June 2009
NZ Rugby World;Jun2009, Issue 122, p44
The article presents a summary of the 2009 Super 14 held in New Zealand. It looks into tournament players including the five most influential players, such as Sione Lauaki of Chiefs, Ruan Peinaar of Sharks and Berrick Barnes of Reds and five best rookies, such as Ryan Crotty of Crusaders, Israel Dagg of Higlanders and Chris Lowrey of Blues. The author also includes the most important games of the tournament, including Chiefs versus Hurricanes, Cheetahs versus Sharks and Blues versus Reds.


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