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In frozen Dallas, New York skirmishes roll jackals

The unusually cool weather was not enough to exclude New York rugby from the game in Dallas. On Saturday night at Chokta Stadium, the guests won a universal victory with a score of 41-5 over the Jackals. The demonstration created a scene where the New York strikers spent their way with their opponents.

In New York there were two attempts before the first break for hydration. Koloma Tuilama broke off the rolled-up hammer and was the first to roll over. The second went to Pag Heini, breaking from the back of the fight. Sam Windsor missed the first conversion but hit the target on the second.

The third attempt went to Will Tucker, who took a pass from Heine and used his long range to finish in the corner. Dallas came out on the board next when Mike Matarazzo hit Jack Hayton hitting the ball. Chad London showed off his football skills to hack it forward and reunite to score.

Windsor’s cross-attack on Andrew Co. was withdrawn when TMO found the winger offside, but New York had the advantage and still scored a few minutes later. Tuiloma from close range made his way through the Dallas defense and made the score 22-5 at the break.

The Jackals ’clash went back with knot speed in the second half. Andy Ellis escaped the cancer and led Sam Windsor through a seven-point gap. Windsor left the field and Hayton moved on to the flyhalf, and he will soon come across the line for New York’s sixth attempt.

Replacing prostitute Caleb Geiger was forced to leave the field in just two minutes due to a head injury. Wilton Rebala returned to the fight, and the front rower made the best impression of the extreme in the seventh attempt. The long sequence of attacks ended with the Brazilian diving into the water at full rate.

Dallas has no rest, which next Saturday will have to face the Utah Warriors in Salt Lake. On Sunday, “New York” will play a home start against local rivals New England.

POINTS

DALAS 5
Attempts – North London (32 ‘)
Cons – A. Carelse 0/1

NEW YORK 41
Attempts – K. Tuilama 2 (7, 39 ′), P. Heine (18 ′), W. Tucker (28 ′), S. Windsor (55 ′), J. Hayton (65 ′), W. Rebola (80 ′)
Cons – S. Windsor 1/4 (19 ′), Without impact (55 ′), J. Hayton 1/1 (66 ′), A. Ellis 0/1
DG – S. Windsor 0/1

TEAMS

DALASIAN JACKALS
1 Liam Murray (17 Ryan Bauer, 58 ft), 2 Matt Frings (16 Brendan Reims, 45 ft), 3 Alex Tuci (18 Tommy Madaras, 58 ft), 4 Bronson Teles (20 Adrian Buisen, 47 ft), 5 Jerry (19 Sam Lena) Phillips 67 ′), 6 Mike Matarazzo, 7 Mo Abdelmanem, 8 Conrad Ruhr, 9 Tom Brusati (21 Dylan James HT), 10 Adrian Carels, 11 Aaron Gray (22 Ned Hodson 48), 12 Chad Tinder London , 13 14 Campbell Johnston, 15 Chris Pennell (captain) (23 Alejandro Torres 48 feet)

RUGBY NEW YORK
1 Zach Taulafo (17 Chance Wenglewski 47 ‘), 2 Wilton Rebola (16 Caleb Geiger 58′-60’), 3 Cololo Tuilama (18 Nick Mayhew 56 ‘), 4 Nate Brackley (captain), 5 Charlie6 Will X’ Yui. Tucker (20 Dylan Fossit, 58 ft), 7 Brendan O’Connor, 8 Paha Heiney (19 Joe Basser, 50 ft), 9 Conor Buckley (22 Andy Ellis, 47 ft), 10 Sam Windsor (23 Faasio Fuatai, 56 ft) ), 11 Appenis Cocoabalova (21 Conor McManus 69 ′), 12 Jason Emery, 13 Queen Ngawati, 14 Andrew Coe, 15 Jack Hayton

MATU OFFICERS

Referee: Mike Lash (New Zealand)
Assistants: Kat Roche (USA) and Cole Jones (USA)
TMO: Jack Goal (Australia)

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In frozen Dallas, New York skirmishes roll jackals

The unusually cool weather was not enough to exclude New York rugby from the game in Dallas. On Saturday night at Chokta Stadium, the guests won a universal victory with a score of 41-5 over the Jackals. The demonstration created a scene where the New York strikers spent their way with their opponents.

