First appearance to win the first championship for Alan, Morrissey and Fichte. Only the last two with the Irish beat Worcester with Faiva
Bad news arrives from the world of the Premier League, with the first day of the season that saw Matteo Menozzi leave the field due to injury after only 6 minutes of play. The blue tip was posted in 15th by the Hornets who faced Gloucester: a recovery ball move with Kibirige trying to send Minozzi with a dump but the oval fell forward.
In the continuation of the Italian action, chasing the ball, he is tackled shoulder to shoulder by the opponent, and, feeling something above his right knee, he stops putting his hand on his leg. The referee and the medical staff stopped the match on the field and Minozzi almost cried. The Hornets have yet to release an official statement on the type and severity of the injury, and it’s clear that all Italian rugby is hoping for something as less dangerous as possible.
To report, but at this point taking the back seat, the match was absolutely stunning with the Wasps finishing a 0-21 lead in the first half before dramatically regrouping in the second. Hastings’ foot and four attempts (including a free kick) led Gloucester to the final 28-21.
The match between Newcastle and Harlequins was also the last offensive match, with the Londoners scoring the starting number 10 by Tommy Allen. Blue scored five conversions out of six attempts, leading to a decisive score of 40 to 31 in favor of his team. The match was overturned and decided by Dombrandt and Marchant scores between 74 and 78 minutes after it appeared that the Hawks were able to make the flip. Here are the main challenges with Tommaso Allan:
There was also room for a potential blue derby at the London Irish-Worcester Warriors. We use the clause because Faiva was a key player for the Warriors (whose tough moment has been talked about a lot in recent weeks) but he came in just 47th when Danilo Fischetti came in the other side instead of Gigena. From the 60’s there was also space for Luca Morisi, who takes part as the hub, in a match that had no history before. The Exiles are far superior, scoring seven times in the final 45 to 14. Here are the highlights:
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