Six-try Bulls get their revenge

Wandisile Simelane scored a brace as the Vodacom Bulls exacted sweet revenge for their earlier defeat at the hands of Exeter Chiefs, beating the English side 39-26 in a pulsating game at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday night.
In a game that seemed to have everything - including a red card for England international Henry Slade and a change of referees as Mathieu Raynal pulled a hamstring on the 50th-minute mark - the Bulls outscored Exeter six tries to four to rack up a solid victory and take revenge for their loss at Sandy Park last month.
But the bonus point Exeter picked up late in the game will be valuable for them as they moved above the Bulls on the current log in pool A, with the Bulls sitting fourth now and taking a massive step towards qualifying for the play-offs with the victory.