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Sardinia very bitter for Ivrea rugby is the hardest trip

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Ends 26 to 7 for Capoterra, after a partial 13 to 0 Many wasted opportunities, the half-day trip weighs


Ivrea Rugby flies to Sardinia to face Amatori Capoterra at the Municipal court in via Trento as part of the fifth first leg of the Serie B national championship.

Against the islanders, a photocopy of the Union Monferrato with a midline from Serie A, the Ivrea players are defeated with a score of 26 – 7, after a partial of 13 to 0. This was, in the province of Cagliari, the away match more demanding for the “15” coached by Chris De Meyer, a long journey that began early in the morning, at 5.00, to reach the Orio al Serio airport, in the province of Bergamo, take off at 8.30, arrival on the island at 10 am, lunch and transfer to the stadium for kick-off set at 2.30 pm.

In practice, a first and demanding portion of the game has almost already been played which, however, as sporting director Alessandro Ghitalla had emphasized on the eve, should not have been an alibi anyway. The final scoreboard sees the guests prevail with a try, Lorenzo Celembrini, transformed and two set pieces in the first forty of the game. Same scoring in the second half with the goal, converted, by Carlo Stara and two free kicks, placed and transformations starting from the foot of Mattia Aru author of sixteen total points.

In the second half the Ivrea goal by Davide Valsecchi, transformed by Geronimo Pavan, breaks the hegemony of Capoterra and rekindles the hopes of a possible comeback which, despite the efforts made, does not materialize for the boys of President Franco Rosso. Unfortunately, even in this race there are many opportunities to go to the goal which, however, are not exploited properly. The hosts took the field with Vecchia, Uccheddu, Vega, Sainas, Peddio, Fanutza, Eschoyez, Gardonio, Brui, Aru, Celembrini, Mindstrup, Moncada, Stara, Garau; available Ganga, Echazu Molina, Greco, Ambus, Baire, Smeraldo. Coach Alejandro Eschoyez. Ours instead with Emanuele De Lise, Barbuscia, Converso, Forneris, Campanale, Zilioli, Tesse, Del Torno, Simone De Lise, Pavan, Meneghini, Cardella, Valsecchi, Rabachino, Attye; Macrì, Bartolini, Marchi, Barilli, Bordignon, Beratto, Sanfilippo are available. Referee of the match Iacopo Fioravanti of the Rome section. –

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