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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Super Rugby Round 9 WRap: 4.12-4.13

Super Rugby Round 9 WRap: 4.12-4.13, By the Numbers
 home wins @Brumbies, Bulls, Chiefs, and Crusaders
 home losses @ Rebels and Sharks

3             the measure of separation at the half, 7-10, with Crusaders in arrears to Highlanders at the AMI in Christchurch; stirring speech in the sheds sent the Cantabrians wild as offload kings in the second stanza, outscoring their guests 36-7 to record 43-17, 5-point victory;

            second stanza groundings for Stormers 13, Ruhan Nel, and travelers opened up their hosts, Rebels, at AAMI, 41-24, to salvage a single win from the final fixture of their 4-match trot;

4             point halftime Chiefs advantage, 14-10, made 33-29 record over Blues by the end of the day in Waikato Stadium; double for travelers 12, Mai Nonu;

11           point halftime Brumbies advantage stuck through ’80 and Mob ran the paddock riot on Big Cats in Canberra with the 31-20 result; 10 for Lions 10, Elton Jantjies, on a triple of 1 conversion, 1 penalty and 1 try in the effort;

16           for Jaguares 10, 22 years old Domingo Miotti, on 5 conversions and 2 penalties in 51-17 lambasting of Sharks at Kings Park; hat trick for los Panteras 15, Mati Orlando, and 1 double for the blindside, Pablo Matera, in the road rout;

17           by Bulls 10, Handre Pollard, on a triple of 2 conversions, 1 penalty and 2 trys as el Toros topped Reds in Loftus Versfeld, 32-17; 1 double for travelers 12, Samu Kerevi;

Hurricanes, SunWolves and Waratahs on the bye

Overall Table - Top 8 go to playoffs


Conference Tables: 4 SAs, 3NZs, 1 OZ club(s) in playoff spots now-now










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