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Super Rugby week 15 round up

The 2018 Super Rugby season reached round 15 starting Friday 25 to Saturday 26 May. 
Here is a round up of the action from the seven matches across the conferences.
Crusaders defeat Hurricanes 24-13
Crusaders continued with their impresive winning ways after defeating Hurricanes twenty four to thirteen at Christchurch on Friday.
Scott Barrett, Michael Alaalatoa and Bedwell-Curtis scored a try each to give Crusaders fifteen points. Richie Mo’unga scored three conversions to add six more points. He also scored one penalty to top the three points that made Crusaders earn twentyfour points. The Hurricanes managed only one try from Reed Prinsep that made them have five points. Beauden Barret added two points to make it seven after converting the try. He also scored one penalty to add three points making it ten points, Jordie Barrett added the last three points after scoring a penalty thus totalling to thirteen points.
Jaguares demolish Sharks 29-13
Jaguares ones more attained another victory after defeating Sharks twenty nine to thirteen in Buenos Aires on Friday.
Ramiro Moyano led his team to victory scoring three tries to earn fifteen straight points. Bautista Delguy made it twenty after scoring another try. Nicolas Sanchez added the remaining nine points three points from one penalty and six points from three conversions. Sharks had Ruan Botha scoring the only try earning them five points, Daniel Du Preez added the rest eight points to make a totall of thirteen points for the Sharks after succcessfull converting the try adding two points and six more points from two penalties.
Chiefs defeat Waratahs 39-27
Chiefs impresively had a great comeback to take the lead and defeat Waratahs at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday.
Damian McKenzie and Toni Pulu both scored two tries each making it twenty points. Other Chief’s try scorers were Brodie Rettallick and Nathan Harris each with a try adding ten more points to make it thirty points. Damian McKenzie added the rest nine points three from one penalty and six points from three conversions. Waratahs responded by scoring three tries,each  from Cam Clark, Curtis Rona and Kurtelay Beale earning them fifteen points. Bernad Foley went ahead to score two penalties earning six points and six other points from converting the three tries totalling to twentyseven points.
Rebels demolish Sunwolves 40-13.
Rebels had a fantastic day defeating Sunwolves fourty to thirteen on friday at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Marika Koroibete led his team towards victory scoring three tries to earn fifteen points for the Rebels, Jack Maddocks added ten more points after scoring two more tries. Amanaki Mafi added five other points to make it thirty points after scoring one try. Reece Hodge converted five tries to add ten more points for his team summing up to fourty points for the Rebels. Sunwolves managed one try from Lomano Lova Lemeki to earn five points. Hayden Parker added the remaining eight points to make it thirteen after scoring to penalties for six points and one conversion for two points.
Highlanders win narrowly against Reds 18-15
Highlanders were able to earn a victory over Reds at Suncorp stadium on Saturday.
Brandon Paenga-Amosa and Hamish Stewart each scored a try for the Reds to earn ten points, which was then toped to fifteen points after John Lance scored a penalty for three points and a conversion for two points. The Highlanders also scored two tries to earn ten points each try from Tevita Li and Liam Squire. Lima Sopoaga saw his team to victory after scoring two penalties to make it sixteen points and then two other points from a conversion to make it eighteen points.
Bulls fall to Brumbies 28-38
Bulls suffered a big loss before the Brumbies at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday.
Bulls managed  fiteen points from three tries scored by Handre Pollard, Roelof Smit and Johnny Kotze. Handre Pollard then added four more points after converting two tries making it to nineteen points. He then three penalty goals to earn nine more points totalling to twentyeight. The powerfull Brumbies earned twentyfive points from five tries scored by Kyle Godwin, Lachlan McCaffrey, Folau Fainga’a, Tom Banks and Andy Muirhead. Christian Laeliifano converted three tries to add six points making it thirtyone. He also scored a penalty for three points adding to thirty four. The rest four points were earned by Wharenui Hawera after successfully converting two tries fo four points.
Lions defeat Stormers 26-23
Lions played a fantastic match to emerge victorious over the Stormers in Newlands Capetown on Saturday.
Dewalt Duvenage and Raymond Rhule each scored a try to have ten points for the Stormers, Jean Luc du Plessis added the other thirteen points after scoring three penalty goals for nine points and converting the two tries for four points totalling to twentythree. The Lions had Corne Fourie scoring two tries to earn ten points and Elton Jantjies converting  three tries for six points. Other try scores include Nic Groom and Madosh Tambwe each with a try totalling to twenty six points.

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