With the scrum as the main weapon, Belgrano beat San Luis

With the scrum as the main weapon, Belgrano beat San Luis

Belgrano became strong in La Cumbre and took a hard-fought victory against saint Louis by ninth date of the URBA Top 12 with a score of 35-16.

The meeting with a team of saint Louis determined to score points at every opportunity, something that in recent games he put aside in pursuit of continuing to shape his game. Belgrano for his part, he sought to do damage through the fixed formation that has been giving him the most revenue: the scrum.

With their respective defenses coming out on top in a game at times quite close, despair came into play and thus came the yellow card for Joaquin de la Serna. With one man too many saint Louis made use of his weapon, the line and maul, and thus they came to support the visiting ingoal through their captain, Alan Oubina.

Despite the improvement, Belgrano He recovered and, with one minute remaining in the first half, he submitted the home team with a scrum at five o’clock so that Ignacio Marino will end up taking a complicated ball from among the fowards and thus support the discount try. In this way, they went to rest 10 to 8 in favor of the locals.

The complement began more intensified, with both teams wanting to be protagonists. Those of Virrey del Pino They took the initiative midway through the second half and decided to focus solely on opening the ball to exhaust the side with their backs and submit with the scrum through their forwards. So they billed two penalty tries that catapulted him on the scoreboard. saint Louis Not only did he not know how to recover from these blows, but also two of his players went to the bench for ten minutes due to indiscipline in that period, Nahuel Curti and Alan Oubina respectively. With two more men, Belgrano sealed the match with a new maul try supported by Francisco Ferronato.


SAN LUIS (16): 1. Alan Oubiña © ️, 2. Mateo Calistro, 3. Exequiel Martínez, 4. Pedro Acerbo, 5. Santiago Wallace, 6. Nahuel Curti, 7. Franco Gnecco, 8. Santiago Canal, 9. Luka Gullo, 10. Bautista Magliano, 11. Facundo Cúcolo, 12. Second White Fresh, 13. Gonzalo Molina Ferrer, 14. Eduardo Ruesta, 15. Felipe Hernández

Changes: ST – 3 ‘Franco Fagre by Mateo Calistro; 27 ‘Isidro Martínez Campodónico by Eduardo Ruesta; 32 ‘Marco Morimano for Franco Gnecco; 39 ‘Alexis Giuliatti for Nahuel Curti.

Trainers: Luciano Lazzarini, Carlos Hernán Nieto and Andrés Albina.

BELGRANO (35): 1- Francisco Ferronato, 18- Ignacio Favre, 3- Facundo Ferreti, 4- Adolfo Martínez, 19- Ramón Duggan, 6- Joaquín de la Serna, 7- Augusto Vaccarino, 8- Agustín Rocca, 9- Ignacio Marino, 10- Tomás Rosati ©, 20- Juan Ignacio Lando, 12- Fermín Martínez, 13- Tomás Teglia, 14- Tobías Bernabé, 15-Juan Cruz Rodriguez.

Changes: ST – 13 ‘Felipe Adrogué by Tobías Bernabé; 14 ‘Leandro Magnares by Ramón Duggan; 20 ‘Andrés Bianco by Facundo Ferreti; 38 ‘Juan Brescia for Tomás Teglia; 40 ‘Valentín Chiodi by Ignacio Favre, Tobías Beato by Agustín Rocca.

Trainers: Guillermo Tramezzani, Diego Gradín, Luis Gradín and Francisco Gradín.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 2 ‘penalty converted by Felipe Hernández (SL); 6 ‘penalty converted by Tomás Rosati (BAC); 24 ‘Alan Oubiña try converted by Felipe Hernández (SL); 39 ‘try by Ignacio Marino (BAC).

Partial result: SAN LUIS 10–8 BELGRANO

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 3 ‘penalty converted by Tomás Rosati (BAC); 6 ‘penalty converted by Felipe Hernández (SL); 12 ‘penalty converted by Felipe Hernández (SL); 19 ‘penalty try for BAC; 23 ‘penalty converted by Tomás Rosati (BAC); 32 ‘penalty try for BAC; 40 ‘try by Francisco Ferronato converted by Tomás Rosati (BAC)

Final score: SAN LUIS 16–35 BELGRANO

Admonished: PT- 24 ‘Joaquín de la Serna (BAC). ST-10 ‘Agustín Roca (BAC); 31 ‘Nahuel Curti (SL); 32 ‘Alan Oubiña (SL)

REFEREE: Gonzalo de Achaval


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