Waratahs mount late charge to remain alive

By Courtney Rees
Updated August 22 2015 - 8:46pm, first published 5:30pm
WRAPPED UP: Waratahs centre Tim Corcoran gets brought down by Griffith's Andrew Madden in his team's win on Saturday. Picture: Laura Hardwick
WRAPPED UP: Waratahs centre Tim Corcoran gets brought down by Griffith's Andrew Madden in his team's win on Saturday. Picture: Laura Hardwick

A late flurry of tries has seen Waratahs keep their season alive while ending Griffith’s premiership defence at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.

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