On the seventh date of the Super Uru de Clubes, Carrasco Polo demonstrated his authority against Los Cuervos by 33 to 15 at the Charrúa Stadium. The current Uruguayan rugby champion displayed all his game and showed that he is one of the candidates for the title.
From the opening whistle, the local was very effective in the 22 rivals. They struck first with a try at the minute of the match by Santiago Gibernau and put Los Cuervos uphill from early. Despite that, the visit was persistent to seek points and came through the foot of Sebastián Janssen, but his complications were in extreme defense. Of the three opportunities that Carrasco Polo had near the opposite ingoal, he knew how to take advantage of the three, a sample of high effectiveness. Both teams proposed a deployed game although the visit found spaces for channel one and two, near the meeting points.
For the second forty minutes the venue maintained its high efficiency in the red zone and that helped him to always be ahead of the Los Cuervos team. The visit for a moment showed glimmers of hope with a try, but that light was quickly turned off. In this way, Carrasco Polo maintains his good performance in the Super Uru de Clubes.
CARRASCO POLO (33): 18. Agustín Pérez 2. Santiago Revilla 31. Reinaldo Piussi 19. Rodrigo Lamé 4. Lucas Piriz 24. Manuel Castro 6. Gonzalo Sotto 8. Santiago Hernández © 20. Alejo Piazza 10. Jeronimo Etcheverry 14. Santiago Gibernau 27. Patricio Inciarte 22. Joaquín Freitas 35. Tomás Bameule 15. Federico Berchesi.
CHANGES: ST 6 ‘Santiago Inciarte by Manuel Castro, 10’ Felipe Delgado by Jeronimo Etcheverry, 15 ‘Carlos Angulo by Agustín Pérez and Martín Ibarra by Rodrigo Lamé, 18’ Santiago Álvarez by Alejo Piazza, 25 ‘Ignacio Losso and Daniel Gutiérrez by Santiago Revilla and Reinaldo Piussi, 30 ‘Alejo Parra by Patricio Inciarte.
COACH: Juan Miguel Álvarez
THE CROWS (15): 17. Joaquín Jaunsolo 2. Agustín Conserva 3. Francisco Berruti 4. Federico De Los Santos 5. Juan Cruz Codesal 6. Lucas Bianchi 7. Federico Dibueno 8. Martín Darracq 9. Juan Manuel Passadore 10. Martín Secco 11. Sebastián Janssen 12 Juan Martín Nieto © 13. Rodrigo Quintana 23. Juan Manuel Pandolei 15. Martín Pieroni.
CHANGES: ST 1 ‘Germán Kirgel by Agustín Conserva, 14’ Lucas Alvez by Francisco Berruti, 16 ‘Ignacio Pereira by Federico De Los Santos and Diego Galcerán by Juan Manuel, 23’ Carlos Kigel by Joaquín Jaunsolo, 25 ‘, 28’ Joaquín Freyer and Juan Martín Rippe by Federico Dibueno and Sebastián Janssen
COACH: Alfredo Giuria
FIRST TIME POINTS: 1 ‘try by Santiago Gibernau and conversion by Jeronimo Etcheverry (CP), 5’ penalty by Sebastián Janssen (LC), 7 ‘try by Manuel Castro and conversion by Jeronimo Etcheverry (CP), 19’ try by Martín Secco and conversion by Sebastián Janssen (LC), 21 ‘try by Tomás Bameule and conversion by Jeronimo Etcheverry (CP).
POINTS SECOND TIME: 9 ‘try by Santiago Hernández and conversion by Jeronimo Etcheverry (CP), 18’ try by Federico Dibueno (LC), 28 ‘Try Daniel Gutiérrez (CP).
BANNS: 39 ‘yellow Tomás Bameule (CP).
BASKETBALL COURT: Charrúa Stadium.
REFEREE: Matías Esteban.