MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Chiefs vs Waratahs
VENUE Hamilton
DATE 06 May 2006 09:35
COMPETITION Vodacom Super 14
FINAL SCORE 37 - 33
TRIES 4 - 5
HALFTIME SCORE 20 - 16
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Jonathan Kaplan
Assistant Referee/Reserve Referee Jerome Fortuin
Assistant Referee Kelvin Deaker
TMO Lyndon Bray
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
4 Penalty Peter Hewat Waratahs
6 Penalty David Hill Chiefs
13 Try Mat Rogers Waratahs
14 Missed Conversion Peter Hewat Waratahs
18 Try Sam Tuitupou Chiefs
19 Conversion David Hill Chiefs
21 Penalty Peter Hewat Waratahs
23 Try Mils Muliaina Chiefs
24 Conversion David Hill Chiefs
27 Try Adam Freier Waratahs
28 Missed Conversion Peter Hewat Waratahs
30 Substitution (Blood) Sosene Anesi for Mils Muliaina Chiefs
42 Penalty David Hill Chiefs
55 Try Lote Tuqiri Waratahs
56 Missed Conversion Peter Hewat Waratahs
62 Try Mils Muliaina Chiefs
63 Conversion David Hill Chiefs
63 Substitution (Blood) Matt Dunning for Benn Robinson Waratahs
63 Substitution (Tactical) Brett Sheehan for Chris Whitaker Waratahs
63 Substitution (Tactical) Stephen Hoiles for David Lyons Waratahs
67 Substitution (Tactical) Deacon Manu for Nathan White Chiefs
67 Substitution (Tactical) Tatafu Polota-Nau for Adam Freier Waratahs
70 Substitution (Tactical) Kristian Ormsby for Sean Hohneck Chiefs
72 Try Tatafu Polota-Nau Waratahs
73 Missed Conversion Peter Hewat Waratahs
75 Penalty David Hill Chiefs
80 Try Sitiveni Sivivatu Chiefs
81 Conversion David Hill Chiefs
82 Substitution (Tactical) Matt Dunning for Al Baxter Waratahs
84 Substitution (Tactical) Scott Linklater for Aleki Lutui Chiefs
84 Substitution (Tactical) William Caldwell for Dan Vickerman Waratahs
87 Substitution (Tactical) Shaun Berne for Sam Norton-Knight Waratahs
90 Substitution (Tactical) Liam Messam for Steven Bates Chiefs
92 Substitution (Injury) Daniel Halangahu for Mat Rogers Waratahs
94 Substitution (Tactical) Stephen Donald for Mark Ranby Chiefs
95 Try Rocky Elsom Waratahs
95 Conversion Peter Hewat Waratahs

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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