Who said this year’s European Rugby Cup was not interesting? Certainly not separatists! The CAB players thought they would be similar to the red zone in the championship without winning the first 14th and 13th place after two months within these European brackets. This Friday evening, the updated CAB Pav (33-25) dominated a young squad.
Joris Jurand wins Man of the Match award “Mission success! This success is good for the head!”
Privistz scored by Jabritz in 23rd place after a penalty and a series of Big and Coke. Joris Jurand passed an amazing kick past the back of the net from Abzantes. The Privists also got rewarded after capturing a penalty try in the second half.
Meeting: The Privists dominated the fundamentals
Touches, scrams, rucksacks and especially malls. Prive dominated all areas of this Friday night game. “Played a very interesting game in the Prive Scrum”, Recognized by Thomas Domingo, one of the Pav coaches who specializes in scrum. “Overall, the Privists were ubiquitous and especially high in impact because they had more choice.”
“That’s the Value of Privy”, Daniel Brennan pointed out. The head teacher of a great competition was praised “Aggression, Throughout the crowd, especially in the vulnerability zone these teams are betting. Joris Jurand was chosen as the man of the match. “This win is good for the head!”
Player in sight: Dylan Lam caught a cold
Dylan Lam, who became a medical joker at the end of November, has not played a bit since he set foot on the chorus. This Friday evening, the powerful third line caught the eye of many spectators at the stadium. He distributed some well-felt buffers and always advanced with the ball in hand. “He had a very good game.” Coach Jeremy Davidson noted at the end of the meeting. “The duels are very good and very technical. We will put it back against Edinburgh.”
XXL performance not surprising Joris Jurand: “He has been working like a dog since he came with us. Before the game he had ants on his legs and he played very well “
Statistics: Thomas Lorenzier got 7 out of 7
The Chorus opener expressed his gratitude for his shots. He did not tremble against the poles to check the positive actions of these team players, especially the highest scrum for 60 minutes. “He stopped us in front of the bulletin board”, Note Joris Jurand. “Thomas gave us hope and then he was able to free us up to play a little more.”
Sadness: No offensive bonus
Although both the coach and the players say the goal is to smile again with success, this encounter may be regretted at the end of the team stage. Privists may have received an attack bonus. “We’ve been behind the line twice without scoring, which is a shame.”, Jeremy Davidson breathes.
“We should have gotten this bonus”, Joris Jurand adds, “They ran ahead. I’m next to the first action, I have the test. In the last mole, we ran all the game over them, we made progress, we already got a penalty try, and I think the adults deserved the second game.
The next match is against Edinburgh in Scotland next Friday. One big piece, the Scots are currently the leaders of the Celtic League!
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