URBA M20: CUBA beat San Carlos 95-0


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URBA M20: CUBA beat San Carlos 95-0

For the second date of the URBA M20 tournament, CUBA defeated, as a visitor, Saint Charles by 95-0.

After more than a year and a half without official matches, the CUBA players once again set foot on the green grass. After the return of youth rugby last week, and not being able to play due to covid-19 cases in San Luis, the visitors were able to demonstrate a high level and a clear superiority over their rival.

The game started with San Carlos giving up the ball a lot, but showing a great defensive level. The visit began to grow with an excellent game from their backs, but with the forwards also getting involved in the movement of the ball. They knew how to hurt in the exact moments, reaching the rival ingoal 5 times, with the opening Lucio Aguiar placeholder image as a standard bearer, and hitting a lot due to errors when tackling his rivals. In this way they went 33-0 at halftime.

In the complement the difference grew exponentially. CUBA exploited every space it left and every mistake San Carlos made. I seek to play all the times he had the ball and he showed that he will be one of the hosts of this Zone B. In turn, the few times he had to defend within his 5-meter line, he showed great solidity and looking, whenever possible, gain meters with offensive tackles.

SYNTHESIS

SAN CARLOS (0): 1- Álvaro Simonetti, 2- Cipriano Denegri, 3- Tomás Rodriguez Lemina; 4- Tomás Saenz de Zumaran, 5- Ramiro Nemesio; 6-Agustin Benitez, 7- Santino Drago, 8- Facundo Barredo; 9- Ignacio Pyznar, 10- Bernardo Pisano; 11- Thomas Niklison; 12- Ignacio Viale ©, 13- Juan Chevalier; 14- Santiago Zalazar; 15- Mateo Monmany.

CUBA (95): 1- Emilio Perez Maraviglia, 2- Tomas Anderlic, 3- Santiago Palacios; 4- Santiago Lalanne, 5- Nicolás Rossi; 6- Francisco Piombo, 7- Francisco Sied, 8- Lucas Campion ©; 9- Santos Benedit, 10- Lucio Aguiar; 11- Pedro Castro Nevares; 12- Felipe Perdomo, 13- Agustin Maguire; 14- Bautista Viale; 15- Juan Ignacio Albani.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 7 ‘try by Pedro Castro Nevares and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 23’ try by Felipe Perdomo and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 26 ‘try by Lucio Aguiar converted by himself (C), 32’ try by Francisco Sied and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 37 ‘by try Agustin Maguire (C).

Partial result: 0-33.

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 1 ‘try by Juan Ignacio Albani and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 9’ try by Santos Benedit and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 11 ‘try by Emilio Pérez Maraviglia (C), 21’ try by Pedro Castro Nevares and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 25 ‘try by Bautista Viale and conversion by Lucio Aguiar (C), 32’ try by Jaime Peña Kockar (C), 35 ‘try by Joaquín Cafferata and conversion by Fermín Taboada (C), 36 ‘try by Felipe Perdomo and conversion by Fermín Taboada (C), 38’ try by Lucas Campion (C), 40 ‘try by Pedro Mesones and conversion by Fermín Taboada (C).

Final score: 0-95.

Referee: Simón Larrubia.

Basketball court: Saint Charles


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