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Western Force Vs. The Stormers

2012 Super Rugby Tournament, 28 April, 2012

nib Stadium, Perth, WA
The Stormers 17 defeated Western Force 3
Western Force The Stormers
0/1 DROP GOAL 0/1
Top scorers:
  • Western Force - Harvey
  • D 3pts (1G)
Important moments:
  • Stormers took the lead at the 20 min. mark 1st half
  • Grant, P (STRM) conversion at the 49 min. mark 2nd half
Referee: J Peyper
Touch judges: J Leckie & D Mitchelmore

The Western Force will be looking for their first win in a month when they host the Stormers in Perth tonight. We’ll have live score updates from the kick-off at 7.35pm AEST.

Following the departure of Richard Graham the Force didn’t managed to win last week, yet they certainly were not disgraced.

An eight-point loss to competition frontrunners the Chiefs and a five-point loss to Australian rivals the Waratahs have been credible, and they come into tonight fresh off the bye, with no injuries out of their encounter a fortnight ago.

Along with the Bulls, tonight’s opponents the Stormers lead the brigade of fierce, tough South African teams that can not only dominate at home, but can now flex their muscle when they travel east.

They routinely dismantled the Reds at Suncorp Stadium last week and will be confident of registering another victory tonight.

But they’ve been racked by the losses of Duane Vermeulen, Gio Aplon and Nick Koster although they do get Andries Bekker back.

This win could cement the Stormers’ finals chances before returning home to a favourable draw in South Africa, and coach Allister Coetzee will want to ensure his side return with another four points.

This should follow the script of recent performances for both sides. It will be a grind, but the Stormers should get the chocolates tonight.

Can the Force spring an upset at home? Find out from 7.35pm AEST as we cover live scores throughout and if you’re watching, give us your thoughts in the space below.

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