Super Rugby

Reds beat Jaguares in Buenos Aires




The Jaguares host the final Super Rugby match on Saturday as they host the Reds in Buenos Aires.

These teams have only met once before and that match was last year in Buenos Aires and the Jaguares won 22-8.

  • The Jaguares picked up a 22-8 win in their only previous meeting with the Reds.
  • The Argentine squad have won four of their previous six games against Australian opposition, including each of their last three.
  • The Queensland side has won just one of their last 20 games outside Australia, conceding an average of 35 points per game in that span.
  • The Reds have gained just 350m per game this season, fewer than any other team.
  • Emiliano Boffelli has scored four tries in his last four games overall for the Jaguares, as well as having scored four tries in his last four games at home for the Argentinian outfit.

Match detail

We are waiting for the kick-off.

1.00: PEEEEP! We are underway in Argentina. 

3.00: The Reds earn a penalty at the breakdown and will take a shot at goal.

4.00: PENALTY! Tuttle puts the Reds on the scoreboard. 0-3

7.00: TRY! Bautista Delguy goes over for his fourth try in five games from the first-phase ball at the scrum. The winger took Santiago Iglesias’ inside shoulder ball and went through the gap to score. 5-3

8.00: CONVERSION! Nicolas Sanchez adds the extras. 7-3

10.00: James Slipper knocks on in contact and the home team have the scrum.

11.00: The penalty goes to the Jaguares. Taniela Tupou is pinged for illegal scrumming.

12.00: Big defence as the Reds sack the Jaguares’ maul and win the scrum.

16.00: The Reds get the lineout after Delguy knocks on into touch.

17.00: Matias Alemanno knocks the ball on and the Reds get another scrum. There have already been four handling errors, two each by both teams.

20.00: Yet more reset scrums.

21.00: The Reds are on the attack inside the Jaguares’ 22.

22.00: A patient attack comes to nought for the Reds.

24.00: The Jaguares are penalised for going off their feet. Tomas Lavanini is the culprit. Jonno Lance kicks a huge clearance.

26.00: The Reds win the penalty after an outrageous no-look, backdoor flick-pass by Filipo Daugunu, who was a former Fiji age-group goalkeeper.

27.00: The Reds get another penalty for a Jaguares infringement at the lineout. They kick to touch, again.

28.00: TRY! Brandon Paenga-Amosa gets over after a good driving maul. 7-8

30.00: MISS! Tuttle puts too much fade on his kick, but the Reds lead. 7-8

31.00: Agustin Creevy misses his jumpers. Tuttle gathers the bouncing ball and the Reds have possession inside the Jaguares’ half.

34.00: The referee speaks to both front rows because the scrum is needing to always be reset.

35.00: Eventually, the referee decides to award the Reds the penalty. Tuttle calls for the tee.

36.00: PENALTY! Tuttle slots the 49-metre penalty to extend his team’s lead. 7-11

38.00: The Reds have a penalty advantage. Lance decides to kick to a grubber to the corner.

39.00: After six phases of play, the referee calls play back for a late tackle on Sanchez. The Jaguares kick to the corner.

40.00: The Jaguares are held up, but we go back for a penalty at the driving maul. Sanchez kicks to the corner.

41.00: Another penalty goes against the Reds. It will be another lineout.

43.00: Oh dear! Santiago Iglesias butchers a golden opportunity. The ref is calling for a TMO referral for a deliberate knockdown.

43.00: No try! Half-time

The half-time score was Jaguares 7 Reds 11

41.00: PEEEEP! We are back underway in Buenos Aires. 

42.00: Santiago Iglesias knocks on after a poor pass by Gonzalo Bertranou. The Reds have the scrum inside the opposition’s 22.

44.00: A Reds counter-attack is halted. The Jaguares have the lineout on their 22. Iglesias is off for an HIA.

45.00: Penalty to the Jaguares for a ‘crockroll’ by Paenga-Amosa. Sanchez kicks to the corner.

46.00: The Jaguares lose another lineout. Reds scrum.

47.00: The Reds win another penalty in the scrum: wow! They clear their lines.

48.00: TRY! Filipo Daugunu finishes off a wonderful move. Caleb Timu made a break in the midfield, racing 40 metres before passing to Samu Kerevi, on his inside. Kerevi plays Chris Feauai-Sautia, who gives it to the winger. Daugunu beats Delguy’s tackle and is in for the score. 7-16

49.00: CONVERSION! Tuttle makes no mistake. 7-18

53.00: Kane Douglas might be in trouble for a high tackle on Tomas Lavanini.

