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Vodacom Blue Bulls junior side lose in final
29 October 2011

There was massive disappointment for the Vodacom Blue Bulls u.19 side in Johannesburg on Saturday when they lost 20-19 in the final of the Absa u.19 Cup.

The Blue Bulls side took a commanding 13-3 lead after a try by Wiaan Liebenberg, but the home side dominated the last half hour of play and scored the winning try with seven minutes to go.

The visitors had a 6-3 lead at the break and were leading till the 63th minute, when the Lions scored their third and match-winning try.

The Blue Bulls tried to work themselves into a field position for fly half Tony Jantjies to attempt a dropped goal, but failed to do so and the Lions were celebrating.

William Small-Smith, captain of the Blue Bulls, congratulated the Golden Lions on their win.

“It was the little things that cost us in this final. We made too many little mistakes and that eventually wore us down. Well done to the Lions, who played very well and came hard at us.”

Scorers:

Golden Lions 20 (3). Tries: Errol Jaggers, Stephan Nel, Chris Putter. Conversion: David Schmidt. Penalty: Schmidt.

Blue Bulls 19 (6). Try: Wiaan Liebenberg. Conversion: Tony Jantjies. Penalties: Jantjies (4).

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9
Die Bulle was in die 2de helfte nie in die prentjie nie,Leeus het verdien om die een te wen
Posted by Anti Province on 31 October 2011 08:31
8
2 de jaar wat 0 19's alles wen en dan in die final vasval. Miskien moet ons begin kyk na 'n ander coach!
Posted by FRANNABUL on 31 October 2011 08:28
7
Mens moet eers die game speel, voor jy hom kan wen! NIetemin `n goeie seisoen gewees jong manne!! Rus goed uit vir volgende jaar se trappie wat bietjie hoër gaan wees!!
Posted by Bloumens on 30 October 2011 08:30
6
Geroof deur TMO, daai was nie 'n drie nie!
Posted by FRANNABUL on 30 October 2011 07:08
5
Dankie manne
Posted by Shannow on 29 October 2011 16:35
4
46-30
Posted by Stapper on 29 October 2011 16:31
3
46-30 gewen, maar was 36-30 voor met nog 4 minute oor, gelukkig vasgebyt en gedruk en strafskop oorgesit. Geluk aan die 0/21's, julle het gespeel soos die hele seisoen en gewen. Dit het vir my gelyk asof die 0/19's hul wedstrydpatroon verander het vir die finaal (te veel geskop) en toe verloor het. So ons het darem een beker vir die jaar, mag dit volgende jaar net nog beter gaan.
Posted by bendiebul on 29 October 2011 16:30
2
Ek is nie by die huis om die rugby te kyk vandag nie. Kan iemand dalk vir my op hoogte hou wat met die O21 wedstryd gebeur?
Posted by Shannow on 29 October 2011 16:25
1
Is almal so kwaad dat hulle nie wil blog nie?
Posted by Stapper on 29 October 2011 16:10
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