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Super Rugby week 18 round up

The Super Rugby week 18 matches saw Crusaders, Reds, Chiefs,Hurricanes, Warratahs and Bulls pick wins in their respective matches.
Crusaders rain on Highlanders 45-22
George Bridge scored two tries to give the Crusaders ten points.Richie Mo’unga scored four penalties for twelve points and another four conversions for eight points. Other try scorers include David Havili, Scott Barret and Richie Mo’unga each with a try totalling to fourtyfive points. Highlanders responded by scoring three tries for fifteen points each from Tyrel Lomax, Ben Smith and Waisake Naholo. Lima Sopoaga added the rest seven points four from two conversions and three from one penalty.
Reds astonish Rebels 37-23
Izack Rodda, Filipo Daugunu and Jono Lance each scored a try to give Reds fifteen points. Seven more points to make it twentytwo for the Reds from a penalty try. Jono Lance added fifteen more points nine from three penalties and six from three conversions totalling to thirtyseven points. Rebels scored two tries for ten points from Angus Cottrell and Jack Maddocks.Reece Hodge then added other thirteen points nine from three penalties and four from two penalties making a totall of twentythree.
Chiefs defeat Brumbies 24-19
Nathan Harris, Damian McKenzie and Johnny Faauli scored each a try to earn fifteen points for the Chiefs. Damian McKenzie then scored three conversions for six points and a penalty for three points summing up to a totall of twentyfour points  enough for victory. The Brumbies responded with two tries from Henry Speight for ten points and five more points from a try by Tom Banks. Wharenui Hawera managed to convert  two tries for four more points totalling to nineteen points.
Hurricanes run over Blues 42-24
Ngani Luamape scored four tries for twenty points to Hurricanes advantage. Julian Savea and Beauden each scored a try for ten more points summing to thirty points. Jordie Barret converted all six tries for twelve points to make it a totall of fourty two points. Blues had Rieko Loane scoring two tries for ten points as Akira Loane added one more try for five points making it fifteen points. Stephen Perofeta then converted the three tries for six points and scored a penalty for three points ,earning his team nine more points to make it a totall of twenty four points.
Waratahs walk over Sunwolves 77-25
Israel Folau,Taqele Naiyaravoro and Alex Newsome each scored two tries earning thirty points for Waratahs. Other try scorers are Sekope Kepu, Kurtley Beale, Ned Hanigan, Nick Phipps,Curtis Rona and Michael Wells each scored a try earning thirty more points totalling to sixty points. Bernad Foley then scored seventeen more points three from one penalty and fourteen from seven conversions making a totall of seventyseven points for Waratahs. Sunwolves managed to score three tries two tries for ten points from Akihito Yamada and five more points from a try from Michael Leitch to make it fifteen points. Hayden Parker then added the rest ten points four from two conversions and six from two penalties making it twentyfive.
Bulls manage to defeat Jaguares 43-34
Bulls scored six tries for thirty points courtesy of  John Ben-Kotze, Embrose Papier, Jesse Kriel, Edgar Mrutlulle, Marco van Staden and Jamba Ulengo each with a try. Handre Pollard scored five conversions for another ten more points to make it fourty points he then scored one penalty goal for three points making it a totall of fourtythree points. Jaguares had  five tries for twenty five points, the try scorers were Pablo Matera with two tries and Gonzalo Bertranou with three tries. Nicolas Sanchez then converted three tries for six more points making it  thirty one points. Emilliano Bofelli then scored one penalty goal for three points making it to thirty four point.
Stormers defeat Sharks 27-16.
Stomers managed to beat Sharks twentyseven to sisteen points, Cobus Wiese,EW Viljoen and Raymond Rhule each scored a try for fifteen points. Joshua Stander then added six more points from three conversions before adding six other points from two penalty goals totalling to  twenty seven points. Sharks had  Kobus van Wyk scoring a try for five points. Robert du Preeze then scored three penalty goals for nine other points making it fourteen points before adding two more points from one conversion making it sixteen points.

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