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Waratahs secure 34-3 Super Rugby win

AUSTRALIA NETWORK
Saturday, July 12, 2014

Update: 11:40PM THE New South Wales Waratahs rounded out their Super Rugby regular season with a comprehensive 34-3 win over the Queensland Reds at Lang Park.

The Reds were the first to put points on the board when Mike Harris slotted a fourth-minute penalty but that was the last time the Reds troubled the scorer.

Ben Lucas and Ben Tapuai were helped from the field in the opening 12 minutes, adding further to the Reds' dreadful injury run.

While they had their moments with possession and territory, errors proved costly and saw them continually turn the ball over.

First-half tries to Jono Lance and Kurtley Beale helped the Waratahs take a 17-3 half-time lead.

Beale added a second try in the second half, while half-back Nick Phipps also scored to help the Waratahs stretched their lead.








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