URC rugby, Treviso wins debut: Glasgow Warriors defeated 33-11

Portolami’s team without Garbissi, Minoncillo and Marin dominate the Scots. Mandy’s debut dream, author of Two Goals

Benetton Treviso opened the new season of URC with a clear and convincing victory over Franco Smith’s Glasgow Warriors for 33-11. He dominated the match from start to finish, with Treviso always in control, propelled by a great team performance. What stands out is the performance of Ignacio Mendy, the author of two goals in his green and white debut: a start almost perfect for Monty Ioane not to regret. Few smiles for Franco Smith, who was graciously greeted by Monego as he entered the field a few minutes before the match started.

the match

In addition to the unavailable Garbisi, Menoncello and Marin, Benetton presents himself without Gallo and Chaparro, who still participate in the rugby tournament with Argentina. Officially called up in green and white in place of Scrafton in the second row and Mendy on the wing, Hidalgo-Clyne enters the second half. Treviso starts better, pushing Glasgow up to 22nd in the early stages of the match, taking a 10th minute lead thanks to Rhyno Smith’s position. Horn responds with the same coin, but Benetton digs the first groove. Treviso’s advanced defense puts the Warriors in difficulty, the Brix steals the oval inside the five opponents and serves Da Rey Padovani on the flank and crushes 8-3. The Scots try to respond, but too many mistakes do not allow Glasgow to give continuity to their work. Marco Portolami’s side is seizing the opportunity to expand further, this time taking advantage of the leadership that gave so much satisfaction last season: Lucchesi is clearly taking care of a 13-3 score. The Warriors’ reaction this time is furious, but Treviso was able to limit the damage by awarding second place in the evening to George Horn for 13-6 in the now-over time.

what is my daddy

Exclusively green and white, the start of recovery, with the first attempt by Mindy, the protagonist is immediately on his debut with Benetton. A sign of exquisite workmanship, from passing Da Re to reaching the two “bounced” steps by the Argentine trocar to crush the goal; Smith’s shift puts the score at 20-6. It is South Africa in particular, on the extreme side, that scores consecutively the two 26-6 positions, which, combined with Horn’s replacement for the guests, appears to be able to permanently close the accounts just over twenty minutes from the end. . Smith and Duvenage failed on the date with the fourth goal, and in the first reversal against Glasgow is unforgivable: Fagerson scored 26-11 from an unbeaten state to revive the guests in the 60′, Jordan does not change. The Warriors try, but with seven from the finish, remaining hopes are in jeopardy due to a miscalculation by the Chancellor at the foot, who flies alone towards Treviso’s goal area, kicking the oval over the finish line. Treviso holds out the Scots’ last escalation, and when the time comes, Mendy crowns his first dream with the second goal of the day on interception. Smith turns and Monego can cheer, starting where he left off last season.