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Super 15 draw announced


Written by Warren Smith (war1)

Posted in :In the news, Super 14 on 13 Sep 2010 at 09:27
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SANZAR on Monday unveiled a new look, details of the new competition format and the 2011 draw for Super Rugby, the southern hemisphere’s premiere inter-provincial rugby competition

The tournament will be opened when the Hurricanes host the Highlanders in the first of the new-look conference matches.

Week One also has a big north-south derby in New Zealand, where the Blues host the Crusaders.

The Melbourne Rebels open their account when they host the Waratahs, while the only Week One match that isn’t a local derby is when the Brumbies host the Chiefs.

The 2011 Super Rugby schedule:
(Kick-off times are local – daylight savings ends in Australia and New Zealand on April 1)

WEEK ONE
Friday 18 February: Hurricanes v Highlanders, 19.35
Friday 18 February: Rebels v Waratahs, 19.40
Saturday 19 February: Blues v Crusaders, 19.35
Saturday 19 February: Brumbies v Chiefs, 19.40
Saturday 19 February: Sharks v Cheetahs, 17.05
Saturday 19 February: Lions v Bulls, 19.10
Sunday 20 February: Reds v Force, 16.40
Bye: Stormers

WEEK TWO
Friday 25 February: Highlanders v Chiefs, 19.35
Friday 25 February: Rebels v Brumbies, 19.40
Friday 25 February: Cheetahs v Bulls, 19.10
Saturday 26 February: Hurricanes v Crusaders, 19.35
Saturday 26 February: Waratahs v Reds, 19.40
Saturday 26 February: Sharks v Blues, 17.05
Saturday 26 February: Stormers v Lions, 19.10
Bye: Western Force

WEEK THREE
Friday 4 March: Crusaders v Waratahs, 19.35
Friday 4 March: Lions v Blues, 19.10
Saturday 5 March: Chiefs v Rebels, 19.35
Saturday 5 March: Brumbies v Reds, 19.40
Saturday 5 March: Force v Sharks, 19.05
Saturday 5 March: Stormers v Cheetahs, 17.05
Saturday 5 March: Bulls v Highlanders, 19.10
Bye: Hurricanes

WEEK FOUR
Friday 11 March: Crusaders v Brumbies, 19.35
Friday 11 March: Rebels v Sharks, 19.40
Friday 11 March: Stormers v Highlanders, 19.10
Saturday 12 March: Hurricanes v Chiefs, 19.35
Saturday 12 March: Force v Blues, 19.05
Saturday 12 March: Cheetahs v Lions, 17.05
Byes: Bulls, Reds, Waratahs

WEEK FIVE
Friday 18 March: Chiefs v Sharks, 19.35
Friday 18 March: Reds v Rebels, 19.40
Saturday 19 March: Highlanders v Crusaders, 17.30
Saturday 19 March: Blues v Hurricanes, 19.35
Saturday 19 March: Waratahs v Cheetahs, 19.40
Saturday 19 March: Lions v Force, 17.05
Saturday 19 March: Bulls v Stormers, 19.10
Bye: Brumbies

WEEK SIX
Friday 25 March: Crusaders v Sharks, 19.35
Friday 25 March: Rebels v Hurricanes, 19.40
Saturday 26 March: Reds v Cheetahs, 14.40
Saturday 26 March: Chiefs v Blues, 19.35
Saturday 26 March: Brumbies v Waratahs, 19.40
Saturday 26 March: Stormers v Force, 15.00
Saturday 26 March: Bulls v Lions, 17.05
Bye: Highlanders

WEEK SEVEN
Friday 1 April: Highlanders v Brumbies, 19.35
Friday 1 April: Waratahs v Chiefs, 19.40
Saturday 2 April: Blues v Cheetahs, 17.30
Saturday 2 April: Hurricanes v Bulls, 19.35
Saturday 2 April: Force v Rebels, 19.05
Saturday 2 April: Lions v Reds, 15.00
Saturday 2 April: Sharks v Stormers, 17.05
Bye: Crusaders

