Match Report – Connacht 46 – 18 Ospreys

Match Report – Connacht 46 – 18 Ospreys

Mack Hansen got Connacht up and run early on in their win over ospreys

The admirable feeling of Connacht of adventure on a sports field ravaged by wind and rain was rewarded with a 46-18 bonus-point win over the ospreys.

The westerners led met 18-11 at half-time after playing in the big wind, Mack Hansen moving down after just 129 seconds and debutant center Shayne Bolton and Oran McNulty also scoring attempts.

Luke Morgan had an opportunist score for the ospreys, with Stephen Myler launches two penalty’s for Jack Cartys one.

Sam Arnold and Joe Hawkins traded seven-pointers to make it 25-18, before Morgan in a high tackle in the 58th minute in Sin and conceded a goal. penalty to attempt.

When the ospreys fell for them second United Rugby Championship defeat, Connacht replacements Caolin Blade and Conor Fitzgerald made it’s an effort of seven success.

The hosts took off at a rate of knots in the difficult circumstances, Carty’s lung pass find winger Hansen, who stepped in two defenders for an unconverted attempt.

Osprey' Jack Regan runs in the defense of Connacht

Osprey’ Jack Regan runs in the defense of Connacht

Myler and Carty exchanged sentences for an 8-3 deficit for another quickfire attack – finished met 20-year-old South African Bolton – was rewarded with five more points.

Carty missed the conversion, net as Myler after a Connacht attack broke down, Owen Watkin twice hacked through and winger Morgan was grounded for his attempt. However, young full-back McNulty then took benefit of An defensive slip to run over from 45 meters out.

The visitors, who went close by whore Elvis Taione, returned fire when Myler reduced the gap to seven points. Connacht were the aggressors on the resumption did and center Arnold broke through a few brilliantly of tackles crash over, while Carty squeezed over the conversion.

Shayne Bolton had a debut to remember for Connacht

Shayne Bolton had a debut to remember for Connacht

Back came the ospreys, successive scrum penalties leading to Rhys Webb die Hawkins teen center releases to go in under the posts. Myler’s stairs made it’s a seven point game again.

Webb was well positioned to deny Connacht replacement Jack Aungier a try, but Morgan’s high tackle on the newly introduced Peter Robb, as he tried score in the right corner, was a shot in the Rose.

Connacht dominated the rest, Blade wriggled free from Reuben Morgan-Williams’ grasp to go in under the posts. Carty selflessly sent Fitzgerald over in the final few minutes.

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