Bulls thump Chiefs at Loftus

2011-04-30 18:48

Johannesburg - A spirited second half of Vodacom Super Rugby ensured that the Bulls’ chances of reaching the play-offs were kept alive as they recorded a 43-27 victory against the Chiefs in Pretoria on Saturday.

It was not the first time that the Bulls overturned a first half deficit to go on and win a match, although considering their recent form, this win may be seen as their turning point in the competition.

Trailing 20-13 at the break, the Bulls bounced back with a blitzkrieg of attacking rugby in which they scored three tries in a matter of 10 minutes.

This was also the first time this season they picked up a bonus point for scoring four tries in match.

Two of the four were credited to centre Wynand Olivier who had to deliver an inspiring performance after a shocking showing in the first half.

Flyhalf Morne Steyn added 23 points with the boot through four penalties, four conversions and a drop-goal.

Wing Gerhard van den Heever scored the fourth which, in combination with Steyn’s lethal boot, put the match beyond reach of the visitors.

The Bulls started positively and found themselves deep inside Chiefs territory during the opening exchanges.

They really tested the Chiefs defence to the extent that prop Ben Afeaki was sin-binned for a tip-tackle on flank Deon Stegmann.

Afeaki only returned in the 16th minute but in his absence the Bulls only had three points – courtesy of a Morne Steyn drop-goal – to show for their efforts.

As the tight-head prop made his way back to the field, Chiefs captain Mills Muliaina dived over for the first try of the match after the Bulls had lost the ball cheaply in midfield.

Flyhalf Stephen Donald nailed two more penalties as his side’s structured approach paid-off against the desperation that was evident in the way their hosts handled the ball.

Losing possession cheaply was one of the main concerns the defending champions had coming into this match, and they were again guilty of committing this deadly sin far too frequently.

The best illustration of what happens when the ball is handed over without a fight had to be the freakish knock-on by Springbok centre Wynand Olivier.

Olivier took his eyes of the ball for a split second, and when he opened them, Chiefs scrumhalf Brendon Leonard was already over the try line.

After Stephen Donald’s conversion in the 32nd minute, the Chiefs enjoyed a 20-3 lead.

Even though they were out-classed in all other areas during the first half, the Bulls’ rolling maul restored some respect.

Their long distance drives turned out to be the key element in their victory over the New Zealanders.

It was from that facet of play that the home side put Olivier into a position from where he could start making up for his earlier blunder.

The centre then went on to break the Chiefs line at will and was instrumental in getting his side over the advantage line.

Danie Rossouw’s start at the side of the scrum also seemed to make the Bulls look a far more physical side.

It may have taken them nearly 10 weeks, but the Bulls finally delivered a performance in line with what is expected of a team of their calibre.



15 Zane Kirchner, 14 Bjorn Basson, 13 Stephan Dippenaar, 12 Wynand Olivier, 11 Francois Hougaard, 10 Morne Steyn, 9 Fourie du Preez, 8 Pierre Spies, 7 Dewald Potgieter, 6 Deon Stegmann, 5 Victor Matfield, 4 Bakkies Botha, 3 Werner Kruger, 2 Gary Botha, 1 Dean Greyling

Substitutes: 16 Chiliboy Ralepelle, 17 Rossouw de Klerk, 18 Flip van der Merwe, 19 Danie Rossouw, 20 Francois Brummer, 21 Gerhard van den Heever, 22 Derick Kuun

15 Mils Muliaina (captain), 14 Lelia Masaga, 13 Richard Kahui, 12 Dwayne Sweeney, 11 Save Tokula, 10 Stephen Donald, 9 Brendon Leonard, 8 Fritz Lee, 7 Scott Waldrom, 6 Liam Messam, 5 Romana Graham, 4 Craig Clarke, 3 Ben Afeaki, 2 Aled de Malmanche, 1 Toby Smith

Substitutes: 16 Hika Elliot, 17 Sona Taumalolo, 18 Isaac Ross, 19 Sam Cane, 20 Tawera Kerr-Barlow, 21 Tim Nanai-Williams, 22 Jackson Willison


  • Stormer4eva - 2011-04-30 18:50

    molefeP - You don't need a comeback this time , Congrats on your teams win !!!