WEEK EIGHT
Friday 8 April: Highlanders v Cheetahs, 19.35
Saturday 9 April: Crusaders v Bulls, 19.35
Saturday 9 April: Brumbies v Hurricanes, 19.40
Saturday 9 April: Force v Waratahs, 20.05
Saturday 9 April: Stormers v Reds, 17.05
Saturday 9 April: Sharks v Lions, 19.10
Byes: Blues, Chiefs, Rebels

WEEK NINE
Friday 15 April: Chiefs v Crusaders, 19.35
Friday 15 April: Rebels v Highlanders, 19.40
Saturday 16 April: Blues v Waratahs, 19.35
Saturday 16 April: Reds v Bulls, 19.40
Saturday 16 April: Lions v Stormers, 17.05
Saturday 16 April: Cheetahs v Hurricanes, 19.10
Sunday 17 April: Brumbies v Force, 16.10
Bye: Sharks

WEEK 10
Friday 22 April: Blues v Rebels, 19.35
Saturday 23 April: Crusaders v Highlanders, 19.35
Saturday 23 April: Reds v Waratahs, 19.40
Saturday 23 April: Force v Bulls, 20.05
Saturday 23 April: Sharks v Hurricanes, 17.05
Saturday 23 April: Lions v Chiefs, 19.10
Byes: Brumbies, Cheetahs, Stormers

WEEK 11
Friday 29 April: Highlanders v Blues, 19.35
Saturday 30 April: Hurricanes v Reds, 19.35
Saturday 30 April: Waratahs v Rebels, 19.40
Saturday 30 April: Force v Crusaders, 20.05
Saturday 30 April: Cheetahs v Brumbies, 15.00
Saturday 30 April: Bulls v Chiefs, 17.05
Saturday 30 April: Stormers v Sharks, 19.10
Bye: Lions

WEEK 12
Friday 6 May: Hurricanes v Blues, 19.35
Friday 6 May: Rebels v Reds, 19.40
Friday 6 May: Lions v Cheetahs, 19.10
Saturday 7 May: Chiefs v Highlanders, 19.35
Saturday 7 May: Waratahs v Force, 19.40
Saturday 7 May: Stormers v Crusaders, 17.05
Saturday 7 May: Sharks v Brumbies, 19.10
Bye: Bulls

WEEK 13
Friday 13 May: Highlanders v Hurricanes, 19.35
Friday 13 May: Reds v Blues, 19.40
Saturday 14 May: Chiefs v Stormers, 19.35
Saturday 14 May: Brumbies v Lions, 19.40
Saturday 14 May: Bulls v Rebels, 17.05
Saturday 14 May: Cheetahs v Crusaders, 19.10
Byes: Force, Sharks, Waratahs

WEEK 14
Friday 20 May: Blues v Stormers, 19.35
Saturday 21 May: Crusaders v Chiefs, 19.35
Saturday 21 May: Waratahs v Lions, 19.40
Saturday 21 May: Force v Brumbies, 20.05
Saturday 21 May: Cheetahs v Rebels, 17.05
Saturday 21 May: Sharks v Bulls, 19.10
Byes: Hurricanes, Highlanders, Reds

WEEK 15
Friday 27 May: Hurricanes v Force, 19.35
Saturday 28 May: Highlanders v Lions, 19.35
Saturday 28 May: Brumbies v Stormers, 19.40
Saturday 28 May: Sharks v Waratahs, 17.05
Saturday 28 May: Bulls v Cheetahs, 19.10
Sunday 29 May: Reds v Crusaders, 16.10
Byes: Blues, Chiefs, Rebels

