Alumni edged BACRC 26-10 and remains undefeated in URBA Top 12

Alumni edged BACRC 26-10 and remains undefeated in URBA Top 12

Alumni defeated, as a visitor, to Buenos Aires 21-10 and achieved their fourth consecutive victory in the URBA Top 12. After a first half that was adverse, he managed to demonstrate his great collective game in the complement, with Tobías Wade as standard-bearer, and thus he placed third, one point behind the leaders SIC and CUBA.

BACRC started the game wanting to be the protagonist. Forced Alumni to defend themselves in much of the first stage and, the great defense that he had already shown against CUBA, caused a large part of errors and penalties by the visitors. At 10 minutes and after a great play from the backs, an infraction and the subsequent penalty try opened the scoring in favor of the homeowner.

In the plugin those from Tortuguitas corrected the large number of mistakes made and they grew up in the collective game. At 3 minutes the opening Tobias Wade reached the try, to also convert and start the comeback. Little by little it continued to grow and they reached a new conquest, this time from Tomás Cubilla.

Alumni clearly improved the defense and this allowed him a peace of mind to continue risking with his backs. At 14 minutes Agustín Peirano converted a penalty to try to get the León into a match, but the great visiting defense did not allow it. And just 13 minutes from the end, the figure Tobias Wade, returned to the try and convert to put the final figures.


BUENOS AIRES (10): 1- Facundo Cambiasso, 2- Tomas Rosasco, 3- Blas Coria; 4- Julian Pomerantz, 5- Franco Baldoni; 6- Tomás Forner, 7- Bautista Picca, 8- Jordi Dieguez; 9- Joaquin Pellandini, 10- Federico Lamensa; 11- Tomas Acosta Pimentel; 12- Agustin Lamensa, 13- Ramiro Costa; 14- Alfonso Latorre; 15- Agustin Peirano ©.

Changes: ST: 10 ‘Jaime Mc Grech for Tomás Forner, 14’ Tomás Bayon for Julian Pomerantz, 23 ‘Iñaki Iguiñiz for Franco Baldoni, 25’ Enzo Materazzi for Tomás Rosasco, 25 ‘Tomás Ruiz for Facundo Cambiasso, 30’ Alejo Novo for Federico Lamensa.

Trainers: Gonzalo Camacho and Nicolas De Gregori.

ALUMNI (26): 1- Máximo Castrillo, 2- Juan Garri, 3- Ezequiel Oliva; 4- Tiziano Corvo Dolcet, 5- Santiago Alduncin; 6- Ignacio Milou, 7- Mariano Romanini, 8- Ignacio Etchegoyen; 9- Tomás Passerotti, 10- Tobías Wade; 11- Alejo Gonzáles Chávez; 12- Franco Battezzati ©, 13- Tomás Corneille; 14- Second Gaviña; 15- Maximum Provenzano.

Changes: ET – Juan Patricio Anderson by Santiago Alduncin, Santiago Vassolo by Máximo Provenzano. ST: 18 ‘Tomás Maria Bivort by Juan Garri, 28’ Santiago Ambroa by Tiziano Corvo Dolcet, 28 ‘Tomás Cubilla by Tomás Passerotti, 31’ Gonzalo Ambroa by Franco Battezzati, 31 ‘Sebastian Sosa by Ezequiel Oliva, 35’ Emiliano Almada by Ignacio Milou.

Trainers: Santiago Van der Ghote, Nahuel Neyra and Rodrigo Jimenez Salice.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 10 ‘penalty try (BA), 21’ try by Franco Battezzati (A).

Partial result: 7-5

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 3 ‘try by Tobias Wade converted by himself (A), 10’ try by Tomás Cubilla converted by Tobías Wade (A), 14 ‘penalty by Agustín Peirano (BA), 26’ try by Tobias Wade converted by himself (A ).

Final score: 10-26.

Admonished: PT: 10 ‘Tomás Corneille (A), 35’ Tomás Rosasco (B), 39 ‘Mariano Romanini (A).

REFEREE: Simón Larrubia.


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