Rugby à Sept : six candidats pour le titre de Révélation de l'année

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SINGAPOUR, SINGAPOUR - 03 MAI : Carissa Norsten (Canada) avec le ballon pour un essai contre l'Espagne dans le match féminin de la poule A lors de la première journée du HSBC SVNS Singapour au National Stadium le 03 mai 2024 à Singapour. (Photo par Yong Teck Lim/Getty Images)

Avec un seul trophée pour les joueurs et joueuses des tournois féminin et masculin, cette récompense sera âprement disputée. Elle met en avant les nouveaux talents sur la grande scène.

Juana Stella – Espagne

Juana Stella, la nouvelle sensation espagnole, a grandi à Alicante et bien qu’elle n’ait pas souvent fait partie d’une équipe gagnante cette année, son énergie et sa confiance ont été remarquables. À seulement 17 ans, elle est déjà audacieuse ballon en main. La benjamine de l’équipe a aussi apporté sa bonne humeur en dehors du terrain, montrant qu’elle est un excellent ajout à l’équipe espagnole.

Carissa Norsten – Canada

Originaire de Waldheim, dans le Saskatchewan, Carissa Norsten a impressionné lors de sa première tournée mondiale. Non seulement elle possède des compétences exceptionnelles et une puissance en attaque, mais elle se distingue également dans les moments clés. L’entraîneur en chef du Canada, Jack Hanratty, affirme que Norsten « aime les grandes scènes » comme lors de sa médaille d’argent aux Jeux Panaméricains. Âgée de 20 ans, Norsten est également redoutable en défense et est destinée à jouer un rôle crucial dans la conquête de futurs titres pour le Canada.

Kaitlin Shave – Australie

Kaitlin Shave, la 68e joueuse à être capée pour le rugby à sept féminin australien, a débuté en force à Dubaï cette saison, remportant le trophée lors de sa première sortie. Ancienne sprinteuse multi-titrée et membre de l’équipe des Broncos en NRL Touch Premiership, Shave a trouvé sa place au rugby à sept. Gagnant en confiance et en expérience, elle s’est affirmée comme une joueuse redoutable cette saison.

Henry Palmer – Australie

Henry Palmer pourrait devenir un véritable blockbuster s’il continue à progresser. Sa vitesse exceptionnelle est une arme précieuse pour le rugby à sept. Une finition particulière lors de son tournoi à domicile à Perth a été digne des meilleures vidéos de la saison. Palmer incarne parfaitement la devise « la vitesse tue ». S’il continue d’apprendre et de s’améliorer, il deviendra une véritable force pour les hommes en vert et or dans les années à venir.

Quewin Nortje – Afrique du Sud

Quewin Nortje a commencé sa carrière dans le HSBC SVNS de la meilleure des manières en remportant le titre à Dubaï avec les Blitzboks. Il a été accueilli chaleureusement par ses coéquipiers et a appris de certains des meilleurs joueurs. Sa vitesse incroyable et sa volonté d’apprendre l’ont placé parmi les meilleurs débutants de cette saison, et il semble promis à un brillant avenir.

Antoine Dupont – France

À 27 ans, Antoine Dupont est l’un des plus âgés à être nommé pour le titre de Révélation de l’Année. Déjà très décoré, il a fait ses débuts à Vancouver cette année et son impact a été immédiat. Dupont a aidé son équipe à remporter son premier titre en 19 ans, en s’illustrant des deux côtés du ballon, en défendant et en marquant. Bien qu’il soit un débutant en termes de statistiques, il a démontré une maîtrise immédiate du rugby à sept.

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Mzilikazi 1 hours ago
Is Ireland versus South Africa a battle for the title of ‘world champions’?

