Vodacom Super 14

Stormers down at half time

2010-04-02 12:55
Schalk Burger (Gallo)
Perth - The Western Force and the Stormers go into the second half locked in a tight Super 14 battle in Perth. The Force lead 7-6.

In a scrappy affair, riddled with handling errors, the Stormers opened the scoring with a penalty from flyhalf Peter Grant but the Force replied with a try from the returning David Pocock, which was converted by James O’Connor.

Peter Grant added another penalty to send the match into half time at 7-6 to the Force.


Western Force:
Tries: Pocock
Conversions: O’Connor

Penalties: Grant (2)


Western Force:
15. James O’Connor, 14. Scott Staniforth, 13. Mitch Inman, 12. Ryan Cross, 11. Mark Bartholomeusz, 10. David Hill, 9. Chris O’Young, 8. Matt Hodgson, 7. David Pocock, 6. Ben McCalman, 5. Nathan Sharpe (captain), 4. Tom Hockings, 3. Tim Fairbrother, 2. Ben Whittaker, 1. Pek Cowan

Substitutes: 16. Nathan Charles, 17. Matt Dunning, 18. Richard Stanford, 19. Richard Brown, 20. Justin Turner, 21. Sam Harris, 22. Haig Sare

15. Gio Aplon, 14. Sireli Naqelevuki, 13. Jaque Fourie, 12. Tim Whitehead, 11. Bryan Habana, 10. Peter Grant, 9. Ricky Januarie, 8. Duane Vermeulen, 7. Francois Louw, 6. Schalk Burger (captain), 5. Andries Bekker, 4. De Kock Steenkamp, 3. Brok Harris, 2. Tiaan Liebenberg, 1. JC Kritzinger

Substitutes: 16. Deon Fourie, 17. Eusebio Guinazu, 18. Anton van Zyl, 19. Pieter Louw, 20. Dewaldt Duvenage, 21. Willem de Waal, 22. Frikkie Welsh


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