Drostdy win Worcester Classic
Wed, 14 May 2014 12:37
Worcester Gimwon the second half
Drostdy scored three tries to none and beat Worcester Gimnasium 20-12 in their FNB Classic Clash at Trappespark on Saturday. The home side won but found the going tough.
The going was tough because they have had such a successful group at age-group level whereas Worcester Gim had only three players back and were mainly from last year's Under-16 team.
Drostdy were bigger and had expected to dominate at forward but the Gim side stood up well in the scrums, did well in the line-outs and were probably better at loose forward.
Drostdy led 12-3 at the break, thanks to two tries. But Worcester Gim actually won the second half 9-8,
Worcester Gim may just have enjoyed the match, even in defeat, more than Drostdy did in victory.
Tries: Earll Douwrie, Roy Brink, Kobus Roux
Con: Wynand Roets
Pen: Wynanad Roets
For Worcester Gim:
Pens: Gustav September 2, Adriaan van der Bank
Drop: Adriaan van der Bank
Worcester Gim: 15. Thirlo Fredericks, 14. Rivaldo Morgan, 13. Julian Lodewyk, 12. Gustav September, 11. Jeanrick Scheepers, 10. Brenwyn Samuels, 9. Louis v Rensburg, 8. Steyn Olivier, 7. Bradman Grove, 6. Christo Smit, 5. Benito Kriel, 4. Francois Heyns , 3. Denver Prins , 2. Jeshau Paul, 1. Mias Coetzee
Replacements: 16. Robin Titus, 17. Lionel Davids, 18. Emile Barnard, 19. Lyle Olson, 21. Johan Jordaan, 22. Adriaan van der Bank , 23. Reinardt Stemmet
Coaches: Bjorn Botha, Francois Willemse
Drostdy: Roy Brink, Tiaan Smuts, Evan Booysen, Marnu Bartels, Zandré Fernhout, Carel Kotzé, Bernito McPherson, Kobus Roux, Robert Hunt, Edward Haas, Frikkie Badenhorst, MC Haggard, Alberto Dos Santos, Willem Augustyn (captain),Wynand Roets , Gevin Scheepers, Earl Douwri, André Swanepoel, Theodore Pienaar, Emile Opperman, Ruhan Marais, Jason Howells
Coaches: André Cilliers, Hein Matthee
Referee: Jerome van der Westhuizen (Boland Referees' Society)
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