Update: 10:37PM THE Crusaders got their Super Rugby campaign on track again with a comprehensive 41-19 win over the Bulls in Christchurch.
After losing their opening two matches, things finally clicked for the
seven-time champions as they turned on the style against the high-flying
Bulls, scoring six tries in their first home match of the season.
The home team led 22-9 at half-time.Reds turned by Force
A TRY to winger Alfie Mafi proved to be the difference as his Western Force upset the Queensland Reds 19-12 in Brisbane.
The Force scored the only try of the match through Mafi, while flyhalf
Sias Ebersohn was on target with the conversion as well as four
The Reds replied with four penalties by pivot Quade Cooper.
The Force led 13-12 at half-time