URBA Top 12: SIC showed its trade against Belgrano and got into the semifinals

URBA Top 12: SIC showed its trade against Belgrano and got into the semifinals

San Isidro Club beat Belgrano by 23 to 18 and got the go to the semifinals in the URBA Top 12. Boulogne’s men managed to reverse an adverse first half and continue as leaders in their area.

The match began as if it were an international test match: closed and very measured by both teams, the first emotions were through two penalties of Tomás Rosati, in favor of the visit. The SIC’s response only came after 16 minutes, when after a good play through the line and maul, it allowed Thomas Comissatti support the first try for those of Boulogne. However, Belgrano was better planted in those first forty minutes and was able to capture it on the scoreboard. The two tries through Augusto Vaccarino They were the clear example of the dominance of Brown against a pointer who seemed still beaten from the defeat suffered a week ago against CUBA.

However, in the complement, the face of the SIC was different. With the scoreboard at a disadvantage by 18 to 8, the San Isidro team showed why it is first in the contest and went out to turn the result. As soon as the plugin started the media pair (Juan Soares Gache and Santiago Pavlovsky) They dedicated themselves to distributing the game and finding spaces, and in this way the try of Facundo Giorgutti, resting almost on the flag. Belgrano tried to recover but the good defense of Boulogne’s team was a wall and a key point to be able to turn around the actions of the match and end up celebrating with a try from the captain, Tomás Meyrelles.

It was a victory for the homeowners by 23 to 18 and a guaranteed passage to the semifinals for the last champion. For Belgrano, a very big disappointment after a first half that had him as dominator, but that did not reach him.


SIC (23): 1. Marcos Piccinini, 2. Andrea Panzarini, 16. Marcos Gatica, 4. Federico Haedo, 5. Lucas Sommer, 6. Marcos Borghi, 7. Tomás Comissatti, 8. Tomás Meyrelles (C), 9. Juan Soares Gache, 10 Santiago Pavlovsky, 11. Mateo Madero, 12. Facundo Fernández Madero, 13. Justo Piccardo, 14. Jacinto Campbell, 15. Juan Pablo Zervino.

Changes: PT: 11 ‘Facundo Giorgutti for Mateo Madero. ST: 11 ‘Alejandro Daireaux by Tomás Comissati.

Trainers: Santiago González Bonirino, Lucas Cilley and Federico Gallo.

BELGRANO (18): 1. Francisco Ferronato, 22. Ignacio Favre, 3. Facundo Ferreti, 4. Adolfo Martínez, 19. Rodrigo Fernández Criado, 6. Joaquín de la Serna, 7. Augusto Vaccarino, 8. Joaquín Moro, 9. Ignacio Marino, 10 Tomás Rosati (C), 20. Juan Lando, 12. Fermín Martínez, 13. Tomás Teglia, 14. Felipe Adrogué, 15. Juan Cruz Rodríguez Herrera.

Changes: ST: 3’Leandro Magneres by Adolfo Martínez, 23 ‘Andrés Bianco by Facundo Ferreti, 27’ Lisandro García Draghi by Ignacio Favre, 31 ‘Juan Brescia by Tomás Teglia, 33’ Agustín Roca by Rodrigo Fernández Criado.

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

POINTS IN THE FIRST TIME: 1 ‘penalty converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 8’ penalty converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 16 ‘try by Tomás Comissati (SIC), 28’ try by Augusto Vaccarino converted by Tomás Rosati (B), 33 ‘penalty converted by Santiago Pavlovsky (SIC), 39´ try by Augusto Vaccarino (B).


POINTS IN THE SECOND TIME: 45 ‘try by Facundo Giorgutti converted by Santiago Pavlosky (SIC), 61’ try by Tomás Meyrelles (SIC), 66 ‘penalty converted by Santiago Pavlovsky (SIC).

FINAL SCORE: SIC 23-18 Belgrano


REFEREE: Pablo Deluca.

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