Super Rugby Pacific: Blues beat Hurricanes and are the only leader

Super Rugby Pacific: Blues beat Hurricanes and are the only leader
Super Rugby Pacific: Blues beat Hurricanes and are the only leader

May 11, 2024, 08:47 ET

The date 12 of Super Rugby Pacific leave it to Blues as the leader of the competition after the victory over Hurricanes in Eden Park by 31-27. For its part, Highlanders did the same before Crusaders 32-29 and Burmbies surpassed as a visitor Waratahs in a rainy day by 29-21.

Friday’s day had begun with the stupendous win by Chiefs by 43-7 versus Moana Pasifika and with the triumph of Reds in the Australian derby against Rebelsby 26-22. I lived the entire Super Rugby Pacific by Star+.

BLUES 31-27 HURRICANES (Saturday)

Blues became strong in Eden Park to take an important victory against Hurricanes that he could have won it if Brett Cameron he would have hit two kicks during the match. Bryce Heem, Cole Forbes, Mark Tele’a and Angus Ta’avao were the authors for the cast of Auckland added the 11 points from Harry Plummer. Besides, TJ Perenara scored his 64th try, stretching his record even further and discounted with Brad Shields, Joshua Moorby and Peter Lakai. Finally, Jordie Barrett He contributed two conversions and a penalty.


Cameron Miller was the star in Forsyth Barr with 27 points during the meeting before Crusaders. With six penalties, a try and two conversions he gave a fundamental victory to the locals, who had Martín Bogado, heading into the playoffs. Besides, Tanielu Tele’a contributed his five points for the franchise Dunedin. While Sevu Reece discounted with a double, Dallas McLeod and Macca Springer They shortened the result.

WARATAHS 21-29 (Saturday)

On a very rainy afternoon, Brumbies knew how to find victory over the end with the pick & go of Sefo Kautai versus Waratahs. Besides, Len Ikitau, Rob Valetini and Charlie Cale added their tries in the victory of the cast of Canberra. For its part, Jake Gordon, Joey Walton and Tane Edmed deducted for the franchise Sydney.


Without Damian McKenzie, Chiefs He continued with his winning ways and added his third consecutive victory (eighth in the season) by beating with authority Moana Pasifika in it Mt Smart Auckland. The set of Waikato won by tries Quinn Tupaea, Josh Jacomb, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Anton Lienert-Brown, Simon Parker, Luke Jacobson and Liam Coombes-Fablingwhile Anzelo Tuitavuki discounted near the end.

REDS 26-22 REBELS (Friday)

After the resounding victory against Crusaders in Christchurch, Reds celebrated a new victory at home against Rebels and settled in fifth place to allow himself to aim for a place in the play offs in Brisbane. In a very balanced match, the homeowner hit for Matt Faessler, Fraser McReight, Jock Campbell and Tim Ryan and those of Melbourne responded with the signatures of Andrew Kellaway, Sam Talakai and Maciu Nabolakasi. Sixth celebration in the contest for James O’Connor and company.

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