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European Cup Krasny Yar 14 and73 Edinburgh

Edinburgh Krasny Yar in Moscow:

Edinburgh traveled to triumph with 10 tries against Krasny Yar in Moscow and recorded progressive Challenge Cup wins.

Blair Kinghorn, Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Lewis Carmichael and Neil Cochrane all went over before the break to secure a reward point.

Substitute prop Murray McCallum included two more scores previously a punishment attempt was granted and Kinghorn, Fraser McKenzie and Stuart McInally crossed.

Evgenii Kolomiitcev and Andrei Kondakov got Krasny’s second-half tries.

With commander Magnus Bradbury serving a club boycott and kindred flanker John Hardie serving a Scottish Rugby-forced suspension, Carmichael, Luke Crosbie and Cornell Du Preez made up the back column, while hooker Cochrane skippered the side.

Krasny Yar had caused Edinburgh:

Krasny Yar had caused an astonishment in a weekend ago’s first round of Pool 4 installations with triumph over holders Stade Francais in Siberia.

In any case, the match with Edinburgh  moved to the Russian capital on account of fears about the solidifying climate.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh, having won away with five tries against London Irish last time out, were in front ahead of schedule

with full-back Kinghorn going over and Jason Tovey changing over.

Tovey likewise included the additional items after half-back accomplice Hidalgo-Clyne and Carmichael had

crossed.

In any case, fly-half Tovey went off harmed to be supplanted by Nathan Fowles and Hidalgo-Clyne moved to 10

and added the change to Cochrane’s attempt and a punishment while Krasny were a man down.

Vas Artemyev had been sin-binned and, when back to a full supplement, Krasny fell further behind. Darryl Marfo  elevated to the beginning line-up after Allan Dell’s late withdrawal and Marfo’s supplanting McCallum

ran over twice with Hidalgo-Clyne changing over both.

The Russian side yielded a punishment attempt subsequent to crumbling a batter yet substitute Kolomiitcev

crossed and Lasha Malaguradze changed over to diminish their unfulfilled obligations.

Kinghorn and substitutions McKenzie and McInally included scores with Kinghorn changing over every one of

the three having moved to fly-half after Glenn Bryce had gone ahead for Hidalgo-Clyne.

Krasny’s Vladimir Chaban  sin-binned before McInally’s:

Krasny’s Vladimir Chaban  sin-binned before McInally’s attempt and missed the last couple of minutes. Nonetheless, sub Andrei Kondakov went over for their second attempt and Malaguradze again changed over.

Krasny Yar: Artemyev; Iagudin, Galinovskiy, Malaguradze, Chaban; Apikotoa, Dorofeev; Fukofuka, Bregvadze, Bitiev, Mahu, Garbuzov, Gresev, Arhip, Ilin.

Substitutions: Kondakov, Tsnobiladze, Tsiklauri, Zykov, Khudiakov, Riabov, Kolomiitcev, Golosnitskii.

Edinburgh: Kinghorn, Hoyland Johnstone, Rasolea, Brown, Tovey, Hidalgo-Clyne; Marfo, N Cochrane, Nel, Bresler, Gilchrist, Carmichael, Crosbie, Du Preez.

Substitutions: McInally, McCallum, Berghan, McKenzie, Mata, Fowles, Dean, Bryce.

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Edinburgh traveled to triumph with 10 tries against Krasny Yar in Moscow and recorded progressive Challenge Cup wins.
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