Vodacom Stormers 42 Crusaders 14
Vodacom Stormers – Tries: Jaque Fourie (2), Sireli Naqelevuki; Conversions: Peter Grant (3); Penalties: Grant (7).
Crusaders – Tries: Daniel Carter, Colin Slade; Conversions: Carter (2).
Vodacom Bulls 27 The Sharks 19
Vodacom Bulls – Tries: Jacques-Louis Potgieter, Gerhard van den Heever; Conversion: Morne Steyn; Penalties: Steyn (5).
The Sharks – Try: Rory Kockott; Conversion: Kockott; Penalties: Andy Goode (4).
Vodacom Cheetahs 36 Blues 32
Vodacom Cheetahs – Tries: Juan Smith, Jongi Nokwe, Bjorn Basson, Phillip van der Merwe, Waltie Vermeulen; Conversions: Naas Olivier (2), Meyer Bosman (2); Penalty: Olivier.
Blues – Tries: Isaia Toeava, Rene Ranger, Alby Mathewson, Anthony Tuitavake; Conversions: Stephen Brett (3); Penalties: Brett (2).
Auto & General Lions 12 Western Force 33
Auto & General Lions – Penalties: Herkie Kruger (4).
Western Force – Tries: Scott Staniforth, David Hill, Mark Bartholomeusz; Conversions: Hill (3); Penalties: Hill (4).
The Brumbies kept their chances of qualification for the 2010 Vodacom Super 14 semi-finals alive after they defeated the Reds 32-12 in Canberra on Saturday.
The Reds have never recorded an away win against the Brumbies in Super Rugby and were guilty of making numerous handling errors during this match. The hosts scored four tries and gained maximum points from this fixture.
Brumbies – Tries: Ben Alexander (2), Mark Chisholm, Josh Valentine; Conversions. Matt Giteau (3); Penalty: Giteau (2).
Reds – Penalties: Quade Cooper (4).
The Hurricanes are back in the race of a place in the 2010 Vodacom Super 14 semi-finals following their 33-27 victory over the Chiefs in this New Zealand derby played in Wellington on Saturday.
Both teams played exciting attacking rugby in this match which saw the Waikato side and the hosts scoring four tries before the half time break.
Hurricanes – Tries: Ma`a Nonu (2), Cory Jane, Neemia Tialata; Conversions: Aaron Cruden, Piri Weepu; Penalties: Cruden (2), Weepu.
Chiefs – Tries: Jackson Willison, Sona Taumalolo, Tim Nanai-Williams, Liam Messam; Conversions: Callum Bruce (2); Penalty: Bruce.
The Highlanders recorded their third victory in the 2010 Vodacom Super 14 when they defeated the Waratahs 26-10 in Invercargill on Friday.
The defeat kept the Sydney franchise in fifth position on the log. However the Waratahs are now 10 points behind the Vodacom Bulls who are in first position and nine points away from the second placed Vodacom Stormers.
Highlanders – Tries: Adam Thomson (2), Steven Setephano; Conversion: Israel Dagg; Penalties: Matthew Berquist (3).
Waratahs – Try: Kurtley Beale; Conversion: Daniel Halangahu; Penalty: Halangahu.
Source + Pic: sarugby.co.za