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Connacht win away at Zebre in Italy


Connacht started with a victory

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Article Published: Saturday 13 October 2012


Connacht kicked off their Heineken Cup campaign with an away 10-19 victory over Zebre at Stadio XXV Aprile in Northern Italy.

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Final Score Zebre 10 (3) Connacht 19 (9)

Scorers

Zebre
Tries: Ferrarini
Penalties: Halangahu
Conversions: Halangahu

Connacht
Tries: Muldoon
Penalties: Parks 4
Conversions: Parks

Teams

Zebre: D Halangahu; G Venditti, M Pratichetti, G Garcia, S Sinoti; L Orquera, T Tebaldi; S Perugini, D Giazzon, L Redolfini; Q Geldenhuys, J Sole; N Belardo, M Bergamaso, D van Schalkwyk

Replacements: C Festuccia, M Aguero, C Fazzari, M Van Vuuren, F Ferrarini, L Martinelli, R Trevisan, L Sarto.

Connacht: R Henshaw; T O'Halloran, E Griffin, D McSharry, F Vainikolo; D Parks, K Marmion; D Buckley, E Reynecke, N White; M Swift, M McCarthy; J Muldoon, W Faloon, G Naoupu

Replacements: A Flavin, R Ah You, R Loughney, D Gannon, J O'Connor, D Moore, M Nikora, M Fifita.

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