A duel of fire between the Hurricanes and the Blues in Wellington. In Australia, he simply started a heart attack in Brisbane between the Reds and the rebels
Last Saturday ended the first day of Super Rugby Aotearoa’s play, after the Crusaders beat the Highlanders, with a match between the Hurricanes and the Blues. In Wellington, the match started with fire, with the Blues shooting straight on goal with Papale as a gift from the Hurricanes, but they are able to respond with the personal rush of prostitute Omoa. At the end of the break then, despite the numerical inferiority, the hosts were able to overtake and stretch with two placed Jordy Barrett at halftime 11-7. But in the second half, the Blues led by excellent Aotri Black scored twice on the spot with Clarke and Peruvita, before Omoa re-opened the game at 16 to 21. With Rieko Ioane escaping for half the bonus. It ends on the 31st to the 16th. Here is the video with the highlights of the race:
Let’s move on to Super Rugby AU, which has arrived on day two. The classic confrontation between the Brumbies and the Warathas, which nevertheless turned into a massacre. At Jiu Stadium, the hosts started strong immediately with three attempts (Valetini, Hansen, Lolesio) in the first half hour, so there was the only fire ‘Tahs with Johnson Holmes’ breakthrough. 26 to 10 at the break, which then became 61 to 10 in End As in the second half, the Brumbies found five more attempts: two for Hansen, then White, Lonegan and Banks.
The challenge between the Reds and the Rebels is more balanced and fun. The first inning just moves through the pose, with two O’Connor on one side and the four of Toomua on the other. In the second half, the Reds made up for it with Mafi’s attempt in the 48th minute, but Tomoa and Hodge put the visitors ahead 21-16 in the final. After the risk of suffering from a catastrophic goal, “Potterino” saves him with a centimeter, the Rebels struggled in goal 78 from Maffei, which put the Reds 23-21 ahead. The final action and final suspense, with the wrong penalty from Toomua confirming the hosts’ success.
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