PENALTY TRY, JAGUARES! 41-14: Penalty try says the referee and Jagures will celebrate this penalty try taking them to 41 points. They have really defended well and then scored some good tries.
FULL-TIME: JAGUARES 41-14 CHEETAHS. The final score is 41-14 and Jagauares have won this game convincingly after defending really well and then attacking to take a big lead in the first half. They scored a penalty try right at the end of the game so they win by 27 points at home against the Cheetahs.
The TMO checks and confirms the tackles on number 12 are legal but the Cheetahs concede a penalty through Oupa Mohoje for hands in the ruck.
Jaguares win a penalty as Cheetahs concede it for not releasing the ball carrier. Jaguares take the penalty quickly and attack.
CONVERSION, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 34-14: Hernandez adds on the extras and pushes the lead back to 20 points with 2 minutes remaining in the half.
TRY, JAGUARES, MOYANO JOYA! 32-14: The TMO confirms it and Moyano Joya score another try for the Jaguares. There were some questions about a forward pass but the TMO confirms the try.
Jaguares are down to 14 men and Cheetahs attack but the hosts manage to take the player into touch for a lineout.
CONVERSION, CHEETAHS, MARAIS! 27-14: Marais kicks the conversion perfectly to bring the deficit down to 13 points.
TRY, CHEETAHS, DWEBA! 27-12: It is the rolling maul from the Cheetahs and then Dweba breaks away and goes through two men to take the ball over the line for the Cheetahs.
There are appeals for a high tackle and the referee stops play to check this with the TMO.
YELLOW CARD! Iglesias is shown the yellow card after the TMO confirms the high tackle and he will spend the rest of the game on the sidelines.
The Jaguares win a penalty after they are under pressure from the Cheetahs and they celebrate this as the ball is kicked into touch for a lineout.
We are into the final 10 minutes and the Cheetahs have not scored a single point in the second half. The Jaguares have defended well under a lot of pressure to keep their 20 point lead.
A few penalties have been awarded but most of them have been kicked into touch, Cheetahs kick another one into touch and they have a lineout.
The Cheetahs concede a penalty through Charles Marais for going off their feet in the ruck.
Jaguares win a penalty and this will take away a lot of pressure for them. They have defended really well and the Cheetahs are denied a try after a lot of pressure on the hosts.
The scrum quickly ends up in another penalty to the Cheetahs. The Jaguares concede a penalty through Lucas Noguera Paz for collapsing the scrum.
The referee has asked the TMO to check for the try and if the try is not awarded he will bring the Cheetahs back for the penalty. NO TRY! The TMO says no try as replays show that the Cheetahs were not in control of the ball. It will be a penalty.
It will be a scrum for the Cheetahs very close to the Jaguares try line as they look to attack.
The Jaguares have only scored 3 points in the second half and Cheetahs have scored no points in the second half.
A scrum for the Cheetahs and they substitute their whole front row out. Following the scrum the ball is passed wide and on the wing but Jaguares defend well
The Cheetahs concede a penalty through Paul Schoeman for hands in the ruck.
Good run from the Jaguares number 23, his run goes unchecked from the Cheetahs and he almost takes the ball all the way to the try line but is tackled in the end.
The TMO is called into action and it is a brilliant decision from the referee's assistant who spots that the ball was out as it bounced before number 23 carried it.
The referee calls the captains for a chat after a few players have a big of tugging and pulling. Tempers flaring out in the middle.
Marais concedes the penalty and Jaguares defend well to repel a Cheetahs attack. Hernandez kicks it into touch.
PENALTY, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 27-7: Hernandez makes no mistake as he slots in the penalty goal and pushes the Jaguares lead to 20 points.
A penalty to the Jaguares and Cheetahs concede it for a late tackle.
A penalty to the Jaguares and Cheetahs concede it for a late tackle. Clinton Swart is the guilty party there.
The Jaguares concede a penalty through Agustin Creevy for an infringement in the ruck.
A scrum to the Jaguares as Cheetahs handle the ball incorrectly.
A penalty to the Jaguares as Cheetahs concedes a penalty. The assistant referee spots the tackle from the sidelines and flags it.
Cheetahs win their lineout and take the ball forward. Jaguares are defending well.
It will be a penalty to the Jaguares, Cheetahs concede it through Ruan van Rensburg for hands in the ruck. Hernandez kicks it into touch as Jaguares search for another try.
After the first scrum of the second half, Cheetahs take the ball and attack. More intent from the visitors at the start of the second half.
Second half begins as Jaguares kick us off.
HALF-TIME: JAGUARES 24-7 CHEETAHS. Jaguares have dominated the Cheetahs in the first half. They have scored three tries and the visitors have only scored one. The hosts head by 17 points after the first half.
Cheetahs will go for the try as they kick the ball for the lineout. The referee blows the whistle and they will come back to take the penalty for the Cheetahs.
The Jaguares concede a penalty through Gonzalo Bertranou for not rolling away from the ruck. It will be a lineout to the Cheetahs and they win a penalty after the lineout.
