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.

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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.

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