Rugby

Baby Blacks crush Australia

2011-06-22 22:29
Gareth Anscombe (File)
Treviso - The New Zealand under-20s are through to the IRB Junior World Championship final after beating Australia 37-7 in their semi-final.

The three-time champions will meet England in the final, who beat France 33-18 in the earlier semi-final.

According to the website, nzherald.co.nz, Gareth Anscombe finished with 19 points including a try, four conversions and three penalties.

New Zealand led 13-7 at halftime before easing away in the second half.

Francis Saili, Charles Piutau, Anscombe and Brad Weber all scored over for the Baby Blacks after Australia scored the opening try.

The final will be played on Monday.

Scorers:

New Zealand: 37 (Francis Saili, Charles Piutau, Gareth Anscombe, Brad Weber tries; Anscombe 3 pen, 4 con)

Australia:
7 (Chris Nasiganiyavi try; Ben Volavola con). Halftime: 13-7.
 

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