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Garry Ringrose got his mojo back

Gerry Ringrose has found his mojo. Whether it’s Mike Catt or Andy Farrell whispering in his ear, Ringrose is again the hungry, attack-minded runner, so good at finding spaces where there doesn’t seem to be. Confident and willing, his best trait is that offensive instinct. It was a bad Italian team but the attack went past two players, center and left wing, because of their effort full of confidence. Ringrose wants to bring the same attitude to Ireland’s next game against Scotland, which has real experience at 21-year-old center Cameron Redpath.

Catt began attacking Ireland

After Italy is Mike Catt still under pressure? Is there a game more nuanced and less bish, bash pick and go with a one-time runner? Winning bonus points is a target against a weak team. But there was an increase in Irish tempo, their willingness to attack space and their attempt to get their hands off the runners on their shoulders. Jordan Larmour’s release to Will Connors and Garry Ringrose’s demolition of Hugo Keenan’s trials were good to see executed well and also paid off in spades by two scores.

Italy can’t calculate statistics

Although Ireland won the match by six tries the number came from Six Nations The statistical office is favored by Italians in a number of fields. Although Ireland has the most control with 51 percent to 49 percent, Italy has the most territory, 60 percent to 40 percent of Ireland. Italy also has 57 percent of the Irish half while Ireland has only 38 percent of the Italian half. Italy also spent seven minutes and 51 seconds in their own half while Ireland spent 11 minutes and 52 seconds on their own.

Johnny Sexton in the groove

Glad to see him play for the whole match and land all of his kicks, the last one for a conversion after Earls’ attempt in the 80th minute. Sexton played well and was out of trouble after being badly injured, picking up the ball and making a huge tackle to the Italian forward. There was no outburst of anger from the Irish captain except for a hand slapped on the grass as Italy scored a try just before the break. And he’s right. It’s soft. A clever distance shot late on ended a fine day for a kick out.

James Ryan leads by example

Irish Keys made 19 tackles in the game, more than any other player. The closest person to match Ryan is Michele Lamaro, the Italian number 8, who has 18, while captain and Italian prostitute Luca Bigi takes 16 strokes. For Ireland, Will Connors is closest to 14 tackles with Robbie Henshaw being by far the most successful player at the back with a total of 13. What all that adds up is a lot of pressure being put on Italy, who took out 18 penalties in that match.

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