WEEK 16
Friday 3 June: Highlanders v Force, 19.35
Friday 3 June: Rebels v Stormers, 19.40
Friday 3 June: Bulls v Waratahs, 19.10
Saturday 4 June: Hurricanes v Lions, 17.30
Saturday 4 June: Blues v Chiefs, 19.35
Saturday 4 June: Reds v Brumbies, 19.40
Saturday 4 June: Cheetahs v Sharks, 17.05
Bye: Crusaders

WEEK 17
Friday 10 June: Chiefs v Hurricanes, 19.35
Friday 10 June: Brumbies v Rebels, 19.40
Saturday 11 June: Crusaders v Blues, 19.35
Saturday 11 June: Waratahs v Highlanders, 19.40
Saturday 11 June: Force v Reds, 20.05
Saturday 11 June: Lions v Sharks 1605
Saturday 11 June: Stormers v Bulls 1810
Bye: Cheetahs

WEEK 18
Friday 17 June: Blues v Highlanders, 19.35
Friday 17 June: Rebels v Force, 19.40
Saturday 18 June: Chiefs v Reds, 17.30
Saturday 18 June: Crusaders v Hurricanes, 19.35
Saturday 18 June: Waratahs v Brumbies, 19.40
Saturday 18 June: Bulls v Sharks, 17.05
Saturday 18 June: Cheetahs v Stormers, 19.10
Bye: Lions

The finals:

Week One – Friday 24 and Saturday 25 June
Team One and Team Two have a bye
Qualifier One: Team Three v Team Six
Qualifier Two: Team Four v Team Five

Week Two – Friday 1 and Saturday 2 July
Semifinal One: Team One v Lowest ranked qualifier winner
Semifinal Two: Team Two v Highest ranked qualifier winner

Week Three – Saturday 9 July
Final: Winner of Semifinal One v Winner of Semifinal Two



62 Comments

  • OK, let’s discuss the Super 15 draw on this thread

  • Comment 1, posted at 13.09.10 09:28:38 by war1 Reply
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  • We are touring early again :???:

  • Comment 2, posted at 13.09.10 09:34:36 by Jarson Reply
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  • Force, Rebels, Chiefs and Crusaders overseas. We should manage at least 3 wins overthere.

  • Comment 3, posted at 13.09.10 09:38:29 by Jarson Reply
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  • Last Man Standing is goin to be a nightmare :mrgreen:

  • Comment 4, posted at 13.09.10 09:44:53 by Jarson Reply
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  • So each team gets 2 bye in the round robin stages, that might help a bit

  • Comment 5, posted at 13.09.10 09:46:29 by Jarson Reply
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  • so what happened to the format of domestic conferences? at least this way LMS is still the same format

  • Comment 6, posted at 13.09.10 09:49:58 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 6) : 15 teams with 18 rounds. It has to change something somewhere :???:

  • Comment 7, posted at 13.09.10 09:55:11 by Jarson Reply
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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 6) : except that we have 15 teams and 18 rounds :)

  • Comment 8, posted at 13.09.10 09:59:27 by robdylan Reply
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  • We will have to give each punter 3 “bye” picks during the season. That is going to make life a lot easier, so the lifeline has to go, I’m afraid.

  • Comment 9, posted at 13.09.10 10:00:40 by robdylan Reply
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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 6) : I think????? Will have to see when I access the schedule from a pc and not my phone.

    So the S15 finishes 9 july, 3N goes from 23 july to 27 aug and the RWC starts 9 Sept.

    How many players will break down?
    A few divorces on the cards?
    Where does the CC fit in?

  • Comment 10, posted at 13.09.10 10:03:07 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • This is absolute madness !!!!

  • Comment 11, posted at 13.09.10 10:04:29 by SharksRTB Reply

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  • Lions get a two week rest!

  • Comment 12, posted at 13.09.10 10:05:18 by Greg Reply

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  • I see the odd little Sunday game has crept in.. Nice.

  • Comment 13, posted at 13.09.10 10:08:57 by Oubaas2009 Reply

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  • @Oubaas2009 (Comment 13) : yeah tell that to the missus haha!

