Bulls' poor away form continues as Jaguares beat them in rainy Buenos Aires
The Jaguares won only their third match of the Super Rugby season with a 29-11 victory over the Bulls in rainy Buenos Aires.
First half tries from Pablo Matera and Agustin Creevy gave the hosts a 15-6 interval advantage, which they built on with another Creevy try in the second half. Nicolas Sanchez converted the first and kicked four penalties for a 14-point personal haul.
Piet Van Zyl crossed for the Bulls after the turnaround but their only other points came from two Francois Brummer penalties and their poor away from continues to damage their title ambitions - the Bulls have now won just two of their last 16 matches outside South Africa.