Baby box beat Wales to become U20 Summer Series champion

South Africa national team under 20. show a monstrous performance in the final Six Nations Summer Series U20 competition when they beat Wales U20 47-27 (26-3 break) in Treviso, Italy to cement a perfect competition.

Both teams went to the final unbeaten, but a huge difference in quality quickly showed up as the Baby Boxes ran four tries in the first half.

The second half was then similar to most of their games in the series as Baby Boxes took the lead, in this case 47-8 after 61 minutes, before boiling over in the last 15 minutes with Wales running three late. trying to add respectability to the total.

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The match began with an early kick fight before Baby Boxers began to assert their dominance, moving the game to Wales at 22m where they got a 5m penalty, a quick kick and eighth man Luv Nel went down in the right corner.

Captain Sasha Mngomezulu converted on the touchline and put his team ahead with a score of 7:0.

Wales then hit back immediately with a penalty kick but then lost his stubborn footing in the sin basket for 10 minutes after he lifted Baby Bock prostitute Luhanya Wokosela into the air and he sustained an injury.

The Baby Boxers then kicked a penalty into the corner, set up a maul, and substitute prostitute Tiaan Lange went in for a try, with Mngomezulu’s extras giving them a 14–3 lead after 13 minutes.

Baby Boxes then scored two more tries in the half, one of which came true as center Suliman Harzenberg ran a perfect line from the lineout to break through and score, and then Lange stepped up his second try as they went up 26–3 from 29 .minutes

Mngomezulu, who played in most of Baby Box’s top offensive games in the first half, then sadly left the field with what looked like a shoulder injury in ’33.rd minute, and Nel received a yellow card in the 37th minute for a bad purge in cancer.

Good start

Wales then started well in the second half, trying to beat center Mason Grady from long range, but normal service was soon resumed as the “baby boxes” regained control.

The first Lange ended his hat-trick with a powerful pick and a strike close to the line in the 51st minute, then Harzenberg drove his second race on the perfect stump at 58th minute when they went up 40-8.

Three minutes later, outside the center, Ethan James showed his class, passing several Welsh defenders before turning on the afterburner and scoring to give the Baby Boxes a huge lead.

However, they then fell asleep during the last 15 minutes of the match as Wales threw caution to the wind and made three unanswered attempts to make the score more respectable.

Earlier in the competition, baby boxes fell into the death pool with 2022 Under 20 Six Nations Champions Ireland, France and England, while Wales fell into the easier pool with Italy, Georgia and Scotland.

Even though baby boxes ended up in a much tougher pool, they proved their class by going undefeated in the pool stage beating England 30-22, Ireland 33-24 and France 42-27 which gave them a big boost. which they used in the final.