Super Kings smash Sunwolves in Singapore

Mar 4, 2017 - 3:22 PM Four tries and a 100 per cent kicking effort from flyhalf Lionel Cronje led South Africa's Southern Kings to a rare win as they beat Japanese franchise the Sunwolves 37-23 at the National Stadium in Singapore.

An early breakaway try from Rudi van Rooyen gave the South African strugglers a good start and they were ahead 17-7 at halftime after Chris Cloete added a second try.

Ruan Lerm and speedster Malcolm Jaer added further scores for the Kings while Cronje kicked three penalties and four conversions, but they missed out on a bonus point when the Sunwolves scored two late tries through Kenki Fukuoaka and Takaaki Nakazura.

Source: AAP

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