm. The Two attempts by Scrum-Half Ross Proud They are a clear example of the change of mood of local actors. However, Chile was not disappointed. Always with safety as a standard, he was able to achieve it, becoming stronger by the game of his forward players. Try twice in the second row called Clement Chavetra And return to a game that seemed too upward.

In the 21-19 match against Los Condors, Canada tried to achieve the goal with more vigor than ideas. Chile defended itself as much as they could until the final play, giving the kicker Robbie Bowie at least a chance to celebrate Canada through a penalty in injury time.

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In a week, both teams will meet again Valparaiso. It will be a different fight and will define which team will play a rematch against the loser in the series with the United States and Uruguay.

Synthesis:

Canada (22): 1- Djustice Sears Duru, 2- Eric Howard, 3- Tyler Rowland; 4- Corey Thomas, 5- Kyle Bailey; 6- Lucas Ramball (e), 7- Matt Heiden, 8- Chiaki Vigilani; 9- Ross Broad, 10- Peter Nelson; 11- Kinova Lloyd, 12- Spencer Jones, 13- Ben Lasage, 14- Brock Webster; 15- Cooper coats.

changes: S.D.

Alternative: 20- Michael Smith, 21- Jason Higgins, 23- Patrick Barfray.

Coach: Kingsley Jones

Chile (21): 1- Vittorio Lastra, 2- Augusto Bohme, 3- Matas Titus; 4- Clement Chavetra, 5- Javier Eisman; 6- Martin Sigren (e), 7- Raimundo Martinez, 8- Alfonso Escobar; 9- Marcelo Dorielpa, 10- Rodrigo Fernandez; 11- Franco Velarde, 12- Matos Carafulic, 13- Domingo Chavetra, 14- Nicholas Carafulic; 15- Santiago Videla.

changes: ST: 9´ Vittorio Lastra and Augusto Bohme, 18 மூலம் by Tomñs Dussaillant and Javier Carrasco by Iñaki Ayarza. Nicholas Carafulic, 24´ Salvador Luis Matthias Titus, 25´ Nicholas Herros Marcelo Dorielba

Alternative: 19- Augusto Charmindo, 20- Santiago Pedro, 21- Thomas Orchard,

Coach: Pablo Lemoine

First time points: 21´ and 31 sentences are Santiago Videla (CH), 32´try by Corey Thomas (C), 40´ Penalty by Santiago Videla (CH).

Part End: Canada 5 – 9 Chile

Second time points: 3 and 8´ Attempts by Ross Proud replaced by Peace Nelson (C), 11´ Clement Chavetra (CH), 26´ Clement Chavetra’s attempt

Advised: ST: 10´ Tyler Roland (C); 18´ Javier Carrasco (CH)

Basketball Ground: Westhills Ground

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