Rugby World Cup Japan's Ireland will practice practice on September 24, 19:18

In the Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament, Ireland, which Japan will play in the 2nd round of the first league on the 28th of this month, has released its practice in Iwata City, Shizuoka Prefecture.

One corner of the winning candidate, Ireland, won the first game on the 22nd, 27-3 against Scotland, and moved to Shizuoka Prefecture, where the game against Japan will take place on the 23rd.

Ireland resumed training for the Japanese game from the 24th, and the afternoon weight training held at the training facility in Iwata City was released to the press.

Jonathan Sexton, the main member of the team and the stand-off, changed during the first half of the game against Scotland. It is an appointment from the day.

Captain Rory Best, 2m 3cm tall rock who decided the first try in the first round, James Ryan and others trained with dumbbells in a relaxed atmosphere.

After training, Prop Dave Kilcoin, who responded to the interview, said, “I think Japan is a very good team. It was a team that quickly turns the ball and attacked. I want to keep pace with the tempo. "