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Sharks to edge Bulls by 5-12


  • 19 Mar 2014
The Sharks beat the Bulls by 15 points in round one of Super Rugby The Sharks beat the Bulls by 15 points in round one of Super Rugby

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

HIGHLANDERS vs HURRICANES

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

WARATAHS vs REBELS

Simon Borchardt: Waratahs by 12
Jon Cardinelli: Waratahs by 7
Gary Lemke: Waratahs by 14
Mark Salter: Waratahs by 8
Mark Keohane: Waratahs by 15
Ryan Vrede: Waratahs by 7

BLUES vs CHEETAHS

Simon Borchardt: Blues by 15
Jon Cardinelli: Blues by 10
Gary Lemke: Blues by 11
Mark Salter: Blues by 6
Mark Keohane: Blues by 10
Ryan Vrede: Blues by 3

BRUMBIES vs STORMERS

Simon Borchardt: Brumbies by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Brumbies by 3
Gary Lemke: Brumbies by 6
Mark Salter: Brumbies by 2
Mark Keohane: Brumbies by 7
Ryan Vrede: Brumbies by 7

FORCE vs CHIEFS

Simon Borchardt: Chiefs by 7
Jon Cardinelli: Chiefs by 8
Gary Lemke: Chiefs by 7
Mark Salter: Chiefs by 6
Mark Keohane: Chiefs by 10
Ryan Vrede: Chiefs by 8

LIONS vs REDS

Simon Borchardt: Reds by 5
Jon Cardinelli: Reds by 6
Gary Lemke: Reds by 12
Mark Salter: Reds by 2
Mark Keohane: Reds by 5
Ryan Vrede: Lions by 3

BULLS vs SHARKS

Simon Borchardt: Sharks by 7
Jon Cardinelli: Sharks by 6
Gary Lemke: Sharks by 8
Mark Salter: Sharks by 5
Mark Keohane: Sharks by 7
Ryan Vrede: Sharks by 12
 

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Photo: Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix

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