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Province survive Cheetahs fightback

Province survive Cheetahs fightback

first_img SumabisThis Is What Happens To Your Body If You Sleep With Socks OnSumabis|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Post by Craig Lewis Published on January 2, 2021 Tim Swiel takes a shot at goal Western Province flyhalf Tim Swiel slotted an 81st-minute penalty to snatch a thrilling 31-29 victory over the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.Coming into this penultimate round-robin fixture, Western Province had slipped to third on the Currie Cup standings after the Lions overcame the Pumas earlier in the day.For WP, it heightened the importance of victory to remain in line for a home semi-final at Newlands, while the Cheetahs knew that defeat would end their playoff hopes.Keeping all this in mind, it looked as if WP were headed for a comfortable victory when they led 23-9 after 55 minutes, but then came a stunning fightback from the Cheetahs.Two quickfire tries and the superb goal-kicking of Frans Steyn reignited the home team’s never-say-die spirit, and heading into the dramatic final minutes, the Free State side held a one-point lead.But throughout this game, Swiel had kicked superbly at goal, and when it mattered most he stepped up to slot an angled penalty after Province had won an all-important scrum penalty.The first half in particular had been a tense and physical affair, but it was also blighted by a slew of penalties as Swiel successfully converted four shots at goal for WP to take a 12-9 lead.Once again, it was also the booming boot of Steyn that kept the Cheetahs in the game as he slotted two long-range place-kicks, but Province would strike a crucial blow just before the break.Yet another penalty was this time kicked to the corner, and from a well-worked lineout drive, Jaco Coetzee burst over to score and hand the visitors a handy eight-point lead at the break.In the opening exchanges of the second half, frustration and errors continued to add up from the Cheetahs, while two more penalties were in kicking range for Swiel.However, there was finally a shot of life for the hosts when hooker Wilmar Arnoldi powered over from the back of a maul after a period of extended pressure. That cut the deficit to just seven points.And then, just minutes later, speedster Rosko Specman pounced to score under the posts, and in the blink of an eye, the scores were drawn level heading into the final quarter.Steyn would next slot a penalty to hand the Cheetahs the lead for the first time in the game, but soon after, a brain fade from fullback Clayton Blommetjies saw him concede an off-the-ball penalty.WP kicked to the corner and scored through Bongi Mbonambi as they again turned to their reliable lineout drive.The drama was far from over, though, as the Cheetahs won a scrum penalty against the feed, with Steyn slotting his fifth penalty to restore a narrow lead. That could have been the match-winner, but it was Swiel who would have the final say.Cheetahs – Tries: Wilmar Arnoldi, Rosko Specman. Conversions: Frans Steyn (2). Penalties: Steyn (5).WP – Tries: Jaco Coetzee, Bongi Mbonambi. Penalties: Swiel (7).Cheetahs – 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Rhyno Smith, 13 Dries Swanepoel, 12 Frans Steyn, 11 Rosko Specman, 10 Reinhardt Fortuin, 9 Ruben de Haas, 8 Jeandre Rudolph, 7 Oupa Mohoje, 6 Andisa Ntsila, 5 Reniel Hugo, 4 Carl Wegner (c), 3 Khutha Mchunu, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Boan Venter.Subs: 16 Marnus van der Merwe, 17 Erich de Jager, 18 Conraad van Vuuren, 19 Victor Sekekete, 20 Chris Massyn, 21 George Cronje,  22 Howard Mnisi, 23 Tian Meyer.WP – 15 Damian Willemse, 14 Sergeal Petersen, 13 Dan du Plessis, 12 Rikus Pretorius, 11 Angelo Davids, 10 Tim Swiel, 9 Herschel Jantjies, 8 Juarno Augustus, 7 Johan du Toit, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 David Meihuizen, 4 JD Schickerling, 3 Frans Malherbe, 2 Bongi Mbonambi, 1 Steven Kitshoff (captain).Subs (from): 16 Scarra Ntubeni, 17 Kwenzo Blose, 18 Neethling Fouche, 19 Chris van Zyl, 20 Marcel Theunissen, 21 Paul de Wet, 22 Ruhan Nel, 23 Tristan Leyds, 24 Leon Lyons, 25 Chad Solomon, 26 Ben-Jason Dixon.Photo: Gallo Images From the magazine: Jano Vermaak names his Perfect XVFormer Springbok, Bulls, Lions and Stormers scrumhalf Jano Vermaak names a team of the best he played alongside and against.SA Rugby MagUndoCNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLife Exact BrazilGrace Jones Is Now 72 Years Old, This Is Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndoGoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLoans | Search AdsLooking for loan in Hong Kong? 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Kramp-Karrenbauer drops in German opinion poll, Merkel picks up

