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- International Match
- 7th Jun 2014
- KO 16:00
- Att: 31,500
South Africa v World XV - Live
80 South Africa 47 World XV 13
80 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, GOOSEN! 47-13. Goosen adds the final nail in the touring team's coffin as he adds the easy extras! That's the last act of the match as the final whistle goes immediately afterwards. The Boks are deserved winners as they were in total control during the second half. The World XV were competitive during the first half but fell off the pace after the break. It was a very entertaining game throughout though
80 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, LE ROUX! 45-13. Brits launches a counter-attack, from inside his half, and passes to Vermeulen, who puts Lwazi Mvovo in the clear down the left-hand touchline! He throws a long pass to Le roux, who scores under the posts!
79 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, GOOSEN! 40-13. Goosen converts his own try and the hosts are cruising now!
78 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, GOOSEN! 38-13. Johan Goosen runs onto a pass from Fourie du Preez and beats two defenders before scoring under the posts!
77 The Boks attack from a ruck just outside the World XV's 22! Brits throws a long pass to Francois Louw, who knocks on.
74 YELLOW CARD, WORLD XV, COWAN! The World XV launch a drive, from a line-out on the Boks' five-metre line. The maul becomes static and they go to ground where Pat Cilliers is pinged for holding the ball on the ground. After checking with the TMO, referee Clancy sends Jimmy Cowan to the sin bin, after he is spotted on television replays stomping on Vermeulen's hand.
71 Gurthro Steenkamp us penalised for illegal scrummaging. Trinh-Duc kicks for touch and puts the ball out five metres inside the Boks' 22.
68 Ranger takes the ball up at pace and bumps off Habana! He is in the clear but is tackled into touch by Brits!
66 South Africa are penalised for a scrum infringement. Trinh-Duc puts the resulting penalty out on the home side's 10-metre line.
63 The World XV do well to push the Boks off the ball at a scrum and Kockott sets off on a run. He offloads to Fran�ois Trinh-Duc, who throws a long pass but the ball is intercepted by JP Pietersen! He spots the cover defence and kicks ahead but Kockott does well to fall back and fields the ball inside his 22.
60 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, M STEYN. 33-13. Steyn makes no mistake from the kicking tee to extend the hosts' lead.
59 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, B DU PLESSIS! 31-13. The Boks go on the drive again, and it''s the same end result as Bismarck gets in for his second try! That''s also his final act as he is replaced by Schalk Brits.
58 Schalk Ferreira is penalised for a scrum infringement. Morne Steyn puts the penalty into touch on the World XV''s five-metre line.
56 Rene Ranger strays offside on defence inside his 22. The Boks take a tap penalty and set up a ruck before Duane Vermeulen crashes over the line. It's no try. however, as he is held up by Andrew Hore!
54 Drew Mitchell gathers a pass inside his 22 and offloads to Giteau. He gets a pass away to O'Connor, who is brought to ground by Bismarck du Plessis. The Boks then go off their feet at the ruck and from the resulting penalty, Kockott plays quickly to set up another attack!
51 There was some foul play from the Boks after they scored the try and they are penalised. Kockott kicks for touch from the halfway line and puts the ball out, just outside the Boks' 22.
49 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, B DU PLESSIS! 26-13. The boks get their drive going from the line-out and Bismarck du Plessis is in control at the base. When he spots the try-line, he dives over!
48 YELLOW CARD, WORLD XV, GORGODZE! Mamuka Gorgodze is sent to the sin bin for offside play at the line-out.
48 Tekori is pinged for the same offence again. This time Steyn puts the penalty out on the World XV's five-metre line.
45 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, M STEYN! 21-13. Steyn gets the first points of the half, from the kicking tee, after Joe Tekori is penalised for entering a maul from the wrong side.
44 The World XV are under the cosh as the Boks attack inside their 22! Willem Alberts and Bismarck du Plessis are prominent ball-carriers.
41 Morne Steyn gets the second half underway! His kick is gathered by Roger Wilson, who goes to ground inside his 22 after a text-book tackle from Cornal Hendricks.
40 South Africa 18 World XV 13
40 PENALTY, WORLD XV, O'CONNOR. 18-13. O'Connor reduces the deficit to five points, after Bismarck du Plessis, Habana and Beast Mtawarira are all pinged for being offside.
38 Jannie du Plessis is pinged for dropping his bind and Giteau puts the ball out on the Boks' 22-metre line.
36 Morne Steyn spots a gap behind the World XV 's defence and puts a cross-field kick through which rolls into touch 15 metres from the visitors' try-line.
