Pucará was forceful in his visit to Bella Vista and defeated Regatas

Pucará was forceful in his visit to Bella Vista and defeated Regatas

By the sixth date of the URBA Top 12, Pucará defeated Regatas in Bella Vista by 46 to 22 and took the bonus point.

On a pleasant afternoon, those from Burzaco had the luxury of having Felipe Del Mestre return in their initial formation, who obtained the bronze medal with the Pumas 7’s in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

As for the actions, Pucará opened the scoring at 5 ‘with a penalty of German Klubus and Regatas matched it in the same way thanks to Juan Otsubo. However, the first half was favorable for the visit who with an overwhelming rhythm scored twice in the rival ingoal from the hand of Germán Fiocca and Tulio Sosa to go to rest for 20 to 3.

In the second half the local tried to go for the discount, but found a break from Iñaki Delguy to stretch the difference to 27 to 3 for the visit. Then with a penalty converted by Juan Otsubo Regattas managed to discount and followed by the one entered from the bank Nahuel Saba he scored a try to get Bella Vista back into the game.

Then, those of Burzaco continued to demonstrate their game and scored hand in hand with Leandro Urriza and Joaquín Paz to start sealing victory. Already at the close of the match, he was sent off for a double yellow card Agustin Medrano. In addition, on the side of Regatas they scored in the visitor ingoal Francisco Pisani and Nahuel Saba on the closing of the meeting to decorate the score 46 to 25 in favor of Pucará.

With this defeat Regattas still unable to win in the URBA Top 12 and it only adds one point. While Pucará took the bonus point and his third consecutive victory.


RACES (25): 1. Diego Torres Agüero, 16. Pedro García Colinas, 17. Beltrán Landívar, 4. Juan Sourroille, 5. Tomás Sanguinetti, 6. Agustín Medrano, 7. Pedro Fragueiro, 8. Felipe Camerlinckx, 9. Marcos Joseph, 10. Juan Otsubo, 11. Francisco Pisani 12. Juan Corso, 24. Alejo Barrera, 14. Felipe Torreguitar, 15. Enrique Camerlinckx (C).

Changes: ST 9 ‘Nahuel Saba by Diego Torres Agüero; 35 ‘Gonzalo Deluca for Marcos Joseph.

Coach: Pablo Camerlinckx and Francisco Camerlinckx.

PUCARÁ (46): 1. Tulio Sosa (C), 2. Tomás Montes, 23. Tomás Kelly, 18. Eliseo Fourcade, 5. Ignacio Coppola, 6. Germán Fiocca, 16. Leonardo Segovia, 8. Leandro Urriza, 9. Germán Klubus, 10. Alejo Coppola, 11. Tomás Buckley, 12. Mariano Navarro, 13. Joaquín Paz, 14. Iñaki Delguy, 15. Felipe Del Mestre.

Changes: PT 25 ‘Mariano Resseto by Leonardo Segovia. ST 12 ‘Demian Alburquerque for Tomás Kelly; 15 ‘Juan Delguy for Iñaki Delguy; 19 ‘Santiago Jose Pardal for Eliseo Fourcade; 34 ‘Jeremias De Sarro for Tulio Sosa; 36 ‘Joaquín Jorge for Leandro Urriza.

Trainers: Gustavo Jorge, Conrado González Bravo and Nahuel Camargo.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 5 ‘Penalty converted by Germán Klubus (P); 11 ‘Penalty converted by Juan Otsubo (R); 16 ‘Try by Germán Fiocca converted by Germán Klubus (P); 28 ‘Penalty converted by Germán Klubus (P); 31 ‘Try by Tulio Sosa converted by Germán Klubus (P)

Partial result: REGATAS 3 – 20 PUCARÁ

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 10 ‘Try Iñaki Delguy converted by Germán Klubus (P); 13 ‘Penalty converted by Juan Otsubo (R); 18 ‘Try by Nahuel Saba converted by Juan Otsubo (R); 24 ‘Try Leandro Urriza (P); 28 ‘Try by Francisco Pisani (P); 30 ‘Try Leandro Urriza converted by Germán Klubus (P); 33 ‘Try by Joaquín Paz converted by Germán Klubus (P); 41 & # 39; Try by Nahuel Saba converted by Juan Otsubo (R).

Final score: REGATAS 25 – 46 PUCARÁ

WARNED: PT 31 ‘Agustín Medrano (R); ST 41 ‘Agustín Medrano (R); 34 ‘Santiago Jose Pardal (P).

Expulsions: 41 ‘Agustín Medrano (R) with a double yellow card.

REFEREE: Simon Larrubia

BASKETBALL COURT: Regattas Bella Vista

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