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Right at the bottom of the log the Western Force host the NSW Waratahs on Friday. The Force are the only team to have not won a match so far. It would seem unlikely that they will get their first win this week as the Waratahs were pretty ruthless last week against the Cats running in seven tries to hit the 50-point mark. The Force will have their hands full trying to contain Mat Rogers at fly half.


Almost Live match summary



Referee – Scott Young


Conditions – Good


Time: 0.00
The Force give away an early penalty
Peter Hewat gets the penalty
10.00
The Waratahs have scored a try and its from a break by Alex Kanaar
Hewat converts
Force 0 Waratahs 10
21.00
Hewat misses a long range penalty
33.00
Sailor tries to catch the high ball and drops it much to crowds delight
Both sides are just bashing away at each other’s defences
40.00
As the hooter Sailor brushes aside a Force player to score a try
Hewat misses the conversion
Force 0 Waratahs 18


Its half time


45.00
Scott Daruda is down and receiving medical attention it looks bad
51.00
Rogers receives a knock on the nose – possibly broken
52.00
Daruda is still being looked at but the game has not been stopped
54.00
Daruda is finally taken off on the golf cart with his neck bound
57.00
Norton Knight nearly gets over for the try
66.00
This is a bit of a dissapointing match as neither side is doing much right
70.00
Sailor gets wide and powers over the line
Hewat gets the conversion
72.00
There is a bit of confusion as the Force kick through and behind the Tahs line
Haig Sare manages gets the ball and scores the try under the posts
The Crowd goes nuts!
They get the conversion and the crown goes nuts again
Force 7 Waratahs 25
75.00
Will Caldwell for the Waratahs dives over the line for a try
Hewat gets the conversion
Waratahs have the bonus point
Force 7 Waratahs 32
80.22
The Hooter blows
Its full time

The Waratahs win and get the bonus point


Scorers


Force


Tries
Sare

Conversions

Penalties

Drop goals



Waratahs


Tries
Kanaar
Sailor 2
Caldwell

Conversions
Hewat 3

Penalties
Hewat

Drop goals


Teams


Force v Waratahs


Force:
1. Tai McIsaac 2. Brendan Cannon (capt) 3. David Fitter 4. John Welborn 5. Pat O’Connor 6. David Pusey 7. Matt Hodgson 8. Richard Brown 9. Matt Henjak 10. Scott Daruda 11. Digby Ioane 12. Scott Staniforth (vc) 13. Josh Graham 14. Haig Sare 15. James Hilgendorf


Reserves 16. Pek Cowan 17. David Te Moana 18. Luke Doherty 19. Tim Davidson 20. Chris O’Young 21. Brock James 22. Tajhon Mailata


Waratahs:
Sam Norton-Knight, Peter Hewat, Morgan Turinui, Shaun Berne, Wendell Sailor, Mat Rogers, Chris Whitaker (capt), David Lyons, Phil Waugh, Wycliff Palu, Daniel Vickerman, Alex Kanaar, Al Baxter, Adam Freier, Benn Robinson.


Reserves: Tatafu Polota-Nau, Matt Dunning, Will Caldwell, Stephen Hoiles, Brett Sheehan, Daniel Halangahu, Ben Jacobs, Dean Mumm.


 

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