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Australia’s rugby won maiden World Series in Los Angeles

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Australia’s rugby  win maiden World Series in Los Angeles

Australia men team have won their first men’s world rugb  in Los Angeles

Australia rugby cobblestone men’s rugby sevens ‘Missfits’ have become world champions with a spectacular performance after winning the bronze medal at the World Series Final in Los Angeles.

His 21-7 loss to Samoa on Monday (AEST) built on good defense and a clean finish, soaring from his second place overall and finishing overall for the first time since the start of the tournament in 1999. won the crown.

Australia’s rugby won maiden World Series in Los Angeles
Australia’s rugby won maiden World Series in Los Angeles

Australia finished the tournament two more points behind South Africa (124) and Fiji after losing 28–21 to New Zealand, who finished the season in eighth place.
Sydney Rugby Attracting players from his club and super his rugby talent, his mission was to take seriously a team that had overshadowed his Olympic champions for years.

“I’m very happy. I didn’t think we’d be in this position so quickly,” Manenti told reporters as the celebrations kicked off in California on Monday. “The first game I took over was a draw with 13 players against Germany. What is going on here?

Australia’s cobblestone men’s rugby sevens ‘Missfits’ have become world champions with a spectacular performance after winning the bronze medal at the World Series Final in Los Angeles.

His 7-21 loss to Samoa on Monday morning (AEST) built on excellent defense and a clean finish, soaring from his 2nd place overall, his best since the start of the tournament in 1999. Won the overall crown for the first time.

Australia finished the tournament two more points behind South Africa (124) and Fiji after losing 28–21 to New Zealand, who finished the season in eighth place.

Australia advanced to the finals by two points over the Blitzboks thanks to her one win and her five podiums in eight tournaments.

South Africa missed the quarter-finals and opened up to Australia, who were narrowly defeated by Fiji in the semi-finals in the first half of Monday. But fueled by Dietrich Roach and veteran Nick Maloof, they kept the tension, conceded an early try and dominated to inspire a jubilant scene.

“There were people who deserved it but didn’t get the opportunity [elsewhere] and they were part of the underdog tag that we enjoy.

Manenti has since thanked Rugby Australia for its innovative approach to strengthening its programme, and hopes to return home with a better reputation after next month’s World Cup in Cape Town. increase.

“This proves we’re on the right track…and suggests it’s worth making a small investment to grow our player pool,” he said. Roach scored and scored a try, but his turnover and Malouf’s second-half steal were enough to hold back Samoa’s dying push in the final minutes.

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