Discussing :: Blues and Crusaders marching on

Two New Zealand teams in the Super Rugby top four is a worthy representation, but now it gets really hard. Article By: Tony, Johnson The Crusaders get the shorter straw with the longer trip to Cape Town. It is tempting to recall the moment they were sawn off by Stu Dickenson and his mates in the game at Suncorp Stadium and the unplayed second round match against the Hurricanes as reasons why they have to make this journey, but there were also the losses to the Cheetahs and the Highlanders that have made their already herculean task even tougher. They are the one team capable of coping with the adversity they have faced and still being competitive, but... read full article


Blues and Crusaders marching on

Yeah Sonny Thrill Williams did a great Ronaldo impersonation with his shot by a sniper dive against the Sharks. He'll be on Shortland Street soon.


Well, one of their ads anyway. Those guys sure can make ads lol.


great article, even though i'm not a rugby fanatic I really enjoyed reading it - well wrtten and really got me thinking


go the crusaders!! good luck against the stormers!!


Have to agree with the last comment about crowd attendance, it was crap. What will the Aussies and SAs be thinking with World Cup coming up and seeing half empty stands at crucial games in the Super 15!!!! At least the Crusader won - good on them and I hope they go all the way this year.


It has been a hard year to be a Hurricanes fan.....sigh. I guess it is Go the Blues now (sorry, can't bring myself to support the Crusaders.....at least not publically ;))


What a final it would be in Wellington!!! Blues vs Crusaders! IT CAN BE DONE What better way to end the super 15 season and start the Internationals!


Yeah I'm a Canes fan and also a proud member of the ABC (anyone but Crusaders) club. So go the Blues or Stormers or Reds! If Ma'a joins the Crusaders for next year, it will be a huge kick in the balls and will be the final straw the broke this Canes fans back!


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