Queensland come from behind to beat Bulls 20-14 to record back to back wins

Queensland Reds came up with a better second half performance
Queensland Reds came up with a better second half performance
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Reds 20-14 Bulls, Suncorp Stadium
Scorecard

The Queensland Reds displayed a powerful second-half performance to inspire their side to a 20-14 win against Bulls at Suncorp Stadium to record back to back wins for the first time since 2014.

Proving last week's breakthrough victory over the Brumbies was no fluke, the Reds clawed back from 14-3 down in a thrilling clash on Saturday night.

Caleb Timu (35) and Aidan Toua (45) scored the two host tries while James Tuttle converted both along with scoring a penalty.
Jono Lance too scored a three-pointer to help his side extend the lead in the closing stages of the game.

Warrick Gelant (4) and Andre Riaan Warner (24) matched the hosts' tally of tries for the visitors as Handre Pollard converted both successfully.

The six-point win leaves the Reds in second place on the Australian conference.

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