Sunwolves to continue hunt for win in Canberra

Hayden Parker #22 of Sunwolves attempts to pass the ball during the Super Rugby round 2 match between Sunwolves and Brumbies at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground on February 24, 2018, in Tokyo, Japan. Picture: ZIMBIO

HITO-Communications Sunwolves’ Hayden Parker goes into this weekend’s Super Rugby games having slotted 29 of his 30 attempts at goal this season.
The Sunwolves who remain on the hunt for their maiden Super Rugby win away from home, having lost their previous 20 away games by an average margin of 29 points per game will play the ACT Brumbies at GIO Stadium in Canberra this Sunday, May 3.
SANZAAR media clarified that the Brumbies have won each of the previous two games between these teams, winning by 61 points in Round 14.
The Brumbies will be looking for back-to-back wins in Super Rugby for the first time in exactly one year.
They have two penalty goals scored against them per match this season, more than any other team in the competition, while the Sunwolves have had the fewest slotted against them.

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