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Eleventh place in Toulouse brings Spain closer to permanence

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Lhe Spanish rugby 7 team has been eleventh in the tournament in Toulouse (France), seventh and penultimate stage of the World Series, where has taken a decisive step towards permanence by increasing its advantage over Wales and Japan, the tenants of the two descent positions.

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Spain only played one game on Sunday, against a New Zealand who, for the first time in the history of the competition, since 1999, had been left out of the quarterfinals and wanted to get rid of this thorn with a resounding victory in the semifinal of the consolation trophy.

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The Olympic runners-up, thus, did not give the ‘Lions’ (7-36) an option, to those who stole possession of the oval in a first half in which they scored three tries, through Joe Webber and Regan Ware in two actions deployed, and thanks to Ngarohi McGarvey-Black after a quick serve from a free kick from five meters.

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In the second half, Ware completed his double taking advantage of Spain’s numerical inferiority due to the temporary exclusion of Eduardo López. Enrique Bolinches saved the honor with a try, by picking up a ball in a ruck to run between posts, and two marks from Caleb Tangitau sealed the final 7-36.



Source: www.marca.com

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