Stormers end Canberra jinx

2011-05-28 13:21

Garrin Lambley

Cape Town - The Stormers have recorded their first ever win over the Brumbies at Canberra Stadium in a scrappy Vodacom Super Rugby clash to keep their title chances on track on Saturday.

The Stormers won 16-3 after leading 6-3 at half-time.

The Stormers scored the only try of the match through flank Francois Louw. Flyhalf Kurt Coleman was on target with the conversion and two penalties, while fullback Gio Aplon also kicked a penalty.

The Brumbies, who suffered a late blow when flyhalf Matt Giteau was forced to withdraw with an injury, replied with a penalty by centre Christian Lealiifano.

The Stormers picked up four points for their victory to strengthen their lead atop the South African Conference and third position in the overall standings.

The Brumbies left empty-handed, and stayed fourth and 13th in the Australia Conference and overall log respectively.

In next weekend's Round 16 action, the Stormers travel to Melbourne to face the Rebels, while the Brumbies visit Brisbane to take on the high-flying Reds.


15 Pat McCabe, 14 Henry Speight, 13 Tyrone Smith, 12 Christian Lealiifano, 11 Adam Ashley-Cooper, 10 Matt Toomua, 9 Josh Valentine, 8 Ita Vaea, 7 Julian Salvi, 6 Mitchell Chapman, 5 Mark Chisholm, 4 Ben Hand, 3 Ben Alexander, 2 Stephen Moore (captain), 1 Jono Owen.

Substitutes: 16 Anthony Hegarty, 17 Jerry Yanuyanutawa, 18 Peter Kimlin, 19 Michael Hooper, 20 Patrick Phibbs, 21 Robbie Coleman, 22 Andrew Smith.

15 Conrad Jantjes, 14 Gio Aplon, 13 Jaque Fourie, 12 Juan de Jongh, 11 Bryan Habana, 10 Kurt Coleman, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nick Koster, 7 Francois Louw, 6 Schalk Burger (captain), 5 Andries Bekker, 4 Rynhardt Elstadt, 3 Brok Harris, 2 Deon Fourie, 1 Wicus Blaauw

Substitutes: 16 Tiaan Liebenberg, 17 Stephen Kitshoff, 18 Anton van Zyl, 19 Duane Vermeulen, 20 Ricky Januarie, 21 Jean de Villiers, 22 Johann Sadie


  • Lloyd - 2011-05-28 13:26

    Thanks Marius.

      daspoort - 2011-05-28 13:32


      daspoort - 2011-05-28 13:33

      Wat se jy nou ou maat??? Gaan seker weer iets se soos "ja, maar die Stormers het nog geen cup in 10 jaar gewen". Ons tyd sal kom. Een tree op 'n slag, wedstryd vir wedstryd.

      WPBEFONK - 2011-05-28 13:34

      Dit was nie MOOI nie, maar 'n wen is 'n wen LLOYD. Dit was my 5de keuse losskakel wat gespeel het. LLOYD = 'n JALOERSE rugby fan!!!!!!!!!

      Lloyd - 2011-05-28 13:41

      Ja BALSAK, ek is kak jaloers. Op wat weet ek nie.

      WPBEFONK - 2011-05-28 13:50

      @LLOYD-Wanneer gaan jy erken dat die stormers op die regte pad is. Dink jy, ons le by LUCK derde op die OVERALL log. We had to fight. We won all 6 our local derbies. Wat se dit en is jy nou by die werk? Want ek sien jy't internet beskikbaar??

      Brannas - 2011-05-28 13:57

      With plenty of help from ref Jonker the stormers made it. Shite game and only scored one miserable try, Nothing to be proud of, rather be worried, it's not the end of the tournament yet. Stormakies bly maar n' kak span de luxe.

      Kaapie - 2011-05-28 14:30

      Are you saying Jonker favored the Stormers? If so then look at the game again. In any game refs are going to make some bad calls and for the most part good ones. Ophou kak praat.

