Ireland out of world cup of Rugby 2007
Ireland in the World cup of Rugby 2007
The team of Ireland of Rugby to XV starts the World cup of Rugby 2007 with ambitions. It occupies one of the first six places of world classification. Brian O' Driscoll, Ronan O' Gara, Girvan Dempsey, Peter Stringer and the fronts Malcolm O' Kelly, Paul O' Connell, belong to this team which has in four years carried out three triple crowns. However it did not gain the tournament.
The September 9th 2007, the Irishmen beat the Namibia 32-17, without convincing. They beat thereafter the Georgia 14-10, before losing their illusions against the France and the Argentine to finish 3rd hen D and eliminated.
Here the list of the thirty selected for the World cup 2007:
The following list indicates the players selected to take part in the world cup 2007.
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World cupIreland disputes four matches preliminary in Hen D.
France - Ireland
France plays without Fabien Pelous which was wounded at the time of the match against Namibia. It carries it after having dominated during the major part of the match, thanks to two tests of Vincent Clerc, consecutive with two master keys with the foot of Frederic Michalak and Jean-Baptiste Elissalde, and five penalties marked by Jean-Baptiste Elissalde.
Ireland - Argentina
Classification of the hen D
Better markers of Irish tests
- Brian O' Driscoll 2 tests
- Rory Best, Girvan Dempsey, Simon Easterby, Jerry Flannery, Geordan Murphy, Andrew Trimble, test of penalty
Better Irish realizer
- Ronan O' Gara 19 points, 5 transformations, 1 drop, 2 penalties
- World cup of Rugby 2007
- World cup of Rugby 2007 (teams)
- World cup of Rugby at XV 2007 - Hen D
- Team of Argentina of Rugby to XV per adversary
- Rugby to XV in Ireland
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