Vodacom Super 14

Blues lead Chiefs

2010-05-15 10:33
Stephen Brett (file)
Cape Town - The Blues lead the Chiefs 12-6 at half time in their Super 14 match in Auckland on Saturday.

The Blues scored two tries in the first half courtesy of Paul Williams and Benson Stanley, with Stephen Brett converting the one, whilst the Chiefs could only muster two penalties through Trent Renata.


Blues - Tries: Paul Williams, Benson Stanley. Conversion: Stephen Brett.
Chiefs - Penalties: Trent Renata (2).


15. Paul Williams, 14. Joe Rokocoko, 13. Rene Ranger / Luke McAlister, 12. Benson Stanley, 11. Rudi Wulf, 10. Stephen Brett, 9. Alby Mathewson, 8. Viliami Ma’afu, 7. Serge Lilo, 6. Jerome Kaino/Peter Saili, 5. Anthony Boric, 4. Kurtis Haiu, 3. John Afoa, 2. Keven Mealamu, 1. Tony Woodcock

Substitutes: 16. Tom McCartney, 17. Charlie Faumuina, 18. Filo Paulo, 19. Tom Chamberlain, 20. Chris Smylie, 21. Daniel Kirkpatrick, 22. George Pisi

15. Tim Nanai-Williams, 14. Save Tokula, 13. Jackson Willison, 12. Phil Burleigh, 11. Jason Hona, 10. Trent Renata, 9. Brendon Leonard, 8. Colin Bourke, 7. Tanerau Latimer, 6. Liam Messam (captain), 5. Culum Retallick, 4. Craig Clarke, 3. Ben Afeaki, 2. Aled de Malmanche, 1. Toby Smith

Substitutes: 16. Hika Elliot, 17. Tristan Moran, 18. Kevin O’Neill, 19. Luke Braid 20. Junior Poluleuligaga, 21. Siale Piutau, 22. Tim Mikkelson

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