In New York there were two attempts before the first break for hydration. Koloma Tuilama broke off the rolled-up hammer and was the first to roll over. The second went to Pag Heini, breaking from the back of the fight. Sam Windsor missed the first conversion but hit the target on the second.

The third attempt went to Will Tucker, who took a pass from Heine and used his long range to finish in the corner. Dallas came out on the board next when Mike Matarazzo hit Jack Hayton hitting the ball. Chad London showed off his football skills to hack it forward and reunite to score.

Windsor’s cross-attack on Andrew Co. was withdrawn when TMO found the winger offside, but New York had the advantage and still scored a few minutes later. Tuiloma from close range made his way through the Dallas defense and made the score 22-5 at the break.

The Jackals ’clash went back with knot speed in the second half. Andy Ellis escaped the cancer and led Sam Windsor through a seven-point gap. Windsor left the field and Hayton moved on to the flyhalf, and he will soon come across the line for New York’s sixth attempt.

Replacing prostitute Caleb Geiger was forced to leave the field in just two minutes due to a head injury. Wilton Rebala returned to the fight, and the front rower made the best impression of the extreme in the seventh attempt. The long sequence of attacks ended with the Brazilian diving into the water at full rate.

Dallas has no rest, which next Saturday will have to face the Utah Warriors in Salt Lake. On Sunday, “New York” will play a home start against local rivals New England.

POINTS

DALAS 5
Attempts – North London (32 ‘)
Cons – A. Carelse 0/1

NEW YORK 41
Attempts – K. Tuilama 2 (7, 39 ′), P. Heine (18 ′), W. Tucker (28 ′), S. Windsor (55 ′), J. Hayton (65 ′), W. Rebola (80 ′)
Cons – S. Windsor 1/4 (19 ′), Without impact (55 ′), J. Hayton 1/1 (66 ′), A. Ellis 0/1
DG – S. Windsor 0/1

TEAMS

DALASIAN JACKALS
1 Liam Murray (17 Ryan Bauer, 58 ft), 2 Matt Frings (16 Brendan Reims, 45 ft), 3 Alex Tuci (18 Tommy Madaras, 58 ft), 4 Bronson Teles (20 Adrian Buisen, 47 ft), 5 Jerry (19 Sam Lena) Phillips 67 ′), 6 Mike Matarazzo, 7 Mo Abdelmanem, 8 Conrad Ruhr, 9 Tom Brusati (21 Dylan James HT), 10 Adrian Carels, 11 Aaron Gray (22 Ned Hodson 48), 12 Chad Tinder London , 13 14 Campbell Johnston, 15 Chris Pennell (captain) (23 Alejandro Torres 48 feet)

RUGBY NEW YORK
1 Zach Taulafo (17 Chance Wenglewski 47 ‘), 2 Wilton Rebola (16 Caleb Geiger 58′-60’), 3 Cololo Tuilama (18 Nick Mayhew 56 ‘), 4 Nate Brackley (captain), 5 Charlie6 Will X’ Yui. Tucker (20 Dylan Fossit, 58 ft), 7 Brendan O’Connor, 8 Paha Heiney (19 Joe Basser, 50 ft), 9 Conor Buckley (22 Andy Ellis, 47 ft), 10 Sam Windsor (23 Faasio Fuatai, 56 ft) ), 11 Appenis Cocoabalova (21 Conor McManus 69 ′), 12 Jason Emery, 13 Queen Ngawati, 14 Andrew Coe, 15 Jack Hayton

MATU OFFICERS

Referee: Mike Lash (New Zealand)
Assistants: Kat Roche (USA) and Cole Jones (USA)
TMO: Jack Goal (Australia)

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