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Super Rugby | Allianz Park
09:45 (GMT) | 21-04-2017
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Foley adds the extras. Refs blows and it is game over with a Kings victory.
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The hooter blows and the scrum is the last play. Penalty Tahs. they take it quickly. Tahs trying to break through. Penalty Tahs and Foley goes for touch. Line-out Tahs inside Kings 22. TRY TIME Taqele . Naiyaravoro
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Kings with the turnover. Scrum Tahs
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Tahs on the attack. Horn takes it up. Foley plays it wide trying to find the space
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Restart is good. Scrum Tahs inside the Kings 10
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Penalty TRY for the Kings
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Scrum reset
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Big scrum from the Kings. Penalty and they go for Scrum again
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Taken back says the ref and its a 5 scrum for the visiting side.
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Tahs on the counter. Holding on is call and it is a Penalty for the Kings. Cronje looks to add the extras and hits the post.
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Kings playing inside their 22. Cronje goes for clearance and kicks it down field.
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Tahs trying to move forward and another Knock from the Tahs and it is a kings scrum
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Free kick and Tahs takes it quickly.
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Restart is good. Accidental offside and its a Tahs scrum inside the Kings half
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Cronje adds the extras
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Cronje kicks for touch. Kings line-out on the Tahs 5. Kings with the drive. TRY TIME Willemse
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Kings just 5 meters short. Ref playing advantage. No advantage penalty Kings.
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Line-out Kings inside the home teams 22. Kings setting up the maul and moves forward.
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Kings with possession. Penalty side entry and Cronje kicks for touch.
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Big scrum from the Tahs. Penalty for the home team. Foley finds touch. Line-out Tahs on the Kings 10.
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Scrum reset
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Tahs with ball in hand. Another Scrum this time for the Kings.
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Schrueder plays it short and the Kings knocks it forward. Scrum Tahs.
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Penalty for the Kings and Cronje kicks for touch. Line-out Kings inside Tahs half.
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Scrum Kings inside their 10.
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The Kings get a short arm and Cronje goes for the clearance kicking into touch. Line-out Tahs inside Kings 10
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Scrum Kings inside own 22.
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Tahs on the attack after the Line-out. Penalty and Foley takes it quickly and the ball is knocked forward.
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Penalty Tahs for high Tackle and it is a Yellow card for the Kings flanker Cloete
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Line-out Kings just outside the home teams 22. Kings lose the ball and the Tahs attack.
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Cronje goes for touch and gives them a line-out on the Tahs 5. Tahs wins the line-out and they kick for clearance finding touch.
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Cronje goes for touch. Line-out Kings inside the Tahs 22. Kings moving forward with a maul. Advantage for the Kings. No advantage Penalty for the Kings
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Line-out Tahs. Tahs playing it wide. Penalty Kings.
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Restart is good and Schrueder box it into touch
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Cronje misses
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Kings playing it wide and finds Banda and it is TRY TIME Banda
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Kings with a Line-out on the Tahs 5. Not moving forward Kings scrum
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Line-out Kings inside their 10. Kings playing it wide. Tahs player not releasing the tackler. Penalty Kings and Cronje goes for touch
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Turnover kings and Cronje breaks through and finds Mapimpi and throws it in the Tahs hands. KIngs with another turnover and plays it wide and Mjekevu gets tackle into touch. Line-out Tahs on their 5. Foley kicks for clearance and finds touch
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Foley starts the second half with a deep kick. Cronje goes for clearance and finds touch. Tahs line-out on the Kings 10.