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-30 18:54

      Congratulations on the win , I hope all the bulls fans sleep well tonight , I hope my problems don't start now !!!

      molefeP - 2011-04-30 19:01

      Lol, thanks Stormers4eva. It was not pretty, but it was a win! I think garry had a shocker, so did Fourie Dup and the other usual suspects. But I will be able to wear my Bulls Shirt with pride again! Oh, and the Cheetas won as well! Now looking forward to the Stormers/Sharks.

      WPBEFONK - 2011-04-30 21:32

      Just remember this is a win against the 11th placed CHIEFS. So I don't know why the FUSS??

      molefeP - 2011-04-30 22:17

      @WPBEFOK, Ummm, I dont care if it was against the 15th placed team! It was a win!

      What de D... - 2011-04-30 23:34

      @ molefe - losers clutching at straws HAHAA

      Lloyd - 2011-05-01 06:51

      BALSAK, nogsteeds fokkol cups nie, vir 10 jaar en niks gaan verander nie.

      Oukoos - 2011-05-01 07:53

      LLoyd, baie gaan verander. Die grootste verandering is dat die Bulls vir die volgende 10 jaar v*kkol trofeë gaan wen. Maar in ieder geval, geluk met jou spannetjie se oorwinning. EK is bly vir jou onthalwe.

      Whatever - 2011-05-02 01:11

      Lloyd en jy is nogsteeds n dom p@es ook!

      CliffBradley - 2011-05-03 05:35

      Man! I know we're in trouble now, the Bulls are gonna steamroll everything out of their way like the last 5 years

  • Jaco - 2011-04-30 18:51

    That's more like it. Just a pity it's too little, too late.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-30 18:53

      Jaco : Better late than never my mate - Congratulations !!!

      Jaco - 2011-04-30 19:00

      Thanks Cliff.

      ChumScrubber - 2011-05-01 09:51

      Its not too late - all they need to do is reach the quarters, then its all up to BMT - and if memory serves me correctly the Bulls have plenty of that. Awesome turn around, anyone writing these okes off is plain doff.

      CliffBradley - 2011-05-03 05:34

      @ Jaco You welcome you vetgat idiot!

  • Christo - 2011-04-30 18:56

    Go Bulls..whoohoo!! keep the red..

      Hannes van der Linde - 2011-04-30 20:09

      Well done boys, another loss on top of the red jerseys would have been the final blow morally. And I agree keep the red! Lol

  • Muzi Msimango - 2011-04-30 18:58

    Well Done guys we had to win that game.I think the bulls should stick with red jerseys lol. Pierre Spies is slowly getting there he is not even at his best how was that superb flick by pierre to olivier he has superb skills.He needs to improve on defence though. Olivier has a good game he is slowly getting there he was a monster on defence today.I DO NOT WANT JACO PRETORIUS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stephan Dippernaar's time has arrived he clicked with olivier finally the bulls backline looked sharp dippies is a talent he needs game time he has shown that he is way better than pretorius. The bulls are slowly coming back we even made the vodacom cup semi finals great stuff today boys. Watch all the bloggers will say the referee won the game for the bulls. Go red bulls lol

      molefeP - 2011-04-30 19:17

      Well said Muzi, feels really good not to loose for a change!

  • Rugby Rocks - 2011-04-30 18:59

    Well at least 2 SA teams on top this weekend , now just my teams chance - Go Stormers !!!

  • molefeP - 2011-04-30 18:59

    Lol, thanks Stormers4eva. It was not pretty, but it was a win! I think garry had a shocker, so did Fourie Dup and the other usual suspects. But I will be able to wear my Bulls Shirt with pride again!

  • Ampie Calitz - 2011-04-30 19:01

    Die mojo is besig om terug te kom

  • Monica - 2011-04-30 19:11

    Good for you Victor! Proud of you!

  • cupid1984 - 2011-04-30 19:43

    well done bulls. In reality, you can't rely on home games to get points. You have to win away games to get you to the end. On another note, Dear the team players of the Chiefs, If you get a chance please snap off Steven Donalds toes so he doesnt ever kick the ball away and posession when you have 5 minute lefts of the game. ps. Donald is one stupid player, and god forbid he makes the ABs, You might as well hand the WC to the boks, end of game. He makes PDV decisions look like the Einstein of rugby. Yours truly, a disgrunted foreign kiwi student studing in the Republic.

      molefeP - 2011-04-30 21:03

      Hi Cupid, I have to agree. Donalds had a terrible game. But Cruden and Brett did fairly well this weekend. And Matt Berquist is also showing some good form. So there is some hope for you guys. Was a while there where there was only Dan Carter!!!