      Marcell - 2011-05-28 14:43

      Geluk aan die stompies. Kaapie: jy het seker al klaar 'n papsak of twee agter die blad. JA, plonker Jonker het die stompies bevoordeel. JA, alle refs maak foute maar die een het elke keer dieselfde span bevoordeel. Erken dit voordat die papsak praat.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 14:51

      We won the game. It was ugly and it was an error fest. Funny thing is: we have 4 points. Go figure. Brannas and Co must really suck at Superbru...what with all their Stormers to be beaten predictions..I hope these "kenners" aren't betting men. Jonker trying very hard to get asylum in OZ (political refugee possibly?) How was Fourie's try not allowed? Oh well, we'll take the win. Good luck Cheetahs and Sharks. The Bulls don't need luck....because as we all hear daily, they are in a class of their own. And well done Lions - the Bulls and Sharks owe you chaps a few players in return for this favour.

      daspoort - 2011-05-28 15:11

      @Brannas 1 - "With plenty of help from ref Jonker the stormers made it." Whatever you idiot. Now its the ref, always searching for reasons to play down a winning Stormer performance. 2 "Shite game and only scored one miserable try" Have to agree it was not the greatest game to watch, but we will take that win. 3 " Nothing to be proud of, rather be worried" Why, we WON! And we did not play to our ability. And we still won 16-3. 4 "Stormakies bly maar n' kak span de luxe." Ok Brannas, ons is 'n kak span. Jissie, met so 'n kak span le ons darem op 'n lekker plek op die log, en het ons die blou bulle op Moftus opgedonner. Dit met 'n kak Stormer span. As ek jy is skaam ek my dood dat die magtige blou balle teen die kak Stormers verloor het. Go Stormers!!! Kan nie wag dat julle begin goed raak volgens Brannas nie, dan k*k die blou balle HARD!!!

      ikilladabull - 2011-05-28 15:12

      The funny thing is they back the Stormers on Superbru every week.

      Brannas - 2011-05-28 16:52

      @SAFFA. I’m impressed, I’ve never seen such a small mind inside such a big head like your before.

      CliffBradley - 2011-05-29 06:00

      Brannas - You are so sick , if you look at the Bulls game , you will without dought & any B-S argument there was much more help dished up to the Bulls by the ref , so STFU

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-30 05:42

      Ek sien Skaapsteker Bradley is weer op sy maandstonde, hel ek lag my pap vir die arme idiotiese skermunkel. En Cliffie, ek "dought" of jy tot by 10 kan tel. 'DOUGHT' DOUBT man! En dan wonder jy hoekom ek julle laat sing???? En herhaal: "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard.

  • SoulDaddy - 2011-05-28 13:27

    safe masekind

  • WPBEFONK - 2011-05-28 13:27

    To ALL those Blue Fools out there, I'm still on track with my predictions: The Lions to SNEAK it by 3 - ACHIEVED Stormers by 12 - ACHIEVED Sharks by 15 Cheetahs by 20!!!!!

      thumper - 2011-05-28 14:28

      Go Waratahs! Go Cheetahs!

      Carl Muller - 2011-05-28 16:33

      Gaan jy nie kak voel as die Bulle wen nie.... Jou laaste 3 weke was jy verkeerd.... Bulls forever...

      molefeP - 2011-05-28 22:55

      Bet you feel a right prat now!

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-29 16:31

      And Thumper got thumped again!

  • daspoort - 2011-05-28 13:28

    Met geen top losskakel en talle beserings het die Stormers nogsteeds dit deurgehaak. Well done boys!!

  • Ockie - 2011-05-28 13:34

    Well done Stormers. A win is a win ... does not matter how bad it looks.