Half Time

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Scrum Waratahs as the halftime hooter blows on their 5. Penalty for the Tahs. Foley taps and kicks it into the stand. Half Time
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Kings with the line-out. Kings setting up the phases playing it wide. Kings are inside the Tahs 22. Cronje grubbers it through and it is no try
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Restart is good
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Cronje adds the extras
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Restart is good. Charge down and it is TRY TIME for the kings and it is Forwood who scores
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Foley misses the extras
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Foley intercepts it and passes it to Clark and Clark goes all the way TRY TIME Tahs
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Penalty kicks for dangerous tackle from the Tahs captain. Yellow card goes to Chris Cloete for being offside.
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Kings playing it wide trying to find the miss match.
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Cronje kicks for touch. Line-out on the home teams 5. Kings moving forfard with their maul. Kings goes to ground and is 5 meters short of a try.
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Kings trying to move forward with their maul. Penalty advantage kings after collapsing the maul. no advantage so the ref goes back for the penalty
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Penalty Kings. Cronje finds touch. Line-out just short of the Tahs 22
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Waratahs wins back the ball and the ball rolls into touch. Scrum Tahs
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Scrum for the Tahs. Foley kicks for clearance.
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restart is good
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Foley adds the extras
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Tahs with the ball and Folau breaks through running all the way to the halfway line and it is TRY TIME for Rob Horne
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Line-out kings on the Tahs 10. Kings playing it through the hands trying to break through
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Scrum Waratahs inside the Kings 10. Penalty goes against the Tahs and Cronje goes for touch
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Cronje kicks for clearance. Waratahs counter and loses the ball with a almost intercept from the Kings.
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Foley goes for touch. Line-out Waratahs inside the Kings 22. Turnover Kings just 5 meters short of their try line.
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22 reset is good. Kings secure the ball. Cronje goes high and Foley does not claim the mark. Penalty or the home team
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Cronje goes for the 3 points and misses.
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Penalty for the Kings
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Penalty kicks and Cronje goes for touch. Line-out Kings just short of the home teams 22. Kings set up the maul.
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restart is good. Foley kicks for clearance and finds touch on the halfway line.
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Foley misses the conversion
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Advantage being played and Foley gives a cross kick and it is TRY TIME for Taqele . Naiyaravoro.
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Scrum Waratahs on the Kings 5. Scrum reset
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Line-out on the Kings 5. Waratahs couldn't move forward with their maul and breaks and takes on the blind side. Turn over good says the ref and its a knock on
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Line-out lost. Waratahs wins back the ball and another penalty for the home team and Foley kicks for touch.
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Penalty Waratahs. Tackler not rolling away. Foley kicks for touch. Line-out Waratahs inside the Kinks 10.
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Banda chips the ball and overcooks it and it is a line-out for the home team inside the Kings half.
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Kings win back the ball and grubbers it into touch and the Waratahs throws it quickly.
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Poor line-out from the Waratahs and theKings kicks for clearance down field.
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Folau kicks it back and find touch. Lin-out Kings inside their half.
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scrum reset. Penalty Kings. Cronje does not find touch
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Scrum Kings inside their 10.
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Kings with possession. Penalty against the Kings. Waratahs kick for touch.
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Kings with the kick-off
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coaches get in their last say before the teams head for the tunnel.
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Perfect rugby conditions with a chance of rain at Allianz Park.
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Referee for the evening will be Rohan Hoffmann (Australia) and is assisted by referees: Damon Murphy (Australia), James Leckie (Australia) and TMO: Ian Smith (Australia)
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The kings have been improving throughout the competition but will it be enough as they are only looking to perform better with every game.
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Brumbies looking for a third win to stay in touch with the conference pool leaders. can the Kings win this one knowing that they might be short listed and get axed out of Super Rugby
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  • 2 Silatolu Latu
  • 3 Tom Robertson
  • 4 David McDuling
  • 5 Will Skelton
  • 6 Ned Hanigan
  • 7 Michael Hooper
  • 8 Michael Wells
  • 9 Jake Gordon
  • 10 Bernard Foley
  • 11 Cameron Clark
  • 12 David Horwitz
  • 13 Rob Horne
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  • 15 Israel Folau
  • 16 Hugh Roach
  • 17 Angus Taavao-Matau
  • 18 David Lolohea
  • 19 Dean Mumm
  • 20 Jed Holloway
  • 21 Nick Phipps
  • 22 Bryce Hegarty
  • 23 Harry Jones
  • 1 Justin Forwood
  • 2 Michael Willemse
  • 3 Ross Geldenhuys
  • 4 Irne Herbst
  • 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys
  • 6 Chris Cloete
  • 7 Tyler Paul
  • 8 Anidisa Ntsila
  • 9 Louis Schrueder
  • 10 Lionel Cronje
  • 11 Makazole Mapimpi
  • 12 Luzuko Vulindlu
  • 13 Berton Klaasen
  • 14 Wandile Mjekevu
  • 15 Masixole Banda
  • 16 Kurt Haupt
  • 17 Schalk van der Merwe
  • 18 Dayan van der Westhuizen
  • 19 Mzwanele Zito
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SR Preview: Round Nine, Part One

Thu, 20 Apr 2017 00:12

IN THE SUPER RUGBY SPOTLIGHT: We have reached the halfway stage of the season and with every passing week the race for play-off places are going to get more intriguing.

