LIVE – Castle Lager Rugby Championship – South Africa vs Argentina


Update #22

That’s it! The Boks win 37-15 at full-time.

Update #21

20-year-old Curwin Bosch comes on to win his maiden Test cap with four-minutes left, replacing Jantjies.

Update #20

Sub Pieter-Steph du Toit reaches over to grab the Boks’ fourth of the evening. Jantjies’ successful conversion makes it 37-15 with seven to play.

Update #19

Siya Kolisi crashes over for another Saffa score. Jantjies converts. 30-15.

Update #18

Emilliano Boffelli scores in the corner for the away side. Sanchez converts. 23-15.

Update #17

Raymond Rhule scores for the Boks after a sweeping backline move. Jantjies’ conversion makes it 23-8.

Update #16

Jantjies responds with another three-pointer.

Update #15

Another Sanchez penalty makes it 13-8.

Update #14

The sides are back out for the second 40.

Update #13

Halftime. The hosts lead 13-points to five.

Update #12

Courtnell Skosan breaks the line to score under the poles. Jantjies adds the extras.

Update #11

Argentina score a scintillating try on the counter through Martin Landajo. Nicholas Sanchez’s failed attempt from the kicking-tee means the Boks still lead 6-5 just seven-minutes out from halftime.

Update #10

Another Jantjies penalty means the Boks lead by six to nil.

Update # 9

Jantjies is successful with the kicking tee. Boks 3-0 Argentina after 11-minutes.

Update #8

Elton Jantjies gets the game underway.

Update #7

The teams are out for the national anthems. Just a few minutes til kick-off here at Nelson Mandela Bay.

Update #6

Just over half an hour until kick-off – follow our live feed for all the latest updates.

Update #5

The Argentine subs bench are: 16. Montoya, 17. Noguera, 18. Herrera, 19. Kremer, 20. Desio, 21. Cubelli, 22. Hernandez, 23. Moroni.

Update #4

The Argentines will once again be captained by the imperious Agustin Creevy, in what will be his 63rd-Test match. Their starting side will be: 1. Chaparro, 2. Creevy, 3. Pieretto, 4. Petti, 5. Lavanini, 6. Matera, 7. Lezana, 8. Senatore, 9. Landajo, 10. Sanchez, 11. Boffelli, 12. De la Fuente, 13. Orlando, 14. Moyano, 15. Tuculet.

Update #3

The bench consists of the following: 16. Mbonambi, 17. Kitshoff, 18. Nyakane, 19. du Toit, 20. du Preez, 21. Hougaard, 22. Bosch, 23. de Allende.

Update #2

Bok stand-in skipper, Eben Etzebeth, leads out a relatively inexperienced side in PE this afternoon. The starting XV reads as follows: 1. Mtawarira, 2. Marx, 3. Oosthuizen, 4. Etzebeth, 5. Mostert, 6. Kolisi, 7. Kriel, 8. Cassiem, 9. Cronje, 10. Jantjies, 11. Skosan, 12. Serfontein, 13. Kriel, 14. Rhule, 15. Coetzee.


Update #1

Good afternoon and welcome to our coverage of South Africa’s opening game of the 2017 Rugby Championship against Argentina.+



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