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New South Wales Waratahs' Adam Ashley-Cooper skips past Liam Gill
New South Wales Waratahs' Adam Ashley-Cooper skips past Liam Gill, Queensland Reds v New South Wales Waratahs, Super Rugby, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, July 12, 2014 © Getty Images
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  • Australian P W D L Pts
  • Waratahs 16 12 0 4 58
  • Brumbies 16 10 0 6 45
  • Force 16 9 0 7 40
  • Reds 16 5 0 11 28
  • Rebels 16 4 0 12 21
  • New Zealand P W D L Pts
  • Crusaders 16 11 0 5 51
  • Chiefs 16 8 2 6 44
  • Highlanders 16 8 0 8 42
  • Hurricanes 16 8 0 8 41
  • Blues 16 7 0 9 37
  • South African P W D L Pts
  • Sharks 16 11 0 5 50
  • Bulls 16 7 1 8 38
  • Stormers 16 7 0 9 32
  • Lions 16 7 0 9 31
  • Cheetahs 16 4 1 11 24
  • New South Wales Waratahs' Adam Ashley-Cooper skips past Liam Gill

    New South Wales Waratahs' Adam Ashley-Cooper skips past Liam Gill
    © Getty Images

  • Quade Cooper prepares to photograph some action

    Quade Cooper prepares to photograph some action
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