  • capeflats - 2011-05-28 13:36

    jislaaik dit was nou slordig spel, maar 4punte is beter as niks

  • Andy49 - 2011-05-28 13:40

    Another 4 point win for The STORMERS but are the lack of bonus points (only 4 so far) going to come back & bite us at the end?

      capeflats - 2011-05-28 13:46

      sh*t I hope not

      WPBEFONK - 2011-05-28 13:54

      Very good question Andy. I thought we could get 10 points out of the 2 australian games. But it just show you, not to underestimate any team in this competition...

      Mike@CapeT - 2011-05-28 14:34

      At the end of the day, a win is a win....and it is points we have got, well done Stormers. The Bulls and the Sharks have still got to go out and get them! It is the business end of the competition now....I hope both are beaten. We don't need them breathing down our necks at this stage! To all those supporters who were predicting that we would smash them....please curb your enthusiam. It is amazing how comments like that can put the mockers on a team. It was never going to be an easy game

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-28 15:32

      @CapeT Mikie, well done their Naas Botha ("at the end of the day") you guys defeated the blind. Oh, but I remember now, nothing matters anymore, the cup stands at Newlands already. I mean a quarter final semi, final and final against the likes of the Reds, Crusaders, Bulls/Blues doesn't mean a thing.

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-28 15:33


      Gazza69 - 2011-05-30 12:02

      Never mind the bonus points, can we field a full team??? Bloody Earl Rose is being brought in......crisis time!

  • Grunk - 2011-05-28 13:50

    The 3 tries that they butchered would have given the Stormers the points that reflected the true situation of the game - but butchered them they did. This was the perfect game against relatively weak opposition that should have given Habana tthe chance to show that he had not lost the plot completely. Unfortunately he butchered the one try; missed two very easy tackles on players running around him; and dropped/missed completely a high ball coming down on him with no pressure on him. Need I say more.......

      Brannas - 2011-05-28 13:59

      Add Earl Rose to the mix, and he will be the perfect partner for Habana, Can't go wrong with that combination.

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 14:09

      Did you see the shoulder injury he sestained while being merely handed off by the brumbies nr 14? Gotta feel sorry for this guy, not his fault hes continiously being selected

      Grunk - 2011-05-28 14:26

      The last person I am blaming is him. He has given us all fantastic pleasure in the past. The people I am blaming are the provincial and national selectors who, for some reason, after at least 40 matches of giving him the chance instead of allowing great youngsters to step up - just hasn't got it any more.

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 14:48

      Totaly agree with you Grunk, Allistair and PDV should take the blame for Habanas form at the moment. This guy set the world alite 3 years back. He was world class. Hes been of the boil for 2 years now, and continiously selecting him did not help his cause at all! You can see by his body langauge hes got no confidence left in him. I realy feal for him, hes been miss managed!

  • Pooh-Bear - 2011-05-28 13:58

    I know it's just a typo but "Stormers end Canberra hoodoo"... and "The Stormers have beaten the Brumbies Brisbane" !

  • Roman Candle - 2011-05-28 14:01

    A deserved victory - defensive Trojans that they were. Stormers have scored so few tries this season, and lean heavily on their defensive pattern to build presure, culminating in penalties, which they turn to points. It is a good stratefy to take to the RWC. However, it has not helped Brian H though.... Not ready to write him off, but all (great) players loose form, and then must sit it out and pay their dues till form appears. If we contimue to select on reputation alone, then perhaps Ray Mordt should stay clear of Newlands carrying a tog-bag.

  • Northern Stormer - 2011-05-28 14:04

    Oops, nou het die ref ons bevoordeel !!! Swak rugby maar effektief !!!

  • Whoosa - 2011-05-28 14:06

    All i'm gonna say is, GOOD LUCK JAKE WHITE........

  • Northern Stormer - 2011-05-28 14:14

    Top 9 teams - Log points after this weekend; Reds 58 Blues 54 Stormers 52 Crusaders 48 Waratahs 45 Highlanders 44 Sharks 47 Bulls 40 Cheetahs 38

      WPBEFONK - 2011-05-28 15:11

      En die MAGTIGE stormers is 12 punte voor die BULLETJIES. Is dit geluk, LLOYD??

