Match Centre – Rugby Championship / Currie Cup

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Enough to keep us busy this weekend as we have three Currie Cup matches and two Rugby Championship test matches.

We start of with Western Province hosting the Golden Lions

Currie Cup

  Fulltime  
 39 SCORE 3
6 TRIES 0
3 CONVERSIONS 0
1 PENALTIES 1
0 DROP GOALS 0
0 PENALTY TRIES 0

 

Castle Rugby Championship

 

Fulltime
 34 SCORE 54
 4 TRIES 8
 4 CONVERSIONS 7
 2 PENALTIES 0
 0 DROP GOALS 0
 0 PENALTY TRIES 0

 

Currie Cup

 

  Fulltime  
 40 SCORE 41
 5 TRIES 6
 4 CONVERSIONS 4
 3 PENALTIES 0
 0 DROP GOALS 0
 0 PENALTY TRIES 0

 

Castle Rugby Championship

 

  Fulltime  
37 SCORE 15
 4 TRIES 2
 4 CONVERSIONS 1
 3 PENALTIES 1
 0 DROP GOALS 0
 0 PENALTY TRIES 0

 

Currie Cup

 

  SUN 14:00  
 0 SCORE 0
 0 TRIES 0
 0 CONVERSIONS 0
 0 PENALTIES 0
 0 DROP GOALS 0
 0 PENALTY TRIES 0
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Better known as Bunny, Took over after Pissant went over to the "Dark Side"

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  1. I was just about to say… they’re playing waaayyy too loose and starting to fling the ball about way too much!

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  2. Only thing he good for is those little pop offloads. Popgun boot. Too slow on ball. Bring Bosch on. Let’s convert all this possession. Total kak.

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  3. @cab:

    That’s the problem when you have two wingers and an inside centre with no boot on top of a half-back with an average boot… it’s left all to Jantjes. The need Combrink’s boot from that right wing at the very least… as the Argies will try to run it back from their 22 should it be tight.

    Exit kicking is a big problem.

    They’re simply trying to play too fancy with all these Harlem Globe Trotter million passes whilst not drawing in player’s, nor hitting the ball on the angles. They’ll get punished by a Top 5 team.

    Glad Skosan got a try… but was definitely a completed tackle… so even Steven’s with that first missed Bok try.

    This game might be at a more frenetic pace, with better defence… but it’s starting to resemble the previous CC game at times.

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  4. Bryce.
    The Boks must start converting. I don’t care who is on the field.

    This ref is single handedly going to make the Boks lose. The argues should be nowhere in this game. Mind you the Boks are also kak for not pumping them

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  5. @cab:

    For sure… but if you’re throwing a gazillion passes left and right laterally all game with no real ingenuity or impact… you’re not getting points…

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  6. Good on Rhule… this back-slapping at every ruck etc is getting on me tits though… this is Argentina the number 9 ranked side… get on with it and put them to the sword without the bum-slaps.

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  7. @Jacques:

    Did what he needed to do… better than Mahoje… but that loose trio is just too small with that starting three. AC said he was there as a LO option… missed his first and only receive.

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  8. Play Bosch proper game not 5 mins in fkall nothing. Boy got skills. Will make Boks into different beast altogether. Jantjies is super rugby

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  9. A win is a win… but that first half was painful. So they’ve beaten the 8th and 9th ranked test teams since their losses on the EOYT.

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  10. Definitely kudos to Coenie…

    I’m also not so sure I’d start Mostert… throws himself around with reckless abandon and is a great LO option… but he seems too light at test level for a lock.

    I’ve punted the next RSA lock I’d like to see hit higher levels… he has everything a lock should have at test level. Ruan Botha… along with the other three they are sorted for a few years.

    JLDP just needs to back himself more as a ball carrier… both him and his bors are decidedly quick, powerful, break the gainline and have deft hands. He tends to not back himself and shift the ball to the wings more often than not… when he could be hitting it up himself and sucking in a few more defenders.

    But yep he should have started every single game this year and should still be.

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