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Sharks to win by 6-15


  • 13 Mar 2014
Charl McLeod is tackled by his opposite number Will Genia Charl McLeod is tackled by his opposite number Will Genia

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

CHIEFS vs STORMERS

Simon Borchardt: Chiefs by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Chiefs by 9
Ryan Vrede: Chiefs by 10
Gary Lemke: Chiefs by 6
Mark Salter: Chiefs by 10
Mark Keohane: Chiefs by 7

REBELS vs CRUSADERS

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

HURRICANES vs CHEETAHS

Simon Borchardt: Hurricanes by 3
Jon Cardinelli: Hurricanes by 3
Ryan Vrede: Cheetahs by 5
Gary Lemke: Hurricanes by 8
Mark Salter: Cheetahs by 2
Mark Keohane: Hurricanes by 10

HIGHLANDERS vs FORCE

Simon Borchardt: Highlanders by 5
Jon Cardinelli: Highlanders by 5
Ryan Vrede: Highlanders by 2
Gary Lemke: Highlanders by 11
Mark Salter: Highlanders by 5
Mark Keohane: Highlanders by 15

BRUMBIES vs WARATAHS

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

LIONS vs BLUES

Simon Borchardt: Blues by 5
Jon Cardinelli: Lions by 6
Ryan Vrede: Lions by 5
Gary Lemke: Blues by 4
Mark Salter: Lions by 8
Mark Keohane: Blues by 7

SHARKS vs REDS

Simon Borchardt: Sharks by 8
Jon Cardinelli: Sharks by 7
Ryan Vrede: Sharks by 15
Gary Lemke: Sharks by 13
Mark Salter: Sharks by 6
Mark Keohane: Sharks by 7

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Photo: Steven Hight/Photosport

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