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Top tries 2012 - Stormers


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The DHL Stormers won the South African conference for the second year running with their structured, safety-first approach. In 2012 they took it one step further, ending top of the tournament’s overall log. Unfortuntely they ran into a seriously in-form Sharks outfit in the semi-final and failed to progress. Still there were many highlights for their fans throughout the year. Here are some of them:

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- TOP TRIES 2012: BULLS
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- TOP TRIES 2012: LIONS
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