SIC received Buenos Aires by ninth date of the URBA Top 12 tournament and remains the only leader of the contest. The local came from defeating by 13-8 to CUBA and accumulated seven victories in 8 games, while the visitor came from a painful 42-22 defeat in front of ALMOST.
Those of San Isidro they were superior from the first minute of play: they imposed their candidate badge and showed why they are one of the best teams of the moment. The backs were intractable and exploited every space left by the rival. A minute and a half into the game, they opened the scoring with an excellent play that allowed Carlos Piran, one of the figures, to support the ball in the rival ingoal.
The first 20 minutes were forceful. The locals took advantage of the superiority of the game and Buenos Aires he resisted the attacks as best he could. Alejandro Daireaux and Jacinto Campbell they returned to get new tries, taking advantage of the shortcomings of the visiting defense.
As the minutes passed, the combination of Victory he found himself more comfortable on the court. Their attack was nil, but they suffered further from their ingoal. However, in the last play of the first half, again the wing Jacinto Campbell broke the defense of Lion to close the first 40 minutes 26-0.
The complement was a little more even. SIC did not find as many spaces as in the first half and, based on claw, Buenos Aires He began to get ahead in the field, but without breaking the local defense.
Just at 22 minutes, the defending champion returned to get a new try, through Marcos Borghi and began to definitively direct the win.
The San Isidro Club he thrashed, flourished and remains the sole leader of the tournament. The next date will visit Alumni, in what promises to be one of the most compelling matches of date 10.
SIC (40): 3- Francisco Pachano, 2- Andrea Panzarini, 1- Marcos Gatica; 4- Federico Haedo, 5- Marcos Borghi; 6- Tomás Comissati, 7- Alejandro Deireaux, 8- Tomás Meyrelles (C); 9- Mateo Albanese, 10- Joaquín Lamas; 11- Mateo Medero; 12- Santos Rubio, 21- Carlos Pirán; 14- Jacinto Campbell; 15- Gastón Arias.
Changes: ST: 7 ‘Lucas Sommer by Federico Haedo, 11’ Lucas Rocha by Andrea Panzarini, 25 ‘Facundo Giorgiutti by Joaquín Lamas.
Trainers: Santiago González Bonorino, Eduardo Victorica and Lucas Cilley.
BUENOS AIRES (0): 1- Facundo Cambiasso, 2- Tomás Rosasco, 3- Iñaki Iñiguez; 4- Facundo Picca, 5- Camilo Ihan; 6- Francisco Ibarra, 7- Ignacio Almasqué, 8- Juan Segundo Campbell; 9- Alejo Novo, 10- Francisco Lamensa; 11- Joaquín Cantilo; 12- Agustin Lamensa, 13- Ramiro Costa; 14- Alfonso Latorre; 15- Agustin Peirano (C).
Changes: PT: 23 ‘Blas Coria by Joaquín Cantilo (temporary), 30’ Julián Pomerantz by Ignacio Almasqué. ST: 8 ‘Jordi Dieguez for Francisco Ibarra, 18’ Enzo Materazzi for Tomás Rosasco, 20 ‘Pedro Del Carril for Camilo Ihan, 22’ Blas Coria for Iñaki Iñiguez.
Trainers: Nicolás De Gregori and Gonzalo Camacho.
POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 2 ‘try by Carlos Pirán converted by Joaquín Lamas (S), 8’ try by Alejandro Daireaux converted by Joaquín Lamas (S), 13 ‘try by Jacinto Campbell (S), 40’ try by Jacinto Campbell converted by Joaquín Lamas (S ).
Partial result: SIC 26 – 0 BUENOS AIRES
POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 22 ‘try by Marcos Borghi converted by Joaquín Lamas (S), 25’ try by Mateo Medero converted by Joaquín Lamas (S).
Final score: SIC 40 – OR BUENOS AIRES
Admonished: PT: 22 ‘Facundo Cambiasso (B), 31’ Blas Coria (B). ST: 7 ‘Facundo Picca (B) and Alejandro Daireaux (S).
Basketball court: San Isidro Club.