Rugby – Women’s Sevens: England & Ireland Into QF’s
England won each of the three matches at the Dubai Women’s Sevens to fit the bill for the quarter-finals as Pool B champs.
Attempts from Abbie Brown and Emma Uren enlivened a 26-12 prevail upon shielding champions Australia and Brown additionally scored in a 14-12 triumph against USA.
A 38-0 prevail upon China fixed best spot and another gathering with Australia in the quarter-finals on Friday.
Ireland were second in Pool A, losing to New Zealand in their last match, and play Canada in the last eight.
Australia, who beat China yet lost 22-17 to USA, moved into the last eight as the best third-set group.
England captain Brown scored her third attempt of the occasion against China, while Jess Breach and Deborah Fleming both scored twice.
Ireland started with a 26-0 prevail upon Russia, when Louise Galvin, two from Amee Leigh Murphy Crowe and Anna McGann all crossed.
Murphy Crowe scored thrice – making her the competition’s driving attempt scorer – and Eve Higgins included a support as they beat Kenya 27-12, preceding four-time victors New Zealand scored four endeavors to Ireland’s three out of a 27-14 win.
The Dubai competition is the second of six phases in the World Series, New Zealand beating USA to win the first in Colorado a month ago.
The best four groups in the arrangement, which closes in Paris in June 2019, fit the bill for the 2020 Olympics.
New Zealand v Russia
USA v France
England v Australia
Canada v Ireland
— Scrumqueens #wrugby (@ScrumQueens) November 29, 2018
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