Monday, January 30, 2023

Hamilton Sevens: Despite loss to South Africa, Pumas 7 qualify for quarter-finals for gold

The fourth leg of the Sevens World Tour of the 2022/23 season is being played NL FMG Stadium Day Hamilton, New ZealandWhere The Pumas 7 defeated Spain 20–5 in their debut, and they later did the same against Canada, 29–14.

At the end of the day, the Argentine team lost 17–14 against South Africa, but also passed through to the gold quarter-finals. Where they will face Fiji at 19:20, You can catch all the Seven action in Hamilton live on Star+.

Others, Pumas 7 are 8th in the general classification with 37 points. The same They are led by Samoa and South Africa with 47 units each.

South Africa 17-14 Los Pumas 7s (Friday)

The defining match fueled the expectation of a duel for others as well. The Pumas 7 were the first to break the nil with a try from Rodrigo Isgro, who took advantage of Jermaine Schulze’s liveliness to attempt a penalty early in the opponent’s area. However, this advantage would be short lived as the Blitzboks managed to recover before the end of the first half. With the entry of substitutes, notably a very active Marcos Moneta, Argentina managed to get back on top with a collective try, which was signed by Luciano González. But again South Africa made it to the end of the match and remained with the group.

Formation of Los Pumas 7: 3. German Schulz, 11. Luciano Gonzalez, 1. Rodrigo Isgro, 8. Gaston Revol, 2. Santiago Vera Feld, 9. Matias Osadjuk, 5. Agustin Fraga.

Deputy: 6. James Alvarez, 13. Mark Moneta, 21. Matthew Graziano, 10. Tobias Wade, 7. Alexander Lavayne.

Los Pumas 29-14 Canada of 7 (Friday)

The Argentine artist overcame with less in a match that was at times complicated by conspicuous absurdity in the background, which his opponent knew how to take advantage of. However, Los Pumas 7 responded at all times, and they took more and more ownership of the game as time went on. Led by Germán Schulze, Agustín Fraga and an intractable Marcos Moneta, Gómez Cora’s men reversed the situation and achieved great success.

Formation of Los Pumas 7: 3. German Schulz, 11. Luciano Gonzalez, 1. Rodrigo Isgro, 6. Santiago Alvarez, 8. Gaston Revol, 9. Matias Osadjuk, 5. Agustin Fraga.

Deputy: 13. Mark Moneta, 21. Matthew Graziano, 2. James Vera Feld, 10. Tobias Wade, 7. Alexander Lavayan.

Pumas 7 of 20-5 Spain (Friday)

An excellent work in the first half for Los Pumas 7 was enough to win against a Spanish team that just a few minutes from the end of the match was able to react against an ambitious and effective team from the Albiceleste, who scored 10 goals in the team. Spotted on two occasions, Matias Osadczuk protected Ibérica through Luciano González and Agustín Fraga.

Formation of Los Pumas 7: 3. German Schulz, 11. Luciano Gonzalez, 1. Rodrigo Isgro, 8. Gaston Revol, 9. Mattias Osadczuk, 5. Agustin Fraga, 10. Tobias Wade.

Deputy: 6. James Alvarez, 13. Mark Moneta, 21. Matthew Graziano, 2. James Vera Feld, 14. Joaquin Pellandini.

Results of the first day of men’s action:

Results of Day 1 of Women’s Action:

Men’s Day 2 schedule:

Women’s match of the second day:

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