Bok women put to the sword

2014-08-05 23:06
Zenay Jordaan (Getty Images)
Marcoussis - The Springbok women's team have been trounced 55-3 by hosts France in their Women's Rugby World Cup pool match.

Zenay Jordaan scored South Africa's only points of the match with a 42nd minute penalty.

This is the Bok women's second loss of the tournament after losing their opening encounter to Australia 26-3.

They will play their final pool match on Saturday against Wales at 17:00.

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15 Jessy Tremouliere, 14 Elodie Guiglion, 13 Elodie Poublan, 12 Marjorie Mayans, 11 Camille Grassineau, 10 Christelle Le Duff, 9 Jennifer Troncy, 8 Safi N'Diaye, 7 Manon Andre, 6 Koumiba Djossouvi, 5 Assa Koita, 4 Sandra Rabier, 3 Elodie Portaries, 2 Laetitia Salles, 1 Lise Arricastre

Substitutes: 16 Gaelle Mignot, 17 Christelle Chobet, 18 Marine De Nadai, 19 Laetitia Grand, 20 Sandrine Agricole, 21 Caroline Ladagnous, 22 Yanna Rivoalen

South Africa:
15 Siviwe Basweni, 14 Veroeshka Grain, 13 Benele Makwezela, 12 Lorinda Brown, 11 Phumeza Gadu, 10 Zenay Jordaan, 9 Fundiswa Plaatjie, 8 Shona-Leah Weston, 7 Vuyolwethu Vazi, 6 Lamla Momoti, 5 Nolusindiso Booi, 4 Celeste Adonis, 3 Cebisa Kula, 2 Denita Wentzel, 1 Portia Jonga

Substitutes: 16 Nwabisa Ngxatu, 17 Asithandile Ntoyanto, 18 Rachelle Geldenhuys, 19 Andrea Mentoor, 20 Tayla Kinsey, 21 Zandile Nojoko, 22 Cindy Cant


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