Habana gains most metres

With 103 metres from just 6 runs, Bryan Habana edged Hennie Daniller – who managed 102 metres from 9 runs – as the man who gained the most running metres.

Spotted on the Energade Facebook page were the following stats captured by Rugbystats.com.au based on last weekend’s second round of Super Rugby:

The player in each of the Super Rugby teams who gained the most running metres:

Bryan Habana (Stormers) – 103m from 6 runs

Hennie Daniller (Cheetahs) – 102m from 9 runs

Lwazi Mvovo (Sharks) – 100m from 9 runs

Jacques Engelbrecht (Kings) – 87m from 10 runs

Pierre Spies (Bulls) – 60m from 8 runs


Player who made the most tackles:

David Bulbring (Kings) – 23

Pieter Labuschagne(Cheetahs)  – 14

Arno Botha (Bulls) – 14

Siya Kolisi (Stormers) – 11

Marcell Coetzee and Anton Bresler (Sharks) – 10


Player who coughed up the most turnovers:

Deon Fourie (Stormers) – 7

Adriaan Strauss (Cheetahs) – 5

Andries Strauss (Kings) – 3

Odwa Ndungane (Sharks) – 3

Bulls – No one turned over more than 2

NB – The hooker is allocated the turnover for a lineout that goes awry


Player who missed the most tackles:

Trevor Nyakane (Cheetahs) – 4

Beast Mtawarira (Sharks) – 4

Flip van der Merwe (Bulls) – 4

Elton Jantjies (Stormers) – 3

Kings – No one missed more than 2


    1. Hells Bells Rob – you are right. Thank you. And it seems they hand out the stuffed up lineouts to the hooker!

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