MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS South Africa vs Australia
VENUE Minolta Loftus
DATE 28 July 2001 17:05
COMPETITION Vodacom Tri-Nations
FINAL SCORE 20 - 15
TRIES 1 - 0
HALFTIME SCORE 14 - 0
CONDITIONS Firm ground, floodlit.
CROWD 37500
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Dave McHugh
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
0 Penalty Braam van Straaten South Africa
1 Penalty Braam van Straaten South Africa
2 Penalty Braam van Straaten South Africa
3 Try Bob Skinstad South Africa
4 Missed Conversion Braam van Straaten South Africa
39 Substitution (Blood) Corné Krige for André Vos South Africa
40 Substitution (Blood bin returning) André Vos for Corné Krige South Africa
41 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
42 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
43 Penalty Braam van Straaten South Africa
44 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
45 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
46 Penalty Braam van Straaten South Africa
47 Penalty Manny Edmonds Australia
56 Substitution (Tactical) Matt Cockbain for David Giffin Australia
56 Substitution (Tactical) Corné Krige for André Vos South Africa
59 Substitution (Tactical) Ben Darwin for Rod Moore Australia
65 Substitution (Tactical) Ollie Le Roux for Robbie Kempson South Africa
68 Substitution (Tactical) Joe van Niekerk for Johan Ackermann South Africa
68 Substitution (Tactical) John Smit for Lukas van Biljon South Africa
69 Substitution (Tactical) Manny Edmonds for Elton Flatley Australia
71 Substitution (Tactical) Chris Latham for Matt Burke Australia
71 Substitution (Tactical) David Lyons for Toutai Kefu Australia

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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Friday, October 04 2019
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Tuesday, October 08 2019
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