Currie Cup

Pumas edge SWD at the death

2013-09-14 07:37
JC Roos (Gallo Images)

George - A last minute penalty from JC Roos gave the Pumas a 28-27 (half-time 13-18) victory over the SWD Eagles in a Currie Cup First Division match at a cloudy and cold Outeniqua Park on Friday, to maintain their unbeaten status.

The Pumas outscored their hosts with three tries to two as Roos contributed 13 points with three penatlies and two conversions.

His opposite number, Justin van Staden, won the battle of boot with a haul of 17 points with four penalties, a conversion and a drop-goal.

Scorers:

Eagles:

Tries: Gerhard Smith, Schalk Oelofse

Conversion: Justin van Staden

Penalties: Van Staden (4)

Drop goal: Van Staden

Pumas:

Tries: Rosco Speckman (2), Coenie van Wyk

Conversions: JC Roos (2)

Penalties: Roos (3)

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