Friday's three games are all significant - even though there are some room for recovery.

The Hurricanes, who can't afford to lose touch with the tournaments pace-setters - the Crusaders and Chiefs - host the Brumbies in Napier.

The latter still have a reasonable lead in the Australian conference, but another defeat will open the door for teams like the reds, Western Force and Waratahs to challenge for the title of pool champions.

And the Waratahs host the Southern Kings in the very next match, an encounter in which the home team would be expected to collect a full-house five points.

We complete the day's proceedings with the Lions hosting the Jaguares in a game where 'revenge' will be high on the agenda.

Not only are the Lions keen to avenge their loss to the Argentinean franchise in Buenos Aires last month, they also know victory will put some daylight between themselves and their pool rivals.

In Part One of the preview we look at all the Friday matches!

Friday, April 21:

Hurricanes v Brumbies
(McLean Park, Napier - Kick-off: 19.35; 7.35 AEST; 07.35 GMT)

The Brumbies are circling the wagons and drawing the laager. They are still smarting from last week's loss to the Rebels.

While the pressure is mounting, Brumbies captain Sam Carter is adamant the players will continue to support each other regardless.

Carter says the side won't alter their approach.

"There always has to be a balance, but at the end of the day whatever decision we make we have 15 guys on board and we back every decision we make," Carter said in an interview on the Brumbies website.

"It's really a one in, all in mentality down here so when we make those decisions we go with it regardless of the result."

Instead of looking for excuses the skipper challenged his troops to step up and put in an 80-minute performance.

"We've been in matches for 60, 70 minutes and there's been slight lapses in concentration or something happens and we drop our heads and we end up losing by a small margin.

"It's something that we definitely have to rectify."

The Hurricanes have still only lost one game this year, despite extended spells without key performers.

That probably says as much about the quality of some opponents, as it does their own depth.

Current Super Rugby champions the Hurricanes have named Brad Shields as their captain for the first time.

Friday's match will be the 10th time the Hurricanes have played at McLean Park, but the first time against the Australian Conference leading Brumbies.

Recent results:
2016: Brumbies won 52-10, Canberra
2015: Hurricanes won 29-9, Wellington (semifinal)
2014: Brumbies won 29-21, Wellington
2013: Brumbies won 30-23, Canberra
2012: Brumbies won 37-25, Wellington

Prediction: The Brumbies have won five of the last six meetings between the sides, including a 52-10 win against the Canes in Round One last season, the Wellington side's second heaviest Super Rugby defeat. However, the Hurricanes have won four of their last six home games against the Brumbies which included the Canberra side's heaviest defeat in April 2009 (7-56). The Brumbies have lost their last seven away to sides from New Zealand; they've never lost eight on the bounce in New Zealand before. The Hurricanes have won their last nine at home with eight of those wins coming by margins of 10 points or more. The Hurricanes have also won their last five in Wellington against Australian sides, conceding just 12.6 points per game on average during that run. Blowouts and upsets often. Just last year the Brumbies beat the Hurricanes 52-10, before the latter went on to win the competition. However, this Brumbies side is a far cry from the class of 2016 and the Hurricanes should win - but only by seven points.


Hurricanes: 15 Jordie Barrett, 14 Cory Jane, 13 Vince Aso, 12 Ngani Laumape, 11 Julian Savea, 10 Beauden Barrett, 9 Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi, 8 Blade Thomson, 7 Ardie Savea, 6 Brad Shields (captain), 5 Vaea Fifita, 4 Mark Abbott, 3 Jeffery To'omaga-Allen, 2 Ricky Riccitelli, 1 Ben May.
Replacements: 16 Leni Apisai, 17 Chris Eves, 18 Mike Kainga, 19 James Blackwell, 20 Callum Gibbins, 21 TJ Perenara, 22 Otere Black, 23 Ben Lam.

