Queensland Reds can’t break Kiwi stranglehold on Aussie sides as rampant Chiefs cruise to victory


Reds started with another big artillery to beat Chiefs on Saturday night, but Tony Shaw and Paul McLean are both in their 60s, Sam Scott-Young threw his last meaningful blow in the 1990s and barbed Dick Cocks made his crunch in the 1970s.

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The spell's honor of 40 Queensland rugby legend was by far the best in the opening 30 minutes when the bosses ran 24-0 at the Suncorp Stadium.

Brad Thorns Reds of 2018 had not experienced anything like the pace, fast ball and volatility in attack that floored and flustered them when the fight was decided during that period.

When they decided to stumble kicked, Aidan Toua contacted and forgot the inside, was a road to further ruin, the last 50 minutes became much more of a competition.

The final 36-12 score was still a brutal reality check on how B G Golf is still between the Kiwi Super Rugby sides and the Aussie opponents, they have now beaten 35 times in a row over the past two years.

The chiefs held much of their strength even though the most important All Blacks spark Damian McKenzie was off the field for the final hour after a head knock assessment.

Reds actually "pulled" the last 50 minutes 12-all. It may seem completely irrelevant, but it is ultimately reflecting Queenslanders to get their hands on a ball, in the middle of Samu Kerevi's influential race for two tries and some struggles.

Revenge to more of a scrap was cheered by the small crowd at 14.002, but it was even more important that it was a starch to remember in the 1000th game played by Queensland rugby team.

The quick management of the managers reinforced the lack of deception to Reds' passing, and it was a criminal offense that the Weapon Izaia Perese was again wasted.

Coach Thorn can no longer justify leaving the profound pass of Duncan Paia from the bench by Duncan Paia.

As fights as starting halfback Ben Lucas, replacement half Moses Sorovi was one meter faster to ruck base and it made a difference in the last 20 minutes.

No.8 Caleb Timu had his moments and a barging run after a lineout win almost produced another second half attempt, but he lost the ball when he appeared to plant in t on the upholstery's upholstery.

It also came after he was grounded by a crunchy front-on tackle by Chiefs Center Johnny Fa as much as almost everybody in the 1000 games.

Kerevi never stops trying for Reds and again talisman for this page after Thorn admitted that his side lacked fitness early.

Wallaby's great George Smith played the last 37 minutes. He was a bit underdone and dropped a pass, but he will soon be back in track after his first match at this intensity of four months due to back surgery.

There was a lot of sting for Reds tackling when they caught a Chiefs striker with Taniela Tupou's hit on Sean Wainui and Jono Lance's fine try on winger Solomon Alaimalo both standout efforts.

Credit to Chiefs. Brodie Retallick reminded everyone again that he is the world's best lock with his skills and a bullock attempt, while All Black's flank Sam Cane was involved in short passages, targeted interventions and generally work to raise his package.

Even in his short time On the field, McKenzie Fullback Charlie Ngatai crossed the ball with a pinpoint.

Thorn complained about the disastrous opening style of the game.

"The first half hour was very disappointing … you can not make these mistakes and even if you're under the pump you should be very aware," said Thorn.

"We were a little rattled early and it was just hard to see."

"We fought away in the other half and showed something because the crowd was at the end.

" She's a rough old trip, but I take the encouraging points out … Moses Sorovi had not played in seven games at all and he was exactly halfback (replacing) and Jordie Petaia ripped into just 18 (from the wing). "

Chiefs coach Colin Cooper revealed that McKenzie had been cleared to return to the pitch but considered him worthwhile to risk.

" He's angry we beat him but he's a special so we're still pulled him off because he was dazed, "said Cooper.

" We knew that Reds would be a dangerous team and at times they showed it. "

" There is a lot of physical form for a Brad Thorn page. You could see it and they just need time under him. It and his leaders must come through. "

Chiefs 36 (T Ardron, B Retallick, C Ngatai, L Polwart, S Taukei, Aho Samples; D McKenzie 2 Matches, M McKenzie 2 Matches) Reds 12 (S Kerevi 2 samples; J Lance con)

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