SR18 Preview: Stormers v Rebels {27-4-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby Neither the Stormers or the Rebels will be in particularly confident mood when they go head-to-head at Newlands on Friday. Three successive defeats have seen both teams damage their play-off prospects, with the Melbourne outfit, who once led the standings, in seventh, and the South Africans down in 12th. It has

SR18 Result: Brumbies 20 v 25 Jaguares {22-4-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Jaguares continued with their impressive recent form when they claimed a deserved 25-20 win over the Brumbies in Canberra on Sunday. In a fast-paced and exciting game, both sides scored three tries apiece although the Jaguares were full value for their win as they committed fewer unforced errors. The result

SR18 Result: Bulls 28 v 10 Rebels {21-4-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Bulls claimed their third successive victory with a 28-10 bonus-point win over the Melbourne Rebels at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday. The Bulls deserved their win, having controlled large periods of the game and now consolidate second position on the South African Conference. Unfortunately for the Rebels, they failed to capitalise

Cardiff Blues battle past Pau to reach final

Follow @RedefinedRugby Cardiff Blues will play Gloucester in the final of the European Challenge Cup following an outstanding 16-10 triumph over Pau. In a tense encounter, Gareth Anscombe touched down for the first try before Conrad Smith levelled proceedings at the end of the opening quarter. Jarrod Evans and Tom Taylor traded three-pointers

SR18 Result: Reds 12 v 36 Chiefs {21-4-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Chiefs scored 24 unanswered first-half points to secure a 36-12 bonus-point victory over the Reds at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday. The Chiefs move above the Highlanders into third position in the New Zealand Conference while the Reds remain in fourth place on the Australian Conference standings. The first

SR18 Result: Waratahs 00 v 29 Lions {20-4-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Lions made a superb start to their Australasian tour when they claimed an emphatic 29-0 victory over the Waratahs in Sydney on Friday. The men from Johannesburg led 7-0 at half-time but scored 22 unanswered points after the break and picked up a try-scoring bonus point as they outscored