MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Sharks vs Blues
VENUE Absa Stadium
DATE 30 April 2004 19:10
COMPETITION Vodacom Super 12
FINAL SCORE 26 - 37
TRIES 2 - 4
HALFTIME SCORE 16 - 10
CROWD 0
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Scott (Ref) Young
Assistant Referee Brett Bowden
Assistant Referee Tappe Henning
TMO Andrew (Andy) Turner
Performance Reviewer Richard Nash
Performance Reviewer Leon Jones
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
4 Penalty Carlos Spencer Blues
9 Try Andrew (Billy) Fulton Blues
10 Conversion Carlos Spencer Blues
16 Penalty Butch James Sharks
24 Penalty Butch James Sharks
32 Try Brent Russell Sharks
34 Conversion Butch James Sharks
39 Substitution (Injury) Noel Oelschig for Craig Davidson Sharks
47 Penalty Butch James Sharks
51 Try Sam Tuitupou Blues
52 Conversion Carlos Spencer Blues
55 Penalty Carlos Spencer Blues
57 Penalty Butch James Sharks
63 Substitution (Tactical) John Afoa for Tony Woodcock Blues
71 Substitution (Tactical) Skipper Badenhorst for Eduard Coetzee Sharks
75 Penalty Carlos Spencer Blues
75 Substitution (Tactical) Charl van Rensburg for Nico Breedt Sharks
75 Substitution (Tactical) Jerome Kaino for Justin Collins Blues
80 Missed Penalty Carlos Spencer Blues
85 Substitution (Tactical) Craig McGrath for Andrew (Billy) Fulton Blues
86 Try Butch James Sharks
88 Conversion Butch James Sharks
89 Substitution (Tactical) Deon Kayser for Brent Russell Sharks
90 Try Derren Witcombe Blues
92 Conversion Carlos Spencer Blues
93 Try Mils Muliaina Blues
94 Conversion Carlos Spencer Blues

MATCH CENTRE
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