Rugby union - Jaguares hit back to pip Sunwolves in try fest

Jaguares fullback Joaquin Tuculet is tackled by Japan's Sunwolves centre Timothy Lafaele and fly-half Yu Tamura (AFP Photo/JUAN MABROMATA)

- Jaguares of Argentina snapped a four-match losing streak with a come-from-behind 46-39 victory over Sunwolves of Japan in a Super Rugby try fest. The hosts turned a 39-27 deficit 14 minutes from time into a seven-point victory thanks to tries from Matias Alemanno, Agustin Creevy and Matias Moroni. Jaguares scored seven tries and Sunwolves five at Estadio Jose Amalfitani in a lively conclusion to round 11 of the regular season. Victory left the hosts with a slim chance of making the quarter-finals -- they trail Coastal Sharks of South Africa by eight points with five games to play. Sunwolves are playing for pride having won just one of 10 matches, but running Jaguares close in their first visit to Buenos Aires confirmed recent improvement.