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-28 23:46

      @Northern Stormer - eat your words buddy. You guys are too busy hoping the Bulls lose to keep perspective.

  • Whoosa - 2011-05-28 14:18

    " Coleman will be fine, great hands and a 10 that gets his backline rocking. Goal kicking pretty solid as well. He shows very little fear and will be well protected" - Another "brilliant" prediction by saffa-cat!

      Kaapie - 2011-05-28 14:33

      He may not have set the world alight, but then again he only joined them on monday and have shown glimpses of a really good flyhalf. Probably better than most 2nd stringrs playing s15 in SA

      Mike@CapeT - 2011-05-28 14:36

      Nothing wrong with that prediction - he is showing signs of being a class act. Just put it down to first night nerves!

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 14:43

      Glimpses?Jeez i'm not convinced, he was pritty poor! But ja maybe i'm judging him to early, suppose its fair to say nerves got the better of him. Gongrats on the win, it was awfal, but 4 point is 4 points!

      Roman Candle - 2011-05-28 14:43

      @ Whoosa... Easy going man, Saffa was not all wrong, Coleman was well protected.... So much so, that in mitigation, the man was surprised when he got the ball. He has some skills, and would be nice to see what he does when he is let out of cotton wool.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 14:45

      Oh dear Ramesis. The kid was nervous, he has shown no fear when I have seen him play before, and I HAVE seen him play before, unlike you obviously. He is surely entitled to a few nerves? The fact that the management team instructed the rest of the team to ignore him on the field didn't help much....If you watched carefully you would have seen Juan de Jongh played 1st receiver 85% of the time (not Colemans fault) He is TALENTED, end of. And for a flyhalf behind Grant, van Aswegen, Cronje, Lane (injured), Catchikilis (who has a rib injury) etc he did not do badly. Hells truth - must a debutante be man of the match for you to give any credit? Go and watch a few of Colemans games, then come back and tell me what I said about the lid was wrong. Eish.

      Kleinboet - 2011-05-28 15:01

      I'm prepared to give the kid a chance! We all start soemwhere. Before the game even the great Naas Botha said he should just go out and play a conservative game, e,i. do what he must do and not try to impress people by showing off. I would have liked it, though, if more of his kicks found the side line.

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 15:12

      Yes saffa, my brother plays brilliant rugby every saterday at school, that doesnt make him fit to play super rugby? You predicted he will be fine, and in my opinion he was way out of sorts so did the commentators. If this guy shows so much promise at this young age, why not sharpen him at vodacom and CC level? Or do we have to sit with another Earl Rose in 2 years time? There is no point in playing this guy if you are gonna hide him 85% of the time, then your better of selecting JDV or Duvanhage at 10

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 15:23

      @Whoosa - he DID play Vodacom Cup level genius, he was only 2nd choice flyhalf there after Sam Lane got injured. What he is at the moment is TALENTED, which is why he behind: (let me repeat myself) - Grant, van Aswegen, Cronje, Sam Lane, Dimitri Catchikilis - all INURED in the pecking order. I dare you to name me the Bulls 6th in the pecking order flyhalf. And if you name him, I am betting you, you will call him talented. Now instead of arguing about a player YOU have not seen play before today - I would like to know from you what young and talented players the Bulls have brought into the Super Rugby system this year? I'm talking about the 19/20/21 year olds? Most obliged, I look forward to your list.

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 15:40

      Jeez saffa, relax! hahaha! why do you have to make it a bulls province thing? I never ever said anything about a bulls player being better than him? And i never ever said that we had more than 6 nr 10's better than you guys? IN MY OPINION, if i'm entitled to one, he did not have a good game and it was the wrong decision selecting him,and selecting him if the game plan was to hide him. Now my qeustion to you. Lets say Grant, and all the other 5 nr 10 you mentioned , is out till end of season, do you reckon this guy has what it takes to make your team go all the way?

