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Brisbane have maintained their unbeaten run in the NRL Telstra Premierhsip with a comfortable 42-16 vicotory over South Sydney at Aussie stadium this evening.
Brisbane raced out to a 20-0 lead in even time and even though Souths went to the break down 26-10, they were never a realistic chance of reeling in the Broncos, who were given some very easy tries that put the contest beyond doubt a little more than a quarter into the match. Brisbanes best were Casey Maguire and Carl Webb while Souths best was easily Shane Rigon, who was a standout in a beaten side and considering he came off the bench, played with plenty of enthusiasm and determination.
Souths played with plenty of heart and enthusiasm and can take lenty away from this loss as they never turned their toes up and as is now customary, scored the last try to add some much needed respectability to the scoreline.