The Jaguares XV do not seem to have any peers in the Currie Cup First Division after earning their sixth consecutive win of the competition on Saturday with a massive win over the Valke.
They are cantering away with ease on the overall log, leaving a clustered bunch of contenders fighting for the other play-off spot.
It was an absolute rout in Brakpan, where the chart-topping Jaguares XV destroyed the Valke 122-19. The Potchefstroom-based side smashed their way over the Bosman Stadium tryline 18 times as they totally dominated against the home side, who fielded a team of novices at this level.
The visitors held a 68-0 lead at the break and continued to stamp their authority in the second half, with outside centre and Argentina sevens player, Agustin Segura, bagging four tries and flyhalf Domingo Miotti kicking sixteen conversions. He also scored a try for a personal tally of 37 points.
The Down Touch Griffons, Valke, EP Elephants, Leopards and Boland are all chasing the second spot on the log.
The Leopards also continued to crawl up the log with a solid 33-24 win over Boland at Olën Park in Potchefstroom. They scored their third win in the competition and could still force their way into the play-offs pending other results.
Valke 19 (0), Jaguares XV 122 (68)
Valke – Tries: Andre du Plessis, Jasper Genis, Andre Grobler. Conversions: Grobler (2).
Jaguares XV – Tries: Nicolas Solveyra Von Glasberg Chaet, Jeronimo Ureta Saenz PeÑa, Ignacio Calas, Francisco Gorrissen, Domingo Miotti, Julian Dominguez Widmer (2),
Juan Cruz Mallia (2), Agustin Segura (4), Bautista Delguy, Santiago Carreras, Santiago Montagner (2), Ignacio Inchauspe. Conversions: Miotti (16)
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