Vodacom Super 14

Chiefs too good for Force

2009-03-06 10:15
Chiefs wing Lelia Masaga (Galllo Images)
Cape Town -  The Chiefs have beaten the Force in their Super 14 clash in Hamilton.

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The Chiefs won 31-13 after leading 21-6 at half-time.

The Chiefs scored tries through wing Lelia Masaga, scrumhalf Brendon Leonard, centre Richard Kahui and replacement No 8 Colin Bourke. Flyhalf Stephen Donald kicked a penalty and four conversions.

The Force replied with a try by flank Tamaiti Horua. Flyhalf Matt Giteau kicked a penalty and a conversion while wing Cameron Shepherd kicked a penalty.

The Chiefs picked up five points for their efforts while the Force left empty-handed.

In next weekend's Round 5 action, the Chiefs travel to Dunedin to play the Highlanders, while the Force travel to Christchurch to face the defending champion Crusaders.

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