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    Posted: 13-Jun-2019 at 7:51am

Argentina, South Africa and France join Australia in the semi-finals
·        Day of thrilling action sees six-time U20 Championship winners New Zealand miss out
·        Semi-finals will take place in Rosario, Argentina on Monday 17 June

Hosts Argentina, South Africa and France have joined Australia in the semi-finals of the World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 after a day of scintillating action.

With nothing less than victory needed to keep them in the title hunt, Los Pumitas ran in five tries to beat defending champions France 47-26 in Rosario, securing the top spot in Pool A and a place in the semi-finals. 


Argentina will now face Australia in Monday’s first semi-final, it is the third time Argentina have reached an U20 Championship semi-final and their first since 2016. Australia, who had already booked their spot with a win over Ireland last Saturday, went down to England in today’s final round of pool play. England, finalists for the last six years, scored eight tries in the 56-33 victory in Santa Fe but only finished third in Pool B.

South Africa were the other pool winners after beating traditional rivals New Zealand 25-17 in the Pool C decider in Rosario. The victory ensured the Junior Springboks go into the semi-finals as the top seeds, where they will face defending champions France, who finished second in Pool A on 11 competition points, enough to see them through to the semi-finals as the fourth qualifier. Meanwhile, today’s loss to South Africa means six-time U20 Championship winners New Zealand miss out on the semi-finals for only the second time in the tournament's 12-year history.

The third match-day, which doubled as Keep Rugby Clean Day with players, coaches and tournament staff wearing t-shirts in support of World Rugby's anti-doping education programme, also saw wins for Georgia, Ireland and Wales. Georgia edged Scotland 17-12 in the lowest scoring affair of the day, while Wales overcame Fiji 44-28 and Ireland beat Italy 38-14.

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The U20 Championship semi-finals will take place on Monday 17 June in Rosario, where the threat of relegation to the World Rugby U20 Trophy in 2020 will loom over Georgia, Scotland, Italy and Fiji, who will contest the positions from ninth to 12th. Scotland will face Italy in the opening match at Old Resians, before Georgia tackle Fiji in the second match. The day's final match at Old Resians will see Ireland take on three-time champions England in one of the fifth place semi-finals.

New Zealand will open proceedings at the Racecourse Stadium where they face Wales in the other fifth place semi-final at 10:30 local time (GMT-3). Attention then turns to the four teams still in contention to lift the distinctive trophy on 22 June, with Argentina tackling Australia at 13:00 before South Africa meet France at 15:30.

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For details on where to watch the World Rugby U20 Championship, visit https://www.world.rugby/u20/where-to-watch
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Ek het die SA vs NZ wedstryd gekyk gisteraand, die Bokkies het 'n makro pak gekies en dit het die grondslag vir die oorwinning gele, basies elke skrum was 'n strafskop vir die Bokkies en daar was baie skrums. Verder het daar nie veel aangegaan nie. Mens kan dit doen op hierdie vlak, omdat nie alle seuns ewe gou ontwikkel/groei nie, maar twee jaar of so later is almal ewe groot en dan kan jy nie op 'n makro pak staatmaak nie.
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Die NZ agterste drie het ook verbasend baie swak gespeel, elke skop wat op hulle geskop was, is aangeslaan. Dan is dit skrum vir die Bokkies en strafskop net daarna.
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Ek het self ook gedink ons pak het hulle bietjie ge bully. 

Dit was nogsteeds lekker om  SA span so te sien n NZ span net dominate.... 

Daai van der mesh slot lyk gevaarlik, maar hy gaan agter n seker 4 ander slotte speel by die Bulls, ons MOET sulke ouens leen, nog n Sadie, as ons die ouens game time gee, kan ons hulle loyalty koop. 

Kyk net vir Boeboes, mostert , Skosan, Commies. almal was agter by ander unies en ons het hulle n gap geggee.
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Die een SA speler wat vir my uitgestaan het, was die nommer 6 flank, hy het ge-bal-jaar
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Die span was nogal heelwat skuldig daaraan om spelers oor aan die kante te bewerkstelling en hulle dan nie te gebruik nie, deur 'n voorspeler of die 12 wat dan die bal kry en dan binne toe te speel. As mens manne oor het aan die buitekant is dit nie so moeilik om hulle te gebruik nie
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Dylan Richardson van die Sharks is die nommer 6 flank wat my beindruk het, dis duidelik dat hy vir groter dinge bestem is
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Ek stem, daai nommer 6 was baie besig ,

Die geel kaart wat hy gekry was ook belaglik, maar anyway. Hulle blaas baie streng op u/20.

Ons kort slotte!!! En al die goeies is in die kaap of pretoria....
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Agree, Dylan Richardson looks like the real deal.. the Lions should try and poach him.
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Originally posted by Red_Machine Red_Machine wrote:

Agree, Dylan Richardson looks like the real deal.. the Lions should try and poach him.
As well as JJ van der Mescht, the nr 4 lock
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Originally posted by Niela Niela wrote:

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Ek het self ook gedink ons pak het hulle bietjie ge bully. 

Dit was nogsteeds lekker om  SA span so te sien n NZ span net dominate.... 

Daai van der mesh slot lyk gevaarlik, maar hy gaan agter n seker 4 ander slotte speel by die Bulls, ons MOET sulke ouens leen, nog n Sadie, as ons die ouens game time gee, kan ons hulle loyalty koop. 

Kyk net vir Boeboes, mostert , Skosan, Commies. almal was agter by ander unies en ons het hulle n gap geggee.

Is by nie by die sharks nie ,dink jy het een of 2 super games ook die jaar vir hulle gespeel ..die sharks maak n Groot ophef van hom
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https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Springboks/lions-tour-juniors-to-boost-bok-selection-stocks-20190613

Ek sien Rob Houwing het amper weer voorgestel dat sekere junior bokke net so in die bok span moet instap. Ek onthou na die vorige toernooi het sekere sport skrywers so tekere gegaan oor Juarno Augustus en dat hy 'n 2de Verdwyn Vermeulen is en sommer reguit bokke toe moet gaan.. En waar is die ou sedert dan? Nerens!!!

Die outjies moet kans gegee word om hul voete te vind in senior rugby. Met so baie van ons spelers wat oorsee waai hierdie jaar is ek seker baie van hulle gaan super rugby speel vlg jaar al
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