  • Comment 14, posted at 13.09.10 10:28:48 by ruggabugga Reply

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  • @Jarson (Comment 3) : decent away draw for a change ??!!

  • Comment 15, posted at 13.09.10 10:29:45 by ruggabugga Reply

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  • Super 15 Phase One
    The tournament will start with a series of teams playing the other teams in their own conference. Teams will not travel out of their home country at this stage and they will play each team in their conference. (4 Matches per team)

    Super 15 Phase Two
    After the first round of conference games the teams will then play four of the five teams in each of the other two conferences. Under this format it is possibly that a team such as the Bulls could miss out on playing the Crusaders one year as the teams will play four of the five teams in the other conferences. They could however meet in the play offs.

    These eight games will be a mix of home and away games as they are with the Super14. (Another 8 Matches = 12 in total so far)

    Super 15 Phase Three
    The tournament will then return to a conference format again and another round of domestic challenges as in Phase One but with the venues reversed. This means that each team in a conference will have a home and an away match with their fellow conference teams by the end of the tournament. (Another 4 matches)

    Once these three stages are complete teams will have played a total of 16 round-robin games.

    A winner from each conference will be determined from the results in the previous three stages. Each conference will have one winner and therefore Australia, South Africa and New Zealand will each be gauranteed to have one team participating in the finals..

    SOMETHING DOES NOT MATCH UP. THe right hand is not knowing what the left is doing. In Phase 1 “will not travel out of home country” but we play the Force and Rebels away. Totally confusing

  • Comment 16, posted at 13.09.10 10:30:42 by Stef Reply

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  • That’s a comp lasting basically half a year!! :lol: :lol:

    Unbelievable. :lol:

  • Comment 17, posted at 13.09.10 10:39:38 by klempie Reply

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  • Wait a minute….what the hell happened to the national conferences?? :roll:

  • Comment 18, posted at 13.09.10 10:42:24 by klempie Reply

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  • It’s funny cos O’Neill was SOOOOOO adamant that the Super14 format was in need of a refresh and that the national conferences would resolve the “worn out” format. Idiot.

  • Comment 19, posted at 13.09.10 10:52:44 by klempie Reply

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  • No wait a second. There ARE conferences. But it’s completely bizarre! The national conferences are interleaved with the cross-conference fixtures. WTF is the point of that?? :roll:

  • Comment 20, posted at 13.09.10 11:06:18 by klempie Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 6) : @robdylan (Comment 9) :

    Sadly, you boys have some work cut out for you. The national conferences are going ahead…and you will have to factor cross-conference fixtures in as well! Good luck with all that! :lol:

  • Comment 21, posted at 13.09.10 11:08:09 by klempie Reply

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  • klempie (Comment 20) : Exactly my point. They had a long schematic discussion with arrows moving tthe works to explain each phase as in comment 16 and when the fixtures came out …. they forgot about it. HMMMMM

  • Comment 22, posted at 13.09.10 11:12:20 by Stef Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 21) : nah nah nah mate.

    We can essentially ignore the conferences from the perspective of LMS, cos there’s still essentially a global fixture list. It’s still a single list of fixtures, with three different logs.

  • Comment 23, posted at 13.09.10 11:21:30 by robdylan Reply
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  • @robdylan (Comment 23) : No you can’t. It will have an inherent biases in it because of the fact that national conferences play each other home and away while cross-conference fixtures are only played one AND don’t cover all the other teams. Some teams will have easy draws while conferences will also not be equal in strength. E.g. Aussie teams will have relatively soft fixture list compared to NZ and Saffer ones.

  • Comment 24, posted at 13.09.10 12:51:37 by klempie Reply

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  • There is no chance that I am paying my DSTV subs for this crap competition.

  • Comment 25, posted at 13.09.10 14:08:13 by Uli Reply
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  • @klempie (Comment 24) : but how does that prevent you picking one winner each weekend from a list of 15 teams?

