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Bulls coach Pote Human has described his side’s highly impressive 40-3 Super Rugby win over the Stormers at the weekend as a “near-perfect” performance.
The Bulls played attacking and at times devastating rugby as they scored four tries through Johnny Kotze‚ Jesse Kriel and a brace by debutant Rosko Specman.
Man of the match Handrè Pollard dazzled as he converted all seven his kicks — four conversions and three penalties. The Stormers’ penalty was scored by SP Marais.
Their defence was able to stop the Stormers from scoring a try and they impressed with their line-outs in which they managed to take the ball away from their visitors. Their scrummaging was also on point.
“Overall it was a near-perfect performance from the boys but I agree that we gave away soft penalties and sometimes in defence we were too narrow.
“Those are the few things that we need to work [on] more going forward‚” said a satisfied Human after his first match in charge at this level. “This is a good confidence-bo...
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