Dominant Lionesses two games away from core status after Argentina win

Dominant Lionesses two games away from core status after Argentina win

The Lionesses are now just two games away from attaining core status on the World Rugby Sevens Series after defeating Argentina 24-7 in their quarterfinal fixture at the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series in Santiago, Chile on Sunday morning.

Grace Okulu in action at the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series in Santiago, Chile

The Lionesses are now just two games away from attaining core status on the World Rugby Sevens Series after defeating Argentina 24-7 in their quarterfinal fixture at the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series in Santiago, Chile on Sunday morning.

They took a 12-0 lead into the interval courtesy of tries from Christabel Lindo and Judith Auma with Grace Okulu adding a conversion.

A dominant second half saw the Lionesses add two more tries through Janet Okello and Lindo who managed her brace with Okulu managing a conversion before the Argentines grabbed a converted consolation try from Marta Reding.

They will play the winner of the Japan/Belgium quarterfinal at 5.58pm EAT on Sunday.

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