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Jul 30, 2014:  Brett McKay names his Super Rugby Team of the Season, and he can't find space for two starring players who featured more often than anyone else in Scrum5
Scrum5
Jul 28, 2014:  New South Wales have lost both previous Super Rugby grand final appearances to the team they'll host, while the Crusaders' presence in the decider is already the stuff of Super Rugby legend
The Growden Report
Jul 28, 2014:  Michael Cheika has told the Waratahs they have to beat the best to be the best; well, the Crusaders are the best historically while the Waratahs are the best this season, Greg Growden writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 24, 2014:  Scrum Sevens looks back at how rugby has fared in both the early Olympics and the past four Commonwealth Games
Super Rugby
Jul 24, 2014:  Richard Kelly puts together the crucial stats for the Super Rugby semi-finals featuring the top four teams of a remarkably competitive season
Craig Dowd
Jul 23, 2014:  Players such as former All Blacks star Joe Rokocoko should not now be able to play Test rugby for another nation, Craig Dowd says noting "you pledge your allegiance and that is the team you play for until the day you die"
Craig Dowd
Jul 23, 2014:  Craig Dowd assures Crusaders fans "this Jafa" and many other New Zealand fans will be supporting them this weekend, saying "it's quite a weird feeling"
Scrum5
Jul 21, 2014:  If the remaining three Super Rugby finals are even half as good as the two this weekend just gone, Brett McKay says we'll have been seriously spoiled
The Growden Report
Jul 21, 2014:  Rewards come not just to those who wait, but also to those who are prepared to take risks: Greg Growden hails the weekend's Super Rugby combatants
Super Rugby Statistics
Jul 17, 2014:  Richard Kelly puts together the crucial stats for the weekend's two Super Rugby play-off matches
Craig Dowd
Jul 16, 2014:  Three of the six Super Rugby finalists are from New Zealand, while even the remaining two franchises have cause for optimism, writes Craid Dowd
Scrum5
Jul 14, 2014:  After 19 rounds of some of the most ridiculously unpredictable rugby in the 19-year history of Super Rugby, we've finally narrowed the field down to the best six teams Brett McKay writes
Super Rugby Statistics
Jul 10, 2014:  The Chiefs, Brumbies and Western Force play on Friday knowing victory guarantees finals football, but it's more complicated for the Blues; we pull apart the key stats of the two key Super Rugby fixtures
Craig Dowd
Jul 9, 2014:  The Crusaders always turn up at the end of the year with enough points to qualify for the top six, and Craig Dowd wonders what more can Todd Blackadder do
Scrum5
Jul 7, 2014:  The penultimate round of Super Rugby has thinned out the field of finals contenders, even if only by one team writes Brett McKay
The Whiteboard
Jul 3, 2014:  Brett McKay reviews a Highlanders try from nothing to issue a warning to the Waratahs that their visitors on Sunday are never more dangerous than when they're covered
Super Rugby Statistics
Jul 2, 2014:  There is the critic's old adage of "lies, damned lies and statistics", but the numbers in this case (and most others!) back the theory that Ben Smith and Israel Folau are the top 15s in the world at present
Craig Dowd
Jul 2, 2014:  Craig Dowd runs his rule over New Zealand's Super Rugby teams, assessing their hopes for the rest of the season with all five franchises still in finals contention
Scrum5
Jun 30, 2014:  Super Rugby picks up where it left off before the June recess, with surprise results and tipsters shedding tears, Brett McKay writes
Craig Dowd
Jun 25, 2014:  New Zealand showed in tearing England apart in Hamilton the value of self-belief, determined attitude, confidence and 100% trust in your team-mate alongside you, Craig Dowd writes
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