Stormers too strong for Eagles

2016-01-30 19:25
Kurt Coleman (Gallo Images)

George - The Stormers ran in six tries as they secured a comfortable 40-15 victory over the South Western Districts Eagles in their pre-season friendly at Outeniqua Park in George on Saturday.

Head coach Robbie Fleck made wholesale changes at half-time as he sought to give as many players as possible a chance to get some game-time against a determined Eagles side.

The Stormers scored two tries in the first half and four in the second, in front of an enthusiastic crowd in George, in a convincing display in the sweltering heat.



Tries: Zas 3, Coleman 1, Carr 1, Ncgukana 1

Cons: Coleman 2, Du Preez 3

SWD Eagles:

Tries: Muller 1, du Plessis 1

Cons: Graaf 1

Pens: Moos 1


Stormers squad: Nizaam Carr, Kurt Coleman, Jan de Klerk, Jean-Luc du Plessis, Robert du Preez, Pieter-Steph du Toit, Rynhardt Elstadt, Huw Jones, Oliver Kebble, Jean Kleyn, Frans Malherbe, Golden Masimla, Bongi Mbonambi, Sikhumbuzo Notshe, Khanyo Ncgukana, Justin Phillips, JD Schickerling, Louis Schreuder, Sti Sithole, JP Smith, Jaco Taute, Brandon Thompson, Kobus van Wyk, JC Janse van Rensburg, Jurie van Vuuren, Alistair Vermaak, Jano Vermaak, Jacques Vermeulen, Michael Willemse, Leolin Zas

Eagles: 15 Leegan Moos, 14 Clint Wagman, 13 Daniel Roberts, 12 Martin du Toit, 11 Charles Radebe, 10 Hansie Graaf, 9 Mzo Dyantyi (captain), 8  Christo du Plessis, 7 Davon Raubenheimer, 6 Wayne Khan, 5 Grant le Roux, 4 Peet vd Walt, 3 Dean Hopp, 2 Kurt Haupt, 1 Lyle Delo.

Replacement from – Mark Pretorius, Johan Steyn, Brianton Booysen, Dillon Snell, Devron Jansen, Creswin Josephs, Juandre Digue, Fizel Fredericks, Marco Kruger, Hentzwill Pedro, Buran Parks, Jaquin Jansen, Gershwin Muller, Wilnet Engelbrecht, Francois Kepm.

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