Rugby: towards Italy-Uruguay; Crowley calls Tavuyara

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(ANSA) – ROME, NOV 15 – Not taken into consideration by Fiji for the 2019 World Cup, Ratuva Tavuyara has found a place in another national team, the Italian one. The Benetton winger, without a passport from the Bel Paese but residing in Treviso for three years, is in fact yet another equivalent who has decided to marry the blue cause, given that today he was summoned by the coach Kieran Crowley, and also the the last one that will exploit the residency requirement for a three-year period, given that now the rules on equals will change and the necessary years will become five.

Meanwhile, Tavuyara joins the Italrugby group that has resumed work in Verona in view of Saturday’s test match at the ‘Lanfranchi’ in Parma against Uruguay, the Azzurri’s third and last engagement in the ‘Autumn Series’ that saw them defeated from New Zealand to Argentina. Just yesterday Uruguay played in Padua against Alessandro Troncon’s Italy A (a sort of national reserve team) losing 31-13 and this makes it clear that on Saturday the senior national team will not be granted alternatives to victory, otherwise it would be a darker crisis of the All Blacks jersey.

Braam Steyn, Pierre Bruno, Leonardo Marin and Cherif Traorè also joined the blue group, returning from the match against Uruguay at the ‘Plebiscito’ in Padua. (HANDLE).


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