as informed in The opening match of the Super Rugby season kicked off some new innovations by broadcasters, FOX SPORTS, involving players and coaches.
FOX SPORTS CEO, Patrick Delany said they hoped the Super Rugby public enjoyed the behind-the-scenes view.
“I have to thank our Super Rugby teams who have really driven this innovative approach for 2017.”
Each Super Rugby coach will wear a heart rate monitor during games this season, with fans able to see a reading at critical match moments.
“FOX SPORTS have always been leaders in broadcast innovation, and we’re delighted to be working with them to ensure the 2017 Super Rugby season will be the most entertaining ever for fans watching at home.
As it stated in
Super Rugby Power Rankings: Week 1
HurricanesIt would be nothing short of rude to start the inaugural RUGBY.com.au Super Rugby Power Rankings with the defending champions anywhere but the top spot.
Welcome to the inaugural RUGBY.com.au Super Rugby Power Rankings.
The men from Auckland play rugby that is easy on the eye and there is no bigger recruit in Super Rugby than Sonny Bill Williams, though he won’t feature until April.
They always give their very best but they lack physicality in the pack to match it with the big boppers of Super Rugby.
Given the season kicks off tonight, this week’s rankings are based on pre-season form, player movements and how team’s finished season 2016.
As it stated in Despite a dominant first half from the Highlanders, the visitors ran out 24-15 winners to open the Super Rugby season.
The Highlanders had all the ball and were dangerous attacking from long range in the first half.
Aaron Smith tracked back to clean up the ball and looked to open up, but threw it straight to Lowe.
Several breaks from Tevita Li and Waisake Naholo in the line saw the Chiefs forced to scramble on defence.
Liam Coltman takes the ball forward for the Highlanders against the Chiefs.
This content may collect you by Silina Daniel