Wednesday 21 August 2019

International Rules: Australia have too much for Ireland in close encounter

Aidan O Shea of Ireland wins possession ahead of Scott Pendlebury of Australia during the Virgin Australia International Rules Series 1st test at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile
Aidan O Shea of Ireland wins possession ahead of Scott Pendlebury of Australia during the Virgin Australia International Rules Series 1st test at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile
The Eirgrid Ireland team captain Aidan O'Shea with the Cormac McAnallen Cup and the Australian captain Shaun Burgoyne during the Australia v Ireland - Virgin Australia International Rules Series 1st Test pre match photocall on the pedestrian bridge outside the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile
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Australia had 14 different scorers as they impressed in a 63-53 win over Ireland in sweltering conditions in Adelaide.

 

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