Wales had a good time on Monday by humiliating Namibia 81-7 in a match of Group D which enables the Red Devils to a foot and a half in the quarterfinals. Remains to be confirmed next weekend against Fiji who are nomathematically eliminated. In this group of death, are leading the Springboks (14 pts) to Wales (10) and Samoa (10).The British victory was not long to emerge. Before 14,710 spectators at the Stadium in New Plymouth Taranaki, Welsh opened the scoring on a penalty Jones Stephens following a melee closed for lack of Namibia (3-0, 2nd). They registered their first attempt at the 8th minute through the center Scott Williams (first start), which flattened corner after a beautiful movement of three quarters including Leigh Halfpenny. Transformed Jones (10-0, 9). Brew winger doubled the lead minutes later, defense African again being too lax: the swelling score (15-0, 15th). Then the powerful Faletau marked in turn under the posts (22-0 after the conversion). Namibia was submerged, unable to accelerate or to stem the waves Welsh.
Scott Williams, the revelationEarly in the second period, Scott Williams scored the try bonus after good work of the front of the Principality that recovering the ball after a touch precious. Transformed Jones (29-0, 47th). In the process, the pillar added another after a charge of thirty feet in the heart of the opposing defense (36-0). After the draft of the end of the first period, "substitute" Welsh found their ease to outflank the Blues pale. Namibians who saved the honor with a test against the second line Heinz Koll (36-7, 54th). Wales, however, continued its march forward in the North there was overpowered George's test (43-7) before that of , superb test of 80 m with rear Welsh feast (50-7, 63).
North then doubled the lead to get the score to 55-7 after a pass from freestyle. Priestland, who had replaced Jones, transformed (67th). Scott Williams scored his fourth attempt then to give staff the scale on the scoreboard. Before Lloyd Williams did score, in turn, followed by Byrne and Alum Wyn Jones (81-7, final score). Wales must win their last match against Fiji on Oct. 2 in Hamilton to expect to qualify for the quarterfinals. But even a defeat might be enough too large if the logic is respected in South Africa / Samoa. It smells very good for the Reds.