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Saders to beat Sharks by 6-12


  • 14 May 2014
The Crusaders host the Sharks in Christchurch this weekend The Crusaders host the Sharks in Christchurch this weekend

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

HURRICANES vs HIGHLANDERS

Jon Cardinelli: Hurricanes by 9
Gary Lemke: Hurricanes by 9
Mark Salter: Hurricanes by 5
Mark Keohane: Hurricanes by 6
Simon Borchardt: Hurricanes by 3
Ryan Vrede: Hurricanes by 10

CRUSADERS vs SHARKS

Jon Cardinelli: Crusaders by 6
Gary Lemke: Crusaders by 12
Mark Salter: Crusaders by 10
Mark Keohane: Crusaders by 12
Simon Borchardt: Crusaders by 10
Ryan Vrede: Crusaders by 7

REDS vs REBELS

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

STORMERS vs FORCE

Jon Cardinelli: Force by 5
Gary Lemke: Stormers by 4
Mark Salter: Force by 8
Mark Keohane: Force by 2
Simon Borchardt: Force by 3
Ryan Vrede: Force by 5

CHEETAHS vs BRUMBIES

Jon Cardinelli: Brumbies by 6
Gary Lemke: Brumbies by 7
Mark Salter: Brumbies by 10
Mark Keohane: Brumbies by 9
Simon Borchardt: Brumbies by 7
Ryan Vrede: Brumbies by 5

WARATAHS vs LIONS

Jon Cardinelli: Waratahs by 12
Gary Lemke: Waratahs by 8
Mark Salter: Waratahs by 8
Mark Keohane: Waratahs by 12
Simon Borchardt: Waratahs by 12
Ryan Vrede: Waratahs by 12

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Photo: Sabelo Mngoma/BackpagePix

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