Newman defeated Hindu and was a leader in his area

Newman defeated Hindu and was a leader in his area

In a match where two great teams faced each other, Newman claimed 31-15 win over Hindu. The locals who already entered the match classified to the semifinals and confirmed their supremacy against Don Torcuato’s team, just as they had done in the first round.

The visiting team, beyond defeat, also secured his place in the semifinals by finishing second in Zone B of the second round becoming mathematically unattainable for Alumni, third in the same key.

The meeting began with a clear superiority of Hindu, since he had territorial control and possession, as well as a favorable wind; Despite this, he could only score a single try by Juan Comolli.

Beyond this situation, those of Benavídez were solid in defense and very efficient in offense, since two plays concretized in the visiting ingoal by Juan Bautista Daireaux managed to overcome the score. Finally they closed the first stage with a favorable partial result 17 to 8.

In the plugin, the Elephant came out to reverse this result with no luck since the Bordó team did not give up and used their counter opportunity and scored a very important try from the hand of Canario Gosio, who has already had nine tries during the championship.

Although Hindú discounted after a try by Nicolas D’amorim, Newman finished the day with another try by Ulloa and sentenced this clear victory that leads the Cardenal to be a great candidate for the title.


NEWMAN (31): 1- Alberto Porolli; 2- Marcelo Brandi; 3- Luciano Borio; 4- Tomás Ureta, 5- Alejandro Urutubey; 6- Mateo Montoya; 7- Miguel Urtubey (C); 8- Beltrán Gurmendi; 9- Lucas Marguery; 10- Gonzalo Gutiérrez Taboada; 11- Agustín Gosio; 12- Thomas Keena; 13- Felipe Freyre; 14- Francisco Montoya; 15- Juan Bautista Daireaux.

Changes: PT: 5 ‘Miguel Prince by Alberto Porolli and Jerónimo Ureta by Tomás Ureta, 10’ Mariano Urtubey by Luciano Borio, 20 ‘Mateo De Elía by Tomás Keena and Jerónimo Ulloa by Agustín Gosio.

Trainers: Alfredo Cordone, Marcelo Torres and Javier Urtubey.

HINDU (15): 1- Juan Ignacio Martínez Sosa, 2- Agustín Capurro, 3- Cristian Moscetta; 4 Carlos Repetto, 5- Juan Comolli; 6- Nicolás D’Amorim, 7- Gonzalo Delguy, 8- Lautaro Bavaro; 9- Lucas Pulido, 10- Santiago Fernández (C); 11- Federico Graglia, 12- Belisario Agulla, 13- Bautista Farise, 14- Lisandro Rodríguez, 15- Martín Cancelliere.

Changes: PT: 29 ‘Rodrigo Almada for Bautista Farise; ST: 13 ‘Federico Lavanini by Carlos Repetto, 18’ Lucas Camacho by Lucas Pulido, 23 ‘Isaías Quiroga by Juan Ignacio Martínez Sosa.

Trainers: Francisco Fernández Miranda, Hernán Senillosa and Juan Gauthier.

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 12 ‘Try by Juan Comolli (H), 19’ and 27 ‘Try by Juan Bautista Daireaux converted by Gonzalo Gutiérrez Taboada (N), 37’ Penalty by Rodrigo Almada (H), 40 ‘Penalty by Gonzalo Gutiérrez Taboada (N) .

Partial result: Newman 17 – Hindu 8

POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 19 ‘Try by Agustín Gosio converted by Gonzalo Gutiérrez Taboada (N), 24’ Try by Nicolás D’amorim converted by Rodrigo Almada (H), 34 ‘Try by Jerónimo Ulloa converted by Gonzalo Gutiérrez Taboada (N).

Final score: Newman 31 – Hindu 15

Admonished: PT: 39 ‘Yellow for Santiago Fernández (H).

REFEREE: Damien Schneider.

BASKETBALL COURT: Newman, Benavídez.

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