Eight entered. Four remain.
Eight teams. Three rounds. One goal.
A big performance battling All Blacks captain Sam Cane could be exactly what Queensland’s Fraser McReight needs to punch his ticket to the World Cup later this year.
Decision time in Super Rugby Pacific, whether the clubs are ready or not, finally is here.
No longer is there a team in the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific season that stands without a loss.
It’s either just about celebration time or desperation time for most Super Rugby Pacific sides at this point in the regular season.
Think of the final month of the Super Rugby Pacific regular season like the run-up to final exams.
The Chiefs-Crusaders clash in front of a sold-out local crowd in Hamilton was a shot in the arm for Super Rugby this year.
The bye weeks are done. The contenders are clear. The stage is set.
Across nearly all the matches taking place this weekend in Round 8 of the Super Rugby Pacific season, there’s a common theme.
Ready to slow down yet, Super Rugby Pacific fans?
It’s the final round before bye weeks begin in the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific campaign, meaning that before there’s a chance to recharge and reflect, there first is a mission to remain focused on the week ahead.
Alex Mafi says Melbourne coach Kevin Foote continues to give them freedom to play their own game, despite a rocky beginning to the Super Rugby Pacific season.
London Irish and the Gallagher Premiership will be losing another storied international star, as Rob Simmons, the Wallabies lock, is set to join Clermont in France.
The team that has been the talk of the town in Super Rugby Pacific after Round 3 isn’t the defending champion Crusaders – it’s the team that beat them.