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- 22nd Mar 2014
- KO 08:40
- Ground: Canberra Stadium
Brumbies v Stormers - Live
Brumbies 25-15 Stormers
80 So the Stormers yet again come up empty handed! It was a better performance with Grant's boot and Kobus van Wyk's moment of madness being their downfall! The Stormers showed signs of the team they can be but need to work on holding onto possession and converting that possession and pressure into points. The Brumbies deserved their victory tonight and will be mighty pleased with their back to back wins!
80 CONVERSION, WHITE, 25-15. He adds the two points and that's the end of the game! Another good win for the Brumbies and another disappointing loss for the Stormers!
79 TRY! BRUMBIES, PENALTY TRY, 23-15. The Brumbies scrum is too good and the Stormers buckle under the pressure - penalty try!
78 The Stormers lose a line out on their own try line and the Brumbies go over the line through Pat McCabe! The ref checks with the TMO but is not given! Huge sigh of relief from the visitors who are still in this game!
76 Peter Grant misses another kick! He rushed this one! Huge miss!
75 TRY! STORMERS, DE JONGH, 18-15. Juan de Jongh crashes over with 5 minutes to play! Stormers right back in this!
72 Grant hits the post and it goes out over the dead ball line! Big miss for Grant, they really needed that one!
71 Nic White pushes it wide and the Stormers run it! Aplon runs brilliantly again and makes a break! The Stormer attack well and get a penalty advantage in the process. They knock on but will go back for the original penalty. Grant will have a shot from 30m out.
69 Brumbies win a penalty within kicking range! Nic White will have a shot here which will stretch out the lead to 11 points with 10 minutes to play. Big kick.
66 Stormers attack strongly inside the Brumbies 22m! They need a score here. The Brumbies defend well and Moore does well to win a penalty for the home side!
64 Nic White fails to add the two! Stormers have their backs against the wall now!
63 TRY! BRUMBIES, COLEMAN, 18-10. Completely bizarre try! All Kobus van Wyks fault as well who missed the original kick from White!
62 The Stormers deal with a White box kick terribly! It bounces to Mowen who pits a beautiful grubber through towards the try line. Kobus van Wyk gets back but bizzarly leaves it a yard out thinking it would roll out. Coleman picks up and dots down! They checking with the TMO!
61 The Stormers finally hold onto the ball for a lengthy period but the Brumbies defend well. Stormers attack is looking a bit tired and The Brumbies do well to win a penalty to get them out of trouble!
55 Nic White pulls the kick and the Stormers are let off the hook!
54 Brumbies win another penalty this time inside the Stormers 22. The home side did well again to hold onto possession for about 16 phases before the visitors infringed. White will have a shot at goal.
51 A high tackle from Vermeulen gives the Brumbies a penalty. The opt to go for touch and White finds it deep inside the Stormers 22m.
49 Brumbies win the line out! But Deon Fourie does well at the breakdown to win a penalty!
49 Jordan Smiler SMOKES van Wyk as he runs an inside ball! Surprised he got up. Stormers lose the ball in the following phase and White puts in a good tactical kick out deep in the Stormers half.
47 Grant makes a mistake as he kicks out on the full! Brumbies have a line out around the half way. Stephen Moore's throw si not straight and the Stormers get possession again. They need to rty and build some phases here!
45 Mogg finds space on the counter attack to get the brumbies on the front foot! The Brumbies then hold onto the ball for about 10 phases before the Stormers win a penalty deep in their half. Good defense again from the visitors.
41 Nic White gets us underway! Groom goes high instead of out and the Brumbies gather and begin to attack! Stormers do well and win a penalty at the breakdown.
Brumbies 13-10 Stormers
40 An even first half with the highlight definitely being the try from the Brumbies which had Stephen Larkham written all over it, classic Brumbies try from their golden era. The Stormers look better than they have in previous matches and have a definite chance of getting their first winmof the tour. Second half should come down to discipline, kicking your points and keeping possession of the ball!
40 And that's the end of the first half! A very even contest with a try a piece and only 3 points separating the two sides!
39 PENALTY, BRUMBIES, WHITE, 13-10. White nudges one over from straight in front!
38 Brumbies show great composure as they play through 14 phases. The Stormers defense is solid and manages to keep the home side at bay. Deon Fourie eventually concedes a penalty for not releasing as the tackler!
35 Big scrum from the Brumbies who win a penalty. It's just a bit out of kicking range and White finds a decent touch on the Stormers 22m.
