The Jaguares kept their playoff hopes alive with their seventh win in a row on Saturday against the Stormers when they beat them 25-14.

The Jaguares are now three points from the Lions on the log with a game in hand.

It was another great performance from the Argentinian team dominating on the scoreboard throughout the match.

For the Stormers it was the same old same as there plan on attack when nowhere most of the time and their defence poor.

The Jaguares were again able the punch holes through the Stormers backline with some poor tackling and their counter attacking putting huge pressure on the Stormers.

The biggest problem for the Stormers throughout this year was that it never seems that their is any plan on attack and they just try to keep ball in hand waiting for someone to do something special.

The tries from Bautista Delguy, Guido Petti and Matias Orlando proved too much for the Stormers who scored through Sikhumbuzo Notshe and Dillyn Leyds.

The Jaguares also had a field-day at the breakdown dominating the small battles.

The Stormers did get some momentum late in the first half as they started to dominate the scrums.

The Stormers just could not dominate the game for long periods of time as they either made mistakes or lost the ball at ruck time.

The Jaguares also finished the match the strongest.

The scorers:

For Jaguares:
Tries: Delguy, Petti, Orlando
Cons: Sanchez 2
Pens: Sanchez 2

For Stormers:
Tries: Notshe, Leyds
Cons: Du Plessis 2

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  1. Heckle heckle… literally the most impotent loose-forward trio in WP history… fuckin joke…

  2. Well so much for those who said the jaguars were hopeless. They’ll probably end up top of the SA conference.

  3. @cab:

    Bwahahah even his own coach calls him out so easily and rightly so… one third of the most impotent loose-forward trio in the competition and now stone cold last on the table.

  4. @bryce_in_oz:

    Ah no… sorry… that’s the Kenner’s Bulls… but the rest still stands… Stomers T5 have to carry all three of their loosies whilst they play on the wings…

  5. @Aldo:

    Sharks 171 tackles 19 missed… won the game in the last 10 minutes… Cabbo reckons defence does not win matches lol…

  6. @Bekke:

    Surprised they just didn’t add Carr to the side and be done with it.

    I did like Cobus Wiese at the start of the season. Albeit he has not really lived up to the hype… would have liked to see him start more and add some ballance as a real blind-sider not a centre/wing like the other three…

  7. @Aldo:

    Yep have been watching hims since Juan Smith his mentor came out starting he was one of the most prominent blind-siders in the land.

  8. Called it last week.

    And for my next prediction: Jaguares will overtake the Lions on the log this week and end up on top of the South African log.

  9. @Craven:

    Deservedly so… it was only a matter of time before they started to charge in Super Rugby… they have really good and consistent this season…

  10. The guy on the right yes. Cannot believe the article stated he was “underrated”! More overrated!

  11. @Bekke:

    Just read it… living the hippy dream in Costa Rica.

    122 caps for Toulon and 50 for the Boks is nothing to scoff at… he just needed a bit more mongrel for mine. Much like Skindstad…

  12. @bryce_in_oz: Indeed same as Skinstead – all the talent but just huffing and puffing and little impact on the field. Biggest mistake was to have his mom as agent!

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