The Super Rugby season has hit the home stretch and we take a look at what lies ahead in the road to the finals for the teams in the South African conference.
The Super Rugby season has hit the home stretch and we take a look at what lies ahead in the road to the finals for the teams in the New Zealand conference.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for Week #18 of the 2018 Super Rugby season.
The Super Rugby Team of the Week has players from nine teams with the Chiefs and Brumbies leading the way after their victories in Week 17. The Sunwolves' Michael Little is Player of the Week.
Crusaders prop Wyatt Crockett will make rugby history yet again this week, becoming the first player to record 200 Super Rugby caps.
Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco touched down late on as the Sunwolves snatched an outstanding 42-37 triumph over the Bulls in Singapore.
The Sharks kept their quarter-final hopes alive with a 31-24 come-from-behind victory over the Lions in a South African Super Rugby derby at Kings Park in Durban on Saturday.
The Jaguares claimed their seventh win in a row with a 25-14 victory over the Stormers at Estadio Jose Amalfitani in Buenos Aires.
The Waratahs extended their lead at the top of the Australian Conference with a 31-26 victory over the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park.
A superb first-half performance from the Chiefs laid the platform as they defeated intra-country rivals Highlanders 45-22 in Suva.
The Brumbies produced a superb Super Rugby performance to overcome the Hurricanes 24-12 at the GIO Stadium in Canberra.
The Blues made a winning return to Super Rugby action when they claimed a 39-16 win over the Reds in their trans-Tasman encounter in Auckland.
The Super Rugby season has hit the home stretch and we take a look at what lies ahead in the road to the finals for the teams in the Australia conference.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for Week #17 of the 2018 Super Rugby season.
SANZAAR has announced the tournament dates for the 2019 Super Rugby competition that will kick-off on Friday 15 February.
The Super Rugby Team of the Week is dominated by players from the winning teams as the Crusaders forge ahead in NZ Conference while the Waratahs and Rebels are locked into a battle for top spot in Australia.
The Brumbies closed the gap on the Rebels and Waratahs in the Australian Conference following a 41-31 triumph over a gallant Sunwolves at the GIO Stadium.
The Crusaders consolidated their position at the top of the Super Rugby standings when they beat the Chiefs 34-20 in their New Zealand derby in Hamilton.
The Rebels strengthened their Super Rugby play-off hopes when they claimed a deserved 20-10 win over the Blues in Auckland.
The Waratahs returned to the victory trail in Super Rugby when they secured a 52-41 win over the Reds in their Australian derby in Brisbane.