SA Week Team (Round 1)


JON CARDINELLI election XV South Africa based on concerts in the first round of the Vodacom Super Rugby competition.

Vodacom Bullfighters created full performance for attacking the 40-3 Stormers in Pretoria, Saturday, & # 39; The Sharks traveled to a 45-10 against Sunwolves in Singapore. The Lions hit the Jaguares 25-16 for breaking their duck in Buenos Aires.

Given all of this mind, he should not give anybody any surprise to what teams – and what team in particular – add to the list of the names below. Stormers have not been selected after showing Loftus Versfeld hillside on the Cape side.

TORAIDHEAN: Bulls vs. Stormers

The center's most expensive shows, in the back row, and at the top. A special mention should be made to Lukhanyo Am, Dan du Preez, Ruan Steenkamp, ​​Akker van der Merwe and Schalk Brits. At the end, these players were surrounded by stronger musicians in the games in Pretoria and Buenos Aires.

Marnus Schoeman clarified three requests from behind a piece of the Lions' strong lion against the Jaguares. Malcolm Marx and Carlu Sadie made a major contribution to the Lion's protection and at the scrum. Harold Vorster played a strong game in the midfield.

TORAIDHEAN: Jaguares vs. Lions

Jesse Kriel was very good for the Bulls at an outside center. No. 8 Duane Vermeulen and he had a huge impact on the lines, breakdowns and accidents.

Rosko Specman liked the Super Rugby team to be memorable for the Bulls, get two questions. Warrick Gelant will sing on attack and her. exercise box.

HIGHLIGHTS: Sunwolves vs. Sharks

Papbrie Brusaidh and Handré Pollard gave some of the big choices behind the main pack, and the second one ended up to finish their game with 20 points.

The Bulls stopped the Stormers who put a piece and kept the whole line. Lood of Jager and Jason Jenkins are in a position of credit – and it should be noted that Jenkins was really involved in the attack and even took five passes.

The Sharks should be praised for their best performance against Sunwolves. This article was particularly damaging to Beast Mtawarira.

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15. Warrick Gelant (Bull)
14. Nkosi (Sharks)
13. Jesse Kriel (Tarbh)
12. Harold Vorster (Lion)
11. Rosko Specman (Bulls)
10. Handicapped Pollard (Bulls)
9. Papier Bràg (Bulls)
8. Duane Vermeulen (Bulls)
7. Hanro Liebenberg (Bulls)
6. Marnus Schoeman (Lion)
5. Lager of Jager (Bull)
4. Jason Jenkins (Bull)
3. Carlu Sadie (Lion)
2. Malcolm Marx (Lion)
1. Beast Mtawarira (Sharks)

COLUMN: Bulls rise as Stormers want

Picture: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix

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