Blues extend NZ Super Rugby sides' winning streak over Australian opposition - Fijivillage

Matt Duffie of the Blues dives to score a try in the corner only to have it disallowed. (Photo: foxsports). The Blues have extended New Zealand Super Rugby sides' winning streak over Australian opposition to 15 games, with an 18‑12 victory over the ...

Wynne Gray: Blues win over Brumbies highlights Australia's woes - Fox Sports

The least successful New Zealand side travelled to Canberra after a bye and without their regular captain, lost their five-eighth on the eve of the match and claimed a bonus point win against the best Australian team. The Blues clicked over three tries ...

No panic as Brumbies Super drought extends - SBS

The Brumbies have slumped to their worst losing streak in half a decade, but don't expect major changes as they look to end their barren run. Source: AAP. 1 May 2017 - 3:18 AM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO ...

Blues bite their tongues about Super Rugby's flawed finals format - Stuff.co.nz

The Blues were never going to cry foul about Super Rugby's flawed finals structure dealing them a shoddy hand but their gritty win over the Brumbies on Sunday once again shone a spotlight on just how inequitable this competition has become. For the ...

Blues triumph over Brumbies 18-12, keeping their slim play-off hopes alive - Taipei Times

The Brumbies' Tevita Kuridrani, center, is tackled by the Blues' Blake Gibson yesterday during their Round 10 Super Rugby match at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia. Photo: EPA. The Blues kept their slim playoffs hopes alive yesterday with a tough 18 ...

Brumbies fall to the Blues as Kiwis continue stranglehold on Australia - The Australian

It was the bottom of the top conference against the top of the bottom conference and yet still the result was the same as it has been all season, as the Blues defeated the Brumbies 18-12 in Canberra yesterday. It has been a long time since the trans ...

Blues win over Brumbies highlights NZ-Australian Super Rugby gulf - Fox Sports

THE lowest-ranked Kiwi side's victory over Australia's conference leaders has epitomised the chasm in quality between the two countries' Super Rugby outfits. The Brumbies' 18-12 defeat at the hands of the Blues in Canberra on Sunday made it 15 straight ...

Blues beat Brumbies, continue NZ dominance - Yahoo7 Sport

The Brumbies have slumped to a third successive Super Rugby loss, losing 18-12 to the Blues as they made it 15 wins in a row for New Zealand teams against Australian opposition. Close. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00.

SUPER RUGBY SUNDAY: BLUES GRAB BONUS-POINT WIN IN CANBERRA - Commentary Box Sports

The Blues held on for a tense 18-12 away win over the Brumbies – and picked up a bonus point despite the tight scoreline after scoring the only three tries of the match. THE MATCH: After Bryn Gatland and Wharenui Hawera traded penalty goals, the Blues ...

Brumbies vs Blues: Five things we learned Yesterday at 6:55 PM Super Rugby - Rugby.com.au

The Blues continued the Australian misery against Kiwi teams this afternoon, beating the Brumbies comfortably at GIO Stadium. Here's what we learned from the result. 1. Banks brilliant for Brumbies. He was likened to Chris Latham in the pre-match and ...

Blues beat Brumbies in fourth win of season - Radio Sport

Having taken a 8-3 lead into the break, the Auckland-based franchise has beaten the Brumbies 18-12 in Canberra, scoring three tries to none. Matt Duffie, Akira Ioane and Melani Nanai all crossed for the visitors. First five Bryn Gatland says it's a ...

Blues prolong Aussie misery with win - Independent Online

The Auckland Blues scored three tries and kept the ACT Brumbies try-less to maintain New Zealand's domination over Australian teams in a bonus-point 18-12 Super Rugby win in Canberra on Sunday. The Blues stretched the Kiwi winning streak over ...

Fire crews fighting blaze at North Shore home in Auckland - TVNZ

Fire crews are responding to a house fire on the North Shore of Auckland this evening. Fire generic. File picture. Source: 1 NEWS. Emergency services were called at 8pm to reports of a two storey residential property being well ablaze. It's understood ...

Blues grind down Brumbies to continue Australia's pain - Daily Mail

WELLINGTON, April 30 (Reuters) - The Auckland Blues kept their slim playoffs hopes alive with a tough 18-12 win over the ACT Brumbies at Canberra Stadium on Sunday, continuing New Zealand's domination of Australia's Super Rugby sides this year.

Blues bash Brumbies to continue Aussie woes | Rugby.com.au - Rugby.com.au

The Brumbies have missed 54 tackles in a lacklustre performance which failed to break the Australian duck against Kiwi teams, falling 18-12 to the Blues.

Brumbies given the Blues - Green and Gold Rugby

The Brumbies Kiwi hoodoo continued as they went down to the Auckland Blues 18-12 in Canberra. The Brumbies never really troubled the Blues, save for a brief period in front on the scoreboard with the weight of possession and territory against them and ...

Video live updates: Brumbies vs Blues - Super Rugby - Newshub

Game Wrap: The Blues always looked to have the game in hand - a poor error rate from the Brumbies meant they could ever build pressure - not vintage by any means from the Blues but a fairly professional display and a 3 tries to none win. Highlights ...

Super Rugby live scores 2017: ACT Brumbies v Auckland Blues in Canberra - The Canberra Times

The ACT Brumbies play against the Auckland Blues at Canberra Stadium as they aim to restore pride in Australian rugby. New Zealand teams have won the first 14 trans-Tasman matches this year. But will that trend continue? Scott Fardy of the Brumbies is ...

Tryless Brumbies succumb to the Blues - Sport24

Cape Town - The Blues have sealed a hard fought 18-12 win over the Brumbies in Canberra, outscoring their opponents by three tries to nil. As it happened: Brumbies v Blues. The visitors crossed the whitewash once in the first half through Matt Duffie ...

Rugby: Commanding Blues beat Brumbies - New Zealand Herald

It was a result that made clear what followers of Super Rugby have long suspected - the weakest New Zealand side are better than Australia's strongest. The season to this point had provided plenty of evidence to support such an assertion but tonight it ...