Belgrano thrashed and closed the first stage of the URBA Top 12 in the best way

Belgrano thrashed and closed the first stage of the URBA Top 12 in the best way

For the last date of the first stage of the URBA Top 12, Belgrano defeated Buenos Aires as a visitor, for 45-23. The local came from losing in front of Regattas by 38-30, while the visit came after a hard defeat by 54-41 in front of ALMOST.

BACRC he started on the right foot. Two minutes into the match, the captain and scorer Agustin Peirano, opened the scoring with a penalty. However, Belgrano, with the passing of the minutes, began to flow in his game and explode to the line, where he found faults and spaces in the rival defense. With this superiority, he reached two tries through his two wings, Landau and I adrogated.

The homeowner could not react. He could not outperform his rival in almost any way, and this cost him two more tries. While the players of the Argentine national team, Francisco Gorrisen and Rodrigo Fernández Criado, who were returning after the Rugby Championship, were the flag of the forwards gaining meters every time they had the ball.

Plugin found Buenos Aires with another face. He began to grow, especially with his backs, who sought to move more to the defense and managed to break it three times, reaching the rival ingoal. But those of Virrey del Pino They weren’t going to make it easy either and they managed to react, showing why they finished fifth in the first round and are clear candidates to get among the best 4 and reach the semifinals.


BUENOS AIRES (25): 1- Facundo Cambiasso, 2- Tomás Rosasco, 3- Blas Coria; 4- Facundo Picca, 5- Franco Baldoni; 6- Julian Pomerantz, 7- Francisco Ibarra, 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 ©. .

Changes: PT: 25 ‘Camilo Ihan for Facundo Picca, 39’ Enzo Materazzi for Tomás Rosasco. ST: 6 ‘Joaquín Pellandini for Alejo Novo, 13’ Mariano Cederbaum for Blas Coria, 23 ‘Jordi Dieguez for Julian Pomerantz, 32’ Pedro Del Carril for Franco Baldoni.

Trainers: Nicolas De Gregori and Gonzalo Camacho.

BELGRANO (43): 1- Francisco Ferronato, 18- Ignacio Favre, 3- Facundo Feretti; 4- Adolfo Martínez, 5- Rodrigo Fernández Criado; 7- Augusto Vaccarino, 6- Joaquín Moro, 8- Francisco Gorrisen; 9- Ignacio Marino, 10- Tomás Rosati; 14- Felipe Adrogué; 12- Fermin Martínez, 13- Tomás Teglia; 20- Juan Lando; 15- Juan Rodríguez Herrera.

Changes: ST: 15 ‘Andres Bianco for Francisco Ferronato, 20’ Agustin Rocca for Augusto Vaccarino, 23 ‘Ramón Duggan for Adolfo Martínez, 25’ Theo Blaksley for Ignacio Marino, 25 ‘Valentin Chiodi for Ignacio Favre, 31’ Juan Brescia for Tomás Teglia .

Trainers: Guillermo Tramezzani, Francisco Gradin and Diego Gradin.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 2 ‘penalty Agustin Peirano (BA), 13’ try Juan Landó (B), 17 ‘try Felipe Adrogué (B), 22’ penalty Agustin Peirano (BA), 31 ‘try Ignacio Favre converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 36 ‘try Francisco Ferronato converted by Tomás Rosati (B).

Partial result: Buenos Aires 6-24 Belgrano.

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 5 ‘try Juan Landó converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 12’ try Facundo Cambiasso converted by Agustin Peirano (BA), 19 ‘try Facundo Ferreti (B), 23’ try Fermín Martínez converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 25 ‘ try Alfonso Latorre converted by Agustin Peirano (BA), 36 ‘try Joaquín Cantilo (BA).

Final score: Buenos Aires 25-43 Belgrano

Admonished: There was not.

REFEREE: Ignacio Cicareli.


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