The Vodacom Bulls on Saturday lost 28-12 to the Chiefs in Hamilton, to remain winless on their overseas trip of the Vodacom Super Rugby season. They had a 9-3 lead at half-time, but like last weekend against the Blues, could not sustain their effort in the second half.
Here is a summary from SuperSport.com:
The Chiefs produced a second half of magic to pull away to an easy 28-12 victory over the Vodacom Bulls in their Vodacom Super Rugby match in Hamilton on Saturday.
After the Bulls dominated the first 55 minutes, and had more than 60 percent possession and territory, but couldn’t get points for their efforts, their defensive lapses cost them in the last 20 as the Chiefs scored three tries without reply to take the game away from the South Africans.
The result leaves the Bulls with only one win from five and a horror start to the competition, with one tour match left in Tokyo next week against the Sunwolves.
Chiefs – tries: Shaun Stevenson, Damian McKenzie, Atunaisa Moli. Conversions: Aaron Cruden (2). Penalties: Cruden (3).
Vodacom Bulls – penalties: Handre Pollard (4)