News24.com | Lions come from behind to down Ospreys and secure first URC win of the season
The Lions have beaten the Ospreys in their United Rugby Championship clash to bounce back from losing to the Bulls last weekend.
Ivan van Rooyen’s charges secured a 28-27 win in a match where they only led twice in the game, but most importantly at the final whistle when it counted.
The Ospreys, who led 19-13 at half-time, outscored the visitors in the try stakes, with Keelan Giles (2), Rhys Webb and Dewi Lake dotting down.
Flyhalf Jack Walsh kicked two conversions and a penalty.
The Lion crossed the whitewash thanks to Francke Horn, Sanele Nohamba and Edwill van der Merwe with Gianni Lombard landing two conversions and three penalties.
The Lions remain in Wales where they take on Cardiff next weekend.
Tries: Keelan Giles (2), Rhys Webb and Dewi Lake
Conversions: Jack Walsh (2)
Penalty: Jack Walsh
Tries: Francke Horn, Sanele Nohamba, Edwill van der Merwe
Conversions: Gianni Lombard (2)
Penalties: Gianni Lombard (3)
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