Luzuko Vulindlu scored a try in each half as the Southern Kings finally claimed a first Pro14 win with a 45-13 drubbing of the Dragons on Friday.
The South African side had lost all of their 16 matches in what is a maiden Pro14 campaign for the former Super Rugby franchise.
But they put the Dragons to the sword in the battle of the bottom two in Conference B at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium to get up and running at long last.
It all started so well for Bernard Jackman’s Dragons, Dorian Jones taking a superb offload from Lewis Evans and racing away for an opening try which he converted after slotting over an early penalty.
It was all one-way traffic after the break, the home side running away with it as Vulindlu, Ruaan Lerm, Anthony Volmink and Bobby de Wee crossed to keep the Dragons waiting for a first away win in three years.
It’s number 5?? for @SouthernKingsSA thanks to a sensational counter attack ? ?
Anthonie Volmink picks up the ball on the left wing and explodes towards the line ? Follow LIVE on @SuperSportTV #KINvDRA
YouTube: https://t.co/KIewTtsPWT pic.twitter.com/WSAfOTb0IZ
— PRO14 RUGBY (@PRO14Official) March 2, 2018
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