It’s played fifth and last date of the Trans-Tasman Super Rugby and define who will play the final. Highlanders brought a victory from Canberra before Brumbies, was first with 23 points and a difference of so many of +103. In the other party Hurricanes beat Reds 43-14 and wait for an australian hand, since if they lose Crusaders and Blues it would play the end.
The Saturday Crusaders (+71) must beat Rebels by 32 points difference to get a place in the definition. You can see the game from the 1.35 live on ESPN Extra. For his part Blues (19 pts. +109), if he beats Western Force, he will be a finalist and you can see the actions in delayed at 8:45 on ESPN 2. By last, Waratahs receives Chiefs at 6:40 am live on ESPN 2.
BRUMBIES 12-33 HIGHLANDERS (Friday)
They went to the Gio Stadium in Canberra and won. Now it will only depend on the strength that Rebels can do to Crusaders. The mountaineers took the victory in a match in which they were only able to accumulate a difference in complement. The winning tries came with Aaron Smith as the flag, as the scrum half scored 2 wins. Ash Dixon, Billy Harmon and Sio Tomkinson completed in the ingoal. Mitch Hunt made 4 conversions. For the locals, Len Ikitau and Lachlan Lonergan arrived at the try and Bayley Kuenzie made 1 conversion.
HURRICANES 43-14 REDS (Friday)
The yellows closed the regular stage with a tournament victory and a bittersweet taste of the defeat the previous date against Brumbies that left him with little margin to obtain a place in the final. In Wellington he did what he had to do: win, and hope that the results are favorable for an eventual classification. Ngani Laumape, Ruben Love, Dane Coles (2), Devan Flanders and a penalty try contributed to the win and Jordie Barrett signed 4 conversions and 1 penalty. For those from Queensland there were tries by Tate Mcdermott and Brandon Paenga Amosa, while Bryce Hegarty was in charge of the 2 conversions.