What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the 10th round of Vodacom Super Rugby, according to SIMON BORCHARDT.


Missed kick costs Cheetahs

Cheetahs flyhalf Joe Pietersen missed a last-minute penalty to hand the Reds a narrow 18-17 victory in Bloemfontein, writes RYAN VREDE.


Pollard puts boot into Sharks

The Vodacom Bulls' superior tactical-kicking performance earned them a massive 17-10 win over the Sharks at Kings Park on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Stormers hang on in Perth

The Stormers were poor but still too good for the Force in their 13-6 win in Perth on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Green Machine crush College

Ilunga Mukendi scored a hat-trick as Glenwood thrashed Maritzburg College 57-12 in their Mutual & Federal Interschools clash at Kings Park on Saturday.


Sergeal floors Kings

Sergeal Petersen's brace helped the Free State XV to a 50-45 win over the EP Kings in Bloemfontein on Saturday, while WP, Griquas and Namibia's Welwitschias also won.


Rebels shock Brumbies

The Rebels ended the Brumbies' 11-match winning streak in Canberra with a 13-8 victory, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Highlanders hold off brave Blues

The Highlanders beat the Blues 30-24 in Dunedin on Saturday having led 24-0 at the break. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.


Waratahs end Canes’ winning run

Peter Betham scored two tries as the Waratahs claimed a 29-24 bonus-point win against the Hurricanes in Wellington on Saturday.


Clermont edge Sarries to reach final

Clermont beat Saracens 13-9 in their European Champions Cup semi-final in Saint-Etienne on Saturday.


Clinical Chiefs dismantle Crusaders

The Chiefs landed a critical blow to the Crusaders play-off aspirations with a clinical 26-9 victory in Christchurch. BRENTON CHELIN reports.


Roos steers Pumas past Leopards

JC Roos scored 21 points as the Pumas beat the Leopards XV 31-23 in Potchestroom on Friday, while there were also wins for the Blue Bulls and SWD Eagles.

 


Preview: Maritzburg vs Glenwood (2015)

SuperSport looks ahead to the Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools match at Kings Park on Saturday.


Bank on Bulls to shut down Sharks

THE MONEY MAN will be putting R1,000 down on the Vodacom Bulls to beat the Sharks at Kings Park on Saturday.


The WrapAround (Week 10)

Rugby HQ's Sean Maloney takes a look at the wild and wacky from the world of rugby.


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