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Crusaders 30 – 26 hurricanes



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Richie Mo & unga and Jack Goodhue celebrate the victory of crusaders over hurricanes

Richie Mo's and Jack Goodhue celebrate the victory of a crusader over hurricanes

Sevu Reece ran in two attempts while the Crusaders held the Hurricanes to reserve their place in the Super Rugby finals by winning 30-26.

The defending champions will host Argentine Jaguares next weekend and continue their quest for the 10th title and the third in a row in a row.

Winger Reece scored his 14th and 15th host season at Christchurch, and half year Richie Mo's attempted and scored six goals in 20 points to take his fourth chance in the final.

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The crusaders came to their third consecutive Super Rugby finals with an exciting 30-26 victory over Hurricanes in Christchurch.

The crusaders came to their third consecutive Super Rugby finals with an exciting 30-26 victory over Hurricanes in Christchurch.

The kills were dominant at the beginning of the first half of the Sabbath, leading 13-0 after the Hurricanes recovered their possession with unmotivated hitting. But when Hurricanes held the ball and attacked the defensive line, the game turned into an exciting scoring for tit-for-tat.

The Hurricanes interrupted the lead of the crusade at 13-7 and tried to try the second half, but never kept the lead, closing in one point without bridging the gap.

The match ended with controversy when Australian referee Nic Berry called knock-on when the hurricanes were hot in the attack. The kills hit the ball and the call took the last chance of Hurricane.

TJ Perenara tried to keep Hurricane hopes late

TJ Perenara tried to keep Hurricane hopes late

Crusaders ran early when Reece had achieved a brilliant opening attempt. Full-back David Havili won the ball in the air and Ryan Crotty's center set up a cross for Reece, who was unprotected on the right wing. Conversion and two penalties from Mo'sachon gave critters a 13-0 lead.

When Hurricanes finally attacked the ball in their hand, they made an attempt for Ngani Laumape just before the break that kept them in the match.

Hurricanes hit the striker Ben Lama immediately after the start but midfield Beauden Barrett missed the conversion that his team would take advantage of.

Sevu Reece was one of the crusaders in the semi-final victory over Hurricanes

Sevu Reece was one of the crusaders in the semi-final victory over Hurricanes

Barrett was guilty of kicking the ball early, but turned the match around Hurricanes when he ran in defense in the second half.

The crusaders responded quickly to Lam's attempt at Mo's attempt, opening the eight-point lead. Laumape's second attempt again reduced leadership to one point.

Reece's second attempt, created by a brilliant breakthrough between Cruadera Kieran Reada, Matta Todd and Jordan Taufu, has again won 8 points.

Half of the Hurricanes TJ Perenara, in the record 127th franchise show, made an attempt at 61 minutes to keep the heart in the last quarter.

Visitors have often been attacked in the last few minutes, and they have failed to achieve a vital breakthrough, and cruisers celebrated another final appearance.


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