Sharks vs Stormers 2012 Highlights- Sharks 25-20 Stormers Tries Video Super Rugby

Sharks vs Stormers May 26 2012

Super Rugby Round 14- Mr.Price Kings Park, Durban

Score:- Sharks 25-20 Stormers

The Sharks throw open the South African conference as they beat the Stormers 25-20. Tries from Michalak, Daniel and Mvovo for the Sharks, with Gio Aplon scoring twice for WP. Also a must watch- Beast Mtawarira showing great strength to hold Anton Bresler in the air.

Sharks 25-20 Stormers

Tries:- Michalak, Daniel, Mvovo ( Sharks)/ Aplon x2 ( Stormers)

Cons:- Lambie x2 (Sharks)/ Grant x2 (Stormers)

Penalties:- Lambie x2 (Sharks)/ Grant x2( Stormers)

Beast Bresler Photo Triceps- Tendai Mtawarira shows great strength and holds Anton Bresler in the air

Sharks prop Tendai Mtawarira showed great strength to hold lock and teammate Anton Bresler in the air during his club’s game against the DHL Stormers on May 26, 2012 at the Shark Tank ( Mr.Price Kings Park, Durban). Bresler was in danger of landing awkwardly, but Mtawarira, better known as the Beast, showed his tremendous strength to keep Bresler in the air and gave him a safe landing.

Here is a photo of Mtawarira holding Bresler in the air. The Sharks won the game 25-20 with flyhalf Freddie Michalak, skipper Keegan Daniel and winger Lwazi Mvovo scoring tries.

Bresler Beast

Sharks Beast Triceps Anton Bresler

The Beast holding up Bresler incident happened twice during the game, but the first one was the one that had the crowd applauding.

Bresler is well over 100 kgs, so for the Beast, even with his own strength, to hold him in the air the way he did, was quite something.

Beast and Bresler- Sharks vs Stormers- 26.5.2012

Video- Beast holds Anton Bresler- ( Courtesy Youtube)

France vs Ireland 2012 Rugby Highlights 17-17 Six Nations Tries Video Irlande Essai Fofana Bowe

France vs Ireland 2012

Score- France 17-17 Ireland ( HT France 6-17 Ireland)

( France 17-17 Ireland Youtube video)

Tries:- Wesley Fofana (France)/ Tommy Bowe*2 (Ireland)
Conversions:- Jonathan Sexton*2 (Ireland)
Penalty:- Morgan Parra*4 (France)/ Jonathan Sexton (Ireland)

France and Ireland play out an entertaining 17-17 draw in Paris. Ireland were the better team in the first half and lead 17-6 thanks to two Bowe tries but France roared back in the second. Dogged defensive effort from the Irish, who lost Connor Murray to injury in the second half.