The Sharks conquered the surprised and collisions the Queenslanders with their outstanding ball-handling speed and width, outscoring them from 3 tries to 2. It was just the Queensland Reds’ third loss in their past 24 games at home. They’ll fly back to South Africa to play with Stormers who are the top of the table in their semi-final on Saturday in Cape Town, while the Chiefs will organize the Crusaders in Hamilton following their win with the Bulls.
The narrow-minded Queensland crowd near about 36, 571 booed Jonathan Kaplan, South African referee off the field towards the end of match for permitting the Sharks to hold back the Reds’ ball; however the penalties did set off way of Queensland by 12-4. Knowing that they had to make an excellent start, Sharks chased to a 17-0 lead which only 22 minutes were remaining, which forcing the Queensland Reds to play catch-up. Ewen McKenzie, Reds coach said that, they are very disappointed with the result.