Bulls overtook Lions and leads in Super Rugby Unlocked


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Bulls overtook Lions and leads in Super Rugby Unlocked

This Saturday the fourth date of the Super Rugby Unlocked, South African tournament leading Bulls, who achieved a valuable victory against the powerful Lions de Jantjies, as a visitor.

On the other hand, it should be noted that the day had started on Friday with the narrow victory of Sharks on Cheetahs, and that the next day, Stormers if he was very strong before Griquas despite having played away from home and crowned a great performance with a win.

Cougars, meanwhile, had a free date.

LIONS 25-30 BULLS (Saturday)
A real great match, the one that was played at Ellis Park. It was blow for blow. On the home side, the tries were contributed by Burger Odendaal, Morne van den Berg and Wandisile Simelane, while the winning team’s side was provided by Joe van Zyl, Stedman Gans and Kurt-Lee Arendse. It was in the second half when the visitors began to take off comfortably on the scoreboard. When the game was over, and the Lions had a penalty in favor several meters from the opposite ingoal, he opted to add three points and thus secure the defensive bonus point.

GRIQUAS 6-39 STORMERS (Saturday)
Stormers dominated the game’s actions from start to finish. At 8 minutes, he would open the marker through Van Rhyn’s try. The response from the locals did not take too long to arrive: 4 minutes later, the opening Tinus de Beer would contribute 3 points as a result of a penalty to the posts, the same as he would do a little while later. But that was it for the host team. From that moment on, Stormers began to completely take over the process of the game. The other conquests were made by Fouche, Davids (in duplicate), Du Plessis and Willemse.

SHARKS 19-13 CHEETAHS (Friday)
Both teams did everything possible during the first minutes to damage the rival, but without success. The scoring would only open in the 34th minute, thanks to a penalty from Curwin Bosch, who added to another, was going to leave Sharks 6-0 up at half-time. The first try of the match went to Cheetahs, 9 ‘from the complement and through Schoeman. With the already adverse result, the locals added 3 again, and in the 72nd minute a key conquest would come: an attacking scrum led to an intelligent movement on the baseline that put William Small-Smith in the ingoal by Cheetahs.


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