Weekend Sports Review - 6 March 2017 (06 Mar 2017)
Weekend Sports Review
Take a look at this weekend’s sporting results and see how your favourite teams faired.
Super Rugby Its week two of the 2017 Super Rugby season. This week sees the stormers third on the log, after their second win in as many weeks, beating the Jaguars 32 – 25, down at Newlands Stadium. They did however suffer from a few handling errors which is something that they will have to work on if they want to end the season off strong.
The Sharks had a great away game this weekend against the Brumbies, after being defeated last weekend by the Reds. Saturday’s game looked like it would be another repeat as the Brumbies were already leading 15-3 in the first 30 minutes. The game however ended in their favour, with the final score being 27-22.
This weekend also saw the Lions dominating, as Springbok centre Rohan Janse van Rensburg score two great tries in honour of his late mother, whom he had dedicated the game too. The final results were 55-36 against the Waratahs
Cheetahs 34-28 Bulls Sunwolves 23-37 Kings Highlanders 27-30 Crusaders Hurricanes 71–6 Rebels Chiefs 41-26 Blues Force 26-19 Reds
Soweto Derby The Soweto Derby saw Cape Town City topping the log after defeating Mamelodi Sundowns for a second time during the season, with City ending the game with a 1-0 victory over Sundowns, thus moving them a top of the log.
Saturday afternoon saw to another classic between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates with both teams playing in top form however the game resulted in a 1-1 draw between the two, their games have resulted in draws 7 of past 10 matches the teams have played against each other.
Golden Arrows defeat 1-0 Maritzburg United Super Sport United 0-0 Ajax Cape Town Polokwane City 0-0 Baroka FC Highlands Park 1-0 win Free State Stars
La Liga In international football news, Barcelona had a thrilling performance against Celta de Vigo with Messi scoring two goal and assisting with a further 2 gaols. The match resulted in a one sided 5-0 victory.
Athletic Club 1 - 0 Málaga Las Palmas 0 - 0 Osasuna Atlético Madrid 3 - 0 Valencia Sporting Gijón 0 - 1 Deportivo La Coruña Villarreal 2 - 0 Espanyol Eibar 0 - 4 Real Madrid