WP win U19 Final
Sat, 27 Oct 2012 12:37
Western Province beat the Blue Bulls 22-18 in the Final to take the Under-19 Cup for 2012.
The match was moved from KINGS PARK Stadium to the B Field because of the wet produced by the heavy rains.
Western Province led 10-3 at half-time but scored the winning try with just five minutes to go. They scored three tries to the Blue Bulls' two.
Early on Tommaso Allan of Western Province and then Jacques Rossouw scored penalty goals. They also each missed a penalty attempt but then, after 20 minutes, Justin Geduld scored a try which was converted.
At the start of the second half centre Burger Odendaal scored for the Blue Bulls. 10-8.
Five minutes later Werner Kok got a try for Western Province. 15-8.
Then the Blue Bulls took over, first through a penalty by substitute Jan Enslin and then a try by Jan Serfontein, a surprise inclusion as he had not been included in the Under-20 side because of injury. Enslin converted. That put the Blue Bulls into an 18-15 lead.
With six minutes to play Justin Geduld scored the try which restored the lead, enhanced beyond a penalty by Allan's conversion. 22-18, which was the final score.
For Western Province:
Tries: Justin Geduld 2, Werner Kok
Cons: Tommaso Allan 2
Pens: Tommaso Allan
For the Blue Bulls:
Tries: Burger Odendaal, Jan Serfontein
Con: Jan Enslin
Pens: Jacques Rossouw, Jan Enslin
Western Province: 15 Janco Gunter, 14 Werner Kok, 13 Justin Geduld, 12 Kyle Lombard, 11 JP Lewis (vice-captain), 10 Tommy Allan, 9 Jean Nel, 8 Justin Benn, 7 Jurie van Vuuren, 6 Eital Bredenkamp, 5 Andrew Becker, 4 Tiaan Benade, 3 Nicol Heyns, 2 Freddie Kirsten (captain), 1 Sti Sithole
Replacements: 16 Brianton Booysen, 17 Niel Oelofse, 18 Deacon Chowles, 19 Sebastian Ferreira, 20 Nicholai Lubbe, 21 Bjorn Bernardo, 22 Niel Bester, 23 Selom Gavor
Blue Bulls: 15 Jacques Rossouw, 14 Jade Stighling, 13 Burger Odendaal (vice-captain), 12 Jan Serfontein, 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 François Tredoux, 9 Carlo Engelbrecht, 8 Ruan Steenkamp (captain), 7 Jacques du Plessis, 6 Roelof Smit, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Irne Herbst, 3 Andrew Beerwinkel, 2 Theuns Reynolds, 1 Justin Forwood
Replacements: 16 Jacques Taylor, 17 Jan Enslin, 18 Christiaan de Bruin, 19 Jannes Kirsten, 20 Tokkie Mtsweni, 21 Dean Moolman, 22 Clyde Davids, 23 Neethling Fouché
Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: Archie Sehlako, Reuben Rossouw
Television match official: Gerrie Coetzee
Assessor: Arrie Schoonwinkel
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