53.00: No yellow card which is the right call. Sanchez kicks to the corner.

54.00: Another penalty for sacking the maul. Sanchez kicks, again.

55.00: The Jaguares lose another lineout. What is going on?

56.00: Another penalty, this time for offsides and Sanchez kicks to the corner. They probably should take the points.

57.00: Sanchez makes a break, but Joaquin Tuculet knocks on in contact, on the try-line.

59.00: Pablo Matera loses the ball forward, but the home team get another penalty. Sanchez, for the hundredth time, kicks to the corner.

61.00: A good driving maul ends with Matera going over the try-line. The ref is calling the TMO to see if the try can be awarded. They are checking the earlier play by Juan Martin Hernandez.

61.00: What? No try. What is the referee doing? He tells Matera that it is inconclusive when it looked a try.

62.00: After several phases, Matera is pinged for not releasing. Terrible by the home team.

63.00: Sebastian Cancelliere saves the day after Aiden Toua kicks ahead. It came from a knock on by the Jaguares after the Reds missed touch from the penalty.

64.00: Offsides at the lineout goes against the Jaguares. The Reds kick to touch.

65.00: A good driving maul ends when Andrew Ready is stripped by Hernandez, who clears with a big kick.

67.00: The Jaguares give the ball to the Reds after they pass back into their 22 and kick the ball directly out.

68.00: The Reds lose the ball forward. Scrum to the hosts, deep inside their 22.

70.00: Hamish Stewart is penalised for not rolling away at the ruck. Sanchez with another kick into the Reds’ 22.

71.00: Creevy, again, overthrows his jumper. Stewart gathers, sets up a ruck and the Reds clear.

72.00: Liam Wright smokes Juan Manuel Leguizamon with a huge tackle. The No 8 loses the ball in the tackle; scrum to the away side. Time is running out for the Jaguares, who should have taken some of the points on offer, earlier in the half.

74.00: Juan Manuel Leguizamon loses the high ball and the Reds clear.

75.00: Martin Landajo takes the quick-tap penalty and races to the 22. The home team spread the ball wide but Tuculet loses the ball in the tackle.

76.00: Massive tackle by Stewart on Leguizamon, who is out in touch. Stewart had help from Ben Lucas.

79.00: Scrum to the home team.

82.00: After several phases, the Reds win the penalty when the Jaguares don’t release at the breakdown. Lucas kicks it into touch.


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The final score is Jaguares 7 (7) Reds 18 (11)


Tries – Delguy
Pen –
Con – Sanchez
Drop –
Cards –

Tries – Paenga-Amosa, Daugunu
Pen – Tuttle (2)
Con – Tuttle
Drop –
Cards –

Match Officials
Referee: Paul Williams
Assistant Ref 1: Jamie Nutbrown
Assistant Ref 2: Pablo Deluca
TMO: Santiago Borsani



15 Joaquin Tuculet, 14 Bautista Delguy, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Santiago Iglesias, 11 Emiliano Boffelli, 10 Nicolas Sanchez, 9 Gonzalo Bertranou, 8 Javier Ortega Desio, 7 Marcos Kremer, 6 Pablo Matera (captain), 5 Tomas Lavanini, 4 Matias Alemanno, 3 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2 Agustin Creevy, 1 Felipe Arregui.

Replacements: 16 Julian Montoya, 17 Santiago Botta, 18 Juan Pablo Zeiss, 19 Guido Petti, 20 Juan Manuel Leguizamon, 21 Martin Landajo, 22 Juan Martin Hernandez, 23 Sebastian Cancelliere.


15 Aidan Toua, 14 Filipo Daugunu, 13 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 12 Samu Kerevi, 11 Eto Nabuli, 10 Jono Lance, 9 James Tuttle, 8 Caleb Timu, 7 Adam Korczyk, 6 Angus Scott-Young, 5 Kane Douglas, 4 Izack Rodda, 3 Taniela Tupou, 2 Brandon Paenga-Amosa, 1 James Slipper (captain).

Replacements: 16 Andrew Ready, 17 JP Smith, 18 Ruan Smith, 19 Harry Hockings, 20 Liam Wright, 21 Ben Lucas, 22 Hamish Stewart, 23 Duncan Paia’aua.

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