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Hurricanes knew the Force would crumble


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Hurricanes captain Dane Coles has revealed that they knew the Force’s defensive structures would open up if they stuck to their game.

Team captain Coles made his 2016 Super Rugby debut in the match in Palmerston North and scored his team’s opening try.

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The Hurricanes struggled to pull away from the Western Force but kept the pressure on and eventually won the match 41-6.

The Wellington side battled to cross the whitewash in the opening half but the flodgates opened after 60 minutes and the Force ultimately conceded six tries.

“We had to grind away. In the second half we kept our intensity up,” said captain Dane Coles after the match.

“We knew if we did that we could open the game up like we did.”

The Hurricanes host the Southern Kings from South Africa next weekend.

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