Vodacom Super 14

Brumbies humble Waratahs

2009-03-13 12:18
Brumbies centre Stirling Mortlock (Gallo Images)
Garrin Lambley

Cape Town -  The Brumbies have rolled to a comprehensive victory over Australian rivals the Waratahs in their Super 14 clash in Canberra.

The Brumbies won 21-11 after leading 6-3 at half-time.

The Brumbies scored two tries through wing Adam Ashley-Cooper and prop Ben Alexander. Fullback Mark Gerrard kicked three penalties and a conversion.

The Waratahs replied with a try by wing Lachlan Turner. Flyhalf Kurtley Beale kicked two penalties.

The Brumbies picked up four points for their efforts while the Waratahs left empty-handed.

In next weekend's Round 6 action, the Brumbies travel to Johannesburg to face the Lions while the Waratahs host the defending champion Crusaders in Sydney.

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