|83%||Kick Percent Success||100%|
|16||Kicks From Hand||19|
|41% / 64%||Possession 1H/2H||59% / 36%|
|36% / 72%||Territory 1H/2H||64% / 28%|
|90 / 95 (94%)||Rucks Won||81 / 85 (95%)|
|2 / 3 (66%)||Mauls Won||3 / 4 (75%)|
|1||Total Free Kicks Conceded||0|
Last week saw the competition come to life with some impressive performances. This week, we'll be hoping for more of the same as the Force look for their first win, while the Rebels aim to keep the winning streak going.
Super Rugby Aotearoa's blockbuster finale is at risk of being played within an empty stadium or even not at all after New Zealand reintroduced restrictions following a COVID-19 breakout in Auckland.
Rugby Australia interim CEO Rob Clarke announced the formal part of the broadcast process has begun as RA attempt to seal the code's broadcast future, as D-day looms for New Zealand Rugby's inclusion in a trans-Tasman competition.
Brad Thorn didn't want to judge his Reds side too severely after Saturday's loss to the Waratahs because of the sudden death of Jordan Petaia's father. But he also knows they must be stronger mentally if they are to achieve their potential.
There is no break dancing, yet. But while Crusaders coach Scott Robertson has put his moves on hold for seven days, his side's latest triumph will have many in New Zealand again asking why he wasn't given the All Blacks job.
The Crusaders weren't at their best on Sunday, yet they underlined their status as a champion by fighting back to defeat the Highlanders and claim the inaugural Super Rugby Aotearoa trophy.