19th October 05:38 AM
For Australian teams to finally end their Super Rugby drought they should 'start cheating better' - Hoiles
By Rusiate Baleilevuka
Monday 14/05/2018
Former Wallabies player Stephen Hoiles. [Photo:abc.net.au]

A former Wallabies player has a simple suggestion for Australian teams to finally end their Super Rugby drought against their New Zealand counterparts ‑ 'start cheating better'.

Stephen Hoiles made the comments on Fox Sports following the Waratahs' giving up a 29‑0 lead to lose to the Crusaders 31‑29 on Saturday evening.

The defeat meant Australian teams have gone 39 games without a victory over a New Zealand side.

Hoiles says that the reality is, they have got to start cheating better or start running players off the ball.

The Crusaders will take on the Blues in Auckland at 7.35pm Saturday while the Waratahs will face the Highlanders at 9.45pm Saturday. 

Source:NZ Herald

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