Super Rugby teams (Round 5)

Take a look at who is playing this weekend before you make your Superbru and Fantasy League picks.

Wales hold off France

Wales withstood a second-half onslaught to beat France 14-13 at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS

Lions build on lead

The Lions are now 10 log points ahead of the second-best team – the Stormers – in the South African conference standings, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Highlights: Lions vs Sunwolves

The hosts scored six tries in their 40-38 win at Ellis Park.

Highlights: England vs Ireland

Ireland claimed a Grand Slam with a 24-15 win at Twickenham.

Lions survive Sunwolves scare

The Lions required two tries in the final quarter to claim an unconvincing 40-38 win over the Sunwolves at Ellis Park on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Grand Slam glory for impressive Ireland

Ireland completed a Six Nations Grand Slam with a 24-15 win against England at Twickenham on Saturday. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Highlights: Stormers vs Blues

The Stormers scored four tries in their 37-20 win at Newlands.

Highlights: Italy vs Scotland

A late penalty gave the visitors a 29-27 win in Rome.

Stormers bully Blues

EW Viljoen scored a brace as the Stormers powered their way to a 37-20 win over the Blues in Cape Town on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Scotland snatch late win

Scotland came back from a 24-12 deficit to break Italian hearts and win 29-27 in Rome on Saturday. DYLAN JACK reports.

Highlights: Brumbies vs Sharks

Both sides scored two tries as the hosts won 24-17 in Canberra.

Brumbies punish scrappy Sharks

Wharenui Hawera contributed 14 points via the boot as the Brumbies claimed a 24-17 win over the ill-disciplined Sharks in Canberra on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Selborne make winning start to season

Selborne College beat Stirling High 31-10 at the annual Border Rugby Day on Saturday, while there were also wins for Dale College and Queen's College. DYAN JACK reports.

Highlights: Highlanders vs Crusaders

The hosts scored three tries in their 25-17 win in Dunedin.

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