Ngani Laumape terrorises Beauden Barrett for forty minutes in Super Rugby clash
By Rugby Onslaught

Ngani Laumape terrorises Beauden Barrett for forty minutes in Super Rugby clash

Beauden Barrett has had a mixed day so far in this crunch match in Super Rugby Aotearoa as he came up against All Blacks teammate Ngani Laumape.

The eagerly awaited match between the Hurricanes and the Blues has been much anticipated with Barrett returning to Wellington to play his former team.

This was a pretty brutal first half for the New Zealand fullback.

It didn’t take long for Laumape to assert his dominance in proceedings as he found himself in space out wide early on.

It’s not often you see Beauden Barrett outdone for pace but that’s exactly what happened here

It was a hostile enviroment enviroment in Wellington as Beauden was booed early on when he got the ball.

It looked like he’d silenced the haters as he cut through with a piercing line to score under the posts but as we can see Laumape wasn’t finished there.

We see below as the All Blacks centre was out to destroy his teammate

The slow mo was even more brutal for Beauden Barrett.

The two sides went into the break tied at 15-15 in an entertaining display of running rugby in New Zealand’s popular Super Rugby Aotearoa franchise.

Beauden Barrett made the switch to the Auckland Blues from the Hurricanes last year in what was a high profile move between the Super Rugby sides.

He was soon after joined by All Black legend Dan Carter who also joined the Blues. He’s yet to make his first appearance for the Auckland side after suffering an injury this week.

Beuaden’s brother Jordie sealed a spectacular win for the Hurricanes in the dying minutes of player with this incredible touchline conversion