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Feb 13, 2019

Super Rugby starts!

Southern Hemisphere rugby starts up this weekend with the start of the Super Rugby competition. Games will take place in 5 different countries as the teams begin the long road to the title.

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Dec 20, 2018

Super Rugby starts early next year.

Super Rugby starts in February 2019 and the draw is now at Check out when all the games are being played and when teams are at home for their matches.

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Nov 25, 2018

Canada take the last RWC 2019 position

Canada take the last remaining RWC 2019 place with a win over Hong Kong in Marseille. The 27-10 win gave them first place in the reperchage tournament and they now go into Pool B in the RWC.

Their first match in the RWC will be against Italy before they play the other Pool teams, New Zealand, South Africa and Namibia.

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Sep 21, 2018

2013 Heineken Cup

Find out what happened in the 2013 Heineken Cup, Europe's premier club rugby competition

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Jul 29, 2018

Super Rugby Final is on this week

The final match of the 2018 Super Rugby season is to be played this weekend. The Crusaders from New Zealand will play the Lions from South Africa, in Christchurch.

The Crusaders beat the Hurricanes 30-12 to get to get to their 13th final appearance. The Lions beat the Waratahs 44-26 to get to their 3rd consecutive final. They will be hoping to finally win one.

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Jul 16, 2018

And then there were 8.

The Super Rugby play-offs start this weekend with the top 8 teams fronting up to try and progress through to the final. There are 4 teams from New Zealand, 2 from South Africa, 1 from Australia and, for the first time, the Jaguares from Argentina.

The vagaries of the conference system give the Lions (against the Jaguares) and Waratahs (against the Highlanders) home matches despite not having the points of other teams so they will be looking to make the most of their advantage.

The Sharks prize for scraping into the play-offs with their win in the last game of the regular season is a trip to play the Crusaders in Christchurch, while the Hurricanes and the Chiefs go at it again, this time in Wellington.

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