MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS The Sharks vs Blues
VENUE Durban
DATE 22 April 2006 15:00
COMPETITION Vodacom Super 14
FINAL SCORE 32 - 15
TRIES 5 - 2
HALFTIME SCORE 20 - 5
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Matt Goddard
Assistant Referee/Reserve Referee James Leckie
Assistant Referee Tappe Henning
TMO Shaun Veldsman
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
1 Try Doug Howlett Blues
1 Missed Conversion Luke McAlister Blues
12 Missed Penalty Tony Brown The Sharks
14 Try Odwa Ndungane The Sharks
15 Missed Conversion Tony Brown The Sharks
20 Substitution (Blood) Keegan Daniel for Warren Britz The Sharks
24 Try Ruan Pienaar The Sharks
25 Conversion Tony Brown The Sharks
38 Try Deon Carstens The Sharks
39 Missed Conversion Tony Brown The Sharks
42 Drop Goal Tony Brown The Sharks
51 Substitution (Blood) Albert van den Berg for Johan Ackermann The Sharks
55 Try Anthony Tuitavake Blues
56 Conversion Luke McAlister Blues
57 Substitution (Injury) Brent Russell for Tony Brown The Sharks
58 Substitution (Tactical) Ben Atiga for Isa Nacewa Blues
60 Penalty Luke McAlister Blues
65 Try Albert van den Berg The Sharks
66 Conversion Percy Montgomery The Sharks
67 Substitution (Tactical) Scott Mathie for Ruan Pienaar The Sharks
68 Substitution (Tactical) Jerome Kaino for Nick Williams Blues
69 Substitution (Injury) Onosa'i Auva`a for Anthony Boric Blues
69 Substitution (Tactical) Keegan Daniel for Warren Britz The Sharks
78 Substitution (Tactical) Junior Poluleuligaga for John Senio Blues
78 Substitution (Tactical) Viliame Waqaseduadua for Doug Howlett Blues
80 Substitution (Tactical) Bismarck du Plessis for Deon Carstens The Sharks
83 Substitution (Tactical) Bradley Barritt for Percy Montgomery The Sharks
87 Substitution (Tactical) Saimone Taumoepeau for Tony Woodcock Blues
87 Substitution (Tactical) Heinke van der Merwe for BJ Botha The Sharks
92 Try Jacques Botes The Sharks
94 Missed Conversion Brent Russell The Sharks

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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