Brumbies: 15 Aidan Toua, 14 Henry Speight, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Andrew Smith, 11 James Dargaville, 10 Wharenui Hawera, 9 Joe Powell, 8 Jarrad Butler, 7 Chris Alcock, 6 Scott Fardy, 5 Sam Carter (captain), 4 Rory Arnold, 3 Allan Alaalatoa, 2 Josh Mann-Rea, 1 Scott Sio.
Replacements: 16 Robbie Abel, 17 Nic Mayhew, 18 Ben Alexander, 19 Blake Enever, 20 Lolo Fakaosilea, 21 De Wet Roos, 22 Jordan Jackson-Hope, 23 Nigel Ah Wong.

Referee: Brendon Pickerill (New Zealand)
Assistant referees: Glen Jackson (New Zealand), Angus Mabey (New Zealand)
TMO: Shane McDermott (New Zealand)

Waratahs v Southern Kings
(Allianz Stadium, Sydney - Kick-off: 19.45; 11.45 SA Time; 09.45 GMT)

The Waratahs are desperate to secure their third win in eight matches, as they look to stay in touch with the Australian pool leaders, the Brumbies.

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson said that despite the Kings going down to the Reds last week, he is aware of what they are capable of.

"They are going to come out and fight, and show real dogged determination," he said of a willing and energetic Kings team.

"They've got guys out on the wings that can really hurt you with a lot of pace and they've got guys who are really good on the ball.

"Given what is going on off the field for their side, we know they will be even more determined to put in a strong performance," Gibson said of the persistent rumours thatthe Kings are one of the teams short-listed to be axed from Super Rugby.

Kings coach Deon Davids struck a cautionary, as he spoke of the Waratahs rich history in the competition and pointed to the many international players in their line-up.

"For us it is about putting up a better performance than last week," he said of the loss to the Reds.

Davids suggested his team has been improving throughout the competition.

Previous result:
2013: Waratahs won 72-10, Port Elizabeth

Prediction: The Waratahs won the only previous meeting between these sides by 62 points (72-10), their biggest Super Rugby win.  The Waratahs have won six of their last seven at home to South African sides, conceding more than one try in just two of those games. The Kings have recorded just two away wins in their Super Rugby history, although one of those victories did come in Australia (against the Rebels, April 2013). The Kings have averaged 99.6 carries per game this season, the only team to average fewer than 100. However, their average gain per carry of 4.5 metres is bettered only by the Hurricanes (4.9 metres per carry).  The Port Elizabeth side have averaged more tackles than any other side this season (127) while only the Reds have averaged fewer than the Waratahs (89). There is a slim chance that the Kings could win, but don't put your house on it. The Waratahs will win by 20 points.


Waratahs: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Taqele Naiyaravoro, 13 Rob Horne, 12 David Horwitz, 11 Cam Clark, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Jake Gordon, 8 Michael Wells, 7 Michael Hooper (captain), 6 Ned Hanigan, 5 Will Skelton, 4 David McDuling, 3 Tom Robertson, 2 Tolu Latu, 1 Paddy Ryan.
Replacements: 16 Hugh Roach, 17 Angus Ta'avao, 18 David Lolohea, 19 Dean Mumm, 20 Jed Holloway, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Harry Jones.

Southern Kings: 15 Masixole Banda, 14 Wandile Mjekevu, 13 Berton Klaasen, 12 Luzuko Vulindlu, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Lionel Cronje (captain), 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Andisa Ntsila, 7 Tyler Paul, 6 Chris Cloete, 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys, 4 Irne Herbst, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Michael Willemse, 1 Justin Forwood
Replacements: 16 Kurt Haupt, 17 Schalk van der Merwe, 18 Dayan van der Westhuizen, 19 Mzwanele Zito, 20 Ruaan Lerm/Martin Bezuidenhout, 21 Johan Steyn, 22 Nicolaas Hanekom, 23 Pieter-Steyn de Wet.

Referee: Rohan Hoffmann (Australia)
Assistant referees: Damon Murphy (Australia), James Leckie (Australia)
TMO: Ian Smith (Australia)

Lions v Jaguares
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 19.00; 17.00 GMT; 14.00 Argentina time)

The Lions are beginning to run into some impressive form, but coach Johan Ackermann is adamant that they won't be underestimating any opponent.

