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Sharks to beat Highlanders by 6-16


  • 23 Apr 2014
The Highlanders beat the Sharks 25-22 in Dunedin last year The Highlanders beat the Sharks 25-22 in Dunedin last year

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 WARATAHS

Mark Salter: Waratahs by 6
Simon Borchardt: Waratahs by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Waratahs by 10
Gary Lemke: Blues by 4
Mark Keohane: Waratahs by 7

BRUMBIES vs CHIEFS

Mark Salter: Brumbies by 5
Simon Borchardt: Brumbies by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Chiefs by 3
Gary Lemke: Chiefs by 3
Mark Keohane: Brumbies by 5

SHARKS vs HIGHLANDERS

Mark Salter: Sharks by 10
Simon Borchardt: Sharks by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Sharks by 6
Gary Lemke: Sharks by 16
Mark Keohane: Sharks by 10

HURRICANES vs REDS

Mark Salter: Hurricanes by 8
Simon Borchardt: Hurricanes by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Hurricanes by 12
Gary Lemke: Hurricanes by 6
Mark Keohane: Hurricanes by 5

FORCE vs BULLS

Mark Salter: Force by 10
Simon Borchardt: Force by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Force by 6
Gary Lemke: Bulls by 2
Mark Keohane: Bulls by 7

CHEETAHS vs STORMERS

Mark Salter: Stormers by 6
Simon Borchardt: Cheetahs by 4
Jon Cardinelli: Cheetahs by 5
Gary Lemke: Stormers by 7
Mark Keohane: Cheetahs by 3

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Photo: Rob Jefferies/Photosport.co.nz

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