URBA Top 12: SIC beat San Luis 36-29

URBA Top 12: SIC beat San Luis 36-29

SIC achieved a tight victory against San Luis with a 36-29 result that leaves Boulogne’s with five consecutive games won in the same number of games in this URBA Top 12.

The scoring opened at 3 ‘with a penalty in favor of the defending champion, who played home, converted by his opening Joaquín Lamas. Shortly after, those from La Plata at 11 ‘added 7 points with a converted try from Segundo Blanco Fresco.

Between celebrations of the local fans, the first half of the SIC continued with good ball handling. Already at 21 ‘another penalty by Lamas, followed by a converted try made by the second row Federico Haedo at 35’, plus another by Mateo Madero at 40 ‘, they left the SIC 25-14 up, at the same time that San Luis, after Teo Ferrari’s try converted by Felipe Hernández at 35, he managed to discount.

Entering the second half, the SIC obtained two penalties with success from Joaquín Lamas along with the try of captain Tomás Meyrelles, leaving the game with the biggest difference of the afternoon: 33-17 in favor of the local.

When everything seemed to be the wind for Boulogne’s team, the eighth Santiago Canal de San Luis made a great try that brought the visitor closer in the result. But eight minutes after the end of the game, another penalty converted for the SIC, through Lamas, did not give respite to the team from La Plata who, after a great performance, managed to discount with a converted try by Ignacio Casteglione at the end of the match.


SIC (36): 1- Marcos Piccinini, 2- Andrea Panzarini, 3- Gonzalo Hughes, 4- Federico Haedo, 5- Lucas Sommer, 6- Marcos Borghi 7- Tomás Comissati, 8- Tomás Meyrelles (C), 9- Juan Soares Gache, 10 – Joaquín Lamas, 11- Mateo Madero, 12- Facundo Fernández Madero, 13- Justo Piccardo, 14- Jacinto Campbell, 15- Facundo Giorgiutti.

Changes: ST: 7 ‘Segundo Aguilar by Gonzalo Hughes, 28’ Juan Francisco Pachano by Marcos Piccinini and 32 ‘Alejo Daireaux by Tomás Comissati.

Trainers: Santiago González Bonorino, Lucas Cilley and Eduardo Victorica.

SAINT LUIS (29): 1- Alan Oubiña (C), 2- Exequiel Martínez, 3- Rodrigo Oubiña, 4- Pedro Acerbo, 5- Marco Morimano, 6- Franco Gnecco, 7- Nahuel Curti, 8- Santiago Canal, 9- Luka Gullo, 10 – Second White Fresh, 11- Facundo Cúccolo, 12- Teo Ferrari, 13- Gonzalo Molina Ferrer, 14- Eduardo Ruesta, 15- Felipe Hernández.

Changes: ST: 12 ‘Ignacio Casteglione by Luka Gullo, 14’ Felipe Piatti by Marco Morimano, 16 ‘Mateo Calistro by Exequiel Martínez, 18’ Bautista Magliano by Segundo Blanco Fresco, 24 ‘Carlos Layun by Nahuel Curti and 34’ Franco Cantalupo by Franco Gnecco.

Trainers: Luciano Lazzarini, Andrés Albina and Hernán Nieto.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 8 ‘and 21’ Penalty by Joaquín Lamas (S), 11 ‘Try by Segundo Blanco Fresco converted by Felipe Hernández (SL), 14’ Try by Andrea Panzarini converted by Joaquín Lamas (S), 25 ‘Try by Federico Haedo converted by Joaquín Lamas (S), 36 ‘Try by Teo Ferrari converted by Felipe Hernández (SL) and 40’ Try by Mateo Madero (S).

Partial result: SIC 25 – San Luis 14

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 3 ‘Penalty by Felipe Hernández (SL), 7’ Try by Tomás Meyrelles (S), 17 ‘and 32’ Penalty by Joaquín Lamas (S), 28 ‘Try by Santiago Canal and 40’ Try by Ignacio Casteglione converted by Felipe Hernández (SL).

Final score: SIC 36 – San Luis 29

Admonished: PT: 20 ‘Eduardo Ruesta (SL)

REFEREE: Pablo Deluca


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