      ChumScrubber - 2011-05-01 09:55

      I thought only Saffer okes battled with English grammer and spelling - you really a Kiwi?

  • Rugby Rocks - 2011-04-30 20:02

    I Only have one problem , and crap me out all you BB fans , Spies , Olivier & that stupid v d Heever all scored tries ,PdV better go to builders market , get some concrete , they are cemented in the Bok team , no matter that the past part of this season, and the rest they will continue to play like clowns !!! But Still a SA team winning is always good news !!!

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-01 10:35

      @Rugby Rocks - gee, I dont know what to say to this. Thanx, but piss off comes to mind.

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:17

      GraemeBB - Just speaking like it is , they play 1 game where they are slightly mentionworthy and everyone starts dripping like township taps , but Duanne , Jean & Jaques play week in & week out excellent rugby & they get dissed ( Not saying you do , except Duanne - Terrifies you that he is better than Pierre)

  • Muzi Msimango - 2011-04-30 20:16

    The bulls should stick to red bulls it gives them wings lol

  • Carl Muller - 2011-04-30 20:25

    Why did the ball not go all the way top our wings? Congratulations.... Bulls forever. Bring back the blue jerseys.

      Kleinboet - 2011-04-30 22:49

      Carl, die rugby was maar saai - (twee laer orde spanne wat mekaar aangevat het en een moes noodwendig wen!) - maar moet sê die bulle het beter gelyk in die rooi truie as daardie blou streepsakke wat hulle gewoonlik dra! Enige verandering is 'n verbetering.

      BTRX - 2011-05-01 08:19

      Kleinboet Maak nie saak of die Bulle met 40 punte verskil of 10 punte wen nie, volgens die ander spanne se ondersteuners is ons altyd saai, so saai dat ons die stormers verlede jaar in die eindstryd laat les opsê het. En vergeet jy die 2009 thumping wat ons die Chiefs toe gegee het. Die blou bulle word altyd as vuil spelers uitgewys, het jy die game tussen die Stormers en Sharks gesien (vuilgat stormers soos min ander)

      Kleinboet - 2011-05-02 21:49

      Beatrix (dis mos waarvoor die BTRX staan, dan nie?) hou op in die verlede leef. Ons praat van nou en hier. Jammer as die Stormers te hard speel vir meisies soos jy, Beatrix. Kyk liewer netbal.

  • Johan E. - 2011-04-30 21:34

    Mark my words, Stomer supporters will now again blame CJ for the Bulls' win...

      Andy49 - 2011-04-30 22:00

      What a stupid comment, all the preceding comments were positive, even from Stormers supporters. Then you stroll in with this diatribe.

      molefeP - 2011-04-30 22:18

      It takes all kinds Andy

      CliffBradley - 2011-05-01 05:53

      molefeP -Andy49 - : They have a right to live , but jeez why so sour !!!

      Louw - 2011-05-01 10:40

      @Johan e,Nee ons doen nie maar nou dat jy daarvan wil praat het julle toevallig twee driee van n onkant posisie die bal gekry maar ou BLOUber het dit vir een of ander rede nie raak gesien nie. So gaan kyk dan maar weer die game na jou k3k komentaar.

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:18

      Why ?

  • Robynsky - 2011-04-30 21:35

    I am happy the Bulls won, but I am not convinced, I mean the Chiefs are a real Parra team. its like beating the Lions by that much, its something you expect. I wanna see them beat a good team like that. Then I will say the Bulls are back.

      BardofAvon - 2011-04-30 22:20

      But the passion was there, Robynsky... and for me that speaks volumes. Also bear in mind that we came back from a big first-half deficit. Hope springs eternal.

  • Bulls always - 2011-04-30 21:51

    Its interesting how a small change can make such a difference. With Danie Rossouw there Piere could return to a role more suited to him, and Danie is much better on the crash ball. Brilliant move taking out the wings with no defence. What a difference two defencive wings makes to a game. Gerhard wasn't back for 30 seconds and the Chiefs ran over him. The old man Akona was my man of the match , both on defence and attacking the kicks. This combination just works much better. Go Bulls

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:20

      Always said Gerhard was a flash in the pan , but I get shot down , You are 100% Danie made a moer of an improvement !!!

  • crocowild - 2011-04-30 22:14

    It looks like Danie Rossouw was the missing ingredient,added only after injury to Potgieter.Please keep him there now.Still a lot to work on,but enjoy the win and congratulations.

