The Finals are approaching and the battle for the top eight positions is intensifying... who have the pedigree and consistency to regularly feature?
Which teams in the competition have been the best at getting themselves over the gain line, as well as stopping their opponents from doing the same?
The referee appointments for Round #12 of the 2019 Super Rugby season are now confirmed.
The Super Rugby TOTW has representatives from 10 of the teams following another intriguing round of matches with the forward pack made of players from eight of the teams.
The Jaguares claimed a hard-fought 20-15 victory over the Brumbies at Estadio Jose Amalfitani.
The Stormers avoided a third straight defeat with a 24-23 victory over the Bulls at Newlands on Saturday
The Sharks made the most of their numerical advantage, thanks to a Jed Holloway red card, to claim a morale-boosting 23-15 win over the Waratahs at the Parramatta Stadium.
Jordie Barrett was the star of the show as the Hurricanes secured a dominant 47-19 win over the Chiefs at Westpac Stadium in Super Rugby on Saturday.
The Highlanders cruised to a comfortable and dominant 52-0 victory over the Sunwolves at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium.
The Crusaders made short work of their South African counterparts in Super Rugby on Friday morning, running out comfortable 36-10 winners against a tired-looking Lions outfit.
Often the difference between a break leading to a try or becoming just another half-chance is the willingness of teammates to run effective support lines...
This weekend’s action sees all but four teams asked to show us what they’ve got against foreign opposition and these games could well prove to be the most crucial when deciding the final standings.
The referee appointments for Round #11 of the 2019 Super Rugby season are now confirmed.
The Super Rugby TOTW has representatives from 10 of the teams following an easter weekend of upsets and very close action. The Lions lead the way with four players after stunning Chiefs in Hamilton.
There were just two points in it as the Brumbies held on for a 19-17 victory over a disappointing Stormers outfit at Newlands.
The Melbourne Rebels conceded 12 penalties, including a yellow card, to blow a 13-point lead at halftime to lose to the New South Wales Waratahs 23-20 in Super Rugby on Saturday.
The Sharks disappointed for the second week running as they lost 21-14 to the Reds in Friday's Super Rugby clash at Kings Park.
The Highlanders ended a six-match winless run with a 24-12 victory over the Blues in Saturday's Super Rugby clash at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The Hurricanes came from behind to grind out a 29-23 victory over a spirited Sunwolves outfit in Tokyo.
The Lions secured a hard fought 23-17 win over the Chiefs in Hamilton on Friday to get their 2019 Super Rugby campaign back on track.