Very good article, Nic, and I find agreement with what you write virtually 100%. I think this two mach series has increasingly become one which will be very difficult for Ireland to win. After the first game of the last 6N, I would have been very full of confidence taking on the Boks in SA. France beaten by a big margin in France, it looked as if Ireland had emerged in fine form from the World Cup, despite the very narrow loss to the AB’s. But after that game, a slide began, ending with the defeat to England. Ireland were very fortunate to win this years 6N ! And as you so fully expose, this has not been a good season for Leinster, or indeed, in my view, for any Irish province. The Leinster loos to the Bulls, and then Munster letting a glorious chance slip to the Glasgow Warriors down at Thomond. Man, that one will really hurt. And both Connacht and Ulster have at times looked very poor this seaso, bith heavily beaten on occassion. The loss of both Gibson Park and Keenan are huge blows, especially Gibson Park. And there is really only one clear class 10 in the touring party, Jack Crowley, and he is still a very young player learning his trade. If he goes down, heaven help Ireland. And in my view, Ireland do not have a good scrummaging front row, SA do, and in great depth too. But despite all this doom and gloom, I always believe my team can win. Not that they will win, just can ! Ireland will still field what is the best and most talented team overall that I have seen in my lifetime. But the coaching group will really have to step up, no awful decisions like the one made against the AB’s in the QF….keeping the totally spent and poorly performing(on the day) Sexton on for the full 80mins, leaving Crowley on the sidelines. Ireland should never have lost that game !

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Shaylen 4 hours ago
Is Ireland versus South Africa a battle for the title of ‘world champions’?

Ireland have all the tools required to hurt SA. They develop quick ball, hold onto the ball for long periods, stretch the game when its on, have powerful mobile forwards, a good kicking game and they can hold their own in the scrum. They also can force turnovers regularly and in general do well at the breakdown. When Munster, the Ospreys and Glasgow all won games in SA this year against the Bulls and Stormers they did just that and won. It is also the reason why Ireland won the game at the world cup last year. The problem for Ireland is that SA have all the tools required to hurt them as well and hurt them a great deal more than England did in the Six Nations. They are physical and powerful at the set piece, they rush up and counter the Irish attacking system and they can really attack the breakdown and slow your ball down. Their counterattacking threat is also a big weapon and they score many tries from turnover turning defence into offence in a second. Toulouse and the Bulls nailed Leinster in this way and Glasgow did the same thing to Munster. So the series will be really interesting because both sides are so good at countering each other. Interested to see what kind of surprises Tony Brown springs and how the SA game develops. Feel like SA have more potential to surprise Ireland but then a new coaching set up as well as the fact that Japanese and foreign based players tend to take about 5 to 6 weeks to get up to speed might work in Irelands favour. SA have shipped at least one game in 4 of the last 5 June/July test windows going back to 2018 for this exact reason.

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Flankly 6 hours ago
'Let them keep talking' - Mike Catt claps back over Bok remarks

The comments were reported weirdly. De Allende did say it would be war, but he said it amidst comments like “Ireland play such good footy”, and “they are so good at the breakdown”. He said that the Boks lost heavily to Ireland a few years back and that they felt the Irish press was dismissive of the Boks. I don’t recall that, but I suppose it is true, and that SA players would want to turn around that sentiment. The RWC loss to Ireland would naturally pour fuel on the fire. In short, it is a natural thing for passionate players like him to feel very strongly about the goal of registering a convincing series win against Ireland. There is really nothing to see here. As an aside, the SA team shouldn’t be too self-righteous about this kind of a situation. Recall that in 2004, after SA won the Ireland series in SA, Jake White noted that no more than two Irish players were good enough for selection in his Bok side. "Considering the facts, I think only two of their players would be included in the Bok team - O'Driscoll (centre) and maybe one of the locks. How could we have lost against the Irish?" O’Driscoll disagreed and said that it was close, and Ireland were just tired. My Irish friends were pretty incensed by the comments, quite rightly. And I am sure it was part of the energy that drove them to some famous wins against the Boks. The Etzebeth thing was a little different. I think he was just not hearing what was being said. It is not that unusual for someone to say “We will see you in the final”. Of course it is a statement of confidence, which every team should have, but it is also a compliment. I think there was a cultural fly-by, in which a “see you soon” comment was taken to mean “we will beat you again”. But it was a good story, and a convenient clickbaity headline. I don’t think anyone is intentionally trying to rile up anything. But if you interview a Bok player and prod them about their passion wrt the Ireland tour, you are likely to hear some pretty heartfelt words. And so you should.

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