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 15:53

      @Whoosa - There are no guarantees that ANY player has what it takes to make a team go all the way mate. A kid that will be playing U21 CC this year (Coleman) can not be expected to carry a team filled with Boks (regardless of him supposedly in the playmaker position). If you read what else I have written the entire week (about our flyhalf issues) you will see that the same alternatives you mentioned (Jean etc) were discussed, should things go wrong with Coleman. Based on what I have seen of Coleman in the past I had a feeling he would be fine......he might not have lived up to most peoples high expectations, but being the 7th choice flyhalf of a union, that is not surprising. So now it's Earl's turn I spose.....(not sure how bad Duvenages injury is) If Duvenage is out, Jean Div etc can't play 10 as they can't kick. The plan is just to get through the Rebels game mate - then back home to see who if fit and who is not. Grant out 2-3 weeks, Lionel back in 4. Catchikilis and his rib - not sure. At this stage, I would be looking at at a few 9's as well....for Duvenage(depending on injury)...Over and out. I'm still waiting for your list of Bulls youngsters who have made the step up to Super rugby this season (including your 6th and 7th choice flyhalves) Ciao.

      Whoosa - 2011-05-28 16:46

      saffa, dont make any mistake i am the first person to admit that my team has been under performing this season. I am not in the same mould as some of the bloggers on this site, bulls and stormers( and i am not even gonna mention names), that only come on here to make make silly comments dissing each other just to get reaction. I cant name 6 or 7, cause we dont have them. Cause we dont need them at this stage. But i am sure as hell, if a crisis occure, we wont play an inexperienced guy who is not good enough to cut it at this level, yet. So in my opinion, it would have been better to play JDV or Duvies at 10, rather than risking your nr 7 choice fly. He probaply got away unharmed today, but against decent opponents it could have been a disaster. I mean you just admitted it yourself! I realy like the look of Duvenhage and would love to see him a full 80 at 10. But o.k, im on my way, to watch the games! Have a good one! And gongrats on the win buy the way! O and i hope for yours and the sake of the boks, its not going to be the return of the Earl!

      Gazza69 - 2011-05-30 12:04

      Coleman is definitely one for the future.........experience will help him. Now where the hell do we hide Bryan Habana?????

  • Henry - 2011-05-28 14:21

    Ja amper kos daai Sharks ref. die Stormers. Daar was niks rekeerd met Jacques Fourie se drie nie en Kitschoff was op sy bene toe hy gestraf is. As hy nie was nie sal daar nooit iemand wees nie.Dis jammer dat refs games kan beinvloed. Dis seker een van die redes hoekom hy nie world cup toe gaan nie.

      thumper - 2011-05-28 14:29

      Marius Plonker

      Gazza69 - 2011-05-30 12:07

      Marius Plonker (sic) was just trying to impress the World Cup Referees selectors panel. That first Try was legit!

  • Kleinboet - 2011-05-28 14:25

    A good win; not a pretty one but a good win. A win by the Stormers with Marius Jonker the referee should count for at least two. When I saw he was refereeing I told my wife we have just lost! And now Duvenhage also has an injury. It looks like a certainty that Earl Rose will get playtime. Can we overcome that problem next weekend? But we will take them one at a time and grind to victory if need be.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 14:56

      Mate, we are grinding the victories come what may.....I think all these little "obstacles" will in fact have a positive effect on the teams mental strength come knockout stages. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger and all that :) The Sharks fell to bits when Lambie was injured....(not that him being back has helped them) The Bulls, due to the fact that they have hardly played this season, have been very lucky with injuries - bar du Preez (and we will see how that influences things later on) - We on other hand, have performed admirably with all the setbacks.

