MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Highlanders vs Western Force
VENUE Dunedin
DATE 08 April 2006 04:35
COMPETITION Vodacom Super 14
FINAL SCORE 25 - 22
TRIES 3 - 3
HALFTIME SCORE 8 - 15
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Marius Jonker
Assistant Referee/Reserve Referee Jonathan Kaplan
Assistant Referee Gary Wise
TMO Brent Murray
Performance Reviewer Kim Eichman
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
8 Try Gareth Hardy Western Force
9 Missed Conversion Cameron Shepherd Western Force
12 Penalty Cameron Shepherd Western Force
15 Penalty Ben Blair Highlanders
28 Substitution (Injury) Luke Doherty for Rudi Vedelago Western Force
34 Try Cameron Shepherd Western Force
35 Conversion Cameron Shepherd Western Force
38 Try Jason MacDonald Highlanders
39 Missed Conversion Ben Blair Highlanders
40 Substitution (Tactical) Angus Scott for David Fitter Western Force
50 Substitution (Tactical) Clarke Dermody for Nick White Highlanders
54 Substitution (Tactical) Chris Smylie for Jimmy Cowan Highlanders
55 Try Josh Blackie Highlanders
56 Conversion Ben Blair Highlanders
62 Substitution (Blood) Hale T`Pole for Tim Boys Highlanders
63 Substitution (Tactical) Tai Mcisaac for Brendan Cannon Western Force
68 Try Vilimone Delasau Highlanders
69 Conversion Ben Blair Highlanders
71 Substitution (Tactical) Ben Smith for Roy Kinikinilau Highlanders
72 Penalty Ben Blair Highlanders
75 Substitution (Injury) David Fitter for Angus Scott Western Force
78 Substitution (Tactical) Chris O`Young for Matt Henjak Western Force
83 Substitution (Tactical) Willie Ripia for Callum Bruce Highlanders
84 Substitution (Tactical) Tim Davidson for Scott Fava Western Force
86 Substitution (Tactical) Kane Thompson for Josh Blackie Highlanders
88 Substitution (Tactical) Brock James for James Hilgendorf Western Force
90 Try Cameron Shepherd Western Force
91 Conversion Cameron Shepherd Western Force

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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