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Australia men bow out in Dubai as women advance to semi-finals

Australia men bow out in Dubai as women advance to semi-finals


The Australian stars advanced to the semi-finals of the Dubai Sevens on Sunday where they will meet an improving France at 8:42 p.m. (AEDT).

Tim Walsh’s team was far too strong for the United States in a 32-5 match while New Zealand will meet Canada in the other semi-final.

“We had a pretty strong pre-season,” said Australian Sharni Smale.

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“We know (the United States) are a physical team. We’re not the biggest team in the series. The Australians never are, but it’s really about attitude and the way you play. apply.”

Smale said Australia was aware of French threats.

“We played against the (France) ‘B’ team in Dublin during pre-season. We know as a 15s team they are quite physical as well, but this sevens team, they will fight for everything they will hunt. everything is in place. So we have to make sure that we are really tight.

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In the men’s quarterfinals, Australia were outscored 24-7 by four-time defending champions South Africa.

New Zealand destroyed the United States 40-0, Fiji beat Ireland 29-24 and Argentina beat Samoa 21-14.

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