Lthe men’s national Rugby 7s national team competes from Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23 in Monaco the World Olympic Repechage Tournamentin which the last place for Paris 2024 is at stake.

Those of Paco Hern�ndez They have started by doing their homework and beating Brazil in the first game of the group stage by a clear 38-0, with six tries of Enrique Bolinches (2), Juan Ramos, Pol Pla, Edu L�pez and Jeremy Trevithick in a match in which those from South America could do little against a strong defense and an accurate attack by Los Leones.

The second and last game of the group stage for the Spanish will face Hong Kong on Saturday at 3:28 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). On Sunday, the men’s quarterfinals will begin at 11:31, the semifinals will begin at 3:10 p.m., and the grand final will begin at 6:36 p.m.

Jeremy Trevithick, author of the last Spanish record with a race of practically 90 meters, has assured that the team leaves the game “with a good feeling. We expected Brazil to be a strong and physical team, but we have overcome it although with some mistakes that we have to correct. Tomorrow we face Hong Kong, a team with a level, with a lot of experience in 7s, but we are going to focus on ourselves and the key is going to be 100% and reducing errors.”

Paco Hernández agrees with the young sprinter: “We are happy. The important thing is to start the tournament in the way we have done. We had a very good, very solid first half, using our possessions well. Maybe we lacked a little defensive intensity, but it’s the first game and we already have four left, that’s what we have to think about. Monaco brings back very good memories for those of us who were here in 2016 so we hope to be able to remember that Olympic qualification on the same stage.”

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