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Super Rugby interactive: Sat, Mar 30



Welcome to our interactive coverage of Saturday Vodacom Super Rugby matches.

We had three games this morning. The Kings were up first, and pushed the Hurricanes up to the 60-minute mark before going down 46-30. The Chiefs also had to work hard for their 23-16 win over the Blues.

In Canberra the Brumbies needed a questionable last-minute penalty to edge the Vodacom Bulls 23-20.

Later this afternoon we'll have two games. The Toyota Cheetahs host the Rebels at 5:05pm CAT (SA, GMT+2) before the Crusaders run out against the Stormers at 7:10pm. Right here in our blog we will combine live updates, comments and your tweets around the matches, so have your say by including #SSRugby in your tweet, and we'll pull the best ones into this coverage.

Thanks to Yolisa Mkele for taking you through the morning games so expertly, Ken Borland is now in the house, so don't be shy - let him know your thoughts (and don't forget the #SSRugby...)



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