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Super Rugby news from Monday, June 26, 2017

Super Rugby news from Sunday, June 25, 2017

- Hurricanes Super Rugby head coach Chris Boyd has included All Blacks backs Julian Savea, Jordie Barrett and Ngani Laumape in his team to play the British & Irish Lions. The trio will return to their club colours for an historic match that will be played at a sold out Westpac Stadium on Tuesday. The Hurricanes [?]The post Hurricanes start Savea against British & Irish Lions appeared first on Super

Super Rugby news from Saturday, June 24, 2017

- ? Warrington 24-16 Catalans? Qualifiers loom for Catalans as McNamara oversees team?s eighth loss in nineSteve McNamara had the size of the challenge facing him as Catalans coach brutally spelled out here. His first match in charge ended in defeat to fellow strugglers Warrington, who kept alive their hopes of avoiding the Qualifiers with their sixth victory of the season. Related: Castleford come

Super Rugby news from Friday, June 23, 2017

- ? Leeds 12-23 Castleford? Former Rhino Zak Hardaker shines as Tigers complete comebackCastleford extended their lead at the Super League summit to seven points with yet another endearing display of their title credentials, this time with victory against third-placed local rivals Leeds.The Tigers have held the Indian sign over Leeds in recent years, and this victory, their eighth in a row in Super

Super Rugby news from Thursday, June 22, 2017

- ? Widnes 36-10 Leigh? Two tries apiece from Houston and Corey Thompson help side to victoryWidnes kept their hopes of a top eight finish alive following a well-earned victory against Leigh which moved them off the bottom of the Super League table at the expense of the Centurions. Related: Warrington fight to stay in Super League a year after contesting the Grand Final Continue reading...

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