MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS South Africa vs New Zealand
VENUE Kings Park
DATE 10 August 2002 15:00
COMPETITION Vodacom Tri-Nations
FINAL SCORE 23 - 30
TRIES 2 - 4
HALFTIME SCORE 17 - 17
CONDITIONS Warm and sunny with a slight breeze. Ground firm.
CROWD 52000
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Dave McHugh
Referee Chris White
Assistant Referee Chris White
Assistant Referee Alain Rolland
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
1 Try Neil de Kock South Africa
2 Conversion André Pretorius South Africa
3 Try Leon MacDonald New Zealand
4 Missed Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
14 Penalty Try (5pt) New Zealand
15 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
27 Penalty André Pretorius South Africa
32 Try André Pretorius South Africa
33 Conversion André Pretorius South Africa
35 Try Doug Howlett New Zealand
36 Missed Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
46 Penalty André Pretorius South Africa
48 Penalty Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
48 Substitution (Tactical) Bolla Conradie for Neil de Kock South Africa
48 Substitution (Tactical) Brent Russell for De Wet Barry South Africa
49 Drop Goal André Pretorius South Africa
50 Substitution (Tactical) Mark Hammett for Tom Willis New Zealand
54 Substitution (Tactical) Sam Broomhall for Simon Maling New Zealand
58 Substitution (Tactical) Ollie Le Roux for Lawrence Sephaka South Africa
58 Substitution (Tactical) Faan Rautenbach for Willie Meyer South Africa
59 Penalty Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
61 Substitution (Tactical) Daryl Gibson for Leon MacDonald New Zealand
69 Substitution (Tactical) Byron Kelleher for Justin Marshall New Zealand
72 Try Aaron Mauger New Zealand
72 Substitution (Tactical) Victor Matfield for AJ Venter South Africa
72 Substitution (Tactical) Hendro Scholtz for Corné Krige South Africa
73 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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