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Steinhoff Maties Young Guns put FNB UCT Young Guns to the sword

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After a flurry of six tries in the second half, the Steinhoff Maties Young Guns defeated the FNB UCT Young Guns 40-24 in an 11-try thriller at the Green Mile.

The FNB UCT Young Guns started the game well, coping with the intensity that their opponents brought this time around. Jamie King made the breakthrough for the home side, with Rory Thomson’s conversion giving the home team an 8-0 lead early on in the match. The FNB UCT Young Guns continued to dominate the first quarter of the game, with Edward Bester crossing the line to give his side a 16-point lead.

The Steinhoff Maties Young Guns came back strong after the first strat break, working the ball well and allowing Johan Visser to break through and cross the line. Duvenhage then converted, halving the deficit. One would have thought that the Steinhoff Maties Young Guns were clawing their way back into the game until Jamie King crossed the line for his second try of the day, restoring the home team’s 16-point lead. Before the half ended, Troy Payne scored a try for the visitors, meaning the score at halftime was FNB UCT Young Guns 24-13 FNB Maties Young Guns.

The dynamic of the game shifted in the second half, with FNB Maties Young Guns turning up the heat on their opponents. Duvenhage was the first to cross the white line, with Hartzenberg showing signs of what a dangerous runner he can be. A strong arm from Thomas Meyer saw him fending off defenders as he extended Steinhoff Maties Young Guns’ lead.

The boys from Stellenbosch also displayed some attacking flair along with their efficiency, with Ryan Muller expertly collecting a chipped ball from John Lourens before crossing the try line. Another strong run from Hartzenberg saw Troy Payne scoring another for the visitors. Carel Swart then scored, before Johannes van Schalkwyk crossed the line for the final time of the day, ending the match Steinhoff Maties Young Guns 55-24 FNB UCT Young Guns.

Scorers
FNB UCT Young Guns: 24

Tries: Jamie King (2), Edward Bester
Cons: Rory Thomson (3)
Yellow Cards: Warren Driver

Steinhoff Maties Young Guns: 55
Tries: Carel Swart, Johan Visser, Johannes Duvenhage, Thomas Meyer, Ryan Muller, Troy Payne (2), Johannes van Schalkwywk.
Cons: Johannes Duvenhage (5)

Teams
FNB UCT Young Guns:
15 Rory Thomson, 14 Reitumetse Mogoje, 13 Liam Furniss, 12 Dilon Peyt, 11 Mohammed Ahmed, 10 Edward Bester, 9 Warren Driver, 8 Jamie King, 7 Liam Greenhalgh, 6 Dylan Hadzigrigoriou, 5 Byron Bowes, 4 Elliot Avery, 3 Ewan Pieters, 2 Greg Willcocks, 1 Ashwyn Adams.

Replacements: 16 Sihle Lonzi, 17 Adeeb Isaacs, 18 Tomasz De Rosenworth, 19 Christian Stehlik, 20 Byron Cranswick, 21 Harry Makin, 22 Esona Mrwetyana, 23 Abdul Armien.

Steinhoff Maties Young Guns: 1 Ricky Nwagbara, 2 Shane Farmer, 3 Carel Swart, 4 Daniel Froneman, 5 Douw Styger, 6 Johan Visser, 7 Thomas Meyer, 8 Dean Schwartz, 9 Matthew Dahl, 10 John Lourens, 11 Bradley Kiewitz, 12 Johannes Duvenhage, 13 Troy Payne, 14 Munier Hartzenberg, 15 Ryan Muller.

Replacements: 16 Carel Steinmann, 17 David du Toit, 18 Marthinus Fourie, 19 Nevada Jacobs, 20 Roelof Burger, 21 Johannes van Schalkwyk, 22 Adriaan van der Bank, 23 Liam Hurling.

By Wessley Thring

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