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Sharks sneak into Super Rugby semi-finals

Two tries in three minutes helped the Sharks book their ticket to the Super Rugby semi-finals with a victory over the Highlanders on Saturday.

Crusaders beat Highlanders

The Crusaders beat the Highlanders 34-8 to win the New Zealand conference in Super Rugby.

Highlanders hold on in cliffhanger win over Lions

A fast-flagging Otago Highlanders have escaped with the narrowest of victories to get back on track with a 23-22 victory over the Golden Lions.

Bulls charging to secure home semifinal

The Bulls are on the cusp of securing a home semifinal in Vodacom Super Rugby after beating the Highlanders 35-18.

Highlanders beat Sharks in scrappy-play-filled match

Colin Slade has scored a second-half try among 15 points as the Highlanders broke an eight-match losing run with a 25-22 win over the Sharks.

Lambie takes Highlanders down in 28-point spree

Sharks flyhalf Patrick Lambie surpassed 300 points in Super Rugby as he scored all his team's points in their 28-16 victory against the Highlanders.

Carter hat-trick keeps Waratahs in the hunt

Tom Carter's hat-trick kept the Waratahs in line for a Super Rugby play-off spot, beating the Highlanders 33-7 in Sydney.

Lions in the dark over NZ sexual assault charge

The Golden Lions have not been contacted by New Zealand authorities about an alleged sexual assault by one of their players, the club's union says.

Highlanders’ Piutau cited for striking Rhodes

Highlanders winger Siale Piutau has been cited for striking Lions' Michael Rhodes twice in the head after the flanker pulled him out of ruck.

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