"The biggest hidings I received was playing in a club game or for a strong side against the Griffons in Welkom - going there with the wrong attitude," Ackermann said of Friday's showdown with the Jaguares, the one team that has beaten them this year.

"I always say to the players that we can't afford to drop down to somebody else's standards.

"If you look at the Rebels [last week], nobody gave them a chance against the Brumbies, yet they won.

He said Friday's game is vital, because they are "in competition" with the Jaguares and the Sharks for top spot in the Africa Two pool.

"They [Jaguares and Sharks] are also still playing Australian sides," Ackermann said.

"It will come down to us knocking each other out.

"This [coming] Friday against the Jaguares is going to be massive."

Ackermann rotated his front row, but it is in midfield - where Harold Vorster comes in for the injury Springbok Rohan Janse van Rensburg - where the spotlight will shine brightest.

Previous results:
2017: Jaguares won 36-24, Buenos Aires
2016: Jaguares won 34-22, Buenos Aires
2016: Lions won 52-24, Johannesburg

Prediction: This will be the fourth meeting between these sides; the home side on the day has won each of the previous three . The Lions have won their last nine home games, scoring at least 34 points in each of those matches. The Jaguares have won just two of their 12 away games in Super Rugby, although both victories came in South Africa. The Jaguares have recorded the lowest scrum (74 percent) and line-out (79 percent) success so far this season. Elton Jantjies has scored 73 points in his six games this season and his average of 12.2 points per game is the highest of any player. It will not be a blowout, but the Lions should win by 12 points.


Lions: 15 Andries Coetzee, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Lionel Mapoe, 12 Harold Vorster, 11 Courtnall Skosan, 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Ross Cronjé, 8 Warren Whiteley (captain), 7 Ruan Ackermann, 6 Jaco Kriel, 5 Franco Mostert, 4 Andries Ferreira, 3 Johannes Jonker, 2 Armand van der Merwe, 1 Corné Fourie.
Replacements: 16 Malcolm Marx, 17 Jacques van Rooyen, 18 Ruan Dreyer, 19 Lourens Erasmus, 20 Albertus Smith, 21 Francois de Klerk, 22 Jacques Nel, 23 Sylvian Mahuza.

Jaguares: 15 Ramiro Moyano, 14 Santiago Cordero, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Jeronimo De La Fuente, 11 Bautista Ezcurra, 10 Nicolas Sanchez, 9 Felipe Ezcurra, 8 Benjamin Macome, 7 Rodrigo Baez, 6 Tomas Lezana, 5 Marcos Kremer, 4 Guido Petti, 3 Ramiro Herrera, 2 Agustin Creevy (captain), 1 Lucas Noguera Paz.
Replacements: 16 Roberto Tejerizo, 17 Santiago Garcia Botta, 18 Enrique Pieretto, 19 Ignacio Larrague, 20 Pablo Matera, 21 Gonzalo Bertranou, 22 Joaquin Diaz Bonilla, 23 Emiliano Boffelli.
Referee: Angus Gardner (Australia)
Assistant referees: Ben O'Keeffe (New Zealand), Cwengile Jadezweni (South Africa)
TMO: Willie Vos (South Africa)

Compiled by Jan de Koning

* Statistics provided by Opta Sports

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Kings break their Aussie duck

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 08:31

SUPER RUGBY REPORT: The Southern Kings won their first match on their Australian tour, when they beat the Waratahs 26-24 in Sydney on Friday.

It was only their second-ever win on Australian soil - having beaten the Rebels in Melbourne back in 2013.

Having lost to the Western Force and Reds in their first tour matches, this win not only broke their tour duck, it also made amends for the horror show that was their 10-72 loss to the Waratahs back in 2013.

The endangered Kings rose above the turmoil of their very Super Rugby existence with a spirited performance.

The Port Elizabeth-based Kings, who are fighting to stay in next year's competition, fought back from 0-17 down to win only their fourth game in two years.

The Kings, who could be consigned to the scrapheap in 2018 as part of SANZAAR's restructuring, trailed 7-17 at half-time, but scored the next 19 points before the woeful Waratahs scored a last-minute converted consolation try to claim a losing bonus point.

