Women's rugby / fifteenth in France.  Caroline Bogard confiscated against New Zealand ... for professional reasons

Women’s rugby / fifteenth in France. Caroline Bogard confiscated against New Zealand … for professional reasons

The French Rugby Federation announced, on Monday evening, in a press release, the offer of Caroline Bogard for the last match of the Bleues autumn tour against New Zealand, Saturday in Castres (3:00 pm).

Early discharge during the first test

One can think that Montpellier, who was replaced by Chloe Jacquet in the 29th minute of the first test match against the Black Ferns (38-13 on November 13), suffered no injury.

But not at all: The French crew released Bogard, 27, on professional grounds, “in order to prepare for and pass this week’s professional firefighter competition,” we read in the press release.

In full re إعادة

Formerly a part-time saleswoman at Decathlon in Montpellier, Caroline Bogard was this week nominated for the title of “World Rugby Player 2021” but is not a full-fledged professional player and has already begun re-training to become a fire soldier.

Last April, she referred to Parisian To have “carried out some guards”, as a volunteer firefighter in Herault. “Playing rugby is great,” she said then, “but you need something simple that allows you to think of something else.”

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