LIONS
No.Name
15Andries Coetzee, FB
14Courtnall Skosan, W
13Lionel Mapoe, C
12Harold Vorster, C
11Aphiwe Dyantyi, W
T
2
10Shaun Reynolds, FH
2
9Ross Cronje, SH
1Dylan Smith, P
2Malcolm Marx, H
3Carlu Sadie, P
4Reinhard Nothnagel, L
4Stephan Lewies, L
5Marvin Orie, L
6Cyle Brink, FL
7Vincent Tshituka, FL
Replacements
8Kwagga Smith, N8
16Jan-Henning Campher, R
17Nathan McBeth, R
18Johannes Jonker, R
19Hacjivah Dayimani, R
20Marnus Schoeman, R
21Nic Groom, R
22Elton Jantjies, R
23Tyrone Green, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Emirates Airlines Park
9:05 AM, June 8, 2019
Capacity: 60,000

Match Commentary

81'+117-37 End of second half
76'17-37 Try - Dane Coles , Hurricanes
72'Player substituted - James Marshall , Hurricanes

Match Stats

LIONS
Possession
HURRI
56%
44%
Territory
58%
42%
LIONS
HURRI
138Runs104
602Meters Run625
15Clean Breaks13
77Tackles126
24Missed Tackles32
4Turnover Knock On3

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