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Italy ko with England but it is a Belluno party for D’Incà’s debut

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A chased debut: Alyssa D’Incà made her blue debut at the women’s 6 Nations. Yesterday, at the Lanfranchi stadium in Parma, the 72nd minute was running, when the coach Andrea Di Giandomenico chose to replace the now tired Beatrice Rigoni with the Bellunese. Punctually, the commentator of Eurosport, the broadcaster that broadcast the live broadcast of the event, recalled that the player grew up in Alpago, and then moved on to Villorba.

The opponent was the English national team who at that time were already ahead 55-3. At the entrance of the Bellunese it started with a scrum, after which D’Incà placed herself on the right wing, where she made herself noticed almost immediately with a nice tackle. Unfortunately the minutes played were not many: 8 ‘more recovery.

In these phases, the fifteenth blue suffered the goals of Claudia Mc Donald and Davies with the time expired, which set the final score at 67-3.

The women’s national team of the oval will return to the field on Saturday 17 April in Glasgow against Scotland and maybe there will be the possibility of seeing the belluno rugby player from the beginning. –

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