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Live blog: Super Rugby Pacific Round Four

By Finn Morton
(Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Round Four of Super Rugby Pacific continues on Sunday afternoon when the Queensland Reds host the Fijian Drua Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. Follow the action in the live blog below.


Super Rugby Pacific round four headlines

Jorgensen scores FREAKISH try vs Hurricanes

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Possible ABs bolter emerges as Canes win big

Waratahs suffer third loss from four against Hurricanes

Stevenson stars in Chiefs’ big 44-25 win over Rebels

Saracens halfback to realise Super Rugby ‘dream’


Crusaders win final rematch 34-28 against Blues

Hat-trick hero played with rib injury

Almost 100 points scored in Canberra score-fest 

Landers beat Force in thriller; win first game of season


Key team news

In the final game of the round, the Reds will host the Fijian Drua in Brisbane. Veteran James O’Connor has been named ahead of Tom Lynagh, and will start in the No. 10 jumper.

Wallaby hopeful Charlie Gamble was forced from the field for the Tahs clutching his wrist in the loss to the Hurricanes on Friday night.

Crusaders wing Sevu Reece left the field with an injury shortly into the second half in his side’s win over the Blues, while prop Alex Hodgman left the field in the 13th minute.

All Blacks flanker Shannon Frizell was ruled out at the 11th hour for the Highlanders after receiving treatment during the warmup in Invercargill.

Round Four MVP votes

Hurricanes vs Waratahs – Cam Roigard (Hurricanes), Kini Naholo (Hurricanes), Langi Gleeson (Waratahs)

Chiefs vs Rebels – Shaun Stevenson (Chiefs), Emoni Narawa (Chiefs), Alex Nankivell (Chiefs)

Blues vs Crusaders – Leicester Fainga’anuku (Crusaders), Richie Mo’unga (Crusaders), Finlay Christie (Blues)

Brumbies vs Moana – Andy Muirhead (Brumbies), Luke Reimer (Flanker), Levi Aumua (Moana)

Highlanders vs Force – Thomas Umaga-Jensen (Highlanders), Sam Gilbert (Highlanders), Ollie Callan (Force)

Reds vs Drua – Josh Flook (Reds), Taj Annan (Reds), Liam Wright (Reds)

MVP candidates leader board

8 points – Shaun Stevenson (Chiefs)

6 points – Jordie Barrett (Hurricanes), Richard Hardwick (Rebels), Tevita Ikanivere (Drua), Lachlan Lonergan (Brumbies), Hamish Stewart (Force)

5 points – Jordan Petaia


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