Hurricanes prop Tyrel Lomax has been suspended for 3 weeks for his high shot on Blues fullback Stephen Perofeta on Saturday night.
Lomax was red-carded ealry in the second half of the Hurricanes' 24-15 defeat. He has now been suspended from all forms of the game up to and including March 27.
Jaguares hooker Santiago Socino has been cited for his stamp on Craig Burden in the 80th minute of the match against the Sharks in Durban on Saturday.
Socino is alleged to have contravened Law 9.12 which states that a player must now physically or verbally abuse anyone. In this case, physical abuse includes stamping or trampling on an opposition player.
Chiefs centre Anton Lienert-Brown has committed his future to New Zealand by signing a new contract until the end of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Lienert-Brown made his Super Rugby debut as an 18-year-old in 2014 and was handed his first All Blacks cap two years later, with his number of Test appearances now standing at 43. Read more
England maintained their Six Nations title bid with victory against Wales, aided by a scoring return for wing Anthony Watson. The returning Anthony Watson set England on their way to a 33-30 win at home to Wales that kept their Six Nations title challenge on track.
France saw their Grand Slam hopes ended by Scotland on Sunday. A first-half red card for Mohamed Haouas proved France's undoing as they surrendered their unbeaten record in this year's competition at Murrayfield.
The visitors went down 28-17, having led through Damian Penaud when Haouas was dismissed for punching Jamie Ritchie in the face. Sean Maitland subsequently scored either side of half-time, before Stuart McInally and Charles Ollivon traded late tries.
Joe Marler could face a lengthy ban after fondling Alun Wyn Jones
England loosehead prop Joe Marler could face a five month ban for his actions on Alun Wyn Jones in Saturday's Six Nations win over Wales.
The England prop was caught on camera fondling the Wales captain and lock with his actions likely to see him sidelined with a lengthy suspension.
The incident wasn’t spotted by referee Ben O’Keefe, occurred during a fractious and frenetic opening at Twickenham.
According to World Rugby law 9.27: "a player must not do anything that is against the spirit of good sportsmanship". Read more
Red Roses continue unbeated campaign
The Red Roses made it four wins from four in the Women’s Six Nations after a 66-7 victory over Wales at Twickenham Stoop.
In front of 10,974 fans, a record attendance for an England Women ticketed home game outside of a Rugby World Cup, Simon Middleton’s side were dominant throughout the match as they ran in 10 tries and secured the Triple Crown.
England men U20s defeated by Wales in the U20 Six Nations
England men U20s were defeated 23-22 by Wales in the U20 Six Nations Championship at Gloucester’s Kingsholm Stadium.
The hosts trailed 14-5 at the break with Wales scoring tries via Sam Costelow and Bradley Roderic, while Emmanuel Iyogun crossed for Alan Dickens' side.
Second-half scores from George Barton, Sam Crean and Jack Van Poortvliet put England ahead but Costelow's late drop goal, as well as two earlier penalties sealed victory.
Super Rugby Round 6 Wrap Up
The Bulls break their duck, the Reds narrowly miss out, Blues kick into gear and the Sharks and Brumbies march on. Super Rugby delivered its usual healthy dose of intrigue, surprise and excitement in an action-packed Round 6. Read more
Six Nations Team Of Round Four
A shortened round of action following the postponement of Ireland's encounter with Italy but the remaining four teams did not disappoint producing two entertaining fixtures at the weekend.
Fourteen-man France saw their Grand Slam ambitions dissipate against Scotland on a tough afternoon at Murrayfield while England maintained their Six Nations title bid with victory against Wales on Saturday.
There was plenty of talking points this weekend with Les Bleus' winning run halted after Haouas was dismissed for punching Jamie Ritchie in the face in the 37th minute on Sunday while Joe Marler was caught grabbing Jones' crotch. Full Team of Round 4
2020 Super Rugby round six: Top tries