A scrum for the Cheetahs as the Jaguares knock on the ball. The hosts have dominated the first half so far.
Good run from Henco Venter who breaks the line and makes some good ground for the Cheetahs.
The Jaguares concede a penalty through Tomas Lezana at the lineout.
CONVERSION, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 24-7: Hernandez slots in the conversion and Jaguares push their lead to 17 points.
TRY, JAGUARES, MOYANO JOYA! 22-7: Brilliant team try for the Jaguares as Moyano Joya takes the ball over the line. Two tries have come from the Cheetahs not kicking the ball into touch.
CONVERSION, CHEETAHS, MARAIS! 17-7: Marais adds on the extras and the conversion is really good to bring the deficit down to 10 points.
TRY, CHEETAHS, VAN DER SPUY! 17-5: Michael van der Spuy scores the try after the lineout and it was Marais' pass that set up the try.
A knock on and the Cheetahs will go back for the penalty as they had the advantage. The ball is kicked for a lineout very close to the Jaguares try line.
CONVERSION, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 17-0: Hernandez kicks the ball perfectly and that will be two more points for the Jaguares.
TRY, JAGUARES, ALEMANNO! 15-0: The TMO is called into action to confirm if the try has been scored. Alemanno is awarded the try Jaguares push their lead to 15.
Another penalty conceded by the Cheetahs and Hernandez kicks it into touch for a lineout.
PENALTY, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 10-0: The Cheetahs concede a penalty through Tom Botha for being caught offside. Hernandez kicks the ball brilliantly and he adds three points to the Jaguares score.
Felipe Arregui concedes a penalty for incorrect binding.
Cheetahs win a penalty and they kick for the corner. It will be a lineout for the Cheetahs.
A scrum to the Jaguares as there is a knock on from the Cheetahs.
First lineout of the game and Jaguares win it and attack. Cheetahs manage to turn the ball over.
Jaguares controlling the possession in these first 10 minutes of the game. The hosts are dominating the Cheetahs who are still settling into this game.
CONVERSION, JAGUARES, HERNANDEZ! 7-0: Martin Hernandez kicks it perfectly and adds on the extras and the Jaguares push their lead to 7 points.
Cordero is carried out of play and it looked like a nasty injury to the Jaguares player.
TRY, JAGUARES, MOYANO JOYA! 5-0: Moyano Joya takes the ball over the line and it is a first try of the game.
Santiago Cordero with a linebreak and Jaguares have a great chance to score here.
The Jaguares have a lot of possession in the opening minutes of the game.
Danie Mienie concedes the first penalty of the game for collapsing the scrum.
Kick-off! First half begins as Cheetahs kick us off.
Jaguares: 15 Joaquín Tuculet, 14 Ramiro Moyano, 13 Matías Orlando, 12 Jerónimo de la Fuente, 11 Santiago Cordero, 10 Juan Martín Hernández, 9 Gonzalo Bertranou, 8 Leonardo Senatore, 7 Tomás Lezana, 6 Pablo Matera, 5 Matías Alemanno, 4 Marcos Kremer, 3 Felipe Arregui, 2 Agustín Creevy (c), 1 Santiago García Botta
Cheetahs: 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Ryno Benjamin, 13 Michael van der Spuy, 12 Clinton Swart, 11 Ruan van Rensburg, 10 Niel Marais, 9 Tian Meyer (c), 8 Niell Jordaan, 7 Oupa Mohoje, 6 Henco Venter, 5 Francois Uys, 4 Armandt Koster, 3 Tom Botha, 2 Elandré Huggett, 1 Danie Mienie
Paul Williams is the referee today with Nick Briant and Pablo Deluca assisting him. Santiago Borsani is the TMO.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the SuperRugby clash between Jaguares and Cheetahs from Estadio Jose Amalfitani.
Veteran playmaker Juan Martín Hernández will start at fly-half for the Jaguares. The 34-year-old?s selection is one of two changes made to the Jaguares starting line-up. Jaguares head coach Raul Perez has also brought in Marcos Kremer to the second row as a replacement for Guido Petti. Experienced prop Ramiro Herrera is set to make his first appearance of the season from the replacements bench, while former Argentina Sevens representative Bautista Ezcurra is in line to make his Super Rugby debut after being named as back-line cover.
Scrum-half Tian Meyer will captain the Cheetahs. The front row has been overhauled with Danie Mienie, Elandré Huggett and Tom Botha taking the field. In the second row Armandt Koster replaces Justin Basson in the four jersey while Henco Venter rotates with Paul Schoeman dropping to the bench. Ryno Benjamin moves from outside centre to 14. There are a handful of players new to the bench this week with Joseph Dweba, Carl Wegner, William Small-Smith, Boom Prinsloo and Shaun Venter all providing cover.
The Cheetahs have lost their last seven games away from home, last tasting victory on the road in a Round 3 clash with the Sunwolves last season. The Jaguares have won each of their last three games when hosting South African opposition, winning each game by 12 points. The Jaguares have the best ruck success of any team in the competition, winning 98 percent of rucks and losing just 1.7 rucks per game on average.
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