Team New Zealand Rugby won a bronze medal at the world Championships
Team New Zealand defeated Wales in the match for third place at the Rugby world Cup with a score of 40:17. The meeting was held at Ajinomoto Stadium in Chofu, suburbs of Tokyo.
The new Zealanders two attempts brought Ben Smith, one of Joe Moody, Boden Barrett, Ryan Crotti and Richie Mounga. The Welsh one attempt on account Hallam Amos and Josh Adams.
Team New Zealand has won medals at the third world Cup in a row. In 2011, she won the title at his home tournament, and in 2015 — in England.
Saturday, November 2, in the final world Cup match will play England and South Africa. In the semifinals, the British defeated New Zealand (19:7), and South Africans — Wales (19:16).
The Russian team at the world Cup have lost all four matches and advanced to the playoffs. The team, led by Welsh coach Lyn Jones has consistently lost to Japan (10:30), Samoa (9:34), Ireland (0:35) and Scotland (0:61).
In the meeting with Japan, the Russians have established a record of world Championships, having the fastest attempt in the opening match of the championship. Cyril Golodnitsky brought her in the fifth minute of the game.