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Stormers (19) 52 / 15 (10) Sunwolves (Final Score)

DHL Stormers and the Sunwolves did battle in Super Rugby 2017 at

DHL Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa at 19:30 SA Time (17:30 GMT, Sunday 02:30 Japan Time).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & M-Net on TV in SA.

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Scorers:

Stormers:

  • Penalties – 0
  • Drop Goals – 0
  • Tries – Cheslin Kolbe (3), EW Viljoen (1), Seabelo Senatla (1), Damian Willemse (1), Dillyn Leyds (2)
  • Conversions – Damian Willemse (4), Cheslin Kolbe (2)

Sunwolves:

  • Penalties – Yu Tamura (1)
  • Drop Goals – 0
  • Tries – Teruya Goto (1), Takeshi Hino (1)
  • Conversions – Yu Tamura (1)

Teams:

DHL Stormers
Sunwolves
8 July 2017 at 19:30 SA Time
  • Team: 15 Dillyn Leyds, 14 Cheslin Kolbe, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Damian de Allende, 11 Seabelo Senatla, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Juarno Augustus, 6 Siya Kolisi (Captain), 5 Pieter-Steph du Toit, 4 Eben Etzebeth, 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Bongi Mbonambi, 1 JC Janse van Rensburg
  • Replacements: 16 Ramone Samuels, 17 Steven Kitshoff, 18 Frans van Dyk, 19 Chris van Zyl, 20 JD Schickerling, 21 Justin Phillips, 22 Dan Kriel, 23 Bjorn Basson
  • Team: 15 Riaan Viljoen, 14 Kotaro Matsushima, 13 Ryohei Yamanaka, 12 Derek Carpenter, 11 Teruya Goto, 10 Yu Tamura, 9 Keisuke Uchida, 8 Willie Britz (Captain), 7 Shuhei Matsuhashi, 6 Malgene Ilaua, 5 Uwe Helu, 4 Kotaro Yatabe, 3 Takuma Asahara, 2 Takeshi Hino, 1 Koki Yamamoto
  • Replacements: 16 Atsushi Sakate, 17 Masataka Mikami, 18 Koo Jiwon, 19 Yoshitaka Tokunaga, 20 Shokei Kin, 21 Kaito Shigeno, 22 Rikiya Matsuda, 23 Jumpei Ogura

Referee: Quinton Immelman (South Africa)
Assistant Referees: Shuhei Kubo (Japan), Adriaan Jacobs (South Africa)
TMO: Shaun Veldsman (South Africa)

84 Responses to Super Rugby 2017: DHL Stormers vs Sunwolves – Live Game Article

  • 51

    If you really keep continuity and throw the ball around against the Sunwolves, they simply crumble!

  • 52

    Stormers 38 / 15 Sunwolves

  • 53

    A well taken pressure Owen Farrell penalty three minutes from time grabbed the British and Irish Lions a 15-all draw that forced a tie in their series with the All Blacks but there was controversy after that which saw an epic series end in a surreal atmosphere at Eden Park.

    Although the Lions captain Sam Warburton said afterwards he didn’t quite know what to think, deep down he must have had the satisfaction of knowing it was a moral victory for his team. The All Blacks have ruled the rugby world for a long time now and the Lions hadn’t won a test in New Zealand since 1993. So a drawn series was a notable achievement for the visitors.

    And you could see it afterwards. All Black skipper Kieran Read struggled and kept faltering and biting his lips as he made the statesmanlike comments that tried to deflect attention away from the controversy at the end that made this match a little reminiscent of another series decider at the same venue 36 years ago.

    On that occasion, in 1981, it was Welsh referee Clive Norling who earned notoriety and infamy amongst South Africans for a penalty awarded against the Springboks that cost them a share of a three match series. This time it was French referee Romain Poite, who delivered the act that saw the series get drawn – but this time for a penalty that was not awarded.

    Perhaps in talking to the television interviewers afterwards Read was still struggling to understand how a penalty awarded against the Lions for being off-side was referred to the TMO, George Ayoub, and then turned into an “accidental offside”, which meant a scrum instead of a possible series winning penalty. The TMO appeared to agree with the initial call of a penalty, yet somehow Poite changed it.

    As the commentators asked afterwards, was it the correct ruling in the first place, and would it have been referred to the TMO if it had happened in the first two minutes of the game and not the last two?

    Perhaps though we should stop short of suggesting the decision robbed the All Blacks of a series win because although the penalty was awarded in a very kickable position, Read was right afterwards when he stammered that his team hadn’t taken their opportunities.

  • 54

    @ superBul:
    Hi superBul seen your comments on the other thread thought would answer here. Don’t know of Ex Player from the blogs did you meet this person at your business today?

  • 55

    And in the final analysis, great player though Beauden Barrett undeniably is, and the All Black flyhalf was brilliant in general play, his poor place-kicking did cost the Kiwis the series, and there can be no guarantee he would have kicked that last one.

    Barrett also left points on the table in the second test in Wellington. Had his kicking been up to the standard of the Lions kicker Farrell (there was also a monster kick from Elliot Daly in the decider), the All Blacks would have won the series 3-0.

