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Thursday, March 02, 2017

Super Rugby 2017 - Round 2 Highlights

Round two of Super Rugby started with an upset as the Western Force got one over the Reds, beating them 26-19 in Perth despite the visiting side's winger scoring a hat-trick. We will add highlights from each game shortly after they are played this weekend.

All highlights now up to date

Cheetahs vs Bulls

The Cheetahs bounced back from last weekend's narrow defeat to the Lions by beating the Bulls 34-28 at Free State Stadium on Saturday.

Stormers vs Jaguares

A late try from SP Marais secured a 32-25 win for the Stormers over the Jaguares in a see-sawing contest at Newlands

Lions vs Waratahs

The Lions made it two wins from two in Super Rugby this season as they saw off the Waratahs 55-36 with a bonus-point on Saturday.

Sunwolves vs Southern Kings

The Kings claimed their first win of the Super Rugby season with a 37-23 victory over the Sunwolves in Singapore on Saturday.

Brumbies vs Sharks

The Sharks won their first game on tour when they scored a dramatic late try to beat the Brumbies 27-22 in Canberra on Saturday.

Highlanders vs Crusaders

The Crusaders stunned the Highlanders in Dunedin when they turned around a 6-27 deficit in the second half to win 30-27.

Hurricanes vs Rebels

The Hurricanes pummelled the hapless Rebels 71-6 after scoring 11 tries in Wellington including 40 points in the second half.

Chiefs vs Blues

The Chiefs scored some sensational tries, six in total, as they shot out to a 41-9 lead before the Blues put up a bit of a fight to bring the score back to 41-26. The Blues were not helped by the loss of Steven Luatua to a red card midway through the game.

Western Force vs Reds

Queensland Reds winger Eto Nabuli scored a hat-trick of tries, but it was not enough to stop his side suffering a 26-19 Super Rugby loss to the Western Force at nib Stadium on Thursday night.

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