After Round 5 of Super Rugby was fairly predictable, Round 6 was anything but - the round opened with a draw (picked by 1% on Superbru, followed by the Brumbies beating the Waratahs (36%) and the Reds doing a Scotland and coming back for victory over the Sunwolves (26%).
Round 4 was relatively easy to predict, although I took a gamble on Scotland beating Wales, which didn't pay off. The Scots had a couple of chances to win the game, but Wales ultimately prevailed and now the Grand Slam is within touching distance. Can they finish the job?
It was a clean sweep of home wins in Super Rugby last weekend, along with 7 correct predictions to yield my first Grand Slam Points of the season. This was a feat managed by no fewer than 63,782 people, about one third of people playing Superbru for Super Rugby,
Wales beating England in Round 3 was very disappointing, not least because it was my first incorrect pick on Superbru and I lost a few places as a result. The first match this weekend looks like the toughest to call. Here are my Superbru predictions for Round 4 of the
Round 3 was a shocker. You know things aren't going well when the Sunwolves somehow beat the Chiefs away from home, and that only 3 out of the 7 matches were picked by more than 28% of people on Superbru. Somehow there were 18 people out of nearly
It was another week with 5 out of 7 correct picks on Superbru, with the Brumbies thrashing of the Chiefs (picked by 14%) and the Stormers beating the Lions (19%) catching me out. Round 1 had seen 6 away wins out of 7, but it was the reverse in
I managed 5 out of 6 in Round 13, correctly picking Gloucester to beat Exeter and Northampton to beat Sale (although not by 50 points!), but I also had Bristol for a home win against Wasps, which ultimately cost me the GSP. By all accounts Wasps played some good rugby, and
Five correct predictions out of 7 in Round 1 was enough to yield a couple of yellow caps and put me into the top 15% on Superbru, beating the community average of 4.28 correct picks. The late Highlanders comeback against the Chiefs cost me, and I picked the Jaguares to beat
The Premiership returns this weekend after what seems like a very long hiatus, and with no form to go on as well as a host of international players missing, it's going to be hard to predict the results! The long breaks in this competition are very frustrating. Super Rugby has
Here we go for another year of Super Rugby, with no break this year for June Internationals, meaning there are matches every week right through to the final in July. With Rugby World Cup squad places up for grabs, the stakes are high and the Rugby will be entertaining as always