Another big weekend of Super Rugby, with some positive news for Aussie fans.
All the action wrapped up right here.
Highlanders vs Hurricanes
The Highlanders have outplayed the Hurricanes in a 30-14 upset that hurts the Wellington side's hopes of qualifying for the finals as New Zealand's top Super Rugby team.
A try to former Australian schoolboys representative prop Tyrel Lomax put the Highlanders in front entering the final quarter and they never looked back on Friday night, stretching their winning sequence in Dunedin to 12 matches.
The hosts scored four tries to two against a Hurricanes team whose lineout faltered badly, forcing them to spend much of the contest in defence.
Tries: Smith, Li, Lomax Naholo
Cons: Sopoaga 2
Pens: Sopoaga 2
Tries: J Barrett, Toomaga-Allen
Cons: B Barrett 2
Blues vs Rebels
An injury to potential Wallabies starter Jordan Uelese has cast a shadow over a drought-breaking win in New Zealand for the Melbourne Rebels, who beat the Blues 20-10.
Uelese lasted just 10 minutes before being involved in a tackle on Akira Ioane, grabbing his left knee as he fell to the ground.
The 21-year-old looked to be in serious pain after the incident and had to be helped off the ground by trainers.
Post-match, a Rebels official said Uelese was going for scans to determine whether he had suffered a strain or a tear to his knee ligament, though he will still link up with the Wallabies on Sunday.
Tries: Meakes 2, D Haylett-Petty
Chiefs vs Crusaders
The Crusaders have rumbled past another Kiwi Super Rugby opponent with a 34-20 win over the Chiefs to edge closer to defending their title.
Authoritative derby wins over the Blues and Hurricanes this month were followed by another muscular performance from the Crusaders' pack on Saturday in Hamilton.
None of their four tries was pretty but they were enough to make it 10 wins in a row and propel their record to 12 from 14.
Tries: Jacobson 2, Wainui
Cons: D McKenzie
Pens: D McKenzie
Tries: Curtis-Bidwell, Todd, Bridge, Romano
Cons: Mounga 3, Hunt
Pens: Mounga 2
Reds vs Waratahs
The Waratahs have run rings around the Reds to go into the June break atop the Australian conference, claiming a 52-41 win.
This was a shootout from start to finish and that was always going to suit the high powered, high scoring Waratahs, who barely broke into a sweat en route to a large majority of their tries.
Bernard Foley was masterful running off the back of a dominant pack, creating space for outside backs which had their opposite numbers figured out.
Tries: Perese, Higginbotham, Tupou, Mafi, Timu, Petaia, Faagase
Cons: Stewart 2, Lucas
Tries: Folau 2, Rona, Wells, Naiyaravoro,Phipps, Gordon, Clark
Cons: Foley 6
Brumbies vs Sunwolves
All parties have been sent home happy in Canberra, with the Test trio emerging unscathed and the Brumbies cruising to a comfortable 41-31 win.
David Pocock, Scott Sio and Allan Alaalatoa were all pulled by coach Dan McKellar with just over 20 minutes remaining at GIO Stadium, the result all but sealed by that point.
They'll be on the first flight out of Canberra to link up with the Wallabies, their Brumbies teammates earning a well deserved break after a second straight win.
Tries: Speight 2, Pocock, McCaffrey, Banks, Muirhead, Cusack
Cons: Lealiifano 2, Hawera
Tries: Emery, van Wyk, Quirk, Ishii
Cons: Parker 4