Here is the TOTW for Round #7 plus the Team of the Season to date as we enter a period of tournament suspension due to the COVID-19 global situation...
The Brumbies scored seven tries to convincingly beat the struggling Waratahs 47-14 at GIO Stadium in Canberra on Sunday in Super Rugby.
The Sharks claimed a well-deserved 24-14 win over coastal rivals the Stormers in a bruising Super Rugby encounter at Kings Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Reds overturned a 17-point deficit to beat the Bulls 41-17 in Brisbane and pick up their second Super Rugby win of the season.
Defending Super Rugby champions the Crusaders cruised to a 49-14 bonus point win over the Sunwolves in Brisbane on Saturday.
A rampant Blues outfit proved to much for a low in confidence Lions side in their Super Rugby clash at Eden Park on Saturday.
Jodie Barrett kicked an 84th minute penalty to earn the Hurricanes a narrow 24-27 win over the Chiefs in their Super Rugby clash on Friday.
The Jaguares versus Highlanders match will take place on 14 March in Buenos Aires and will be broadcast but will be closed to spectators.
Super Rugby is renowned for its running rugby but kicking is still an integral part of the game... who is best in this area?
Several players are on try-scoring streaks in 2020, who are they and has it benefitted their teams?
The TOTW has players from nine different teams after a round that saw three away wins, a red card and numerous bonus point that may prove crucial in the long run.
The referee appointments for Round #7 of the 2020 Super Rugby season are now confirmed.
The Sharks moved to the top of the Super Rugby standings with a hard-fought 33-19 victory over the Jaguares in Durban.
The Bulls snapped a four-game losing streak with a well-deserved 38-13 win over the Highlanders in Pretoria.
A strong second half showing overcame some disciplinary issues and allowed the Melbourne Rebels to secure an emphatic 37-10 win over the Lions at AAMI Park in Super Rugby on Saturday.
The Hurricanes produced a gutsy effort but ultimately came up short as the Blues secured a 24-15 win in their Super Rugby derby in Wellington on Saturday.
The Chiefs ran in six unanswered tries against the Waratahs in the second half to turn what had been a competitive affair into a one-sided 51-14 victory.
The Reds outscored the Crusaders four tries to three in Christchurch but still found themselves on the receiving end of a 24-20 loss.
The Brumbies put on an entertaining attacking display to defeat the Sunwolves 14-47 in their relocated Super Rugby clash in Wollongong.
Coaches love applying pressure from the first whistle and getting ahead on scoreboard so which players are fastest out of the blocks...?