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NSW Waratahs lose to Highlanders as New Zealand's Super Rugby dominance of Australia continues - ABC Online

Poor discipline and defence have again proven costly for New South Wales, whose Super Rugby finals hopes have taken another hit with a 44-28 loss to the Highlanders in Dunedin. It was another poor night for Australian teams against New Zealand ...and more »

Watch: Malakai Fekitoa's kicking magic inspires the Highlanders to comeback win against the Waratahs - TVNZ

FT: Gareth Evans bangs it into touch after the Highlanders regain possession and thats it! What a second half seen here in Dunedin after a very cagey first half that saw the Waratahs take the halftime lead. The Highlanders bench however proved to be ...and more »

Super Rugby 2017: Waratahs' season on life support after 44-28 loss to Highlanders - The Sydney Morning Herald

The NSW Waratahs' season is on life support after they squandered a half-time lead to go down 44-28 to the Highlanders in Dunedin on Saturday evening. The Waratahs were in the box seat to become the first Australian side to beat a New Zealand team and ...and more »

Waratahs blow big chance as Highlanders make most of Dean Mumm sin bin to cruise home -

ILL-discipline has again cost the Waratahs, with a crucial sin-binning allowing the Highlanders to win 44-28 and stretch New Zealand's lead over Australia to 19-0 in Super Rugby this year. Dean Mumm was sin-binned for a lifting tackle in the 46th ...and more »

Highlanders vs Waratahs: Five things we learned -

It was one of the more complete performances the Waratahs have put out this season but it simply wasn't good enough to break a year-long trans-Tasman drought in Dunedin. They led at half-time but couldn't find a score until the 70th minute after the ...and more »

Rugby: Highlanders fend off Waratahs - New Zealand Herald

Fears that the Waratahs might break the Aussie hoodoo against NZ Super Rugby sides this season proved short-lived, as the Highlanders eased away over the second half to a 44-28 victory at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium. Trailing 14-13 at halftime, the ...and more »

Highlanders tame Waratahs to extend winning streak to nine -

Highlanders fullback Ben Smith fends off Waratahs midfielder David Horwitz in Dunedin on Saturday night. New Zealand 20. Australia 0. The streaking Highlanders' 44-28 win against the Waratahs in Dunedin on Saturday night ensured New Zealand Super Rugby ...and more »

One team's won 13 in a row, the other nine. Crusaders v Highlanders can't come soon enough -

Israel Dagg and Waisake Naholo collide in the first southern derby of the season earlier this year. There's no catching the Crusaders, but don't let that take the gloss off Saturday afternoon's match between the Highlanders and red and blacks in ...and more »

Gibson knows Brumbies slip-up is only way Waratahs can make Super Rugby finals - The Sydney Morning Herald

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson concedes the only chance NSW have of qualifying for the Super Rugby finals is if the ACT Brumbies trip up in their next three games. The pain of a 44-28 loss to the Highlanders in Dunedin was made even worse for Gibson's men ...and more »

Waratahs halback Nick Phipps suffers ankle injury in loss to Highlanders -

NICK Phipps' involvement in the Wallabies' Test series in June series may hinge on the results of scans on Monday in New Zealand after he suffered an ankle injury in the Waratahs' loss to the Highlanders. Phipps and Rebels flanker Sean McMahon were the ...and more »