The Melbourne Rebels have dominated the Waratahs for a 24-10 victory to earn their first Super Rugby win of the season.
The Brumbies have won 10 straight games at home after dispatching the Melbourne Rebels in an Australian Super Rugby derby on Friday night.
Melbourne Rebels' Super Rugby campaign has kicked off in horror fashion, losing 36-27 to perennial battlers the Sunwolves in Japan.
In the shortest lead up to a Super Rugby season ever, season 25 kicks off in January with a full round of matches played from Friday night all the way through to Sunday morning. Here are the Round 1 team lists.
Round 2 is headlined by two blockbuster derbies with Australian conference leaders the Brumbies playing host to the Rebels, while the biggest match of the round is sure to be the Chiefs hosting the Crusaders in Waikato. Here are the Round 1 team lists.
Round 4 is headlined with another New Zealand derby with the Crusaders hosting the Highlanders, while the Brumbies will travel away from home to take on the Chiefs. Here are the Round 4 team lists.
Round 3 will be headlined with another blockbuster derby in New Zealand with the Crusaders and Blues set to open the round, while the Waratahs and Rebels will face off for their first win of the season. Here are the Round 3 team lists.
With the World Cup cycle coming to an end and the departure of several key players across the franchises, the battle to the top of the Australian conference will be tight. Full preview here.
With the new Super Rugby season just a week away, Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle has revealed a tender process for the code's next broadcast rights deal will start in the coming days.
The 2020 Super Rugby season is upon us? What, wait, how? Yes, the Jan 31. start is earlier than ever while the competition has also been shrouded in some uncertainty elsewhere. We answer the key questions ahead of next week's kick-off here.
The 25th season of Super Rugby kicks off as early as January 31 with all 15 teams taking part in preseason fixtures. Follow this blog for all team lists, locals, times and results.
The NSW Waratahs have received a big boost ahead of the Super Rugby season, securing Wallabies utility Jack Maddocks in a transfer from the Melbourne Rebels.
Former Junior Wallabies captain and ex-Waratahs outside back Andrew Kellaway has signed with the Melbourne Rebels for the 2020 Super Rugby season.
Melbourne's World Cup winger Marika Koroibete has signed a new two-year deal with the Rebels and Rugby Australia.
Will Genia and Quade Cooper will join Japan's Kintetsu Liners following the Rugby World Cup, the club announced on Thursday.
After a tight season that came right down to the wire, we're finally at the pointy end of the year, with every side playing for a spot in the semifinals. Here are the playoff team lists.
Australian rugby remains mired in mediocrity and must seriously consider a return to three Super Rugby franchises in the future, despite an apparent improvement in inter-conference results over the last two years.
Melbourne's Reece Hodge concedes their horror Super Rugby season capitulation could cost the Rebels players Wallabies' World Cup spots.
Devastated Melbourne coach Dave Wessels says his team needs to harden up if they are to take the next step and play Super Rugby finals.
The Waikato Chiefs routed the Melbourne Rebels 59-8 to storm into the Super Rugby playoffs while ending the shell-shocked Australian team's season on Friday.
It may be the final round but there's still eight teams fighting for the final four wildcard places. Who'll make the 2019 quarterfinals?
With just one round remaining, only four of the top eight spots have been finalised, while up to eight teams remain in the fight for the final four playoff spots. Here are the final round team lists.
The Crusaders dismissed any potential concerns about a late-season form slump with a 66-0 thrashing of the Rebels in Christchurch.
There's plenty of mind games going on in Australia, while Liam Squire returns in New Zealand to press his All Blacks claims, and the Bulls have gone all in on Handre Pollard.
Only the Reds and Sunwolves are out of contention for the Super Rugby finals. We've analysed the form and run home of the other 13 sides, settling on some fearless predictions in the process.
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