The Super Rugby Smartboard

The Round 15 & 16 shenanigans There has been a lot of confusion around the Super Rugby draw over the next few rounds, as they are split over a few weekends. Here is our understanding of how Fox Sports plan to work their fantasy competition over the 2 rounds: Round 15 - The round is divided … Continue reading The Super Rugby Smartboard

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THE CASUALTY WARD RD 11

RETURNED FROM INJURY INTO RD 11: Adam Coleman (Force) – Expected to return from a knee injury as early as Rd10. Jake Gordon (Waratahs) – Rested for Rd 10, Played 40minutes for the Tahs. Tolu Latu (Waratahs) – Started for the Tahs. Piers Francis (Blues) – Started for the Blues. Ash Dixon (Highlanders) – Played … Continue reading THE CASUALTY WARD RD 11

The Casualty Ward Rd 8

Returned from Injury into Round 8: Kieran Read (Crusaders) – A massive return for the All Blacks captain. 66 minutes off the bat helped him produce 1 Try, 12 Runs for 76 metres, 7 Tackle breaks, 2 Offloads, 1 Linebreak, 1 Linebreak Create, 4 Lineout Takes, 2 Tackles for 66 points Richie Mo’unga (Crusaders) – Mo'unga didn't … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 8

The Casualty Ward Rd 7

Round Seven Returned from Injury into Round 7: Toni Pulu (Chiefs) - Was the standout player to return from injury this week, running in 100 metres and busting 5 tackles on the way to bagging himself a brace of tries (62 points). Sonny Bill Williams (Blues) – Demonstrated some of his characteristic flare, running 50 metres, breaking … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 7

The Casualty Ward Rd 6

Round Six Returned from Injury into Round 6: Cheslin Kolbe (Stormers) - looked good after returning from an ankle injury. He not only played a hand in a try but he also made a try saving tackle. Jano Vermaak (Stormers) - failed to make an impact on his return from a calf injury due to … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 6