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2008 Queensland Reds season

This article covers the 2008 results and statistics of Super Rugby side, the Reds.

Trial Matches

Regular season

Week 1

19:05 2008-02-15
Reds 22–16 Highlanders
Tries: John Roe (2), Clinton Schifcofske
Con: Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Pen: Clinton Schifcofske
Tries:Adam Thomson
Con: Mike Delany
Pen: Paul Williams (2), Daniel Bowden
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 19,183
Referee: Marius Jonker South Africa

Week 2

19:35 2008-02-22
Hurricanes 23–18 Reds
Tries: Tane Tu’ipulotu, Ma'a Nonu
Con: Jimmy Gopperth (2)
Pen: Jimmy Gopperth (3)
Tries: Van Humphries, John Roe
Con: Clinton Schifcofske
Pen: Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Attendance: 15,682
Referee: Mark Lawrence South Africa

Week 3

19:40 2008-03-01
Brumbies 43–11 Reds
Tries:Mark Chisholm (2), Mark Gerrard, Ben Alexander, Peter Playford, Stephen Hoiles
Con:Mark Gerrard (5)
Pen:Mark Gerrard
Tries: John Roe,
Pen:Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Canberra Stadium, Canberra
Attendance: 15,244
Referee: Lyndon Bray New Zealand

Week 4

19:05 2008-03-08
Reds 16 – 34 Stormers
Tries: Chris Latham, Leroy Houston
Con:
Pen:
Drop: Berrick Barnes (2)
Tries: Peter Grant, Luke Watson, Tonderai Chavhanga, Bolla Conradie
Con: Peter Grant (4)
Pen: Peter Grant (2)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 17,830
Referee: Chris Pollock New Zealand

Week 5

19:05 2008-03-15
Reds 40 – 8 Bulls
Tries: Chris Latham, Peter Hynes, Clinton Schifcofske, Morgan Turinui, John Roe
Con: Clinton Schifcofske (3)
Pen: Clinton Schifcofske (3)
Tries: Fourie du Preez
Con:
Pen: Derick Hougaard
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 14,411
Referee: Lyndon Bray New Zealand

Week 6

17:00 2008-03-22
Lions 24 – 24 Reds
Tries:Joe van Niekerk, Rayno Benjamin
Con:Jano Vermaak
Pen:Jano Vermaak (3)
Drop:Jano Vermaak
Tries:Peter Hynes, Rodney Blake, Chris Latham
Con:Clinton Schifcofske (3)
Pen:Clinton Schifcofske
Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Attendance: 5,221
Referee: Bryce Lawrence New Zealand

Week 7

Week 8

17:00 2008-04-05
Cheetahs 29– 14 Reds
Tries:Rory Duncan, Meyer Bosman, Duanne Vermeulen, JW Jonker
Con:Jacques-Louis Potgieter (3)
Pen:
Drop:Jacques-Louis Potgieter
Tries:Charlie Fetoai, Brando Va'aulu
Con:Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Pen:

Week 9

Bye
Chiefs Reds

Week 10

19:40 2008-04-18
Reds 29 – 12 Force
Tries: Leroy Houston, Morgan Turinui, Andrew Walker
Con: Clinton Schifcofske
Pen: Clinton Schifcofske (3), Berrick Barnes
Tries:
Con:
Pen: Cameron Shepherd (4)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 18,084
Referee: Stuart Dickinson Australia

Week 11

19:35 2008-04-26
Chiefs 32 – 20 Reds
Tries:Lelia Masaga (2), Stephen Donald, Sione Lauaki
Con: Stephen Donald (3)
Pen: Stephen Donald (2)
Tries:Morgan Turinui (2), Digby Ioane
Con: Clinton Schifcofske
Pen:
Drop: Berrick Barnes

Week 12

19:35 2008-05-02
Reds 22 – 35 Blues
Tries:David Croft, Van Humphries, Peter Hynes
Con:Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Pen:Clinton Schifcofske
Tries:Jerome Kaino, Isa Nacewa, Kurtis Haiu, Taniela Moa
Con:Nick Evans (3)
Pen:Nick Evans (2)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Referee: Marius Jonker South Africa

Week 13

19:40 2008-05-10
Reds 21 – 27 Crusaders
Tries:James Horwill, Peter Hynes, Quade Cooper
Con: Clinton Schifcofske (3)
Pen:
Tries:Kieran Read, Kade Poki, Ali Williams, Daniel Carter
Con: Daniel Carter (2)
Pen: Stephen Brett
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 21,768
Referee: Mark Lawrence South Africa

Week 14

19:40 2008-05-17
Reds 11 – 18 Waratahs
Tries:Peter Hynes
Pen:Clinton Schifcofske (2)
Tries:Dean Mumm, Wycliff Palu
Con:Kurtley Beale
Pen:Kurtley Beale (2)
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 27,688
Referee: Matt Goddard Australia

Table

2008 Super 14 Table

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Pos Name Pld W D L F A +/- BP Pts
1 New Zealand Crusaders 13 11 0 2 369 176 +193 8 52
2 Australia Waratahs 13 9 1 3 255 186 +69 5 43
3 South Africa Sharks 13 9 1 3 271 209 +62 4 42
4 New Zealand Hurricanes 13 8 1 4 310 204 +106 7 41
5 South Africa Stormers 13 8 1 4 269 211 +58 7 41
6 New Zealand Blues 13 8 0 5 354 267 +87 8 40
7 New Zealand Chiefs 13 7 0 6 348 349 -1 6 34
8 Australia Force 13 7 0 6 247 278 -31 4 32
9 Australia Brumbies 13 6 0 7 277 317 -40 6 30
10 South Africa Bulls 13 6 0 7 324 347 -23 4 28
11 New Zealand Highlanders 13 3 0 10 257 338 -81 7 19
12 Australia Reds 13 3 1 9 258 323 -65 4 18
13 South Africa Cheetahs 13 1 0 12 255 428 -173 9 13
14 South Africa Lions 13 2 1 10 206 367 -161 2 12
Updated 2008-05-17

Table notes

  • Pos = Table Position
  • Pld = Played
  • W = Win (Worth 4 points)
  • D = Draw (Worth 2 points)
  • L = Loss (Worth 0 points)
  • F = For (Total points scored)
  • A = Against (Total points scored against)
  • +/- = Points difference (The total of For minus Against points)
  • BP = Bonus Point
    • Teams can score up to two additional bonus points in each regular season match. One bonus point will be awarded to any team that scores four tries or more in a single game, regardless of win/loss/draw. A bonus point will also be awarded to the losing side if the margin of loss is 7 points or less. Only the losing side can achieve the maximum 2 bonus points.
  • Pts = Progressive points tally

Leading Points Scorers

Tries

Points

References

External links

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