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SA Rugby U21 Championship – Blue Bulls cement the top spot on log


The Blue Bulls have kept there winning ways in round 4 of this years U21 competition.

It is four wins from four games with the closes rival seven log points behind them.

Here is this weeks summary:

It was much closer than the Blue Bulls previous three clashes when they beat the Sharks 31-26.

At the end it was the boot of Theo Boshoff that made the difference for the Blue Bulls with both teams scoring three tries in the match.

It was a close contest throughout the match with the Blue Bulls only leading 15-13 at the break.

The Blue Bulls tries came from Sabastian Jobb, Gers Mouton and Leeu Janeke with Boshoff kicking two conversions and four penalties.

The Sharks tries came from Jj Van Der Mescht, Caleb Dingaan and Muller Du Plessis. Jaden Hendrikse was successful with one conversion and three penalties.

The Golden Lions and Leopards was another close one which the Golden Lions manage to squeeze through.

The Golden Lions had a 19-12 lead at the break scoring four tries to three in the match.

Tries for the Golden Lions came from Nathan Mcbeth, Yanga Hlalu and two tries from P J Botha. From the boot Big Foot Lailvaux added two conversions.

The Leopards tries came from Sylvester Hassien, Lehlohonolo Nyelele, Chris Vermaak and two conversions from Andre Van Der Berg.

It was a game of two halfs which saw a great fightback from Free State to take the win 45-39.

Province build what seems to have been a winning score in the first half leading the Free State 32-7.

Free State came out the second half a different side to overturn that fist half scoring seven tries to the five of Province.

Free State tries came from Ruben Cross, Elrigh Louw, Marthinus Boshoff, James Mollentze, Conan Le Fleur, Zinedine Booysen and Lubabalo Dobela who also kicked over five conversions.

Province got their tries through Schalk Erasmus, Gift Dlamini, Prince Orderson, Mike Mavovana and Gerado Jaars. From the boot Abner Van Reenen got three conversions and two penalties with David Coetzer adding one conversion with his boot.

Here is the Log Standings after Round 4



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