France secures second win of Mini 7s leg 2 beating Aussie Green 28-14

France secures second win of Mini 7s leg 2 beating Aussie Green 28-14

By Mosese Raqio
Thursday 28/09/2023

The French Women's 7s side secured their second win of the Fiji Airways Mini International 7s tournament leg 2 after a 28-14 win over the Aussie Green side at Churchill Park in Lautoka today.

France scored 3 early converted tries to take a 21-0 lead before the Aussies scored their first try at the stroke of halftime for a 21-7 scoreline at the break.

France started the second half strongly with another converted try in the first 2 minute.

Aussie Gold improved their discipline in the second half and defended well to deny France from scoring any more points.

The Australians scored their consolation try at the sound of the full time hooter with the conversion successful for the final score.

In other matches played in round 2 of matches today, USA thrashed Aussie Gold 36-7 while the Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s side claimed a 33-14 win over the Black Ferns.

The final round of matches for day 1 will kick off at 3.40pm today.

Stay with us for updates.


Day 1 - Thu 28th Sep -
Full TimeAU Gold14 - 25NZ
Full TimeAU Green7 - 36USA
Full TimeFiji33 - 14NZ
Full TimeFrance28 - 14AU Green
Full TimeAU Gold7 - 22Fiji
Full TimeFrance21 - 17USA
Full TimeNZ7 - 28AU Green
Day 2 - Fri 29th Sep -
Full Time Fiji10 - 24USA
Full TimeNZ7 - 24France
Full TimeAU Gold0 - 31AU Green
Full TimeAU Gold12 - 38France
Full TimeFiji12 - 29 AU Green
Full TimeUSA12 - 17NZ
Full TimeBlack Ferns36 - 5AU Gold
Full TimeFijiana 19 - 7USA
Full TimeAU Green26 - 19France

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