MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Vodacom Stormers vs Crusaders
VENUE Cape Town
DATE 29 April 2006 19:10
COMPETITION Vodacom Super 14
FINAL SCORE 28 - 17
TRIES 3 - 2
HALFTIME SCORE 13 - 3
CONDITIONS Fine and cool. Floodlights.
CROWD 29613
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee James Leckie
Assistant Referee/Reserve Referee Matt Goddard
Assistant Referee Craig Joubert
TMO Shaun Veldsman
Performance Reviewer Dennis Immelman
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
1 Try De Wet Barry Vodacom Stormers
2 Conversion Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
5 Penalty Cameron McIntyre Crusaders
9 Penalty Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
13 Missed Penalty Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
15 Substitution (Injury) Andy Ellis for Kevin Senio Crusaders
22 Penalty Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
42 Missed Penalty Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
45 Try Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
46 Missed Conversion Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
47 Substitution (Tactical) Dan Carter for Cameron McIntyre Crusaders
47 Substitution (Tactical) Leon MacDonald for Scott Hamilton Crusaders
53 Substitution (Tactical) Wyatt Crockett for Campbell Johnstone Crusaders
62 Penalty Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
74 Try Johnny Leo`o Crusaders
76 Conversion Dan Carter Crusaders
76 Substitution (Tactical) Gerrie Britz for Ross Skeate Vodacom Stormers
78 Substitution (Tactical) Bolla Conradie for Neil de Kock Vodacom Stormers
85 Try Eddie Andrews Vodacom Stormers
86 Conversion Peter Grant Vodacom Stormers
89 Substitution (Tactical) Tone Kopelani for Corey Flynn Crusaders
89 Substitution (Tactical) Craig Clarke for Brad Mika Crusaders
89 Substitution (Tactical) Tanerau Latimer for Johnny Leo`o Crusaders
90 Substitution (Tactical) Neil Fullard for Eddie Andrews Vodacom Stormers
90 Substitution (Tactical) Adri Badenhorst for Joe van Niekerk Vodacom Stormers
90 Substitution (Tactical) Chumani Booi for Jean de Villiers Vodacom Stormers
91 Try Rico Gear Crusaders
92 Conversion Dan Carter Crusaders

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