      Wagga - 2011-05-28 15:47

      @SAFFA-CAT,,, well done stormers, not the best game I've seen but the points is in the bag, thats all that counts now. I can't wait for the Cheetahs game, I hope they silence these Bulls blokes and the Cheetahs can still slip into the back door for the play offs. Cheers mate and enjoy the rest of the rugby weekend.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 16:04

      @Wagga - Going to be a cracker this evening. At least the rugby played will be of far better quality than what the Stormers delivered - thats a guarantee :) Go the Cheetahs! Enjoy the game!

  • Plesierspier - 2011-05-28 15:29

    You can be glad it was against the blind! Any decent team would have beaten you up. Stormers will go into their 12 cupless year!

      Marcell - 2011-05-28 15:46

      Sulke ware woorde! Hul papsakke is besig om leeg te loop! Moet se daai kopstamp en skouer eerste induik in die los gemaal deur park bench bekker is verdag.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-05-28 16:05

      @Marcell - Bakkies het hom goed geleer.

      Marcell - 2011-05-28 16:27

      Dankie. Dit bevestig net weereens dat die ref die stompies bevoordeel het. Was dit BB is hy afgestuur.

  • Lloyd - 2011-05-28 16:22

    SAFFA, what's up with Andries Bekker's hair? New king of the mullet rats or what?

      EDI2000 - 2011-05-28 16:45

      No one AND I MEAN NO ONE beats Francois Hougaad's Mullet dude so i wouldn't speak to loud but you bulls are knowen for your hot air.... CHEETAHS!!!!!!!

      Atoombom - 2011-05-28 16:50

      Lloyd, jy het ook jou gay parade in Rusland gemis

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-28 23:49

      @EDI2000 - I tell you what I do knowen: Duanne's facial expressions suits his hair, and the Bulls took the Cheetahs, but will the Sharks and Stormers?

  • Carl Muller - 2011-05-28 16:32

    Saw the game, very impressive. Good luck to the Stormers. Bulls forever...

  • Cadder - 2011-05-28 17:02

    Not convincing at all, but 4 points nonetheless. I thought they did not vary their play enough. Guess it did not help playing with their no 4 flyhalf either - his lack of experience showed. They are still heading the SA Conference.

  • GraemeBB - 2011-05-28 17:16

    Well done to my friends in the south. No surprise though. It was not a great game to watch. But, the chances of a home semi is looking good!!

  • Verbatim - 2011-05-28 18:25

    @brannas - my kak spoan het jou kakker span opgef*k. hou jou bek en gaan was jou navara asb

      Lloyd - 2011-05-28 18:47

      Wat is n spoan?

      Brannas - 2011-05-28 18:57

      ek het nie n' Navara nie, ek het n' 3L Cortina en hy is blou Bull Blou en n' lemoen op die arial, Smart jammy daai my ou.

      GraemeBB - 2011-05-29 00:23

      n Spoan is iets wat Vermin in sy gat druk!

  • Marshall - 2011-05-28 20:52

    Anybody know if Bekker has concussion? He really didn't look well after the game. Hope he is ok, but maybe wouldn't be the worst idea to rest him for the Rebels game.

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-28 21:21

      He was born with concussion

      Kleinboet - 2011-05-30 01:48

      Plesierspier, mens moet 'n brein hê om harsingskudding op te doen. Jy sal nooit harsingskudding kry nie, gelukkige jy!

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-30 05:37

      Baie mooi Kleinboet, baie mooi. So jy het al van die woord "brein' gehoor, jy vorder pragtig outjie, wat se jou juffrou hiervan?

      Gazza69 - 2011-05-30 12:10

      @Marshall, are you insane? Rest him? He may have to wear the #10 jersey this weekend......hahaha

  • Plesierspier - 2011-05-28 21:10

    Good game Cheetahs, you never fail to show guts! I'm afraid everyone will be the Bulls' bithces from here though, they peaking at the right time, and just home games from here. Lekker slaap Stometjies, die Bulls is mos geen match vir julle nie. En al die Stormers sing saam: "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard, (en herhaal) "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard (en nou sonne tanne)" Ons is do ma os wek had!!!