32 PENALTY, BRUMBIES, WHITE, 10-10. No mistake from Nic White to level the scores!
31 Brumbies win a penalty straight out in front as the Stormers are off their feet at the breakdown.
31 Brumbies on attack now and win a penalty in kicking range. The ref has gone upstairs to check on a dangerous tackle by the Stormers. Yip, Liebenburgh has clearly tip tackled Ben Mowen and has been sent to the bin for 10 min. Brumbies kick for touch.
29 Aplon goes straight through on the counter attack! He steps a defender but his offload his intercepted by Toomua. Toomua knocks on as the Stormers continue to attack. The Stormers eventually get penalized!
27 Grant puts an up-and-under up which is not dealt with well at all! The Stormers re-gather and Kolisi finds some space on the wing! He runs strongly fending off White but his offload to van Wyk is not held as they lose possession!
25 Good defense this time from the Stormers. The Brumbies run hard but eventually knock the ball on in a collision!
23 CONVERSION, GRANT, 7-10. No problem for Grant who adds the two points!
23 TRY! STORMERS, VERMEULEN, 7-8. The maul is brought up short but then Vermeluen goes crashing and does well as he goes over for the visitors first try!
21 Stormers attack well as Groom comes close! They playing with a penalty advantage as they go wide to have a crack! Jean de Villiers comes close again but to no avail. Brumbies get a final warning as the Stormers kick for touch to set up a driving maul.
18 Mogg gets caught after attempting a counter attack. Kobus van Wyk was the man doing good work to win the visitors a penalty. Aplon finds touch on the Brumbies 22m!
16 Mowen steals the line out ball and the Brumbies attack well and build a few phases as they enter the Stormers 22m. A promising play ends as they knock the ball on! Stormers seem to be quite slow on defense and are waiting for the Brumbies to attack them.
14 Brumbies win their scrum under pressure and White finds a decent touch this time!
13 Stormers attack strongly but unfortunately there's a bit of accidental obstruction and the Brumbies get a put in just in front of their own try line.
12 Brumbies have played the main in the air and are penalized. Aplon finds touch inside the Brumbies 22m.
10 CONVERSION, WHITE, 7-3. Cracker strike from White from the corner!
9 TRY! BRUMBIES, COLEMAN, 5-3. Great try from the Brumbies! Plenty of decoy runners and Toomua goes straight through! He finds Coleman on his outside whose come all the way from the oppositie wing in support! He's got gas and goes all the way in the corner!
7 PENALTY, STORMERS, GRANT, 0-3. No mistake from straight in front!
6 Jean de Villiers goes straight through off the set piece scrum! He finds a support player on his left inside the Brumbies 22m but he's brought up short. Brumbies are causing chaos at the breakdown and are rightfully penalized. Grant should have an easy 3 here.
4 Grant's first kick is wide!
3 Stephen Moore is penalized at the ruck and Grant will have an early shot from the corner of the 22m!
2 Mogg makes the first mistake of the match as he clears out on the full. Stormers have an attacking line out!
1 Peter Grant gets us underway! Nic White clears but doesn't find much ground!
0 Brumbies news: Smith makes his way to the starting team via the Brumbies bench where he has featured alongside twin brother, Ruan, since Round 2. Scott Sio''s ankle injury has forced the first change to the Brumbies front-row in 2014 and is one of four changes to the starting side which beat the Waratahs in Canberra last weekend. Leon Power has also been forced out through injury, moving Scott Fardy back to lock and Jordan Smiler into the starting side at blindside flanker. Joe Tomane comes back from injury to replace Henry Speight on the wing, while Andrew Smith slides into the team at outside centre in place of Tevita Kuridrani, who has returned to Fiji for a funeral. The bench is packed with potential debutants, as Jack Whetton (lock), Michael Dowsett (scrum-half) and Stephan van der Walt (wing) all line up to make Super Rugby appearances. Ruaidhri Murphy has also been recalled to the Brumbies bench as cover for prop, with the rest of the 23-man squad intact from last week''s win.
0 Stromers news: Head coach Allister Coetzee has made five changes to his team, one of which is positional, with Gio Aplon shifting from wing to full-back as Tagicakibau starts on the left wing. Peter Grant comes in at fly-half for Demetri Catrakilis, who drops to the bench. Up front, fit-again tighthead prop Frans Malherbe (toe injury) takes over from Brok Harris - with the latter reverting to the bench - and Michael Rhodes (shoulder) is back in the mix as the lock replacement for De Kock Steenkamp, who flew home with a groin injury earlier this week.
0 Welcome to Canberra for the Stormers vs Brumbies clash! The Stormers have really struggled this season and are up against a side who are starting to show that life after Jake White is not completely bleak. Should be a fantastic contest!
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