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Super semis: Extra time rules

25th July 2013 10:05

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Super semis: Tight battles expected

The Chiefs, Crusaders, Bulls and Brumbies are vying for a place in the Super Rugby Final this weekend. But what happens if the scores are level after 80 minutes?

If the scores are tied at full-time in any match during the Finals Series, the following will apply until a winner is found:

a. Extra Time - after a five minute rest period, extra time is played in two 10 minute periods with a two minute half-time.

b. Sudden Death - if the match is still tied at the end of extra time, an up to 10 minute sudden death period is played after another five minute rest period and the first team to score (by a penalty goal, drop-goal or try) will be the winner.

c. Kicking Competition - if the match is still tied at the end of sudden death, the Referee will conduct a place kicking competition to determine the winner of the match.

  • Super Rugby Fixtures
  • Super Rugby Table
Super Rugby Table
PosTeamPPts
1Waratahs1658
2Crusaders1651
3Sharks1650
4Brumbies1645
5Chiefs1644
6Highlanders1642
7Hurricanes1641
8Western Force1640
9Bulls1638
10Blues1637
11Stormers1632
12Lions1631
13Reds1628
14Cheetahs1624
15Melbourne Rebels1621
Australian Conference
Super Rugby Table
PosTeamPPts
1Waratahs1658
2Brumbies1645
3Western Force1640
4Reds1628
5Melbourne Rebels1621
New Zealand Conference
Super Rugby Table
PosTeamPPts
1Crusaders1651
2Chiefs1644
3Highlanders1642
4Hurricanes1641
5Blues1637
South African Conference
Super Rugby Table
PosTeamPPts
1Sharks1650
2Bulls1638
3Stormers1632
4Lions1631
5Cheetahs1624