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    SUPER 14 RUGBY 2010: Week 3


    by RuggaChick

    325 views RUGBY: SUPER 14 2010 Highlights Week 1 Sharks vs Crusaders We kicked off the weekend with the Sharks and the Crusaders. All Blacks Captain Richie Macaw makes his return to the Crusaders, whilst the Sharks Captain John Smith spent most of his time in the blood bin. It went all wrong for the Sharks! A high tackle on Carter landed them in trouble and Dan just punished them with his famous boot, claiming the Win for the Crusaders. Stormers vs Brumbies At Newlands the Stormers seemed to go of their rails a bit by not sticking to their game plan. They played badly and all those knock on’s and dropped passes cost them the game. Pietersen and Giteau had a good kicking contest, but with Giteau dominating and the adding try from Smith clinched the victory for the Brumbies . Hurricanes vs Lions Oh no the Lions could’t succeed again they were simply outplayed and outscored by the Hurricanes in Wellington. The Hurricanes picked up a yellow card though, but it didn’t stop them to ease past the Lions and walk away with a win and a bonus point. Reds vs Blues The Reds just couldn’t make it two in a row. Their new “free” playing style just wasn’t good enough to hold off the Blues. Stehpen Brett had a fantastic game, but in the end the late try from Wulf sealed the deal for the Blues. Force vs Chiefs It’s was interesting to see what the Chiefs would come up with after all those yellow cards last week, but No worries the Chiefs are on a roll, smashing the Force in Perth. The Force on the other hand are in trouble, suffering their third straight loss! Cheetahs vs Highlanders The Ceetahs struggled to get a back to back win. In Bloemfontein the Highlanders brought them a game and with both teams scoring some excellent tries, the Highlanders walk away with the win. Bulls vs Waratahs The last game of the weekend was at Loftus and the atmosphere in the stadium was electric. The home side was caught of side with the Waratahs scoring two quick tries in the first 10 min. The Bulls had the home crowd ...