The Chiefs put up a spirited performance to beat the Hurricanes 17-14 in a thrilling New Zealand derby in Wellington on Saturday.
The Round 15 (NZ and Australia) Super Rugby team of the week has representatives from eight of the 10 Australia and New Zealand teams after the five-match round. Player of the Week is Chiefs' wing James Lowe who scored three tries, carried 16 times, beat 4 defenders and ran for 179 metres.
SANZAAR has announced the match officials for the single match of the NZ Conference-only 16th round of the 2017 season. The other three NZ teams have byes given they play the British & Irish Lions in the coming week.
The Hurricanes made it nine wins in a row against the Force with a 34-12 bonus-point victory at nib Stadium in Perth on Saturday.
The Brumbies secured first place in the Australian Conference with a 32-3 bonus-point victory over the Rebels in Canberra on Saturday.
The Chiefs ended a two-match winless run when they claimed a deserved 46-31 victory over the Waratahs in Hamilton.
Mitchell Hunt’s amazing late drop goal secured a 25-22 win for the Crusaders over the Highlanders in a thrilling south island derby in Christchurch.
The Brumbies have announce that Dan McKellar will step into the role of Head Coach for the 2018 Super Rugby season. McKellar will follow Stephen Larkham intro the role once Larkham takes up his full-time duties with the Wallabies.
Super Saturday is upon us as eight teams do battle in four cities either side of the Tasman as the Australian and New Zealand conferences play out their leg of the split round 15. The African Conferences play their Round 15 in the first weekend in July.
Stephen Perofeta's late try was enough for the Blues to come out on top of a see-sawing encounter with the Reds, winning 34-29 in Apia.
The Crusaders are already proving that they are one of the most effective attacking teams in the competition this season but it’s also their defence which has helped them string together an impressive run of wins
The Round 14 Super Rugby team of the week has representatives from ten of the 18 teams after the nine-match round and includes three Highlanders and three Cheetahs. Player of the week is Sharks fullback David Havili who scored a try, carried 18 times, beat 10 defenders and ran for 191 metres.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for the split, five-match Round 15 (Australia & NZ) of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
A 14-man Lions outfit continued their domination of the South African 2 Conference following a comfortable 54-10 triumph over the Kings.
The Brumbies finished their overseas tour on a high when they claimed a deserved 39-15 bonus-point victory over the Jaguares in Buenos Aires on Saturday.
The Sharks were able to overcome the Stormers 22-10 in a hard-fought South African Super Rugby derby in Durban.
The Hurricanes continued with their fine recent form when they claimed a 34-20 bonus-point win over the Bulls in Pretoria.
The Crusaders made it 13 wins out of 13 when they beat the Rebels 41-19 at AAMI Stadium in Melbourne.
The Highlanders climbed to third place on the New Zealand conference with a 44-28 win over the Waratahs in Dunedin.
The Cheetahs ended their nine-match losing streak with a 47-7 win over the Sunwolves at Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium.
The Blues and Chiefs could not be separated as they played out a 16-16 draw in their Super Rugby clash at Eden Park on Friday.
The Force moved up to third position in the Australian Conference after they beat the Reds 40-26 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Friday.
Super Rugby 2017 has seen plenty of big scores and its fair share of tight tussles, but it’s often been the final quarter of the game where teams have let loose and gotten busy as they make a last ditch attempt at either snatching or defending victory.
The Round 13 Super Rugby team of the week has representatives from seven of the teams and includes five Sharks following their win against the Sunwolves in Singapore. Player of the week is Sharks fullback Lwazi Mvovo who scored three tries, beat five defenders and ran for 152 metres.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for Round 14 of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The Waratahs moved up to second place in the Australian Conference after they overcame the Rebels 50-23 at Allianz Stadium.
The Brumbies got the job done but were made to work hard before securing a 19-10 win over the Kings in Port Elizabeth.
The Lions made a statement of intent when they beat the Bulls 51-14 in their South African derby in Johannesburg on Saturday.
The Sharks bounced back from last week’s shock defeat to the Kings with a 38-17 win over the Sunwolves in Singapore in round 13.
The Highlanders recorded the biggest ever win in their Super Rugby history with 55-6 victory over the Force in Perth.
Hat-trick hero Vince Aso broke Tana Umaga's try-scoring record as the Hurricanes claimed a 61-7 victory over the Cheetahs in Wellington.
The Stormers ended their four-match winless run when they claimed a hard-fought 30-22 victory over the Blues in Cape Town on Friday.
The Crusaders made it 12 wins in a row with a hard fought 31-24 victory over the Chiefs at ANZ National Stadium in Suva, Fiji.
The Sunwolves will play their third and last Super Rugby match of the season at their second home in Singapore when they play the Sharks at the Singapore National Stadium in Round 13.
The Round 12 team of the week has representatives from eight of the teams and includes four Reds and three Blues players. Player of the week is Reds captain and Wallaby Centre Samu Kerevi who scored two tries, beat 9 defenders and ran for 150 metres.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for Round 13 of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The Kings won a confrontational South African derby 35-32 against the Sharks at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. It is first time the Kings have beaten a fellow South African team.
The Force claimed only their third victory of the season and first away from home as they overcame the Jaguares in Buenos Aires, winning 16-6 at Vélez Sarsfield.
A Malakai Fekitoa try has helped the Highlanders claim a last-gasp 17-10 victory over the Bulls in Pretoria.
The Reds claimed their third victory of the season on Saturday as they beat the Rebels 29-24 in an entertaining derby in Melbourne.
The Crusaders continued their perfect start to the Super season on Saturday, beating the Hurricanes 20-12 in Christchurch.
The Lions got the job done but were made to graft for their 13-6 victory over the Brumbies in Canberra on Friday.
The Blues continued with their impressive form of late when they claimed a 50-32 victory over the Cheetahs in Auckland on Friday.
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The Round 11 team of the week has representatives from seven of the teams and includes four Sharks and three Jaguares players reflecting the high scoring and open nature of the matches they won. Player of the week is Highlanders and All Black wing Waisake Naholo who scored two tries and beat 12 defenders - the most by any player in a match since 2013.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for Round 12 of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The Sharks continued their impressive home form with a 37-12 Super Rugby victory over the Western Force at Kings Park in Durban.
The Crusaders made it 10 wins from 10 with a comprehensive 62-24 victory over the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld.
The Jaguares outscored the Sunwolves by seven tries to five to clinch an entertaining 46-39 win in Buenos Aires.
Propelled by a Rieko Ioane brace and 20 points from Piers Francis the Blues turned in a big 40-33 win over the Waratahs in Sydney.