The referee appointments for the last round of the 2019 Super Rugby regular season [Round #18] are now confirmed.
The TOTW has players from just six teams this week and is dominated by Crusaders, Highlanders and Brumbies after some key results locked in the four home quarter-finalist but left eight teams fighting for the final four spots.
The Jaguares wrapped up the South African conference with a 34-7 bonus-point victory over the Sharks in Buenos Aires.
The Stormers kept their faint playoff hopes alive with a 31-18 victory over the Sunwolves at Newlands on Saturday
The Hurricanes made sure of fourth place in the overall standings as a second-half blitz lifted them to a 37-17 victory over the Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday
The Brumbies have taken the top spot in the Australian conference after a strong 35-24 win over the Waratahs in Parramatta, Sydney.
The Crusaders consolidated their position at the top of the Super Rugby table courtesy of an emphatic 66-0 win over the Rebels.
The Reds maintained their slim chances of reaching the quarter-finals with a last-gasp 29-28 win over the Blues at Suncorp Stadium.
The Highlanders and Bulls had to settle for a 24-24 draw in their Super Rugby encounter at the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin on Friday.
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The TOTW has players from nine teams following another action-packed round that delivered another draw and four away wins...two rounds to go and a dozen teams in quarter-finals mix.
The referee appointments for Round #17 of the 2019 Super Rugby season are now confirmed.
The Lions moved up to second spot in the closely contested South African Conference after a solid home win against the Stormers.
The Hurricanes claimed a 30-17 victory over the Sharks at Kings Park in Durban on Saturday.
The Jaguares consolidated their lead at the top of the South African conference with a 36-23 victory over the Reds at Suncorp Stadium.
The Brumbies ran in six tries as they beat the Sunwolves 42-19 in Tokyo to secure bonus point and top spot in Aussie Conference.
The Chiefs battled back from 20 points down to defeat defending Super Rugby champions Crusaders 40-27 in a thrilling match in Suva, Fiji.
The Waratahs crept into the top eight in overall standings with a 20-15 victory over the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
A spirited Blues outfit nearly pulled off a win at the death but would have to settle for a 22-all draw against the Bulls in Friday's Super Rugby clash.