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Sat 6 Jul 2019 | 04:57

WP dominate Craven Week ... again

WP dominate Craven Week ... again
Sat 6 Jul 2019 | 04:57
WP dominate Craven Week ... again
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CRAVEN WEEK WRAP: Western Province finished the 2019 Under-18 Craven Week as the only unbeaten team to ensure their top team status for the second consecutive year.

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A superb all-round performance saw them overpower the Blue Bulls 56-31 in the final match at Grey College in Bloemfontein on Saturday.

The win also wrapped up a rewarding day for the union, as the Academy Week side won their final match.

In all, 268 tries and 1787 points were scored in 27 matches over five days of play.

All the scores and scorers!

A hat-trick by Blue Bulls XV No.8 Armand Fleidl and brace by lock Jaryd Scheepers nudged their team to a comfortable 63-26 victory against the Falcons in a strong finish to the tournament.

The Pretoria side were in fine form on attack, which saw them cross the tryline nine times, with flyhalf Justin Cross converting all of them. The Kempton Park side could only breach the tryline four times despite doing well to make their presence felt in the first half.

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The Sharks gave a strong account of themselves for a convincing 53-13 victory against the Griffons, which marked the Welkom side’s first defeat in the competition.

The first half was closely fought with the KwaZulu-Natalians taking a 10-5 lead, but they broke away in the second half as they snuffed out gaps in the defence and dashed through to touch down seven times. Lock Ockie Barnard and wing Mbasa Nkonki each scored braces, while flyhalf Jordan Hendrikse was in good form with the boot, slotting six conversions and two penalties for his 18 points.

Braces by Golden Lions wing Ngia Selengbe and flyhalf Declan Raubenheimer assisted their side to a 49-26 victory against hosts, the Free State Cheetahs.

The first half was competitive, with the teams going into halftime level on 21-21, but the Golden Lions remained composed and capitalised well on their try-scoring opportunities to outscore their opponents seven tries to four for a strong finish to the tournament.

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Western Province XV staged a dramatic comeback from 21-27 down to force their way to a 45-30 victory against SWD, with centre Stephan du Toit contributing a hat-trick and wing Dalvon Blood two tries.

The defeat for the George side marked their first of the tournament. It was thrilling first half as the teams racked up a combined total of 48 points, and they both continued to give everything as the match progressed. But the Capetonians made better use of their chances, which paid off.

The Leopards dominated from the outset against Limpopo Blue Bulls, setting them up for a 43-15 victory. The Potchefstroom side played their way to a 17-0 half-time lead and they continued to take advantage of their chances as the match progressed, scoring seven tries – with scrumhalf Jacques Stander and centre Ruben Oosthuizen each scoring twice.

Limpopo Blue Bulls flank Renzo du Plessis gave his all to keep his team in the match, scoring all 15 points compliments of a hat-trick. But this was not enough to counter the Leopards’ dominant form.

Border overcame a challenging first half against Boland to secure to a 43-26 victory in which Oyisa Dyani and Jacques Goosen starred with vital braces.

The margins were small in the first half, which saw the teams enter half-time at 19-19, but Border bolstered their attack after the break and made the most of their chances to score seven tries to four by Boland for the morale-boosting win.

Golden Lions XV overturned a 7-24 half-time deficit to fight their way to a narrow 38-31 victory against Griquas thanks to a fine second-half display.

The Kempton Park outfit ruled the roost in the first half as they made good use of their chances, but they battled to break through in the second half as their Gauteng neighbours stepped up their attack and tightened up their defence, which allowed them to outscore Griquas six tries to four.

The EP Elephants reversed a 17-20 half-time deficit against the Pumas to register a 38-28 victory, with Christopher Poole and Ambese Zenzile each touching down twice for their team.

The Pumas had the edge in a competitive first half and took a 20-17 lead, and the teams continued to throw everything at one another in the second half. But the EP Elephants’ six tries to three, handed them the edge despite the Pumas trying to remain in contention for a possible victory by slotting penalties.

Craven Week Day 5 results:

Sharks 53-13 Griffons
Griquas 31-38 Golden Lions XV
Golden Lions 49-26 Free State Cheetahs
Leopards 43-15 Limpopo Blue Bulls
Border 43-26 Boland
Falcons 26-63 Blue Bulls XV
EP Elephants 38-28 Pumas
SWD Eagles 30-45 Western Province XV
Western Province 56-31 Blue Bulls

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