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Brumbies crush Force to stay top of Super 15

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The ACT Brumbies scored six tries to crush the Western Force 41-7 in a lopsided Australian derby to extend their lead at the top of the Super 15 standings in Canberra on Saturday. 

Jesse Mogg of the Brumbies on the run to the try line during a Super 15 rugby union match against Sharks of Durban in Durban on March 16, 2013. The ACT Brumbies scored six tries to crush the Western Force 41-7 in a lopsided Australian derby to extend their lead at the top of the Super 15 standings in Canberra.

Fijian winger Henry Speight scored a double to become the tournament's leading tryscorer as the Brumbies had little trouble in tossing aside the inept Force.

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