  • Flamewulf - 2011-04-30 22:18

    So it's no longer the Blue Bulls, but the Red Bulls ...

      What de D... - 2011-04-30 23:35

      still a bunch of losers...

  • BardofAvon - 2011-04-30 22:46

    Joels stranki could not have chosen a worse moment to say that the Bulls have "serious psychological challenges" (you could hear that he actually wanted to say "problems"). At that very moment, if you listened carefully, you could've heared a dull "voom" as the Bulls' afterburners came on. I love the passion of Hugh Bladen, but next time I hear Bull-hater stranki's voice, I shall hit the mute button or switch to the Afrikaans commentary.

      Kleinboet - 2011-04-30 22:56

      Mr B, don't kill the messenger! It's not his fault if your team performs less than satisfactory! Look elsewhere.

      René Müller - 2011-05-01 07:34

      I will listen to Xhoza as long as I don't have to listen to Stansky! I wish Hugh can get another partner when commenting on Bulls games. Some strange reason, he (Joel) hates the Bulls but always comments on it! Not lekker! He sucks big time!!!

      BTRX - 2011-05-01 08:22

      I totally agree BardofAvon, Stranski flourished when the bulls are down, just like the rest of the country non bulls supporters. I hate listening to the man when he reports on a bulls game!!!!!!!

      Andre - 2011-05-01 10:02

      I think Joel called it right. There was a marked change in Matfields attitude once the team started firing and the pressure came off. It was interesting to watch/listen to the bulls over the last few weeks as the mental toll was telling. Sport is really funny and I admire the bulls for backing themselves, sticking to their guns when they got crucified by their supporters. Also interesting to see them now that the confidence started returning. Admittedly I'm only an after hours sportsman but you gotta be some sort of sportsperson to appreciate the highs and lows that come with any sport. Its not easy being the subject of arm-chair critics and the piercing media and supporters. Lots of them wrote the bulls off and its clear matfield was hurting. The relief on the bulls's faces was evident on all the bulls faces.Its not like they're are now serious contenders but they proofed they're not a bad side. baby steps from here on but at least they can build again. Unfortunately every game is a final.

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:22

      BardofAvon : he is like that with all the SA teams , forever critisising them for no reason .

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:23

      René Müller Read my comment , not only Bulls , looks like he is pissed off because he got to old to play anymore

      Blouste-Blou - 2011-05-03 15:54

      René, it is so obvious, old Stransky's anti-Bull commentary. I simply cannot believe that it is tolerated on National TV. Imagine if he had the same to say about the Stormers! Hugh Bladen is not much better though - and let's not start with Paulse and the cherry on top, Toks vd Linde!

  • GraemeBB - 2011-04-30 23:04

    There I was at half time, my face voda-red, from anger. Same shit, different game. The Bulls then murdered a poor Chiefs side in the second half. The Bulls did the basics right, and put 30 points on the board. I certainly dont think that the Bulls are back, but as a supporter, there is hope that they will play better for the remainder of the season. Well done boys.

      Dan - 2011-05-01 07:51

      Just wonder why the Bulls never played like the 20 minutes after half time. I guess it is just one of those seasons. Stormers and Bulls (for 40min) were great.

      ChumScrubber - 2011-05-01 10:00

      When the game started it seemed the Bulls were heading for a hiding - what a radical turn around, much more so than the Brumbies attempted comeback against the Cheetahs. If the Bulls can keep this us, they're still in with a big chance. Kick and chase perfected again - and at last vdHeever started looking the part again.

  • Creeky - 2011-04-30 23:15

    Vlou Bulle..... or as their new name says... RED NGUNI's..... seem to have LIFTED their games a little... Suppose they did NOT want to be equated to the LIONS with their RED outfits.... Still was hoping for them to wear BROWN SHORTS!!!!!!!!

      Dan - 2011-05-01 07:53

      Not great sportmanship there hey? Almost like the boooooooing at Newlands when the Sharks ran onto the field. A bit dusgusting. If you can't support all SA teams, you are not even worthy to chat to.

  • Whatever - 2011-05-01 02:46

    Well they won the game with a fantastic 15 minutes, 5 before halftime and 10 minutes thereafter. The Bok stars still didn’t do that much better. Olivier had a better 2nd half.Du Preez still not 60% of what he is suppose to offer. Steyn still kicks well but his distribution and defence is still questionable.Bakkies and Matfield is no longer the best lock combo in SA and Stegman is just plain dumb! Spies still useless. How many paying spectators attended the game?

