Three innovations in Zebras Brawl Pack
Scrum package of Rugby Zebra Even thinks June 30, 2023 Left Pillar Talent Paolo Bonfiglio And the second line Renato Giammarioli e Bhutto Junior Levasa. All three forwards have in fact renewed their contract with the federal franchise for two more seasons.
Former captain of the U20 national team with whom he participated in the Six Nations Championship and the World Cup in 2014 and again in 2015, the No.1 grew from Prato to UR Prato-Sesto, then he received an invitation to join the national academy. Ivan Francescato ”, at that time he was stationed in Parma.
After its first appearance in Italian Serie A, comes the first team of the Italian League: between 2014 and 2019, the Tuscan team was one of the fixed points of the team of Muliano, the club with which he participated in 79 matches and scored two goals. During his experience in Veneto, Buonfiglio was repeatedly invited as an authorized player for Benetton Rugby, without making his Guinness PRO14 debut, and he was also called up by the coaching staff of Italia Emergenti, taking the 2017 Nations Cup stadium in Uruguay.
In the summer of 2019, his transfer came to Zebre Rugby, the team he made his Celtic League debut with on October 5, 2019 in the Lanfranchi game against Welsh Dragons. Eleven appearances with the federal franchise for Paolo still haunt his debut in the European Cup and with the senior national team. After a serious shrapnel injury that kept him in the pits for several months last year, Bonviglio has regained more continuity this season, competing for the No.1 shirt with Azzurri Lefotti, Vesquete and Rembele .
Remarks Paolo Bonfiglio: “It’s a rejuvenation that means a lot to me, I’m happy and proud to have felt a lot of self-confidence. Last season I was stopped for several months with a leg injury, so this year it was important to make the most of the opportunities I had, and it’s not easy given the high internal competition. of my league. I will try to restore confidence by finding more and more continuity in my game. I got married straight away to the Zebras art project, and I think this year we have achieved significant results and we are all united and consistent in the desire to give great satisfaction in the future Working with employees is both motivating and stimulating. “
Paolo’s classmate at the time of the National Academy Ivan Francescato is Renato Giammarioli, also 26 years old. Born in Marino in the province of Rome, he showed strongman No.8 with neighboring rugby club Città di Frascati, and thus made his Serie A debut with a host of young U20 promises.
During his academy experience, the young third series regained the blue color of the U-20 national team, having twice participated in the Six Nations World Championship and the World Championships in this category. , even making his Guinness Pro 14. and Challenge Cup debut with the Zebras as permission. Player.
During the 2015/2016 season, Giammarioli signed his transfer to Rugby Calvisano, becoming Italian champion in 2017.
From the summer of 2017, he continuously entered the locker room at the federal concession, which immediately noticed him in the offensive statistics of the championship.
Renato’s talent and athletic ability are also appreciated by former Italian coach Conor O’Shea who, on November 25, 2017, placed him in the most selected national team for the test match in Padua against the Springboks.
In general, there are 4 matches with the Azores put together by a Lazio player who, after being called to meetings to approach the 2021 Six Nations Championship, is working to confirm its value and regain the Italian jersey lost since August 2019 . ..
Remarks Renato Giammarioli: “I am happy to stay with Zebre and to have the opportunity to continue growing for two more seasons. I have come from a difficult year where I was not in good health, but now I feel very confident in my potential and I am comfortable on the pitch. It’s great to have the confidence of the coaches and my teammates: for me. It is a source of pride and an incentive to do well. Getting back to the blue jersey is a goal, but above all it will be a confirmation of my performance. For now, I remain focused on myself and my work at the club. “
Since arriving in Parma in January, Potu Junior Leavasa has taken the field in each of the ten challenges that featured Zebre Rugby in the three international competitions, the Guinness PRO14, the EPCR Challenge Cup and the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup.
Eight times on the pitch since the first minute, a flexible second / third streak in the second half of the season was actually one of the runners-up for Bradley’s side.
Born in Mututua, Samoa on January 10, 1996, Bhutto started rugby in New Zealand where he moved young with his family. His first clubs were Oakland Rugby and Hamilton Marist in the Waikato area.
In 2015, he moved to Melbourne, Australia, where he joined Rebels Academy, a Super Rugby Southern Hemisphere franchise.
After a break in the UK with Southend Saxon, Levasa returns to Australia where she sports the Warringah rugby jersey at Shute Shield, the best rugby tournament in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Already protagonist with the jersey of the Samoan national team U20, the strong striker was selected in 2018 and again in 2019 to form the selection team of the emerging islands participating in the World Rugby Pacific Challenge.
Between 2019 and 2020, young winger Austin Gilgrones led Major League Soccer as an assistant captain, while the following year he made his 10 Miter Cup debut, wearing the colors of New Zealand’s Manukau counties. Steelers until he joined the membership. Rugby Zebras.
Remarks Bhutto Junior Levasa (photo above): “I am happy to be able to extend my stay at Zebras. Integrating into the group was a challenge at first, but I see that there is a lot of talent in the team, as well as a lot of space to continue to grow together. It is also an important renewal because it gives me a great opportunity to develop my adaptation to rugby in the northern hemisphere.I am grateful to the staff, the players and all the people at Zebras who believed in me and supported me. helped find my place in the team. I can’t wait to get back to playing and ready to make a contribution to the boys! “