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Yokohama Canon Eagles
Yokohama Canon Eagles
26 - 20
Full Time
Tokyo Sungoliath
Tokyo Sungoliath
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Live Updates

It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

80'

SP Marais hits the left post with their penalty attempt.

78'

Yokohama Canon Eagles decide to make a substitution, with SP Marais getting some game time.

71'

Yokohama Canon Eagles decide to make a substitution, with Luteru Laulala being replaced.

71'

A gap opened in the defence and Hiroki Kumoyama took full advantage.

69'

Yokohama Canon Eagles make a substitution with Sioeli Vakalahi coming on.

67'

Yokohama Canon Eagles make a substitution with Sione Halasili coming off.

67'

Tokyo Sungoliath make a substitution with Ryosuke Kawase coming on.

67'

Tokyo Sungoliath make a substitution with Samu Kerevi coming off.

67'
Conversion

The Yokohama Canon Eagles supporters go wild as Jumpei Ogura successfully kicks the conversion.

67'
Try

Great hands by Yokohama Canon Eagles leads to a try for Chihito Matsui

65'

The defensive line has been broken as Chihito Matsui goes through the gap.

65'

Jumpei Ogura sets up the try.

65'

Tokyo Sungoliath sub Keisuke Moriya comes onto the field.

62'

Aaron Cruden departs for Tokyo Sungoliath.

62'

Tokyo Sungoliath sub Callum MacDonald comes onto the field.

62'

Wataru Kobayashi departs for Tokyo Sungoliath.

62'

Aaron Cruden curls the ball too far, missing the posts to the left.

62'
Try

The Tokyo Sungoliath pack has powered over for Shunta Nakamura to score the try.

60'

Sosefo Fakatava comes on for Yokohama Canon Eagles.

58'

Liaki Moli leaves the field.

58'
Conversion

The touch judges raise their flags as Jumpei Ogura kicks the conversion.

57'
Try

The forward pack of Yokohama Canon Eagles will be happy with that as the rolling maul barges over for the try.

55'

Shunta Nakamura comes on.

52'

Kosuke Horikoshi comes off.

52'

Ryosuke Iwaihara comes on.

52'

Kotaro Hosoki comes off.

52'

Kenta Kobayashi comes on.

52'

Yukio Morikawa comes off.

52'

Tokyo Sungoliath decide to make a substitution, with Yutaka Nagare getting some game time.

49'

Tokyo Sungoliath decide to make a substitution, with Naoto Saito being replaced.

49'

Tokyo Sungoliath decide to make a substitution, with Koji Iino getting some game time.

49'

Tokyo Sungoliath decide to make a substitution, with Naoki Ozawa being replaced.

49'

Chihito Matsui makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

48'

Yu Tamura has hooked the conversion to the right of the posts.

46'
Try

Nobody was going to stop Faf de Klerk from scoring that try!

45'

Faf de Klerk makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

45'

Yokohama Canon Eagles make a substitution with Takato Okabe coming on.

40'

Yokohama Canon Eagles make a substitution with Chang-Ho Ahn coming off.

40'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

40'

Trouble here as Shogo Nakano breaches the defence.

31'
Conversion

Aaron Cruden does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

30'
Try

Brilliant skill shown there by Naoki Ozawa as they go over the white wash for a try.

29'

Spellbinding play by Wataru Kobayashi is finished off with a try.

29'

Trouble here as Kosuke Horikoshi breaches the defence.

26'

Naoya Minamihashi comes on.

26'

Inoke Burua comes off.

26'
Penalty Goal

Aaron Cruden does the business as their penalty goal attempt goes over.

19'

This is dangerous for the defence as Yukio Morikawa bursts through to advance the Tokyo Sungoliath attack.

17'
Conversion

Yu Tamura converts the try.

16'
Try

A series of passes by Yokohama Canon Eagles results in a try for Chihito Matsui

14'

Spellbinding play by Sione Halasili is finished off with a try.

14'

A gap opened in the defence and Faf de Klerk took full advantage.

14'

Aaron Cruden hits the left post with the conversion, failing to add the two points.

3'
Try

Great hands by Tokyo Sungoliath leads to a try for Taiga Ozaki

2'

Hiroki Kumoyama sets up the try.

2'

The defensive line has been broken as Taiga Ozaki goes through the gap.

2'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Match Details

Tokyo Sungoliath v Yokohama Canon Eagles

Japan Rugby League One - Grand Final
Fri 19th May 2023, 06:00am EDT
Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium

Points Flow Chart

Yokohama Canon Eagles win +6
Yokohama Canon Eagles
Tokyo Sungoliath
Yokohama Canon Eagles
Time in lead
Tokyo Sungoliath
24
Mins in lead
54
30%
% Of Game In Lead
68%
69%
Possession Last 10 min
31%
0
Points Last 10 min
0

Key Events

Full Time
Ogura
26 - 20
67'
Matsui
24 - 20
65'
Nakamura
60'
19 - 20
Ogura
19 - 15
57'
Halasili
17 - 15
55'
de Klerk
12 - 15
45'
Half Time
Cruden
30'
7 - 15
Ozawa
29'
7 - 13
Cruden
19'
7 - 8
Tamura
7 - 5
16'
Matsui
5 - 5
14'
Ozaki
2'
0 - 5
Start

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
2.1
12
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
2.5
8
Entries

Attack Profile

Yokohama Canon Eagles
Tokyo Sungoliath
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Defence Profile

Yokohama Canon Eagles
Tokyo Sungoliath
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Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
38%
39%
3-6 secs
38%
41%
6+ secs
20%
16%
67
Rucks Won
67

Other Fixtures

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