Key Moments: Bulls vs Glasgow Warriors - URC Final

Key Moments: Bulls vs Glasgow Warriors - URC Final

Massive Bulls scrum in the 11th minute

The Bulls pack won a penalty off a massive scrum in the midfield, found touch and applied massive pressure resulting in 6 phases in the Glasgow 22 which led to the bulls winning another penalty that was converted to three points to give the Bulls a 6-0 lead.

Matt Fagerson side entry 21st Minute:

A side entry by Matt Fagerson led to to a Bulls penalty. The Bulls kicked for touch, won the penalty ran 7 phases before being awarded another penalty that saw Embrose Papier take a quick tap that eventually saw prop Wilco Louw cross the line. However the try was disallowed due to unlcear grounding.

Tom Jordan not realeasing 24th minute:

Sergeal Pietersons steal on Tom Jordan led to another Bulls penalty. Goosen found touch, the Bulls went for a short driving line out that eventually saw Marco van Staden cross the line for thr games first try. 

Johan Grobelaar Steal on the try line 33rd minute

A vital steal by the the Bulls hooker put a spirited Glasgow attack to a halt, while the visitors were deep in the Bulls 22 threatening for a try.

Goosen missed drop goal 50th minute

After withstanding an onslaught of attacks, Goosen attempted a drop goal after the Bulls gained momentum,, however his effort went astry.

67 minute Bulls get saved by TMO

An illegal hit on Kurt-Lee Arendse resulted in a loose that was collected by Kyle Steyn, who ran over 60 metres to dot down over the try line. However, the TMO reviewed the illegal hit on Arendse and overturned the try decision. 

71 mintes Glasgow penalty

After Reinhardt Ludwig played Jamie Dobie in the air, Glasgow were awarded a penalty and chose to go for poles. However Horne could not add the three points to put the game to bed.

Tom Jordan Yellow card 77 minutes

Jordan's was booked with a yellow after his hit on Akker van der Merwe and was sent off, changing the momentum of the game.

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