James Lowe should officially become “Clover” next Friday.
The 28-year-old winger moved from the Chiefs to Leinster in 2017, and three years later changed his new Zealand citizenship to Irish. At the same time, Lowe played four matches for the Maori All Blacks, in which he scored three tries.
In June 2020, James signed a new three-year contract with Leinster and has every chance to compete at the 2023 world Cup.
According to RugbyPass, citing its own sources, Lowe will make his debut for Ireland on November 13 in the opening game of the Autumn Nations Cup against Wales.
Aotearoa Super Rugby 2021 runs from February to May
Fans are waiting for ten rounds and the final.
The tournament starts on February 26 with the Highlanders – Crusaders match. The final game of the Blues – Chiefs regular season will take place on may 1. The final is scheduled for may 8.
“We saw how exciting this format was in 2020, and now all the teams understand that to reach the final, they need to win every week. With all the All Blacks players available, there will be a real firework display of Rugby for the fans. We have taken into account all the wishes of our fans and we hope they will enjoy Super Rugby Aotearoa again, ” Chris Lendram, CEO of professional Rugby New Zealand, told reporters.
Lendrum also confirmed that talks on creating a TRANS-Tasmanian tournament along with Australia are at the final stages and soon the party will announce the details of its implementation.
European qualification for the world Cup moved
We are talking about the final qualifying stage Of the old World KM 2021 among girls.
The tournament was originally scheduled to take place in December and determine the tenth of the twelve world Cup participants in New Zealand. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the fact that the European championship was not completed, World Rugby and Rugby Europe postponed qualification to the beginning of 2021.
The exact dates of the tournament, which will be played by Italy, Scotland, Ireland and the winner of the world CUP (Spain, the Netherlands, Russia), will be approved later.