April 18 - The Melbourne Rebels ended the Western Force's winning run with a 22-16 home win in their all-Australian Super Rugby clash on Friday as an injury-time try by winger Nick Cummins gave the visitors a point.
April 18 - Melbourne Rebels (Australia) beat Western Force (Australia) 22-16 (halftime 6-6) in a Super Rugby match in Melbourne on Friday.
April 18 - The Wellington Hurricanes overcame two disallowed tries to score a bonus point 39-20 win over the sloppy Auckland Blues in their all-New Zealand Super Rugby clash on Friday.
April 18 - The Wellington Hurricanes (New Zealand) beat the Auckland Blues (New Zealand) 39-20 (halftime 13-17) in a Super Rugby match in Wellington on Friday.
April 16 - The New South Wales Waratahs once again attempted to recall Israel Folau for Super Rugby duty, a week after the fullback was controversially pulled from the team at the 11th hour by the Australian Rugby Union.
SYDNEY, April 16 - Australia's 2015 World Cup preparations will be well tested on their end-of-season European tour in November with coach Ewen McKenzie trying to replicate their potential campaign for the Webb Ellis trophy as much as possible.
WELLINGTON, April 16 - Veteran hooker Keven Mealamu will make his long-awaited return to Super Rugby this Friday after battling back from another calf injury that sidelined him for more than a month.
April 15 - All Blacks scrumhalf Piri Weepu was reduced to tears after discovering he had suffered a minor stroke while playing for the Auckland Blues earlier this year.
PRETORIA, April 14 - - Bulls loose forward Dewald Potgieter has been ruled out for six months after surgery on a torn bicep, the Super Rugby franchise said on Monday.
SYDNEY, April 14 - For once it was not what he said, or how he looked, but what he did that attracted the attention as Western Force winger Nick "the Honeybadger" Cummins grabbed a hat-trick of tries in Super Rugby win over the weekend.
First Jacques Kallis retired. Then Graeme Smith called it quits. In between, South Africa lost a Test series against Australia, their first at home since the 2008-09 season. What stares the Proteas in the face now, however, is a far bigger challenge than just replacing two great cricketers.