The Brumbies scored a record win against the sad Waratahs while the Blues were too good for the Hurricanes Relive how the super rugby action played out here on Saturday night

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Brumbie’s hat trick hero Mack Hansen smiles widely as he talks to Nines Roz Kelly

“One of the best games I have participated in. That was my first super try. Get me off the Nudie so it will be good”

“I just can’t make that many mistakes and expect to get close to the Brumbies. We certainly still have a lot to do”

Brumbies 61, NSW 10 as full-back Tom Banks finished another crisp move from the home team

The winger had a nice cultivator kick from center Len Ikitau at the end, which shows why the Wallabies have big raps on him

“I don’t think the Waratahs were terrible, but the Brumbies were very, very good”

Relentless of the Brumbies scoring another hit, they try to extend the lead to 47-10 after 64 minutes

“The Brumbies are running over the Waratahs,” says Sean Maloney of Nine, while Andrew Mehrtens has a keen sense for Deja Vu

And things get worse for NSW when star prop Angus Bell limps off the field with a seemingly worrying injury

Brumbies winger Mack Hansen has his second try and that goal line becomes ugly for the Baby Waratahs

After a set, the Brumbies rose numbers in NSW midfield defense, but Irae Simone threw a cut-out rebound pass that was good enough for Hansen to get far out

Brumbies halfback Nic White continued his sizzling form by scoring a single attempt, but it must be said the Waratahs defense was sad – he fell for a dummy and slipped from the tackles that would have been made should

Connal McInerney gets his reward when the brumbies hooker takes a 26-10 lead right at halftime from a rolling mouth

“There was no back to steal from him this time,” says Morgan Turinui of Nine

NSW struck back immediately, trying to provide close range support for Harry Johnson-Holmes This shows that the sky blue jerseys have a certain spirit

It is almost over, you might think, when Noah Lolesio brings the Brumbies 19: 3 after 26 minutes by converting his own attempt

It came from a rolling mouth, of all things, when the little playmaker got his hands dirty

“A rare attempt – they can do anything these days, the halves of the fly,” added Andrew Mehrtens, former All Blacks Pivot


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