Live. Rugby 7s – Follow the Los Angeles tournament: the Blues master Japan in the opening

Les Bleues mastered Japan to start

Opposing Japan this Friday evening, Carla Neisen and her partners took the measure of Japan (35-7) for their entry into the competition. After a timid first act (14-7), marked by two tries from Joanna Grisez (2nd) and a goal from Camille Grassineau magnificently served by Séraphine Okemba, David Courteix’s troops gained momentum with three goals from Carla Neisen (9th). ), Anne-Cécile Ciofani (14th) and Ian Jason (15th).

The Australians start with a victory

The first meeting of the women’s tournament pitted Australia against Ireland, two of the last three stage winners and, above all, two opponents of the Blues in the pools: the hierarchy was respected with a clear victory for the Australians (30-0) .

Girls start at 1:52 a.m., men at 4:16 a.m.

The French women’s 7 will open their competition on the night of Friday to Saturday against Japan. The match will kick off at 1:52 a.m. For the men, we will have to wait a little since they will face Canada at 4:16 a.m.

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\ud83d\udc4a Follow them tonight for the start of the @LASevensRugby with two matches to follow!

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\ud83d\udcfa You can follow it live and for free on @RugbyPass_FR and on the platforms of @FranceTV !#France7pic.twitter.com/Kp28gqkKHF

— France Rugby (@FranceRugby) March 1, 2024

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