Super Rugby: Ill Disciplined Reds Fall Short In Durban Heat

Queensland Reds Media Release - The Queensland Reds have fallen short of victory in Durban despite a second half fight back, going down 35-20 to the Sharks early Sunday morning (EST). Down 25-6 at half time, the Reds scored second half tries through Mike Harris and Will Genia to open up the chance of a comeback victory, before a late Sharks’ try killed off the match. The teams scored two tries each, but the Sharks kicked seven penalties to make the difference. Reds head coach Richard Graham said missed opportunities and a high penalty count were factors in the loss. “We started the game very well and managed position and possession. We then had a 20-minute period where we lost control of the game and decisions at the breakdown compounded the scoreboard pressure,” Graham said. “The score at
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