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15dSam Bruce

The run home: Predicting the final weeks of Super Rugby Pacific

Super Rugby Pacific has three clear front-runners, but even the make-up of the top two remains up in the air. The final make-up of the top eight also looks likely to change over the coming weeks. We break it all down here.

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16dBrittany Mitchell

Hooper buoyed by Super results but wary of England dominance

As the Wallabies edge towards their 2022 Test season, captain Michael Hooper says he's been buoyed by Australia's trans-Tasman results during Super Rugby Pacific in recent weeks but also remains grounded ahead of the England series in July.

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Super Crusaders crush Force in Perth

The benchmark Brumbies have restored some pride to Australian rugby with a pivotal 38-28 win over the Chiefs in Hamilton.

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30dESPN staff

Real or Not: Reds star McReight must get some Wallabies minutes

The Wallabies must find some minutes for Fraser McReight this year. The Waratahs can bounce back from a poor showing at Super Round to worry the Crusaders. The Super Rugby Pacific finals series is the right format. It's Rugby Real or Not.

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Super W: Drua's clean sweep, Waratahs cruise

Fijiana Drua have unveiled another weapon in their armoury as they completed a clean sweep of their regular season Super W matches with a 17-7 win over the Brumbies in Brisbane.

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48dAAP

Rebels beat Force in one-point thriller

The Melbourne Rebels have overcome a red card to centre Ray Nu'u to post a gutsy 22-21 win over Western Force at HBF Park in Perth.

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Reds thump Rebels; Fijiana end Tahs' streak

The Queensland Reds have celebrated an historic Super W night in style, beating the Melbourne Rebels 55-5 in front of a host of former players.

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Cron embracing Forrest's lofty Force ambition

Incoming Western Force coach Simon Cron says he wouldn't have bothered jumping on board with the Perth-based franchise if it wasn't for the lofty ambitions of billionaire owner Andrew Forrest.

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Banks sent off but Brumbies edge Force

Brumbies fullback Tom Banks was handed a controversial red card and sent off to hospital with a suspected fractured cheekbone in his team's thrilling 39-38 win over the Western Force in Perth.

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69dAAP

Kuenzle kick lifts Force to Drua Super win

The Western Force have snatched victory against the Fijian Drua, kicking a penalty after the fulltime siren to claim a 20-18 win in their Super Rugby Pacific clash in Sydney.

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Super W R2 wrap: Tahs finish over top of Force

NSW Waratahs joined the Fijiana Drua as the only unbeaten teams in Super W after two rounds, the defending champions ensuring their amazing streak continued with a gritty win over the Force.

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O'Connor stars as Reds beat Force in Perth

Stand-in captain James O'Connor has produced a playmaking masterclass to lead the injury-hit Queensland Reds to a 29-16 win over the Western Force in Perth.

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84dBrittany Mitchell

Each Super W Team's Player to Watch

In the biggest year for Australian women's rugby, Super W gives us a chance to see Australia's best as they put their hands up for Wallaroos selection. As we countdown to season kick-off, we look at the players you need to keep your eye on this year.

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84dBrittany Mitchell

Force to pay Super W players

Western Force have become just the second Super W team to confirm they will be paying their players for the 2022 season after the Melbourne Rebels made a similar announcement at the end of 2021.

2022 RankingsSuper Rugby Pacific

  • FORCE8th
    Tries Scored 1st Blues : 62 Tries Scored
    BLUES1st
    39
    62
  • FORCE9th
    Points Difference 1st Crusaders : 189 Points Difference
    CRUS1st
    -122
    189