The Jaguares and Crusaders beat the Brumbies and Hurricanes respectively to book their spot in the 2019 Super Rugby final which will take place in Christchurch next weekend.
The Jaguares used their home dominance to their advantage as they blitzed the Brumbies 39-7, running in five tries in the process to continue their brilliant season.
The Crusaders, on the other hand, had to work hard for their victory after the Hurricanes had a second-half surge that gave the Crusaders a real scare before Scott Robertson’s side managed to knuckle down and seal a tight 30-26 victory.
The Super Rugby Final will be between @crusadersrugby  and @JaguaresARG  on Saturday 6 July at Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch, NZ @ 19:35 local time.
SF1: Crusaders beat Hurricanes 30-26
SF2: Jaguares beat Brumbies 39-7https://t.co/1clbgDwp03 pic.twitter.com/9lKH4AUUIS
— Super Rugby (@SuperRugby) June 29, 2019
This will be the Crusaders third Super Rugby final in a row and second at home where they will be looking to make it three championships in as many years.
The Jaguares will travel to New Zeland with a genuine belief that they can knock the tournament’s most decorated team off their perch after having scored 77 points in their playoff games and only having conceded 20.
The final is scheduled for 08:35 GMT at the Orangetheory Stadium in Christchurch.