Pumas and Stormers wins in Super Rugby Unlocked


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Pumas and Stormers wins in Super Rugby Unlocked

For the second date of the South African tournament, very close matches were played on Saturday. In the first turn, Pumas beat Griquas by 27-21. For his part, Stormers beat the Lions 23-17. On Friday, the Cheetahs emerged victorious against the Bulls by a tight 19-17 and added their second victory in the competition.

STORMERS 23-17 LIONS (Saturday)
Stormers suffered until the end against the Lions but was able to celebrate by a tight 23 to 17. The Cape Town team featured tries from Rikus Pretorius and Daniel Du Plessis. In turn, Damian Willemse’s effectiveness was key with his two conversions and three penalties. The debuting team in the tournament, which fought at all costs, counted on the tries of Maxvane and the always-performing Elton Jantjies, who also added two conversions and a penalty.

GRIQUAS 21-27 PUMAS (Saturday)
Pumas became strong to beat Griquas 27 to 21. Those from Nelspruit were successful thanks to tries by Ginter Smuts, Darrien-Lane Landsberg and Devon Williams. Added to the 3 conversions and the two penalties for Eddie Fouche. On the Griquas side, they came to rival Victor Sekekete and Adre Smith. For his part, George Whitehead contributed a conversion and two penalties.

CHEETAHS 19-17 BULLS (Friday)
Cheetahs had started the game negatively, as a result of the injury of its captain Ruan Pienaar, who had to leave the field at 15 ‘due to a blow to the knee. However, he was able to recover and immediately scored the only try of the first half: after a good maneuver by Malcolm Jaer, it was the explosive Bulls exwing, Rosko Specman, who ended up supporting the rival ingoal. Later, a penalty shootout between Schoeman and Steyn, until about the end of the match, the try that was going to put definitive figures on the scorer was going to be Joe van Zyl’s.

CHEETAHS 19-17 BULLS (Friday)
Cheetahs had started the game negatively, as a result of the injury of its captain Ruan Pienaar, who had to leave the field at 15 ‘due to a blow to the knee. However, he was able to recover and immediately scored the only try of the first half: after a good maneuver by Malcolm Jaer, it was the explosive Bulls exwing, Rosko Specman, who ended up supporting the rival ingoal. Later, a penalty shootout between Schoeman and Steyn, until about the end of the match, the try that was going to put definitive figures on the scorer was going to be Joe van Zyl’s.


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