Who won the 2002 rugby union super 12s?
The Crusaders won 31 – 13 to win their fourth Super 12 title….2002 Super 12 season.
|2002 Super 12|
|Champions||Canterbury Crusaders (4th title)|
|Top point scorer(s)||Andrew Mehrtens (182) (Canterbury Crusaders)|
Who won the Super Rugby 2001?
The ACT Brumbies won 36 – 6 to win their first Super 12 title, and became the first Super Rugby champions from outside New Zealand….2001 Super 12 season.
|2001 Super 12|
|Champions||ACT Brumbies (1st title)|
|Top point scorer(s)||Louis Koen (157) (Golden Cats)|
Who won the 1999 Super 12?
The Crusaders won 24 – 19 to win their second Super 12 title….1999 Super 12 season.
|1999 Super 12|
|Tournament format(s)||Round-robin and knockout|
|Champions||Canterbury Crusaders (2nd title)|
Who scored the first Super 14 try?
Super 14 is a provincial rugby union competition with 14 teams from New Zealand, Australia and South Africa….2007 Super 14 season.
|2007 Super 14|
|Champions||Bulls (1st title)|
|Tries scored||440 (4.68 per match)|
|Top point scorer(s)||Stephen Donald (164) (Chiefs)|
Who won Super Rugby 1998?
The Canterbury Crusaders won 20 – 13 to win their first Super 12 title….1998 Super 12 season.
|1998 Super 12|
|Champions||Canterbury Crusaders (1st title)|
|Top point scorer(s)||Andrew Mehrtens (206) (Canterbury Crusaders)|
Who has won Super rugby the most?
The competition has been dominated by New Zealand teams, who have won 17 times in 24 years. The Crusaders have won most often, with ten titles.
What is the highest number of tries scored in a single RWC match?
Most tries scored by a team in a World Cup match New Zealand scored a record 21 tries in a win against Japan at South Africa on 4 June 1995. The All Blacks went to win 145-17.
Who has the most tries in rugby?
Daisuke Ohata, the leading international try scorer with 69.
Where did the Super 12 semi finals take place?
At the end of the regular season, the top four teams entered the playoff semi finals, with the first placed team playing the fourth and the second placed team playing the third. The winner of each semi final qualified for the final, which was contested by the Crusaders and the Brumbies at Jade Stadium, Christchurch.
When did the Super 12 Rugby competition start?
The Super 12 logo used from 1996 to 2005. With significant sponsorship, and rugby turning a professional sport in August 1995, the Super 12 competition successfully kicked off in 1996 with five New Zealand franchises, four South African provinces and three domestic Australian teams competing.
Where did the Crusaders win the Super 12?
The winner of each semi final qualified for the final, which was contested by the Crusaders and the Brumbies at Jade Stadium, Christchurch. The Crusaders won 31 – 13 to win their fourth Super 12 title.