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After two failed attempts, the Stormers finally got their first win of the 2013 Super Rugby season, beating the Chiefs 36-34 at Newlands.
The boot of Stormers full-back Joe Pietersen ultimately proved the difference between the two sides and kept the home side ahead throughout a thrilling contest.
The hosts struck first through full-back Joe Pietersen, who was on hand once again to convert the Stormers opening try of the match when discarded Springbok speedster Gio Aplon came off his wing to take an Elton Janjties pass from close range to score.
Chiefs full-back Gareth Anscombe got his name on the scoresheet with a penalty of his own to close the gap slightly, before Pietersen added his second three-pointer moments later to steal back the Stormers' 10-point lead.
The vocal Newlands crowd were then silenced when the Chiefs hit back in typical fashion when centre Charlie Ngatai regathered a grubber kick ahead from Aaron Cruden for a well-earned try after sustained pressure on the Stormers line.
Anscombe's conversion made it a three-point (13-10) ball game, though the Chiefs could only watch helplessly as Pietersen's third penalty attempt sailed through the uprights in the 27th minute.
A yellow card to Chiefs halfback Tawera Kerr-Barlow eight minutes from half-time handed three more points to the Stormers from the ensuing penalty and all of a sudden the hosts were once again in a reasonably comfortable lead (19-10).
But with half-time approaching, the defending champs hit back with another excellent and crucial converted try through centre Tim Nanai-Williams after collecting Cruden's stab through ahead (19-17).
The Stormers would have the final say before the break, however, when Aplon crossed over for his second try - converted by Pietersen - to take his team into the half-time sheds 26-17 ahead.
The second half belonged the Chiefs early on after the visitors were restored to 15 men and Anscombe punished a Stormers infringment to put his team back within six points (26-20).
But Stormers scrum-half Nic Groom soon brought the 37,000-strong crowd to their feet when he burrowed over for his first ever Super Rugby try that was duly converted by goal-kicking machine Pietersen (33-20).
Down but not out, the visitors were given a glimmer of hope when Ngatai bagged his second and replacement back Andrew Horwell crossed over for their respective converted scores in between another Pietersen penalty.
The victory came at a cost for the Stormers, with star wing Bryan Habana ruled out for 10 weeks after tearing knee ligaments and being carried off during the second period.
|Saturday 15th February|
|15:05||Cheetahs vs Lions|
|17:10||Sharks vs Bulls|
|Friday 21st February|
|06:35||Crusaders vs Chiefs|
|17:10||Cheetahs vs Bulls|
|Saturday 22nd February|
|06:35||Highlanders vs Blues|
|08:40||Brumbies vs Reds|
|15:05||Sharks vs Hurricanes|
|17:10||Lions vs Stormers|
|Sunday 23rd February|
|05:05||Waratahs vs Western Force|
|Friday 28th February|
|06:35||Blues vs Crusaders|
|08:40||Melbourne Rebels vs Cheetahs|
|17:10||Stormers vs Hurricanes|
|Saturday 1st March|
|06:35||Chiefs vs Highlanders|
|08:40||Waratahs vs Reds|
|15:05||Western Force vs Brumbies|
|Friday 7th March|
|06:35||Hurricanes vs Brumbies|
|08:40||Reds vs Cheetahs|
|Saturday 8th March|
|06:35||Crusaders vs Stormers|
|08:40||Western Force vs Melbourne Rebels|
|15:05||Bulls vs Blues|
|17:10||Sharks vs Lions|
|Friday 14th March|
|06:35||Chiefs vs Stormers|
|08:40||Melbourne Rebels vs Crusaders|
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