34 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, M STEYN! 18-10. Steyn makes no mistake with the two-pointer to give the Boks an eight-point lead!
33 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, BOTHA! 16-10. Bryan Habana runs onto a pass from le Roux and beats a couple of defenders before offloading to Matfield! Matfield passes back to Habana, who throws an overhead pass to Bakkies Botha, who crashes over!
31 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, M STEYN. 11-10. Steyn puts the home side back in front, after Hargreaves strays offside on defence.
28 Morne Steyn holds onto the ball on the ground too long. O'Connor kicks for touch and the World XV have an attacking line-out close to the Boks' 10-metre line.
25 Botha is pinged for playing Hargreaves in the air from a kick off. O'Connor puts the ball out midway between the halfway line and the Boks' 22.
23 PENALTY, WORLD XV, O'CONNOR. 8-10. The Boks are penalised for a scrum infringement and O'Connor makes them pay with a well-struck place-kick.
20 Rory Kockott tries to take a tap penalty, just outside the Boks' 22, but he knocks on and the hosts gain a reprieve!
17 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, HABANA! 8-7. The world XV fail to deal with a high ball and the Boks win a turnover deep inside the visitors' half. The ball goes through the hands and Pietersen, Vermeulen and Willie le Roux all handle before Bryan Habana dives over in the left-hand corner!
16 From a scrum inside the Springboks' 22, Duane Vermeulen picks up and goes! He sets up a ruck before Ruan Pienaar tries to kick for touch but Craig Burden charges down Referee George Clancy awards a penalty to the Boks as Burden is adjudged to be offside.
13 The world XV attack inside South Africa's 22 and Giteau catches the hosts by surprise with a grubber kick! Hosea Gear gives chase but the ball rolls over the dead-ball line.
12 Victor Matfield is penalised for entering a ruck from the side. Giteau puts the resulting penalty out on South Africa's five-metre line.
9 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, M STEYN! 3-7. Morne Steyn reduces the deficit, from the kicking tee, after the World XV are pinged for being offside on defence.
7 CONVERSION, WORLD XV, O'CONNOR! 0-7. James O'Connor adds the extras to extend the visitors' lead!
6 TRY, WORLD XV. HARGREAVES! 0-5. The World XV show great continuity and take the ball through several phases! They are soon inside the Boks' 22 and Juandre Kruger is stopped just short of the line but manages to pop the ball backwards to Alisatair Hargreaves, who dives over despite the attentions of Bakkies Botha!
4 The World XV attack inside their half and Rory Kockott puts Rene Ranger into a gap! He is soon on the Boks' 10-metre line but is brought to ground by JP Pietersen and Bakkies Botha.
1 Matt Giteau gets us underway with a deep kick which Morne Steyn gathers on his five-metre line. He boots the ball upfield where Steffon Armitage gathers close to the halfway mark.
0 Cheetahs flyer Cornal Hendricks will make his Test debut for the Springboks on the right wing. Hendricks is the only newcomer in the team as Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer opted for continuity in his team's first match of the year. The old firm of Bakkies Botha and interim captain Victor Matfield are re-united in the second row. JP Pietersen moves to outside centre. Schalk Burger makes a return to the side for the first time in two and a half years while Frans Steyn, Schalk Brits, Lwazi Mvovo and Johan Goosen are also back after playing no Test rugby last year. The five players who started in the 19-10 win over France in Paris last November but are not in the starting team this week, are the injured Jean de Villiers, Jaque Fourie and Eben Etzebeth, as well as Flip van der Merwe and Coenie Oosthuizen, who will both start on the bench.
0 Nick Mallett has selected a World XV that includes five South Africans to face the Springboks. Wynand Olivier, Rory Kockott, Alistair Hargreaves, Juandr� Kruger and Craig Burden will take on their home country in Saturday's one-off fixture. Also included in the XV is James O'Connor, who joins fellow Australians Drew Mitchell and Matt Giteau in the line-up, with New Zealanders Rene Ranger and Hosea Gear completing the backline. Up front there's a back-row of Mamuka Gorgodze, Steffon Armitage and Roger Wilson, who wears number eight, while Carl Hayman and Sona Taumalolo are either side of hooker Burden.
0 Good day and welcome to our live coverage of this Test between the Springboks and a World XV at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town. Don't go away! We'll return soon with team news.
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