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Chiefs to beat Lions by 10-19


  • 30 Apr 2014
The Chiefs hosts the Lions in Hamilton on Saturday The Chiefs hosts the Lions in Hamilton on Saturday

Before you make your SuperBru picks for this weekend's Super Rugby matches, take a look at the SA Rugby magazine team's predictions.

BLUES vs REDS

Mark Salter: Blues by 10
Simon Borchardt: Blues by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Reds by 3
Gary Lemke: Blues by 8
Ryan Vrede: Reds by 7
Mark Keohane: Blues by 10

REBELS vs SHARKS

Mark Salter: Sharks by 6
Simon Borchardt: Sharks by 6
Jon Cardinelli: Sharks by 5
Gary Lemke: Sharks by 2
Ryan Vrede: Rebels by 3
Mark Keohane: Sharks by 7

CRUSADERS vs BRUMBIES

Mark Salter: Crusaders by 6
Simon Borchardt: Brumbies by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Crusaders by 7
Gary Lemke: Crusaders by 5
Ryan Vrede: Crusaders by 5
Mark Keohane: Crusaders by 3

CHIEFS vs LIONS

Mark Salter: Chiefs by 11
Simon Borchardt: Chiefs by 12
Jon Cardinelli: Chiefs by 10
Gary Lemke: Chiefs by 19
Ryan Vrede: Chiefs by 15
Mark Keohane: Chiefs by 15

WARATAHS vs HURRICANES

Mark Salter: Hurricanes by 4
Simon Borchardt: Hurricanes by 5
Jon Cardinelli: Hurricanes by 3
Gary Lemke: Waratahs by 7
Ryan Vrede: Hurricanes by 5
Mark Keohane: Waratahs by 5

STORMERS vs HIGHLANDERS

Mark Salter: Highlanders by 6
Simon Borchardt: Highlanders by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Highlanders by 5
Gary Lemke: Stormers by 4
Ryan Vrede: Stormers by 2
Mark Keohane: Highlanders by 7

BULLS vs CHEETAHS

Mark Salter: Cheetahs 8
Simon Borchardt: Bulls by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Bulls by 3
Gary Lemke: Bulls by 7
Ryan Vrede: Bulls by 5
Mark Keohane: Bulls by 10

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Photo: Au-Yeung/photosport.co.nz

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