Sandy Park — Exeter Chiefs cleared up last week’s disappointing Premier 15 defeat to the Bristol Bears behind it with eight dismantlings of the deadly Sale Sharks.
In just 32 seconds, Excelter’s full-back Olivia Jones broke through the first score, making it clear that the sale wouldn’t offer a real challenge. By the end of the first quarter, there were three centers, Kanako Kobayashi and No 8 Kate Zachary.
Then, in the 34th minute, a match attempt from Tighthead Prop Darea Kamenin.
Normally, if a prop says it broke through the defense to score from 35 yards at the bar after the match, it means flopping the line from 35 inches. But Menin wouldn’t tell the story. She showed both pace and Panash in touchdown for the Chiefs’ fourth and bonus point try.
To be sure, Menin was immeasurable throughout and played a major role in Exeter’s domination of Scrum, from which countless penalties were imposed. Canada International is one of several important signatures from Chiefs Head Coach Susie Appleby for this new season, all of which are something special to the team that finished impressive sixth place in their debut season. It seems that I added something like that.
Jones and Kobayashi are two more, bringing an extra zipper to the backline.
With a fifth score from Rock McKinley Hunt and yet another conversion from Gabby Cantorna, one of the league’s most consistent goal kickers, the Chiefs entered halftime 33-0.
Three tries of Ebony Jeffreys, powerful winger Genin Duncan, and Hunt conclude this simplest victory on the Devon side.
But while this was just a training run for the Chiefs, there are still concerns about missing an opportunity. Eight trials are sufficient, but since the Triline Fever has taken hold, it had to be done at least three times. This ensures that your business runs with a simple path to the wing when you see a 2 to 1 number.
Appleby will be happy with the win, but if she intends to win the spot in the semifinals at the end of the season, her team will know that errors against Saracens, Quinns, Loughborough, etc. must be eliminated. ..
Appleby may be dissatisfied with the size of the crowd. Only 600 people have appeared in this rugby crazy region of the world. The problem was that Exeter’s Bean counter thought it was a good idea not to include Premier 15 matches in the price of their season tickets. Therefore, those most loyal fans walked in the opposite direction of Sandy Park and voted on their feet.
It’s a bad move from clubs that claim to be a complete boost to the growth of women’s games. Don’t charge your most loyal fans an extra charge to see women and see the sales of those bars skyrocket.