Super Rugby: Tahs End Nine Year Hoodoo With Gritty Win Over Bulls

by Brendan Bradford - It was home sweet home for the Waratahs at Allianz Stadium on Saturday night as they ground out a 19-12 victory over the Bulls to end a nine year drought against the Pretoria based side. A month after their last outing on home soil, the Tahs turned in a gutsy if at times uneven performance to reclaim second spot in the Australian conference and fourth spot overall. After going out to a 13-0 lead, the Waratahs allowed the Bulls back into the match with a couple of penalties either side of halftime but managed to keep the visitors at bay. “It wasn’t the way we’d normally do it, but I think we’ve also gotta be a little unpredictable and I know that probably sounds a bit silly, but we can’t show the same thing all the time,” said coach Michael Cheika. [caption id="at
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