Kramp-Karrenbauer drops in German opinion poll, Merkel picks up

first_imgAs Angela Merkel’s position as German chancellor enters its final phase, her popularity is increasing, according to a latest poll, while her successor as head of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, has seen her approval ratings drop.More than half (52 percent) of Germans say they are satisfied or very satisfied with how Merkel is governing their country, slightly more than in the previous month’s survey, according to a poll published late Thursday.While 37 percent of Germans would like Merkel’s chancellorship to end early, 59 percent say they want her to see out her term, which ends in 2021. Kramp-Karrenbauer, the new leader of the center-right CDU and potential Merkel successor, saw her approval ratings drop by 8 points to 37 percent since February, dented by negative media coverage following a televised Carnival event during which she made a joke about gender-neutral bathrooms.According to the poll, just 30 percent of Germans are pleased with what Merkel’s government has achieved, however, and 81 percent believe the chancellor “has significantly lost support” in the governing coalition of CDU/CSU and the Social Democrats.If Germans were to choose a new government this weekend, the ruling coalition would fail to win a majority, with the CDU/CSU (29 percent) and SPD (17 percent) together polling 46 percent. The so-called “Jamaica” coalition of  CDU/CSU, the Greens (19 percent) and the pro-business FDP (8 percent) would win a comfortable majority of 56 percent, the poll indicated. Also On POLITICO Germany’s CDU chief sets out European vision, responds to Macron By Helen Collis Germany: CDU chief slammed for LGBT joke By Galaxy Henrylast_img read more

#OurSons 2019 deemed a success

#OurSons 2019 deemed a success

first_imgImpending showers and sweltering mid-morning heat were no match for the anticipation of boys and young men at this year’s staging of #OurSons, an interactive motivational session by B3 Parenting. Hosted at Ballaz Liberty Park in St Andrew, the 2019 instalment encouraged participants to “Believe the Ball” as the event incorporated sport, lifestyle, and education in a variegated outreach effort.First-hand exposure to sport and life principles via games, multimedia videos, and an inspiring mentorship sessions with long-time sport educators Sean Williams and Andre Virtue added to the overall experience as the event catered to youth from varying demographics for the second year in a row. Sponsored by Sagicor, the Office of the Children’s Advocate (OCA), Restaurants of Jamaica, Aldor Candies, and Ballaz Academy, the event saw more than 400 youth turn out to participate.“This year has been tremendous and a big thank you to the sponsors who came on board to ensure that we were able to execute the activities,” Event Curator and B3 Parenting Consultant Michelle Gordon said. “There is a rising need for special attention to be given to the way boys and young men are socialised in our society. This is one of the many reasons for the event. It is imperative that we create and show positive role models as we prepare our boys and young men for adulthood.”The event was free to the boys with registration, and organisers say it inspired young men to believe in themselves despite not being given opportunities easily. Speaker Sean Williams urged participants to note life’s cautions (yellow cards) by controlling anger and reactions to avoid detriment (red cards). Other speakers included Sagicor’s Philbert Perry, the OCA’s Diahann Gordon-Harrison, Kurt Boothe of Medical Disposables and Supplies, and Leshawn Solomon of Nestlé. CELEBRITY APPEARANCES The boys were visited by dancehall artist-turned-philanthropist Rodney ‘Bounty Killa’ Price, who spent time engaging with several #OurSons attendees from Arnett Gardens Football Club. He, too, added to the message that the right attitude in life would determine greater success. “I believe that the event has done what it was intended to do. Our aim was to reach out and connect with the boys through inspiration, motivation, and a sport loved by so many young boys: football. The turnout today is indicative of success. Until the next staging, I hope all our #OurSons will continue to believe the ball, Gordon said.last_img read more

Classy Pogba steers Man United to 3-0 win at Young Boys

Classy Pogba steers Man United to 3-0 win at Young Boys

first_imgBERN,  (Reuters) – Captain Paul Pogba produced an outstanding performance garnished by two goals to help Manchester United to a resounding 3-0 win at Swiss debutants Young Boys Bern in their Champions League Group H opener yesterday. Pogba bossed midfield on the artificial pitch and fired United ahead in the 35th minute with a goal of the highest quality, drilling a left-foot shot into the top corner from the edge of the penalty area after side-stepping his marker.The France World Cup winner made it 2-0 with a contentious 44th-minute penalty, harshly awarded by German referee Deniz Aytekin after Luke Shaw’s cross struck Kevin Mbabu’s arm as the defender tried to avoid contact.A darting run by Pogba midway through the second half released Anthony Martial and the forward scored with a clinical finish from eight metres after his compatriot’s good work left him with time and space to find the back of the net. Roared on by a vocal home crowd, Young Boys charged at United in the opening 30 minutes, forcing two saves by David De Gea as the Spain goalkeeper kept out long-range efforts from Mohamed Ali Camara and Christian Fassnacht.United’s defence looked vulnerable on either flank to the home team’s breakaways, although 19-year-old Portuguese right back Diogo Dalot showed pace going forward on his debut for the Premier League side.After Marcus Rashford clipped the outside of the post with a flicked shot in the 22nd minute, United’s nerves were settled when Pogba broke the deadlock out of nothing thanks to a piece of sublime individual skill. Young Boys’ hopes of a comeback evaporated after Pogba confidently converted the penalty and Martial, enjoying a rare start up front, made no mistake at the near post as United maintained cruise control in the second half.last_img read more