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Re: 2018 Super Rugby

Postby argie » Mon, 21 May 2018, 16:32

We consider that there is a serious possibility to qualify for the playoffs for first time. So, for first time could be four nations at that instance.

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Re: 2018 Super Rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Sun, 27 May 2018, 15:11

And the Jaguares defeated the Sharks at home in front of 19,500 spectators.


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2019 Super Rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Mon, 18 Feb 2019, 14:38

In Round 1, the Jagures lost 16 - 25 to the Lions at Buenos Aires, and the Sunwolves were crushed by the Sharks 10 - 45 at Singapore.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Tobar » Mon, 18 Feb 2019, 22:28

NaBUru38 wrote:In Round 1, the Jagures lost 16 - 25 to the Lions at Buenos Aires, and the Sunwolves were crushed by the Sharks 10 - 45 at Singapore.


At least Japanese fans didn’t have to see that
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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Tue, 18 Jun 2019, 16:53

Thread bump!

The Jaguares crushed the Sunwolves 52-10.

The Argentine team finished the regular season with 11 wins and 5 losses, second overall behind the Crusaders.

Next weekend, they will host quarter-finals versus the Chiefs, who had 6 wins, 2 draws and 7 losses.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Tue, 18 Jun 2019, 17:21

It's LONG 4 months since I've posted on this damned topic

What a RUGBY without Izzy :?:

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Raven » Tue, 18 Jun 2019, 18:37

So Jaguares are playing Chiefs in playoffs.
Glen Jackson is reffing. As if a NZ ref for a game with a team of one of these countries wasn´t enough, they assign the only NZ ref who actually PLAYED FOR THE CHIEFS when being a player!!! (amongst other sides like Bay of Plenty and Saracens)

I mean c´mon! really? Ok, not an Aussie, not a Saffa, you can pick any Kiwi ref and you pick THAT ONE?

Clearly Jaguares will have a very tough day at the office...

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Edgar » Tue, 18 Jun 2019, 19:58

No quarters in SA and probably won't be any playoffs there at all. Watch out for the Bulls though. They're in form. The Canes are really firing too, although they're still without Fifita for one more match, I believe. Canes are my team and I'm nervous. Jags are my No. 2 and I hope they go all the way. They should certainly have the measure of the Chiefs on form. Saders and ACT should breeze through their home-games. If the 4 favorites (home-teams) come through, that's going to be an awesome semi-finals lineup!

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Bogdan_DC » Fri, 21 Jun 2019, 06:43

Raven wrote:So Jaguares are playing Chiefs in playoffs.
Glen Jackson is reffing. As if a NZ ref for a game with a team of one of these countries wasn´t enough, they assign the only NZ ref who actually PLAYED FOR THE CHIEFS when being a player!!! (amongst other sides like Bay of Plenty and Saracens)

I mean c´mon! really? Ok, not an Aussie, not a Saffa, you can pick any Kiwi ref and you pick THAT ONE?

Clearly Jaguares will have a very tough day at the office...


Rugby Europe like this!

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Osmanperalta » Fri, 28 Jun 2019, 16:17

Jaguares vs Brumbies semi final at Velez stadium SOLD OUT

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby 4N » Fri, 28 Jun 2019, 16:49

Going to be a historic night for Super Rugby. Kickoff in about seven hours.

https://www.vipbox.live/jaguares-vs-brumbies-1-live

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Raven » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 01:44

Jesus Jaguares WHAT A GAME, hats off.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby victorsra » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 02:42

Awesome! Now Let's Go 'Canes, we need a Buenos Aires final!
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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby thatrugbyguy » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 05:09

They look good. Final in BA would be great. Pumas will peak during the World Cup.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby 4N » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 10:22

So close for the Hurricanes. Crusaders vs Jaguares final in Christchurch.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Edgar » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 14:08

The final shapes up as a real David v Goliath battle on paper. The Saders, unbeaten at home in the history of the Super Rugby playoffs, are seeking their 10th title from 14 appearances in the final over the course of the 24-year-old competition. Los Jaguares are making their first appearance in the final. In fact, the Jags are the first team from outside the original 12 franchises to get to the semis, let alone the final. They have placed 13th, 10th, 7th and 2nd during their four years' involvement, and last night's win over the Brumbies at last gives them a winning record historically at 33-32. The Saders have a commanding 68% success rate with 217 wins to 95 losses all time, and that improves to 82% at home. They are 70% in the playoffs, with a 24-10 record - and 18-0 at home! They are looking for just their second 3peat, having achieved the feat once in 1998-2000. No other team has done so. After the Saders, who have won 9 finals from 13 appearances, the Blues are still the second most successful team in Super Rugby with three titles from four finals, followed by the Bulls, who won three titles from three finals in the space of four years. All of the original 12 franchises have made it to the final, though the Sharks (0-4), Lions (0-3), and Stormers (0-1) have yet to win one. This year's beaten semi-finalists the Canes have played in 11 semi-finals for a paltry 3 wins and one trophy. NZ have a collective 16 titles, Australia 4 and SA 3.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Edgar » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 14:27

FLIDTA RISXVA wrote:http://ovaluri.comxa.com/2018/SR_TOTAL-23.htm


Great resource! Thanks.

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 15:19

I did NOT count myself, just quoting >>
https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/sup ... e-to-final

CRS are now 23-0 in home playoff games

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Edgar » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 15:46

FLIDTA RISXVA wrote:I did NOT count myself, just quoting >>
https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/sup ... e-to-final

CRS are now 23-0 in home playoff games

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Ok, thanks for the correction.

Just read the footnotes on Wiki "updated as of 2017" :roll:

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 17:07

FOUND updated list >>
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rugby/news/a ... d=12244303

Crusaders in home playoff games:

1998 – Won semifinal v Sharks 36-32
2000 – Won semifinal v Highlanders 37-15
2002 – Won semifinal v Highlanders 34-23
2002 – Won final v Brumbies 31-13
2003 – Won semifinal v Hurricanes 39-16

2004 – Won semifinal v Stormers 27-16
2005 – Won semifinal v Hurricanes 47-7
2005 – Won final v Waratahs 35-25
2006 – Won semifinal v Bulls 35-15
2006 – Won final v Hurricanes 19-12

2008 – Won semifinal v Hurricanes 33-22
2008 – Won final v Waratahs 20-12
2011 – Won qualifier v Sharks 36-8
2012 – Won qualifier v Bulls 28-13
2013 – Won qualifier v Reds 38-9

2014 – Won semifinal v Sharks 38-6
2017 – Won quarterfinal v Highlanders 17-0
2017 – Won semifinal v Chiefs 27-13
2018 – Won quarterfinal v Sharks 40-10
2018 - Won semifinal v Hurricanes 30–12

2018 - Won final v Lions 37-18
2019 - Won quarterfinal v Highlanders 38-14
plus today's win #23

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Re: 2019 Super Rugby

Postby Edgar » Sat, 29 Jun 2019, 18:12

Awesome record! Yes, most of the other data on Wiki was right up to date, but not that particular detail, which is what threw me. 5 wins since 2017 surely makes 23 home wins from 23 for the Saders in the playoffs :thumbup: 8-)

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