XV of France: the notes of the Blues: Dupont and Ntamack stunning, Baille launches the revolt – Fil Info – XV of France

Who shone at the Stade de France on Saturday night, who went through? After the great success of the Blues against Wales, 38 to 21, find the notes of our rugby specialists by following this link.

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Le Matin – Rugby: More than 40,000 spectators expected at Eden Park in Auckland

The New Zealand Federation hopes to sell even more tickets to reach maximum capacity, 47,700 spectators, for this second round of the Bledisloe Cup. Ph: AFP

The New Zealand Rugby Federation announced on Tuesday that it had already sold “more than 40,000 tickets” for the second round of the Bledisloe Cup between the All Blacks and Australia, scheduled for Sunday at Eden Park in Auckland.

In the first round of their annual opposition, the Pacific rivals drew (16-16) last Sunday in Wellington in front of some 30,000 spectators.

It was the first international game in seven months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It was also the first match for the two nations since the last World Cup which took place in the fall of 2019.

“It was fantastic to see so many fans attending the first test in over a year (between the two teams) in Wellington,” the New Zealand Federation said in a statement.

The latter hopes to sell even more tickets to reach maximum capacity, 47,700 spectators, for this second round of the Bledisloe Cup.

The lifting of health restrictions in New Zealand, which succeeded in countering the second epidemic wave, allows the All Blacks to welcome the Wallabies in the presence of a large audience.

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The failure of Stade Toulousain in three explanations – European Cups

His performances since the start of the season gave hope for an exploit in Exeter. But faced with perfectly organized Chiefs, Toulouse suffered a stroke of fate and relied too much on Kolbe and Dupont to make a difference.

The elimination of Toulouse can be explained by many factors. The value of the opponent first and foremost. Exeter has reigned over England for 18 months and has finally managed to extend his dominance on the continental stage. The strange preparation too. A single collective training for the whole week, stress linked to numerous PCR tests and the fear of an imposed package. And again the influx that evaporates, the annoyance that rises with the last 24 hours confined in their hotel in England, before being deprived of changing rooms to find themselves in a canvas tent outside the Sandy Park. We can also mention the average success of Thomas Ramos against the poles (3/5). But the elimination can also be explained – above all – by the fate of three key men in the Toulouse system.

A quickly leaden conquest

Rynhardt Elstad and Richie Arnold forfeits, Toulouse had only two second business lines at kickoff. Holders of course. The exit, from the 23e minute, of Rory Arnold, fractured right forearm, disorganized and weakened the Toulouse pack. Deprived of his control tower (the Australian measures 2.08 m) in touch, a few throws were lost or poorly controlled. In closed scrum, the building also sometimes pitched, Albin Placines, substitute third row doing his best. Finally, on the balls carried, the Toulouse forwards (who finished the match with five third business lines…) were clearly dominated by the tough and meticulous pack from Exeter. Conceding three tries on this phase of play, including two scored by the powerful pillar Harry Williams. “Rory Arnold’s injury hurt us,” confirms international flanker François Cros. He’s our line-up and God knows how good the Exeter line is. His exit put us a little blow in the head. “

The Kolbe dependency

With four tries scored in three matches, the South African winger is the fit man. To the point of embodying the X factor, the savior capable of making a difference, and of being served excessively. Too quickly, without the beginnings of a shift, to find himself facing two or three defenders as the Chiefs watched him like milk on fire. If, on an action of which he has the secret, Cheslin Kolbe eliminated three Englishmen creating an imbalance which resulted in the test of Placines, he was more often caught, cut up, pushed into touch. To go out, body chewed, also complaining of calf pain, shortly after the hour of play (66e minute). With statistics certainly more than honorable – 73 meters covered, three crossings (the best totals on the Toulouse side) – but the impression of having facilitated the task of the defense of Exeter who had decided to closely monitor the champion. of the world.

A Dupont under pressure

He is the other strong man at the start of the season on the Toulouse side. The scrum-half creates gaps, puts his team back in the advance. Saturday again, Antoine Dupont struggled. But the threat was stale, the English third line watched, led by Dave Ewers omnipresent in the tackle. Behind a jostled pack, number 9 did what he could, only gaining 26 short meters. Muzzled, he looked for the solution elsewhere, trying to make a difference in the process. With, sometimes, a lack of guilty patience, in particular on some jumps which were not necessary to find oneself too quickly at the end of the line without the slightest excess.

