Vodacom Super 14

Bulls beaten at the death

2009-04-17 13:28
Bryan Habana (Gallo Images)
Garrin Lambley

Cape Town - The Bulls have lost their Super 14 match against the Brumbies in Canberra thanks to a late try by flyhalf Christian Lealiifano.

The Brumbies won 32-31.

The Brumbies scored four tries through Mitchell Chapman, Stephen Holies, Peter Kimlin and Lealiifano. Stirling Mortlock kicked three conversions and two penalties.

The Bulls replied with tries by Bryan Habana, Zane Kirchner, Wynand Olivier and Pierre Spies. Morne Steyn kicked four conversions and a penalty.

The Brumbies picked up five points for their efforts, while the Bulls left with two thanks to scoring four tries and losing by fewer than seven points.

In next weekend's action, the Brumbies travel to Wellington to face the Hurricanes while the Bulls return to Pretoria to play the Chiefs.

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