Newman was forceful and thrashed San Luis in La Cumbre

Newman was forceful and thrashed San Luis in La Cumbre

Newman visited St. Louis and shone. Those of Benavídez were left with a triumph for 47-10 and they closed the first round of the URBA Top 12 in a resounding way.

Started the first half, Newman He proposed very neat fixed formations so that quality balls reach their backs. His effectiveness was such that after only two minutes his first conquest arrived, supported and converted by Florencio Llerena. San Luis, just a few minutes later, was able to discount with a penalty of Felipe Hernandez in front of the posts. With the La Cumbre team, which without giving up the initiative tried but did not score, the visit recovered the ball. It was in this way that he got to make a second try by John Baptist Daireaux.

The Marista proposed but did not reach him, while the Cardenal’s backs were very precise and incisive in attack; and a minute after the first half of the match, a new try arrived, this time supported by the historic Agustin Gosio.

The second half was very similar to the start of the game and the visitor scored again in the first minute, through Mateo Montoya. With its formula of quality balls obtained through a very good line and very solid in scrum, those of Benavidez they were lethal. saint Louis He could only dedicate himself to defending a large part of the complement.

With the forwards doing a too neat job, and a media couple that knew how to distribute very well, Newman’s backs achieved three more conquests to seal the meeting through Juan Billote, Lucas Marguery and Justo Ortíz Basualdo respectively. The match ended in a hefty 47 to 10 for Newman, in front of a set of saint Louis that proposes date to date.


SAN LUIS (10): 1. Alan Oubiña ©, 2.Franco Cantalupo, 22.Exequiel Martínez, 4. Pedro Acerbo, 5. Santiago Wallace, 6. Felipe Piatti, 7. Franco Gnecco, 8. Santiago Canal, 9. Ignacio Castiglione, 10. Bautista Magliano, 11. Facundo Cúcolo, 12.Segundo Blanco Fresco, 13. Gonzalo Molina Ferrer, 14. Felipe Hernández, 15. Isidro Martínez Campodónico.

Changes: ST- 46 ‘Facundo Gibert by Gonzalo Molina Ferrer; 50 ‘Franco Fagre by Exequiel Martínez; 55 ‘Matías Pericinotto for Pedro Acerbo; 62 ‘Gastón Giménez for Franco Cantalupo, Luka Gullo for Ignacio Castiglione, 72’ Marco Morimano for Franco Gnecco.

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

NEWMAN (47): 1. Alberto Porolli, 2. Marcelo Brandi, 3. Luciano Borio, 4. Tomás Ureta, 5. Alejandro Urtubey, 6. Mateo Montoya, 7. Miguel Urtubey (C), 8. Beltrán Gurmendi, 9. Lucas Marguery, 10 Florencio Llerena, 11. Agustín Gosio, 12. Tomás Keena, 13. Juan Billote, 14. Francisco Montoya, 15. Juan Bautista Daireaux.

Changes: ST: 51 ‘Mariano Urtubey by Luciano Borio, Miguel Prince by Alberto Porolli; 62 ‘Justo Ortiz Basualdo by Francisco Montoya, Jerónimo Ureta by Miguel Urtubey; 66 ‘Rodrigo Pueyrredón for Marcelo Brandi; 72 ‘Mateo D’ Elia by Agustín Gosio.

Trainers: Alfredo Cordone, Marcelo Torres and Javier Urtubey.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 3 ‘try by Florencio Llerena converted by himself (N); 8 ‘penalty converted by Felipe Hernández (SL); 15 ‘try by Juan Bautista Daireaux converted by Florencio Llerena (N); 19 ‘try by Agustín Gosio converted by Florencio Llerena (N); 31 ‘Santiago Canal try converted by Felipe Hernández (SL).

PARTIAL RESULT: St. Louis 10-21 Newman.

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 41’try by Mateo Montoya converted by Florencio Llerena (N); 49’try by Juan Billote converted by Florencio Llerena (N); 61 ‘try by Lucas Marguery converted by Florencio Llerena (N); 66 ‘try by Justo Ortiz Basualdo.

FINAL SCORE: St. Louis 10-47 Newman.

Admonished: ST- 51 ‘Felipe Piatti (SL).


REFEREE: Pablo Deluca.

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