- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Nine
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Eight
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Seven
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Six
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Four
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Three
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round Two
- Super Rugby Team of the Week, Round One
Here's how the Kiwi's rated for round 10.
1-Karl Tu'inukuafe (Blues): The Blues had the wood over the Highlanders until the pushover penalty try - big Karl was a huge part for that.
2-Liam Coltman (Highlanders): He was destructive this week, the best player on the pitch in Dunedin.
3-Tyrel Lomax (Highlanders): One of the form tighthead's in the country, had a huge performance against a very good front row.
4-Patrick Tuipolutu (Blues): Another inspiring performance from the captain - was influential in a fighting loss.
5-Jackson Hemopo (Highlanders): Was everywhere all night, making tackles and supporting runners going forward.
6-Shannon Frizell (Highlanders): Leading the competition in tries for forwards, solidifying his position as the best man for the All Blacks blindside spot.
7-Lachlan Boshier (Chiefs): Was the solid point of a Chiefs scrum which was dominated by the rampaging Lions - leading the NZ conference in tackles made.
8-Elliot Dixon (Highlanders): Three years after becoming an All Black the man from St Bede's College is battling to earn a startingrole in the Highlanders - playing like he means business the last few weeks.
9-TJ Perenara (Hurricanes): He showed his class and experience to get the Hurricanes back into the match with a well taken try - lead the team to a come from behind win.
10-Josh Ioane (Highlanders): Had a great night with the boot and looked the part going forward in a game where selecters would have kept a close eye after the injury of Damian McKenzie.
11-Ben Lam (Hurricanes): A week where the left wingers in New Zealand were surprisingly quiet, Lam had a good game in Tokyo - scoring a try early in the second half to get the Canes back in the game.
12-Ma'a Nonu (Blues): Turned back the clock once again with a gorgeous run slicing the Highlanders defence open to set up the opening try, perhaps further proving his worth to the national side come September.
13-Anton Lienert-Brown (Chiefs): Another player who ticks all the boxes, he does nothing wrong and makes very little mistakes - he was the same against the Lions.
14-Sean Wainui (Chiefs): Was one of the best players on the field for the Chiefs, scoring a try and starting the run where Laulala scored, gets the nod over Matt fades who was also very good.
15-Ben Smith (Highlanders): Mr Reliable at the back, making tackles and creating plays all night long for the Landers.