      Dan - 2011-05-01 07:56

      Hell my friend, what do you really want to see from the Bok players? Spies actually had a great game. Maybe it is time you start viewing games as a true South African - if that has any meaning for you. Steyn just showed again that he is still way above the other no.10's in this country. Du Preez, Bakkies and Matfield are however not on song I agree.

      Rugby Rocks - 2011-05-01 15:25

      Ronel - Dont wish to tell a lady to piss off , but in your case it is a pleasure - Bakkies is dirtier and plays with wrong aggression , not the Stormers !!!

  • Claude - 2011-05-01 07:15

    Well done Bulls the altitude at Fortress Loftus finally worked in your favour.

      Count Olaf - 2011-05-01 08:16

      Altitude after 47 mintes. Really now.

      watalife - 2011-05-01 08:54

      12582 is the distance one must travel from Hamilton to Moftus, Craig Joubert is a joke and should be selected as inside center for bulls. bulls...suck

      watalife - 2011-05-01 08:56

      12582 is the distance one must travel from Hamilton to Moftus and not the crowd attendance that was given a free gate pass to support Craig Joubert and his bulls side, Craig Joubert is a joke and should be selected as inside center for bulls. bulls...suck

      Blouste-Blou - 2011-05-03 15:59

      I'm glad this "watalife-character" is a Stormer-supporter and NOT a Bulls one. We really are much better off.

  • Ronel - 2011-05-01 08:54

    congrats to the bulls doesn`t matter if its a top team or 15th placed one its a win,just a shame you got some momentum now you have a week off,i am just wondering if it was bakkies that jump in to the rucks with elbows and from the wrong side like cj and other stormers he would have been suspended again but because it was the stormers they are above the rules,please bring us a ref that is not scared of schalkie and rassie like stuart dickenson

  • Muzi Msimango - 2011-05-01 09:07

    We must not get carried away by the win.But i believe that the bulls will rise again as the dominant force in SA rugby. Heynke Meyer is rebuilding a new dynasty and a new generation of players.That vodacom cup side is very i mean very talented and strong.Juandre Kruger will be a bok watch this space he will be captain the bulls next season he has done a wonderful job.Remember that mtn lions side had alot of super 15 rugby players in it.We had 14 men and we won that tells me that these youngsters have alot on BMT.Even at flyhalf i know the bulls have a plan for brummer..boshoff and i hope they have given shaun dunlop a contract.We will not rush brummer..boshoff and dunlop and co we will slowly nurture them to take over from morne steyn.Look at patrick lambie last night he was no where besides his kicking.Brummer..Boshoff could have easily become like elton jantjies who looks rather poor now hype and hype will destroy a player.Dippernaar and watermeyer will rise this season in the currie cup they will rattle a few feathers watch this space.I have hope that we will improve as the season progresses.

  • Vivid1 - 2011-05-01 10:01

    Too little too late. Best bulls can hope for is 'best of the bottom' (7th or 8th) because both sharks and stormers will whip them big time! Stormers can start dusting the cupboard - S14 is theirs!

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-01 11:07

      @Vivid1 - Stormers will never win the S14 - I will bet all I have on that one, unless the Lions pull out of the S15.

      Vivid1 - 2011-05-01 11:11

      Of course yes - that should be S15 :-)

      Vivid1 - 2011-05-01 11:19

      Regardless of what happens from now, I believe the bulls management will do their franchise a favour by giving more new players a chance to play. Play the 'old men' (Vic, FDP, Bakkies, WO etc) from the bench. They (the new guys) won't win it for them, but they'll be building for next year. Stormers did it previous 2 years and their team has now matured and is by far our (SA's) best bet.

      Marcell - 2011-05-01 13:02

      Dream on!

      Blouste-Blou - 2011-05-03 16:01

      Vivid1, maybe you must get the champagne bottle out of the fridge - AGAIN! You are going to eat this last sentence of yours - mark my words!

  • Bill - 2011-05-01 12:12

    What worries me in the wee hours of the night is that the world's two best locks of the last decade are both showing their age. Bakkies and Victor were my 1st choice locks for the World XV to take on all-comers. But..... Where these two were unbossable and unstoppable they are both looking a bit "John Smit" and a season to far down the line. Is this just form or is it time to let the youngsters like Bekker and Elstadt wear the green and gold as first choice locks? I also worry when people say that Winkelpop Wynand is a great centre. He had a shocking first half and is nothing more than a crashball runner. He never passes the ball and often just runs into traffic and dies with the ball. Sometimes he tackles well, and sometimes te Bulls leak tries....

