Weekly Tries Tally after Quarter-finals 23 July 2016

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During the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby season, Vodacom is contributing R7000 for every try scored by a South African team, towards setting up e-libraries and giving access to books to communities in need.

QUARTER-FINALS STATS

Total number of tries in the Quarter-Finals: 8
Total donation from Vodacom: R56 000
(R7000 per South African team try)

Broken down as follows:
Emirates Lions: 5
DHL Stormers: 3
Cell C Sharks: 0

The Emirates Lions lead the pack in supporting Tries for Books in the Quarter-finals weekend with 5 tries.

SEASON TOTALS TO DATE – after Quarter-finals

Total number of tries to date: 296 (including penalty tries)
Total amount contributed by Vodacom to date: R2 072 000

Emirates Lions: 76
DHL Stormers: 52
Vodacom Bulls: 47
Toyota Cheetahs: 47
Cell C Sharks: 40
Southern Kings: 34

The Emirates Lions lead the pack in supporting Tries for Books with 76 tries in total after the Quarter-finals.

Highest South African try scorer to date:
With 9 Tries each:
• Rohan Janse van Rensburg (Emirates Lions)
• Courtnall Skosan (Emirates Lions)
• Lionel Mapoe (Emirates Lions)
• Sergeal Petersen (Toyota Cheetahs)

Tries per Round:

Round 1: 18
Round 2: 14
Round 3: 11
Round 4: 16
Round 5: 10
Round 6: 13 Round 7: 15
Round 8: 24
Round 9: 15
Round 10: 20
Round 11: 6
Round 12: 17
Round 13: 18
Round 14: 19
Round 15: 21
Round 16: 24
Round 17: 27
QFs: 8

Vodacom Super Rugby Try stats available on the All Out Rugby App powered by Vodacom.

INFORMATION

Only 7% of schools in South Africa have libraries. That means 85% of South Africans do not have access to a nearby library.

Vodacom introduced the Tries for Books campaign for the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby season.

During the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby season, Vodacom is contributing R7000 for every try scored by a South African team, towards setting up e-libraries and giving access to books to communities in need.

The on field action translates into empowering young minds around the country giving teams an extra reason to get the ball over the chalk line.

Books have the Power to change the world.

Follow #Tries4Books for details.

More Teams. More Games. More Tries. More Books. More Knowledge.

To find out more about the Tries for Books campaign, click here https://youtu.be/X3AmU-jAAvw

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