Vodacom Super 14

Waratahs thrash Highlanders

2009-02-27 12:16
Waratahs' Phil Waugh (Gallo Images)
Sydney -  The Waratahs have beaten the Highlanders in their Super 14 clash in Sydney on Friday.

The Waratahs won 34-16.

The Waratahs scored four tries through wing Lote Tuqiri, flank Ben Mowen, No 8 Wycliff Palu and reserve scrumhalf Brett Sheehan. Flyhalf Kurtley Beale kicked two penalties and three conversions while reserve flyhalf Daniel Halangahu added a conversion.

The Highlanders scored a solitary try through centre Jason Shoemark. Flyhalf Daniel Bowden kicked three penalties and a conversion.

The Waratahs picked up a full-house of five points for their efforts and remain unbeaten after three rounds of this year's tournament. The Highlanders left empty-handed.

In next weekend's matches, the Waratahs host the Reds while the Highlanders entertain the Crusaders.

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