Super 15 round up on 2BET2

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Updated: April 16, 2012

The Sharks capitalised on a dream start to nail down a 29-23 win over the Blues in their final Vodacom Super Rugby tour match at Eden Park in Auckland on Friday and in so doing keep them well in contention as they head into an extended home leg.

Two late penalties by flyhalf Berrick Barnes saw the Waratahs home 23-18 against the Force in an entertaining Vodacom Super Rugby derby.

Flyhalf Tom Taylor kept the Crusaders in strong Vodacom Super Rugby contention by scoring all his team’s points in their 31-24 win over the table-topping DHL Stormers in Christchurch.

The Brumbies prepared for their visit to South Africa by swatting aside a tame Melbourne Rebels with ease, winning 37-6 in Canberra.

A moment of typical inspired brilliance from Sonny Bill Williams broke the deadlock and enabled the Chiefs to score a 39-33 win over the Toyota Cheetahs in Bloemfontein that takes them to the top of the Vodacom Super Rugby log.

The Vodacom Bulls continued their march forward with a comprehensive thumping of the MTN Lions 32-18 at Coca Cola Park.