  • CliffBradley - 2011-05-01 15:12

    molefeP: Hey man , sorry for the comments from WPBEFONK & What de D... , we ( Stormer supporters ) are not all like that !!!

      molefeP - 2011-05-01 16:32

      Hey Cliff, you know me... If they want to talk rugby I will do anything to accomedate them. but if they want to talk kak, then they go on ignore. Life is WAY to short to spend worrying about asses like that. ;-) Like you, I am here because I love rugby. Simple as that.

      CliffBradley - 2011-05-03 05:32

      I know Molefe. Don't forget to kiss your brothers pee pee

  • Ruperdo - 2011-05-01 15:41

    Suster OLIEVIER moes " MAN OF THE MATCH " GEWEES HET............... H y het 3 mal die bal gepass..................

      huffelsuffel - 2011-05-01 19:04

      en jou ma myt van die jaar ruperdo Molefe i agree with you.lets talk hulle wil kak praat dan moet ulle dit op n ander plek gaan doen.

  • Whatever - 2011-05-01 20:38

    Ek dink ons almal weet en sal saamstem dat die verdedigende kampioene terug is en van hier af als uit hul pad gaan vee. Soos hulle 3 uit die laaste 4 jaar gedoen het. Ons kan almal in een stem se: Hierdie is die beste provinsiale rugby span wat die planeet ooit gesien het. Die arme Stometjies (ja sonne. tanne) en hul lae-klas arrogante ondersteuners gaan nie meer lekker slapies (op of af van hul sussies) van hier af nie. Nog net 3 jaartjies dan's dit 20 jaar Super koppieloos julle outjies. Go stometjies go go go...

      Whatever - 2011-05-02 01:17

      @Effel (die wannabee MAN Whatever) Jy is tog soooooo snaaks ma se seun met die klein peestertjie en die groot bek om al die groot peesters te kan vat.Wil jy sooooooooooo graag Whatever wees my ou kroeskoppie?Lekker wank hoor.Sê my hoe maak jy want jou hand is sekerlik te groot.Gebruik jy 2 vingers en een om jou bril mee op te skuif terwyl jy wank!?

      Effel - 2011-05-02 01:38

      Nee wat, ek word gewank, ek doen dit nie self nie. En anders as jy is dit nie my boetie wat my wank nie

      huffelsuffel - 2011-05-02 10:33

      Kyk what ever Ek is bly vir jou positieve houding ek is ook n trotse blou bul(ma nie die wat my kinders blou verf en bier o m boep lat balenseer nie)LOL Ek stem die bulle is baie goeie span ma km ons wees eerlik met mekaar nie die jaar nie dalk volgene jaar of daar na en dis sad vir m om dit te se en my hart is nie lekke daar oor nie ma ek dink dis die jaar van die stormers en di sharks hulle verdien war hulle is e ek is bly vir hulle en hulle supporters on weet mos hoe dit voel wen of verloor

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  • Ockie - 2011-05-02 17:47

    Die Bulls het beter gedoen omdat Danie Rossouw die kombinasie met losvoorspelers beter laat werk het. Skielik hoef Spies nie al die stormram werk te gedoen het nie en was die plig verdeel. Derhalwe het Spies beter vertoon. Potgieter is 'n goeie speler, maar ek dink nie die kombinasie werk nie. Aangesien die voorspelers dus beter gedoen het, kon Du Preez weer vinnig skoonmaak en was Steyn uitstekend. Dit is die beproefde spelpatroon van die Bulle, maar dit werk ongelukkig slegs as die plan reg voor uitgevoer word en daarvoor benodig die Bulle baie fisieke spelers om die teenstanders te oordonder!

      Kleinboet - 2011-05-02 21:43

      Nee, Ockie, dis die nuwe truie wat die manne laat moed skep het!

  • CliffBradley - 2011-05-03 05:30

    I must admit the Bulls looked very impressive on Sat. It's an honour and a privilege to watch them fire on all cylinders like that. I'd love to be part of that elite Blue Bull family, so this is official now, I'm changing to be a Bulls fan! Go Bulls go, lets make it 4 cups in 5 years!!

  • Blouste-Blou - 2011-05-03 15:48

    Oukoos, never in the history of the Bulls did 10 years pass without a trophy!

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