Waratahs celebrate last ditch win over Crusaders in Super Rugby final | Pacific Beat

Waratahs celebrate last ditch win over Crusaders in Super Rugby final

Waratahs celebrate last ditch win over Crusaders in Super Rugby final

Updated 4 August 2014, 8:12 AEST

The 2014 Super Rugby season could not have ended in more dramatic fashion.

In front of a record crowd, the NSW Waratahs fell behind with just four minutes to go against the Crusaders, the seven-time champions from Christchurch.

But with the seconds ticking away, the Waratahs won a penalty, and Bernard Foley converted the high pressure kick to win the game for his team by a single point.

So the Waratahs are Super Rugby champions for the first time in their history, taking the match 33-32, and Patrick Foulkes from the ARU was there to see the drama unfold.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Patrick Foukes, Australian Rugby Union

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