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Lions (3) 17 / 25 (15) Crusaders (Final Score)

The Emirates Lions and Crusaders did battle in the Super Rugby 2017 final at

Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg, South Africa at 16:00 SA Time (14:00 GMT, Sunday 02:00 NZ Time).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & M-Net on TV in SA.

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Lions (10) 44 / 29 (22) Hurricanes (Final Score)

The Emirates Lions and Hurricanes did battle in a Super Rugby 2017 semi-final at

Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg, South Africa at 14:30 SA Time (12:30 GMT, Sunday 00:30 NZ Time).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & M-Net on TV in SA.

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Chiefs (13) 28 / 10 (10) Brumbies (Final Score)

The Chiefs and Brumbies did battle in Super Rugby 2017 at

FMG Stadium (Waikato Stadium), Hamilton, New Zealand at 07:15 SA Time (17:15 NZ Time, 15:15 AEST, 05:15 GMT).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & CSN on TV in SA.

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Sunwolves (14) 48 / 21 (21) Blues (Final Score)

The Sunwolves and Blues did battle in Super Rugby 2017 at

Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo, Japan at 05:05 SA Time (12:05 Japanese Time, 15:05 NZ Time, 03:05 GMT).

This was the live match discussion Article.

The match was broadcast LIVE on SuperSport 1 & CSN on TV in SA.

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The Cheetahs and the Kings will not play Super Rugby in 2018. SA Rugby confirmed the news on Friday, with the Cheetahs having agreed to a settlement.

Both the Kings and the Cheetahs agreed that they would be seeking other international opportunities, with a move to the Pro12 in Europe reportedly an option.

The Cheetahs had an agreement in place to play Super Rugby until 2020, but the board of the franchise decided on an amicable settlement with SA Rugby.

“The board of the Cheetahs has reviewed the team’s future and is extremely positive about the prospect of appearing in alternative international competitions,” Cheetahs CEO Harold Verster said.

“It will be an exciting challenge for our players, supporters and commercial partners and will be the start of a new chapter for rugby both in our region and in South Africa. Also, it will allow the Cheetahs to carve out a new and prominent place on the rugby map in South Africa as well as internationally.”

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