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Did the Lions win the second Test?

Did the Lions win the second Test?

South Africa 27-9 Lions. One more penalty, and Pollard adds gloss to the final score with another three points. South Africa win the second half 21-0! 77 mins: The TMO is checking a couple of South Africa challenges – Mostert on Farrell, and Am on Elliot Daly.

Who kicked the winning penalty in the 2009 Lion series?

South Africa took a 13-10 lead with 20 minutes to go. Two more penalties went the way of the visitors with Finn Russell kicking them over and then in the dying moments of the game, in a moment we saw in the 2009 Lions Tour – Steyn kicked the winning points for a historic series win.

What time is 2nd Test South Africa?

When and what time will South Africa vs India 2nd Test match begin? The South Africa vs India 2nd Test match will begin at 01.30 PM IST on Monday (January 3, 2022).

Who was the Springbok captain in 2009 against the British Lions?

captain John Smit
Springboks vs B&I Lions Bok captain John Smit crashed over in the opening minutes of the first Test and three penalties (two by Ruan Pienaar, one from Frans Steyn) put the home side in a commanding position.

Who won the second Test in South Africa?

India vs South Africa 2nd Test Highlights: South Africa defeated India by seven wickets in the second Test to level the three-match series 1-1 on Thursday. After two sessions were lost to incessant rain, South Africa, chasing 240, came out needing 122 runs for a memorable win with eight wickets in hand.

Who won the last Lions test?

In December 2019, the Lions’ Test venues were announced, but the tour was significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and all the games were played behind closed doors. South Africa won the test series by two games to one. In the deciding third test, Morne Steyn again kicked a late penalty to win the series.

Who scored the first Springbok try in the 2009 Lions series?

The Lions won all six provincial matches and drew with the Emerging Springboks, 13–13….

2009 British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa
Lions’ top point scorer(s) Stephen Jones (65)
Top test try scorer(s) Tom Croft (2) Shane Williams (2)
Lions’ top try scorer(s) Ugo Monye (5)
Player of the Series Jamie Roberts

Who does Morne Steyn play for?

37 years, Fly-half. Morné STEYN is a 37-year-old South African rugby player standing at 1.83 m tall (6 ft) and weighing in at 91 kg (14 st; 200.62 lb) , who currently plays for Bulls in South Africa as fly-half.

What time IS 2nd Lions Test?

5pm BST
The second Test match will kick off at 5pm BST in Cape Town on Saturday 31 July. The Second Test line-up for the Lions.

Where IS second Test being played?

The England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test match will be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

When did the British Lions beat New Zealand?

That’s not to say there haven’t been famous Lions efforts since the legends of 71, with three of four Tests being decided by four points or fewer in the 1977 tour. And in 1993, the slender 20-18 defeat in the first Test would come back to haunt a Lions side led by Gavin Hastings.

Who won the British and Irish Lions Tour 2009?

Proud Lions end series on a high. The British & Irish Lions defeated South Africa 28-9 in the third Test at Ellis Park in Johannesburg, registering a fine consolation win to close out a tumultuous series at 2-1 to the Springboks.

How many lions were in the Royal XV in 2009?

^ “Roberts awarded top Lions honour”. BBC Sport. 5 July 2009. Retrieved 6 July 2009. ^ “Royal XV 25-37 Lions”. BBC News. 30 May 2009. Retrieved 14 September 2017. ^ a b c d e f g h i “Heartbreak on the Highveld”. 27 June 2009. Archived from the original on 24 July 2009. Retrieved 29 June 2009.

Did the Detroit Lions ever score in the 4th quarter?

The only score of the 4th quarter was a 13-yard TD catch by Heath Evans of the Saints. With this loss, the Lions began 2009 0–1 which brought their losing streak to eighteen consecutive regular season games.

Who won the Lions v Springboks match?

The Lions won all six provincial matches and drew with the Emerging Springboks, 13–13. South Africa won the Test series, defeating the Lions 26–21 in the first Test, and then 28–25 in the second Test. The third Test was won by the Lions 28–9.