MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS New Zealand vs South Africa
VENUE Eden Park, Auckland
DATE 09 August 1997 04:35
COMPETITION Winfield Tri Nations
FINAL SCORE 55 - 35
TRIES 7 - 5
HALFTIME SCORE 23 - 21
CONDITIONS Sunny and still.
CROWD 48000
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Derek Bevan
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
0 Try Ruben Kruger South Africa
1 Conversion Jannie de Beer South Africa
2 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
3 Try Alama Ieremia New Zealand
4 Missed Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
5 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
6 Try Gary Teichmann South Africa
7 Conversion Jannie de Beer South Africa
8 Try Percy Montgomery South Africa
9 Conversion Jannie de Beer South Africa
10 Substitution (Injury) Fritz Van Heerden for Ruben Kruger South Africa
10 Try Carlos Spencer New Zealand
11 Missed Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
12 Try Christian Cullen New Zealand
13 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
41 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
42 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
43 Try Justin Marshall New Zealand
44 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
45 Try Christian Cullen New Zealand
46 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
47 Try Taine Randell New Zealand
48 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
49 Try Joost Van der Westhuizen South Africa
50 Conversion Henry Honiball South Africa
51 Try Tana Umaga New Zealand
52 Missed Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
53 Try Pieter Rossouw South Africa
54 Conversion Henry Honiball South Africa
57 Substitution (Blood) Charles Riechelmann for Zinzan Brooke New Zealand
58 Substitution (Tactical) Naka Drotske for Krynauw Otto South Africa
66 Substitution (Tactical) Pieter Rossouw for Jannie de Beer South Africa
67 Substitution (Blood bin returning) Zinzan Brooke for Charles Riechelmann New Zealand
68 Substitution (Tactical) Andrew Mehrtens for Carlos Spencer New Zealand
74 Substitution (Tactical) Dawie Theron for Marius Hurter South Africa
75 Substitution (Tactical) Mark Allen for Craig Dowd New Zealand

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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