It was a sterling effort from the Kings and a performance that was hailed by their captain and flyhalf Lionel Cronje.

"It has been an absolutely emotional tour for us with all the news regarding Super Rugby," Cronje said.

"There has been a lot of pressure on our administrators, our families at home and you can imagine all the pressure on our players hearing all the news being away from home.

"It's amazing to be able to pull a game through like this and to get a victory against the Waratahs who have been Super Rugby champions.

"It just gives so much credit to our team and the management for fighting through a good game and to come away with the win."

The Kings, despite the huge off-field distractions, have been competitive on their Australian tour, losing 46-41 to Western Force and 47-34 to the Queensland Reds and this time they claimed their biggest scalp.

The South African strugglers reversed a record 72-10 loss to the Waratahs in their only previous meeting in Port Elizabeth four years ago.

The Waratahs looked on track for a much-needed bonus-point win after opening up a 17-0 lead with three first-half tries before the Kings hit back with tries to Justin Forwood, Masixole Banda and Michael Willemse.

But the Kings clinched victory with a penalty try awarded after a succession of scrum binding errors in the final minutes.

The Waratahs grabbed an after-the-siren bonus point with a consolation try to wing Taqele Naiyaravoro, who opened the scoring with the first try of the match.

Captain Michael Hooper was scathing about his team's dreadful showing before their home fans.

"It was a pretty embarrassing performance from us," he said.

"There was a lot of talk, not much action. It's going to be a tough weekend."

The sorry defeat leaves the Waratahs languishing eight points adrift of the Brumbies on the Australian conference standings.

The Kings now return home with their next game against the Melbourne Rebels in Port Elizabeth on April 30, while the Waratahs have an Australian derby against the Reds in Brisbane on April 29.

Man of the match: Bernard Foley again showed his value to the Waratahs, but our award goes to Southern Kings flank Chris Cloete - the most productive player on the field by some distance.


For the Waratahs:
 Naiyaravoro 2, Horne, Clark
Con: Foley

For the Southern Kings:
Forwood, Banda, Willemse, Penalty try
Cons: Cronje 2, Penalty tries don't require conversions

Yellow cards: Ned Hanigan (Waratahs, 32 - repeated offences, kicking the ball out of the ruck), Chris Cloete (Southern Kings, 53 - foul play, high tackle)


Waratahs: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Taqele Naiyaravoro, 13 Rob Horne, 12 David Horwitz, 11 Cam Clark, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Jake Gordon, 8 Michael Wells, 7 Michael Hooper (captain), 6 Ned Hanigan, 5 Will Skelton, 4 David McDuling, 3 Tom Robertson, 2 Tolu Latu, 1 Paddy Ryan.
Replacements: 16 Hugh Roach, 17 Angus Ta'avao, 18 David Lolohea, 19 Dean Mumm, 20 Jed Holloway, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Harry Jones.

Southern Kings: 15 Masixole Banda, 14 Wandile Mjekevu, 13 Berton Klaasen, 12 Luzuko Vulindlu, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Lionel Cronje (captain), 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Andisa Ntsila, 7 Tyler Paul, 6 Chris Cloete, 5 Wilhelm van der Sluys, 4 Irne Herbst, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Michael Willemse, 1 Justin Forwood
Replacements: 16 Kurt Haupt, 17 Schalk van der Merwe, 18 Dayan van der Westhuizen, 19 Mzwanele Zito, 20 Martin Bezuidenhout, 21 Johan Steyn, 22 Nicolaas Hanekom, 23 Pieter-Steyn de Wet.

Referee: Rohan Hoffmann (Australia)
Assistant referees: Damon Murphy (Australia), James Leckie (Australia)
TMO: Ian Smith (Australia)

Taqele . Naiyaravoro (12min), Rob Horne (23min), Cameron Clark (34min), and Taqele . Naiyaravoro (80min)
Justin Forwood (36min), Masixole Banda (45min), Michael Willemse (66min), and Lionel Cronje (76min)
Bernard Foley (24min) and Bernard Foley (80min)
Lionel Cronje (37min) and Lionel Cronje (67min)
Chris Cloete (32min) and Chris Cloete (52min)
VENUE Allianz Park ( London , England )
REFEREE Rohan Hoffmann (Australia)