URBA Top 12: Hindú stomped home and took a resounding victory against Pucará


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URBA Top 12: Hindú stomped home and took a resounding victory against Pucará

Hindu became strong in local condition and defeated Pucara by 46-12, by the eighth date of URBA Top 12.

Don Torcuato’s team received at home the Burzaco team that had been beaten from losing against Belgrano and wanted to reverse that result, while the locals sought to repeat a new joy like last week against Alumni and thus earn a place to contest the definition of the championship.

From the start of the meeting Hindu was the protagonist, and barely seven minutes later his first conquest came from the hand of the center Joaquin De La Vega Mendía who had a very good performance as well as his opening and captain, Santiago Fernandez, who was very accurate with his foot, after the conversion would add another three more penalty points. Pucara Before this he tried to restart his classic game of submitting with the forwards and deploying with the backs, but the elephant took the ball and in the middle of the first half he returned to bill through De La Vega. With the opponent overwhelmed and without having added a point, a new try from the homeowners arrived, for his other center, Belisario Agulla, who with the effective conversion of the opening, the rest 24 to 0.

Once the complement started, seconds were enough for a new arrival at the ingoal of the visit, this time through the wing Nicolas D ‘Amorim. At each new half-court exit, Burzaco’s team tried to rearrange itself, but Hindu he returned to recover the ball through his classic suffocating defense; and thus deploy to penetrate and support another try, this time for his scrum-half, Lucas Pulido. Don Torcuato’s team tried not to give its rival a truce and they succeeded in much of the game. So much so that two minutes later he would again violate the defense of Pucara so that it is time to support for Lisandro Rodriguez, and then a new conversion of the captain.

In the last quarter of the game, the spirits were very heated and the warnings by the referee of the match were repeated. The 41 points in favor of the home team bothered Burzaco’s team, which was still at zero. His reaction was to take the initiative, the same as Hindu he gave in for a short period of time that he dedicated to making protests and claims. With a scrum in favor of Pucara in danger zone for those of Don Torcuato; Felipe Amado he got up, endured two collisions and made the first try of the visit on the flag. Coming out of the nullity gave some respite to those led by Gustavo Jorge and that hostile atmosphere allowed them to propose their game belatedly and thus score another try through fullback. Juan Delguy, and immediately afterwards the conversion of its opening, German Klubus. However, seven minutes from the end and with one man less for a yellow card to Joaquin De La Vega Mendía, Hindu closed the meeting with a new conquest, the first of the second line Juan Comolli so far in the tournament. The final result was 46 to 12.

SYNTHESIS

HINDU (46): 1. Juan Ignacio Martínez Sosa, 2. Agustín Capurro, 3. Nicolás Leiva, 4. Carlos Repetto, 5. Juan Comolli, 6. Nicolás D’Amorim, 7. Lautaro Bávaro, 8. Nicolás Amaya, 9. Lucas Pulido, 10. Santiago Fernández ©, 11. Federico Graglia, 12. Belisario Agulla, 13. Joaquín De La Vega Mendía, 14. Lisandro Rodríguez, 15. Martín Cancelliere.

Changes: ST 8 ‘Facundo Gattas for José Ignacio Martínez Sosa, Gonzalo Delguy for Carlos Repetto, Lucas Camacho for Lucas Pulido; 27 ‘Francisco Mateu by Belisario Agulla, Federico Lavanini by Lautaro Bávaro, Isaías Quiroga by Nicolás Leiva.

Coaches: Francisco Fernández Miranda, Hernán Senillosa and Juan Gauthier.

PUCARA (12): 1. Tulio Sosa (C), 2. Tomás Montes, 23. Tomás Kelly, 4. Mariano Rassetto, 18. Eliseo Fourcade, 6. Germán Fiocca, 7. Gregorio Pascual, 8. Leandro Urriza, 9. Germán Klubus, 10 Alejo Coppola, 11. Tomás Buckley, 12. Nicolás González Amorosino, 13. Joaquín Paz, 14. Joaquín Jorge, 15. Juan Delguy.

Changes: ST 14 ‘Emilio Camba for Tomás Kelly; 18 ‘Felipe Amado by Gregorio Pascual; 23 ‘Ignacio Cóppola for Eliseo Fourcade; 26 ‘Tomás Kelly for Emilio Camba; 35 ‘Gustavo Lespada for Leandro Urriza.

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

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 7 ‘try by Joaquín De La Vega Mendía converted by Santiago Fernández (H); 20 ‘penalty converted by Santiago Fernández (H); 22 ‘try by Joaquín De La Vega Mendía converted by Santiago Fernández (H); 31 ‘try by Belisario Agulla converted by Santiago Fernández (H). Partial result: Hindu 24-0 Pucará.

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 41 ‘Try Nicolás D’Amorim (H); 47 ‘try by Lucas Pulido (H); 49 ‘try by Lisandro Rodríguez converted by Santiago Fernández (H); 63 ‘try by Felipe Amado (P); 71 ‘try by Juan Delguy converted by Germán Klubus (P); 73 ‘try by Juan Comolli (H). Final result: Hindu 46-12 Pucará.

Admonished: ST 38 ‘Joaquín De La Vega Mendía (H).

REFEREE: Neuhén Jauri Rivero.

BASKETBALL COURT: Hindu.


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