  • 56

    Hey superBul and Gbs as we had oxtail for supper I have a question you wise men can maybe answer. Do they only chop the tail from the male beeste for eating and so call it oxtail or do you also get tail from cows you can cook?

  • 57

    Try Cheslin Kolbe, as he toed a loose ball through… and scored near the posts.

  • 58

    @ Bullscot:
    Yes, he was one of the great RT characters, we hasd a major fight with KEO, and we became this renegade club , and build RT with Rudi and ED as the engineers who knew the inner works of PC protocol. Was really a major shift, and a journey

  • 59

    Stormers 45 / 15 Sunwolves

  • 60

    superBul wrote:

    And in the final analysis, great player though Beauden Barrett undeniably is, and the All Black flyhalf was brilliant in general play, his poor place-kicking did cost the Kiwis the series, and there can be no guarantee he would have kicked that last one.

    Barrett also left points on the table in the second test in Wellington. Had his kicking been up to the standard of the Lions kicker Farrell (there was also a monster kick from Elliot Daly in the decider), the All Blacks would have won the series 3-0.

    Yes I was wondering if the All Blacks could find another backline player that can kick. Barrett is such a brilliant player who should be there regardless of whether he can kick to poles or not. Why does it mostly have to be flyhalf that kicks? At Scotland we have scrumhalf Laidlaw who is the best kicker and then we all know about how good Chris Patterson was at kicking and he was mainly a fullback

  • 61

    @ superBul:
    Great nice for you guys to catch up again then

  • 62

    56 @ Bullscot:
    Freegin hell, I do not know!

    In Afrikaans we call it “beesstert”… so I recon it is just beef tail and not just from an ox.

  • 63

    @ Bullscot:
    Have you got Argentinian contacts? Or Russian? These tails mostly come from there, our cattle still have tails till they are slaughtered.

  • 64

    Hooter goes for full time… Wolves play on from a lineout.

  • 65

    Final try for Cheslin Kolbe, Stormers!

  • 66

    Ruuds thanks again, nice place this RT

  • 67

    Stormers win by 52 / 15 Sunwolves

  • 68

    grootblousmile wrote:

    56 @ Bullscot:
    Freegin hell, I do not know!

    In Afrikaans we call it “beesstert”… so I recon it is just beef tail and not just from an ox.

    Ok thought you called it os stert, so we had skaap stert in the Cape but they don’t know about people eating that here would that be mutton/sheep or lamb tail?

  • 69

    66 @ superBul:
    Plesier, ou mater!

  • 70

    BS man i have spend so many hours here, i miss it, but like most things in live we always look back at what could have been ………..

  • 71

    DHL Stormers (19) 52 / 15 (10) Sunwolves (Final Score)

  • 72

    superBul wrote:

    @ Bullscot:
    Have you got Argentinian contacts? Or Russian? These tails mostly come from there, our cattle still have tails till they are slaughtered.

    No got this locally and the butcher spoke about them slaughtering three beasts a week so I just thought the tail came off in the slaughter stage like the rest of the meat. Could have been from an Aberdeen Angus bull was very tasty and tender after cooking for ages in slow cooker

  • 73

    Nouja pelle… dit was weer ‘n lekker rugbydag!

    Geniet jou aand ou Super and jy ook Skotsman!

  • 74

    Skaap stert ken ek nie baie, maar bees stert het my gevang
    my skoonma, 85 die week, het die lekkerste kerrie beestert gemaak en toe ek en my vrou 40 jaar terug gevry het het sy my seker met so een gevang….. 35 jaar getriud met haar dogter

  • 75

    @ superBul:
    @70 ja looking back is nice to do as long as we also live in the now and look forward to the future too. Got so many happy memories of my time in Africa.

  • 76

    @ grootblousmile:
    Ek sien so uit na n naweek saam jou iewers, hier by ons. Ons moet dit doen my maat

  • 77

    @ superBul:
    The sheep tails were delicious made by one of my best mates inland from the West coast. Just a pity can’t find it here yet.

  • 78

    OK… fellas… it’s been a looooong week… and I also have to rest SOMETIME… so I am outah here!

  • 79

    Phone battery flat gotta go cheers all thanks for the chat

  • 80

    @ Bullscot:
    I am going of now, YES we have such great memories, we must cherish it and build new ones. GOOD Night

  • 81

    76 @ superBul:
    Ek sal maar plan moet maak en my meisie moet saambring… dan kuier ons lekkkkerrrrrrrrr!

    Jy moet nou onthou, Delaine en Graeme kom die 22ste hierheen, dan moet jy daai siek Notebook saamstuur, hoor!

  • 82

    Congratulations to former Glasgow Warriors scrumhalf and Scotland 7s player Grayson Hart who got married this weekend.
    May this be your mantra mate :

  • 83

    Well don’t to WP for winning the Supersport Rugby Challenge semifinal : WP 28/24 Blue Bulls. Not going well for us boys in blue as their U

  • 84

    Bullscot wrote:

    Well don’t to WP for winning the Supersport Rugby Challenge semifinal : WP 28/24 Blue Bulls. Not going well for us boys in blue as their U

    Posted to soon was going to say their U19s beat ours too yesterday Cry-Out


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