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UBB eliminated after extra time: “The defeat is hard” plague Christophe Urios – Fil Info – European Cups

Eliminated after extra time by Bristol (37-20) in the semi-final of the Challenge Cup, Bordeaux-Bègles can harbor regrets, believes his manager, questioned by France Bleu. “We were ready, it’s all about the details. Poor quality of the game at the foot, those first twenty minutes of the second half, at the end of the match where we have several situations that can be favorable and that we cannot convert. Obviously there are a lot of regrets but, at the same time, these are matches that will make us grow, hopes Christophe Urios. You have to accept defeat. It’s tough, but you have to accept it. ”

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In video, the fault that earned Racing star Kurtley Beale a red card – Fil Info – Top 14

Welcome to Top 14! The flagship rookie of the championship, and of Racing 92, the back Kurtley Beale (92 selections with the Wallabies) will have taken a little less than two matches before collecting his first red card. The Australian was penalized in the 63rd minute for a tackle deemed too high by the referee, Mr. Charabas, on Montpellier center Arthur Vincent, his shoulder hitting the head of the tricolor center. While waiting to know the duration of his suspension, Beale is automatically suspended for the quarter-final of the Champions Cup, next Saturday, against Clermont at the Michelin stadium.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that if children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mostly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal for lack of appetite, 15% had unusual skin rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at the children’s hospital in Southampton in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to dovetail with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that while children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mainly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal due to lack of appetite, 15% had unusual rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at Southampton Children’s Hospital in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to align with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that while children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mainly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal due to lack of appetite, 15% had unusual rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at Southampton Children’s Hospital in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to align with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Joaquín Tuculet ended his contract

During the afternoon this Thursday, the Argentine Rugby Union reported that, after five seasons, Joaquín Tuculet ended his contract with the institution. With experience in England, France and Wales, the fullback trained in Los Tilos culminates his current relationship with the UAR, after playing the five editions of Super Rugby with Jaguares.

For its part, regarding the upcoming challenges and for merely personal and family reasons, Tuculet informed the Los Pumas staff of the decision, which was respected, not to be part of the following preparation stages together with the National Team, which It involves a two-week concentration in a “health bubble” format and an extensive set-up for the Rugby Championship.

For his part, Joaquín Tuculet said goodbye with an emotional message: “First of all, I want to express my gratitude to all the people who accompanied me during all these years of my professional career in Argentina. In particular, to my family, who have always been supporting me in each new challenge that was presented to me ”.

“At the same time, I would like to thank the Argentine Rugby Union for these last five years, since I returned from Europe there at the end of 2015. Without a doubt, I take great memories and experiences that will be kept forever throughout my life, “continued the back.

And then he closed: “Finally, I would like to thank the staff and my colleagues enormously for these weeks of training shared at Casa Pumas, after five months of being distanced by the COVID 19 pandemic. And add that for reasons related to personal issues, I informed the coaches of the decision, which they respected, not to participate in the next stages that have the ultimate goal of playing the Rugby Championship ”.

Source: UAR.

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According to the quilt in the queen’s back: Harry doesn’t think that’s serious!

Before Prince Harry (35) and Meghan Markle (39) left the royal family, they promised to divide their time between the United States and Great Britain. So far, however, the prince’s heart seems to be drawn more to the United States than to his homeland. During an interview with British rugby players, he revealed that he had fallen in love with his new life in the United States.

After princ Harry and his wife Meghan were taken from the UK across the ocean, a large number of authors who are focused on the royal family, claim that the grandson Elizabeth II. changed. A clear transformation is evident in his behavior and demeanor.

While some believe that Harry in the United States suffers and feels lost, he speaks the exact opposite. During the pandemic, the prince communicates with the environment mainly through video interviews. It was no different during the conversation with the rugby players. When Harry was asked how he enjoyed a new life overseas, he couldn’t praise his new life.

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“It’s an easy question. I love it here. It’s fantastic here! ”Said the prince, according to eXpres.cz, and even allegedly indicated that he lived better in the luxurious residence where he and Meghan had recently moved in than in Kensington Palace. At least like fathers.

Harry is an avid athlete and, according to his words, wants to lead his son to sports. “It’s impossible to get little rugby balls here, but I would need to slowly introduce Archie to the game. But I am incredibly happy and grateful that we have a large garden here, so I can watch my son play, “said the prince.

Meghan Markle on coercion and life in the royal family:


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