Super Rugby 2019: Hurricanes come-from-behind to beat Stormers

The Hurricanes have come-from-behind in the final 15 minutes to beat the impressive Stormers 34-28 at the Cake Tin in Wellingotn. 

The home side started off the better of the two with prop Ben May getting the first try of the match, off the back of some good work from the Hurricanes backline.

Jordie Barrett pounced on a Richard Judd grubber to grab the Hurricanes second try after just 22 minutes.

But the Stormers came to play - exposing what has been the Achilles' heel of the Hurricanes side this season, their forward pack.

The visitors scored the final 15 points of the first half, mostly through a dominant scrum and lineout drive.

But the Hurricanes came out of the sheds with determination and a will to win the match.

Wes Hoosen scored first for the hosts in the second half to get them back into the lead.

The Stormers hit back through Jaco Coetzee in a see-sawing battle throughout the match that was going to be won or lost in one moment.

That came in the 70th moment when Beauden Barrett scored what was the winning try.

Eight minutes earlier Hoosen scored his second to get the Hurricanes back into the contest and it was the 73 test All Black that scored the winning try.

Beauden Barrett finished off a fantastic move that included his brother Jordie to seal the Hurricanes fourth win of the season.