  • bulwatbrul - 2011-05-28 21:26

    Hahahabana het soveel klas soos 'n papsak. Wat soek die ou nog in die Super 15?

  • molefeP - 2011-05-28 22:54

    Congrats Stormes, great away win!

  • GraemeBB - 2011-05-29 00:27

    Oh, I thought HahahaBana was going to be rested this weekend? Gee man, what is wrong with this guy. AC - this guy is going to cost you when it counts - and then you can tell me the difference between form and class.

  • Plesierspier - 2011-05-29 00:43

    My inside by die Bulle se daar's slegte nuus vir die Stomers oppad! Ek gaan die geheim weggee, hier's die span vir Nuweland: 1)Kruger 2) Botha 3) Greyling 4) Bakkies 5) Victor 6) Flip (ja, vd Merwe) 7) Rossouw 8) Yster Spies 9) Hougaard 10) Morne 11) Basson 12) Meisiekind 13) Delport 14) Aikona 15) vd Heever Eina! En al die Stormers kom ons sing saam: "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard (en herhaal) "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard (en nog 'n keer)

  • The_Fox - 2011-05-29 10:57

    An ugly game but I am glad about the 4 log points. We are however in DESPERATE need of a good no 10. Kurt is unfortunately out of his league and the players around him showed no confidence in him and this made it even worse for the already rattled bloke. Congrats to the Lions, Bulls and Sharks on their respective wins!

  • Jacques - 2011-05-29 11:04

    It was a great game for the stormers. Shows that good defence wil beat "running at all cost" madness every time. If you had paid any attention you would know that it was something like 3deg C on the field!!! Try handling a rugby ball under those conditions. Go Stormers!!!

  • Plesierspier - 2011-05-29 17:01

    Al die Stormers vat hande en kom ons sing saam: "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard (en herhaal) "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard! (en nog 'n keer) "Ons is dom maar ons werk hard!!! Ek kan net vir Duane "picture", vuis op die bors, mullet wat die hele kwartgebied vol hop.

      Uncle - 2011-05-29 21:20

      Duane gaan vir Spies dood spyker! finish en klaar. As jy eerlikwaar dink Spies is beter as Vermeulen moet jy maar jou liedjie sing boeta.

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-29 21:33

      @Uncle Maak asb seker dat jy Junie die 12e op hierdie blog is Einstein. Daar is beter agstemanne ( en f@kkin heelwat slimmer) in menigte klubspanne man

      Uncle - 2011-05-29 21:45

      As pierre spies...stem saam met jou ou pel. 100%. So sad sy steroids kan hom nie meer help nie. ons is al klaar 1 - 0 voor die jaar. Daarin neem ek veral plesier ou spier. Seems the blue paint has penetrated and poisoned your already compromised and rather fragile mind. Jissie...check daai brits! huh? huh!

      Plesierspier - 2011-05-29 21:55

      @Uncle Hel, jy behoort "cover charge" te vra Coco, jy's onsettend snaaks en bitterlik slim sien ek. Sjoe. Jy dink nie hulle toets so paar keer per jaar vir steroids nie, so Pierre sal amper slimmer as jy moet wees om daarmee weg te kom. En ja daai blou verf maak my klaar, ek's amper op die vlak van die Wes-Kaap fetale alkohol sindroom nou, hoewel dit algemene kennis is dat die insidensie en prevalensie daarvan loshande die hoogste in die wereld is in die Wes-Kaap. En dan doen die inteling julle geen guns nie. Onthou om jou muisgesiggie asb hier te wys op Junie 12, en nie te verdwyn soos jull die laaste 11 jaar gemaak het nie

  • Boer - 2011-05-29 22:15

    Goed so die wetters se bekke is altyd groot. Nou mooi stilgemaak. Australie se gat man.

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