Samu Kerevi continued his sparkling Super Rugby season for the Queensland Reds as he inspired them to a 21-14 away win over the Sharks on Friday.
We've reached the halfway point of the 2019 Super Rugby season. The Crusaders are clear at the top, but the chasing pack is not small in size. We review your team's progress here!
All eyes will be on the Waratahs as they take to the field without Israel Folau for the first time since his controversial Instagram post, while round 10 is also highlighted by a New Zealand derby.
Former Wallabies and Queensland Reds captain James Horwill has announced his retirement after more than a decade of professional rugby.
Queensland Reds have made a rough start to their two-match South African road trip after falling 32-17 to the Bulls in Pretoria.
All four Australian Super Rugby head coaches have been locked in for next year, with Brad Thorn agreeing to a one-season extension at the Queensland Reds.
Super Rugby round 9 is highlighted by the Blues playing for their fifth consecutive win as they look firmly placed in the playoff race, while the Reds go on tour and the Sharks aim to solidify their place at the top of their conference.
NSW have won back-to-back Super W crowns with a thrilling 8-5 victory over arch-rivals Queensland in the 2019 title decider in Sydney.
The Reds have improved to 3-4 this Super Rugby season following their 24-12 victory over the Stormers in Brisbane.
After last year's thrilling overtime Waratahs win, expect fireworks again this weekend as the Queensland Reds take a second crack at claiming a Super W title when they take on the reigning champion.
In an emotionally-charged match, the Crusaders return to Christchurch for the first time since a terror attack that killed 50 people. This week the side are determined to bring hope to the community, while, the Rebels are wary of a once quiet beast.
Super Rugby round 8 is highlighted by the Crusaders returning home for the first time since the Christchurch terror attacks to take on the Brumbies, in what is sure to be an emotional night.
It may not quite be a dirty word like "rotation" was during Mickey Arthur's stint as Australia cricket coach, but Rugby World Cup-aiding "rest weeks" are fast becoming a key factor in this year's Super Rugby competition.
Melbourne playmaker Quade Cooper has enjoyed a victorious return with a leading role in the Rebels' dominant Super Rugby win over Queensland.
The night has finally arrived. Quade Cooper returns to Suncorp Stadium with a point to prove to Brad Thorn while, in Wellington, the biggest All Blacks debate from 2018 again rears its head.
Super Rugby round 7 is highlighted by the Crusaders looking to bounce back from their shock loss in a New Zealand derby, while the Reds play host to the Rebels who return from their South Africa trip.
The Reds hit their straps with a strong 36-14 bonus point win over the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.
They're two of Australia's in-form players and Samu Kerevi and Tevita Kuridrani will face off at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday, but can they be Wallabies midfield teammates? Meanwhile, an emotional night at the SCG awaits.
Super Rugby Round 6 is highlighted by a rare Sunday afternoon fixture while the SCG surface will again take centre stage in Sydney. Follow the team lists as they're announced here.
A second-half comeback has driven the Queensland Reds to a thrilling 34-31 Super Rugby win over the Sunwolves in Tokyo.
Still without a win, the universe has seemingly conspired to make the Reds' trip to Tokyo even tougher than it looked just a few days ago. Meanwhile in Dunedin, we can sniff a Southern Derby upset.
Can the Reds and Chiefs finally get a win in Super Rugby? They have tough assignments in Round 5 while the Southern Derby looms large on Saturday. Full squad lists here.
Goodness gracious, Will Genia's still got it. After a poor finish to 2018, the Rebels halfback is seemingly back to his best. Meanwhile, are the All Blacks inching closer to a Ngani Laumape-Jack Goodhue midfield combination?
The NSW Waratahs have retained interstate bragging rights with a 10th-straight Super Rugby triumph over the Queensland Reds.
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- QLD7thTRIES SCORED 1st Crusaders : 40 Tries ScoredCRUS1st2840
- QLD9thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Crusaders : 121 Points DifferenceCRUS1st-16121