Ace leads SuperBru S15 pool

    2012-04-23 07:59
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    Cape Town - Ace, better known as Rohann Olivier, leads in the Sport24 SuperBru Super Rugby challenge after Week 9 of this year's competition.

    Ace correctly predicted all six results in the ninth weekend of matches, giving him 47 correct picks from the 60 matches played to date!

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    Ace sits atop the Sport24 pool which consists of 1 673 players.

    Editor Garrin Lambley leads the Sport24 charge in 267th position, followed by Content Producer Dominic Valentine in 424th spot, with Chief Writer Rob Houwing in 537th spot. Content Producers Herman Mostert and Raymond Silinga lie 425th and 1 413rd respectively.

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