Sunday, May 12, 2019

Super Rugby Round 13 WRap

Super Rugby Round 13 WRap
5.11-5.12, By the Numbers

- home wins @ Chiefs, Highlanders, Lions, Rebels
road wins by Crusaders, Hurricanes

Four of five NZ Conference clubs happy with the only loss in the Land of the Long White Cloud coming from a Kiwi v Kiwi contest.

Numbers one and two shifted places in OZ with the Mob stampeding from out the playoff frame into the ordering seat at conference table and that Gang of Insurgents falling to second, yet in the extra time box.

All clubs in SA within a bonus-point victory of one another as that cage match continues unabated though with a bit of shifting in the standings. Big Cats only winners.

17           of 22 counted by the Hurricanes Barrett brothers on 1 try apiece - number 10, Beau, had 2 conversions also and number 15,  Jordie, had a sticksplitter of 3, too... along with a grounding by flyer, Ben Lam, sufficient the task of topping Blues at Westpac, 22-12;
2             yellow tickets issued Reds meant the Queensland club were down 1 man, 25% of the match and the Rebels host banked 17 during those intervals of advantage to best their guests, 30-24, in Melbourne; 14 for travelers 10, Bryce Hegarty, on 1-and-4 from the floor;

20           by Crusaders 10, Richie Mo’unga, on 5 conversions and a brace of groundings, plus a hat trick by the flying Sevu Reece made enough  to blow Bulls straight out of Loftus Versfeld and render Los Toros unto second place in the conference after a record of 45-13;

12           by home 10, Josh Ioane, on 3-and-2 struck from his shoe and Highlanders knocked back Jaguares at Forsyth Barr, 32-27; 12, too, by traveling 10, Juan Diaz-Bonilla, on 3-and-2 in the effort in which Los Pumas came up 1 try shy;

2             trys for 9, Brad Weber, the last for the win, and Chiefs got back to winning ways in denying former SA Conference leader, Sharks, a lossless tour, with the 29-23 result; 13 for visitors 10, Curwin Bosch, on 2-and-3 from his tee;

3             for Lions relief 10, Shaun Reynolds, in the 67th minute sufficient to pip Waratahs at Ellis Park, 29-28, as Big Cats roar;

5             try Brumbies got the 5-pointer, blanking SunWolves in Canberra, 33-nil, and moving into topspot on the continent in their progressive process;

Stormers on the bye

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