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Mark Talea goes next level in Blues 36-25 win over Hurricanes


Blues captain Patrick Tuipulotu during a line out. Blues v Hurricanes
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The Blues beat the Hurricanes 36-25 in Auckland thanks to a superb four-try performance from winger Mark Talea.

The hurlers were completely out of the lead in the first 30 minutes but did well to get a goal back in the game to lead the home side 19-10 at half time.

Their cause was not helped when Julian Savea had to leave the field early with an injury.

After a high octane final 10 minutes four tries were scored.

It started when Kini Naholo crossed the line to get the Hurricanes within four points of the Blues.

But a few minutes later Reiko Ioane answered for the Blues.

Naholo then got his second try but Talea put him in doubt when he crossed for his fourth.

Goal kicking hurt the Hurricanes and missed an easy conversion that would have made a big difference.

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