  • Comment 26, posted at 13.09.10 14:10:54 by robdylan Reply
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  • @Stef (Comment 16) :

    @klempie (Comment 18) :

    The answer is in the other article that explains that the S14 will work in a different format in RWC years than other years.

    The one above is the RWC format which has no conferences. the intervening (delibirate use of the word) years will se the conference format being played.

  • Comment 27, posted at 13.09.10 14:22:29 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 26) : That’s how LMS works? Geez…do people on this website not have bigger challenges to tackle on the weekend? :roll:

  • Comment 28, posted at 13.09.10 14:23:27 by klempie Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 28) : why don’t you try play it before writing it off as trivial?

    If it’s as easy as you say it is, I’m sure you’ll win the next competition hands down.

  • Comment 29, posted at 13.09.10 14:26:35 by robdylan Reply
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  • @robdylan (Comment 29) : Oh please. :roll:

  • Comment 30, posted at 13.09.10 14:27:27 by klempie Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 29) : If LMS required you to guess the result on ALL games THAT would be a good challenge.

  • Comment 31, posted at 13.09.10 14:28:27 by klempie Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 28) :

    Haha.. lets se you win it, Chump..

  • Comment 32, posted at 13.09.10 14:28:46 by Richard Ferguson Reply
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  • @klempie (Comment 31) :

    You sure have a big mouth.. Strange how your name is not on the LMS board.. Scared much?

  • Comment 33, posted at 13.09.10 14:29:31 by Richard Ferguson Reply
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  • @Richard Ferguson (Comment 33) : No. I just don’t have the level of commitment required for ensuring I make a pick every week.

  • Comment 34, posted at 13.09.10 14:31:43 by klempie Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 34) :

    Must be a busy man..

  • Comment 35, posted at 13.09.10 14:33:50 by Richard Ferguson Reply
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  • @Richard Ferguson (Comment 35) : I do alright…

  • Comment 36, posted at 13.09.10 14:34:38 by klempie Reply

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  • So the Sharks fixtures are

    Cheetahs
    Blues
    Force
    Rebels
    Chiefs
    Crusaders
    Stormers
    Lions
    Bye
    Hurricanes
    Stormers
    brumbies
    Bye
    Bulls
    Waratahs
    Cheetahs
    Lions
    Bulls

    So we don’t play the Highlanders or the Reds next season. unless we meet them in the play-offs.

  • Comment 37, posted at 13.09.10 14:36:40 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 31) :

    First manage to survive one season of regular LMS then we’ll let you try and pick all the games.

  • Comment 38, posted at 13.09.10 14:37:42 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 38) : Like I said, I really don’t have the time…or the motivation.

  • Comment 39, posted at 13.09.10 14:38:50 by klempie Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 30) :

    No really. PLEASE? from us to you. Put your money where your mouth is.

  • Comment 40, posted at 13.09.10 14:38:51 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 31) : isn’t that what superbru already does? Or are you too clever to play that too?

  • Comment 41, posted at 13.09.10 14:39:09 by robdylan Reply
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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 37) : correct.

    Which of the SA teams misses out on the Saders? Any of them?

  • Comment 42, posted at 13.09.10 14:40:21 by robdylan Reply
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  • @klempie (Comment 39) :

    Dude “I” will personally credit you the 5 points for the one less comment you will be able to make on SW while you have to go to http://www.JustRugby.net to select ONE winning team each week.

  • Comment 43, posted at 13.09.10 14:40:46 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 41) : It’s not about being clever. It’s about being lucky enough and having enough free time to put into winning nothing more than bragging rights.

  • Comment 44, posted at 13.09.10 14:41:49 by klempie Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 42) :

    Will check now but there should be someone, because each one of us will miss one of them and it will be a different one.

    I will do a coloured spread sheet like we had previous seasons showing the matches in the next few days.

