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Stormers on form in Super Rugby pre-season victories stat : Times LIVE

as declared in In 2017 the Stormers take on five New Zealand teams in the pool phase of Super Rugby‚ which will pose some new challenges for his team.
“We played smart rugby and once we got in their half we put them under pressure‚ which is pleasing.
The Lions were runners-up in Super Rugby last year and the South African team that plays the most similar style to that of NZ sides‚ which will be another unit of measurement for the Stormers.
“It will be a true test of how far we have come since last year‚ it will be a great test for us.
Our forwards got stuck in‚ which was very pleasing‚ especially with such a young pack‚” Fleck said.

Stormers on form in Super Rugby pre-season victories

as mentioned in The Western Force looked far smoother than Melbourne in their Super Rugby trial on the Gold Coast on Monday night, winning 27-5.
Western Force rugby league convert Chance Peni has staked his claim for a spot in the Super Rugby club’s backline, starring in their 27-5 trial win over Melbourne on the Gold Coast on Monday night.
“It’s pretty hard when you’re at No.10 and you’re making your debut in Super Rugby and you spend 35 minutes camped in your bottom-30,” he said.
In their only trial match ahead of David Wessels’ first full season as coach, the Force looked by far the sleeker of the two teams.
They conceded the opening try of the match in the first quarter, but claimed a 15-5 halftime lead and never looked troubled from there.
Force take chances in Super Rugby trial

as mentioned in Cubelli ruptured his patella tendon in the Brumbies’ pre-season trial against the NSW Waratahs in Mudgee on Saturday and will miss the start of the Super Rugby season.
The Brumbies go to the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens this week and then have two weeks to prepare for the opening round of the Super Rugby season.
Thomson said it was too early to make any decisions on whether the Brumbies would bring in cover for Cubelli.
Former Wallaby Joe Roff says the silver lining to ACT Brumbies scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli’s potentially season-ending knee injury is it gives coach Stephen Larkham time to establish depth in his engine room.
His two-year contract expires at the end of the season and he took to social media to announce the news of his injury.

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