Israel routs Bosnia in rugby

By DAVID WISEMAN
May 8, 2006 05:33

 
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The national rugby team finished its European Nations Cup - Division 3C campaign with a polished 42-0 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina at the Wingate Sports Institute over the weekend. The seven-tries-to-nil effort was the debut for coach Dimitri Voclov and gave the blue and white their second win from their fourth and final match. Hooker Ra'anan Vaknin crashed over for two tries, while Nimrod Kaplan also scored a try.


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