Add To Super Rugby Excitement With Sportsbet's First Tryscorer MBS

Super Rugby Round Nine promises even more twists and turns this weekend and you can add to the excitement by placing a First Tryscorer bet on any game at Sportsbet, who will refund up to $100 if the first try isn't converted.

Round Nine of this week’s Super Rugby season promises yet more twists and turns at both ends of the table.

Last week’s action threw up one or two surprising results, boosting the confidence of the lower sides and giving some of the higher-placed sides something to think about. And Super Rugby punters can bet in confidence with Sportsbet, who may also have something to think about, if their money back special ends in a hefty number of refunds this weekend.

Simply register with Sportsbet and place a First Tryscorer selection on any Super Rugby Round Nine fixture. Then, if the game’s first try isn’t converted, they will give you back up to $100 of your losing stake.

For more information on Sportbet’s Super Rugby First Tryscorer Money Back Special offer, click here.

Following a week off – thanks to their Round Eight bye – Natal Coastal Sharks will be fresh going into their game against Golden Lions this Sunday. Losing just of their six games so far, Sharks will be hoping to return from Johannesburg with their lead at the top still intact.

The ACT Brumbies are currently two points behind Sharks, having played a game more. Brumbies passed up the chance to return to the summit last time out – following a surprising 32-24 loss to Melbourne Rebels – so they can’t afford another slip-up against Queensland Reds in Brisbane this Friday.

After that scalp over second-placed Brumbies, Rebels have another chance to knock a top-three side off their perch on Saturday – as they travel to Hamilton to take on a Waikato Chiefs side that have drawn each of their last two games.

Free State Central Cheetahs were the second side to claim two points of Chiefs in as many weeks – with their 43-43 draw last week – but remained second-bottom due to Rebel’s impressive win. Cheetahs will be hoping to close the gap between themselves and the Rebels when they take on fourth-bottom Canterbury Crusaders this Saturday, who sit just a further two points above Rebels.