76-12 win for All Blacks

2010-10-30 08:18

Junior Sa’u and Sam Perrett shared six of 14 tries as New Zealand beat Papua New Guinea 76-12 in a Four Nations rugby league match today, likely booking a place in the tournament final.

Sa’u and Perrett both crossed three times and Jeremy Smith had two tries as New Zealand backed up its 24-10 opening-round win over England.

The Kiwis scored their first try through Perrett after only three minutes and added seven more tries to lead 46-0 at halftime.

Sa’u scored the first try of the second half two minutes after the restart, breaking 50 points, and New Zealand raced to an 11-try, 62-0 lead before Papua New Guinea hit back with two quick tries.

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