  • Comment 45, posted at 13.09.10 14:42:06 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 43) : Hmmm…you drive a hard bargain. :lol:

  • Comment 46, posted at 13.09.10 14:42:32 by klempie Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 42) :

    The Lions

  • Comment 47, posted at 13.09.10 14:43:41 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 46) :

    There is a catch. if you don’t go through undefeated then oyu lose ALL your points.

    Deal?

    It should be no problem, the competition is EASY, you said so yourself. :razz:

  • Comment 48, posted at 13.09.10 14:44:51 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 48) : I didn’t say it was easy. I said it wasn’t very challenging. There’s a subtle but important difference.

  • Comment 49, posted at 13.09.10 14:46:11 by klempie Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 47) : typical…

  • Comment 50, posted at 13.09.10 14:52:03 by robdylan Reply
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  • The SA teams miss games against

    Sharks – Highlanders, Reds
    Lions – Crusaders, Rebels
    Cheetahs – Chiefs , Force
    Stormers – Hurricanes, Waratahs
    Bulls – Blues, Brumbies

  • Comment 51, posted at 13.09.10 14:56:04 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • @KSA Pink Shark © (Comment 51) : Stormers actually get the best deal overall

  • Comment 52, posted at 13.09.10 14:58:59 by robdylan Reply
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  • Looking forward to defending my bragging rights !

    Do i get a Cup for running the other 68 competitors into the dirt on the SW Pool on SB for the Tri Nations ! ;-)

    PS Looking forward to Fantasy League Rugby next season !

  • Comment 53, posted at 13.09.10 15:23:53 by Hertford Highlander Reply
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  • @Hertford Highlander (Comment 53) :

    I believe you Do get a second cup.

    Bloody show off. :razz:

  • Comment 54, posted at 13.09.10 16:13:01 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • Stormers:
    Not playing: Canes & Tahs

    Newlands:
    Highlanders, Force, Reds, Crusaders

    Tour:
    Chiefs, Blues, Brumbies, Rebels

    Still cant figure the byes, our teams will play one week in SA next week in NZ/Aus. Stormers will play Crusaders on Newlands and next week the Chiefs in NZ, Rebells in Aus, Brutes in the Ring the next week.

    All in all there is something serious missing in the S15 format. Hate the bloody change.

  • Comment 55, posted at 13.09.10 16:19:37 by PaarlBok Reply

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  • @Hertford Highlander (Comment 53) : Why does NZ have to be on the other side of the world?? :roll:

    I had to come into the office at 11 last night so I could make a call to Central Districts Cricket. You know, NZ’s economy would do so much better if you just bothered to move it a few timezones west! :roll:

  • Comment 56, posted at 13.09.10 16:19:42 by klempie Reply

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  • @klempie (Comment 56) : That would probably be easier,(or less challenging) than winning LMS
    :idea: :idea:

  • Comment 57, posted at 13.09.10 16:32:04 by Greg Reply

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  • @Greg (Comment 57) : Are you not very good at LMS?? :twisted:

  • Comment 58, posted at 13.09.10 16:36:02 by klempie Reply

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  • @Hertford Highlander (Comment 53) : did you win it? Nice… will sort out your Cup

  • Comment 59, posted at 13.09.10 16:44:54 by robdylan Reply
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  • @robdylan (Comment 59) :

    Top 5

    1 H Highlander 16.50
    2 brighton75 15.75
    3 Punter 15.75
    4 78th Minute Man 15.50
    5 IceBabe 15.25

  • Comment 60, posted at 13.09.10 16:49:27 by KSA Pink Shark © Reply

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  • sharks vs cheetahs – what a way to start :roll:

  • Comment 61, posted at 13.09.10 16:54:55 by rekinek (back to rugby) Reply
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  • I think you can kiss the Currie cup goodbye next year. the teams are going to have to have a big squad to pick from for the super 15 next year.

  • Comment 62, posted at 14.09.10 12:41:36 by pete69 Reply

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