Rugby Union: Western pay for indiscipline

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Rugby Union: Western pay for indiscipline

Queensland went second in the Super 12 table with a 19-14 victory over Western Province in Brisbane. The Australian side trailed 14-6 at half- time and owed their victory to their opponents' indiscipline. The New Zealand referee Colin Hawke awarded 14 penalties to Queensland during the game and none to the South Africans. Australian Capital Territories, last year's beaten finalists, are languishing in 11th place after losing 38-26 in Timaru to Canterbury, for whom the All Blacks' fly-half Andrew Mehrtens scored 18 points. Another New Zealand success saw Waikato win 37-25 against Northern Transvaal in Hamilton, while the all-South African con

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