“The sooner we build up the morale, the faster we will show the value of the France team”explained, in the teamThomas Darrac is the sporting director of the women’s group XV de France. Rest assured, the Blues have defined their territory by defeating New Zealand (38-13), Saturday, November 13th, at Hamo de Pauw Stadium.
A week after their demonstration against South Africa (46-3) at the opening of the autumn tour, Anik Herod’s players confirmed their position against higher-level opponents. Against the Black Ferns, the five-times world champion, the French national team achieved an impressive score less than a year before the upcoming World Cup Finals (October 8 – November 12 2022) in New Zealand. “This is the culmination of a lot of work for months, The captain, Gael Hermit, rejoiced at the France 2 microphone. We said we wanted to show the character, validated. “
🇫🇷🇳🇿 𝐋𝐀 𝐕𝐈𝐂𝐓𝐎𝐈𝐑𝐄! Bleues drops for the third time in a row @BlackFerns this afternoon in Pau with 6th… https://t.co/m3Edzmc2OW
Third straight win over New Zealand
Admittedly, New Zealand women are no longer in control of the parties as much as in recent years, especially since their last world title in 2017. They have come out of two heavy defeats to England (43-12 and 56-15) since the end of October. The French can also build on their last two successes against the Blacks Ferns, in 2018 (30-27) and in 2019 (25-16).
If France’s 15th were now not banned against world rugby queens, he wouldn’t be able to dominate them with such an offer: six attempts for one. The addition would have been heavier without testing at the end of the Eloise Blackwell meeting (73 .).e), but it is controversial.
From the start of the match, the Blues showed themselves dominant by scoring three attempts before the break (19-6). The first, signed Cyrielle Banet, came barely ten minutes into play after an attack, which the English had already used judiciously against the New Zealand women, crumbling in defence.
Cyrielle Banet did it again by receiving a superb left-to-right kick from Gabrielle Vernier’s position, at the end of a school event (15)e).
😯👏 What a job! Les Bleues put on a show in Pau! 🇫🇷 tops #XVdeFrance 12-6 thanks to Cyri’s awesome double… https://t.co/DQsS6Hfepf
Winger Caroline Bogard’s concussion exit, one of the blues’ most enduring strikers, did not disrupt the France squad. Young Chloe Jacquet (19), vice-champion at seven in Tokyo, played a back-to-back role and distinguished herself by scoring her first international attempt at 15 for her second selection (39).e).
Revenge next weekend
Blue led the point in the second half, scoring three new attempts, each time on carried balls, definitely a black spot for the New Zealanders. Full-back Emily Pollard (47e), was placed on the wing, the prostitute Agathe Sechat (63e) and alternative Scrum Half Laure Sansus (71e) each in turn was flattened to the cheers of the Béarn crowd of about 12,000 spectators.
Untouchables! 🏉 #XVdeFrance makes her sixth attempt thanks to Laure Sansus 🇫🇷 #FRANZL Follow the end of the match ▶… https://t.co/gXdk4f7XH5
The French and New Zealand women meet again next Saturday, November 20, at Stade Pierre Fabre in Castres, to complete the Autumn Tour.
The New Zealanders were defeated by the Irish
On the men’s front, the New Zealand team stumbled. The All Blacks were beaten on Saturday in Dublin by the Irish (29-20). This is the third victory in their history over New Zealand for an Irish team that dominated the match and scored three attempts. A little more than ten minutes after the end of the match, the All Blacks’ attempt at the striker was rejected, while the score was 23 to 17. Two penalties at the end of the match fired the Irish. The All Blacks will face France on Saturday 20 November.
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