September 22, 2014 08:59 AM

Round Five of the Buildcorp NRC saw more attacking Rugby with 28 tries across the round being scored. Melbourne Rising continued its excellent run in the competition by defeating the Charles Sturt University NSW Country Eagles in Orange in Central West NSW.

Australian Rugby Union’s new domestic competition, the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, continues tonight with Bond University Queensland Country hosting the PCS Greater Sydney Rams at Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane. 

It was yet another points-fest this week in the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, with over 250 points and 37 tries scored across the four matches.

Australian Rugby Union’s new domestic competition, the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, continues tonight with Melbourne Rising hosting the Property Club Perth Spirit at AAMI Park, Melbourne. 

Round three of the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship has finished with a staggering 276 points and 39 tries scored across the four matches. 

Australian Rugby Union’s new domestic competition, the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, continues tonight with the Macquarie University North Harbour Rays hosting the Charles Sturt University NSW Country Eagles at Brookvale Oval. 

Round two of the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship has wrapped up with a total of 30 tries being scored across the four matches.

Australian Rugby Union’s new domestic competition, the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, continues tonight with a match between the People Culture Strategies Greater Sydney Rams and the University of Canberra Vikings, which will be broadcast live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS.

Australian Director of Rugby Sevens Geraint John has thrown his backing behind the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, revealing that contracted players from the Rugby Sevens program will be released for NRC duty if the situation is right for all parties.

Round one of the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship has wrapped up with a total of 35 tries being scored across the four matches with 66 non Super Rugby players getting experience on a National stage.