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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 6 of Super Rugby 2017!

There is 1 game on Friday 31 March 2017, 5 games on Saturday 1 April 2017 and 1 game on Sunday 2 April 2017.

Four teams have BYE weekends this week, the Brumbies, Southern Kings, Jaguares and Sunwolves.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Highlanders and Melbourne Rebels in Dunedin, at 08:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, , 17:35 AEDT, 06:35 GMT).

The action starts pretty early on Saturday, with the Blues hosting the Western Force in Auckland at 06:15 SA Time (17:15 NZ Time, 12:15 AWST, 04:15 GMT)

The first South African team to see action is the Vodacom Bulls, in Hamilton when they play away against the Chiefs, on Saturday morning 1 April 2017 at 08:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 06:35 GMT).

The third game of Saturday morning is when the Reds host the Hurricanes in Brisbane at 10:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 21:45 NZ Time, 08:45 GMT).

A few hours later, on Saturday afternoon, the DHL Stormers host the Toyota Cheetahs in Cape Town at 15:05 SA Time (13:05 GMT). The Emirates Lions host the Cell C Sharks in Johannesburg at 17:15 SA Time (15:15 GMT).

The last game of the Round is in Sydney, Australia on Sunday when the Waratahs host the Crusaders at 08:05 SA Time (17:05 AEST, 19:05 NZ Time, 06:05 GMT).

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Super RugbyThis week it is Round 5 of Super Rugby 2017!

There are 2 games on Friday 24 March 2017 and 6 games on Saturday 25 March 2017.

Two teams have BYE weekends this week, the Hurricanes and Chiefs.

The action kicks off on Friday with the game between the Crusaders and Western Force in Christchurch, at 08:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, , 14:35 AWST, 06:35 GMT), whereafter the Melbourne Rebels host the Waratahs in Melbourne at 10:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 08:45 GMT).

The first South African team to see action is the Vodacom Bulls, in North Harbour when they play away against the Blues, on Saturday morning 24 March 2017 at 08:35 SA Time (19:35 NZ Time, 06:35 GMT).

The second game of Saturday morning is when the Brumbies host the Highlanders in Canberra at 10:45 SA Time (19:45 AEST, 21:45 NZ Time, 08:45 GMT, then followed by the Sunwolves who host the DHL Stormers in Singgapore at 12:55 SA Time (19:55 Singapore Time, 10:55 GMT).

A few hours later, on Saturday afternoon, the Southern Kings host the Emirates Lions in Port Elizabeth at 15:05 SA Time (13:05 GMT). The Toyota Cheetahs host the Cell C Sharks in Bloemfontein at 17:15 SA Time (15:15 GMT).

The last game of the Round is in Buenos Aires, Argentina where the Jaguares host the Reds at 23:40 SA Time (19:40 Arg Time, 21:40 GMT, Sunday 07:40 AEST).

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Super RugbyIt is Round 8 of Super Rugby 2014 this weekend! We have 7 games in Round 8, with 2 games on Friday and 5 games on Saturday.

The Cell C Sharks have their 2nd bye weekend.

In June / July 2014 the Antipodian teams will catch up in played games with the South African counterparts, when the South African sides sit out for 1 Round.

The Combined Log will therefore be skewed for the majority of the competition and one has to question why individual countries are allowed to start such a long competition ahead of it’s rivals. In 2013 the Australian sides started a week early, but at least they had the excuse that they needed an extra week in the middle of the year to prepare for the British & Irish Lions series, which they lost.

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SIX-NationsWales, France, Ireland, England, Scotland and Italy have named thie teams for the weekend’s Six Nations action.

Wales named 6 changes in their side for the clash against Scotland.

France made 4 changes to their side, including bringing back Gael Fickou, for their clash against Ireland on the weekend.

Ireland made just 1 change to their side to face France.

England made no changes to their starting side and has made only 1 change on the bench, bringing back Manusamoa Tuilagi in the place of Alex Goode, for their clash with Italy in Rome.

After initially only naming the forwards and sweating over the composition of his backline, Scotland coach, Scott Johnson, has named his backline, with Edinburgh winger Dougie Fife winning his first cap.

Italy coach, Jacques Brunel, has made 3 changes to the Italy side, to face England, with Sergio Parisse returning to the fold and leading the team.

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Super RugbySuper Rugby is already in Round 3! We have 7 games in Round 3, with 3 games on Friday and 4 games on Saturday.

The Cell C Sharks have a bye weekend and of course Bye Points fall away in 2014.

In June / July 2014 the Antipion teams will catch up in played games with the South African counterparts, when the South African sides sit out for 1 Round.

The Combined Log will therefore be skewed for the majority of the competition and one has to question why individual countries are allowed to start such a long competition ahead of it’s rivals. In 2013 the Australian sides started a week early, but at least they had the excuse that they needed an extra week in the middle of the year to prepare for the British & Irish Lions series, which they lost.

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Scotland play the last of their three end of year tests on Saturday against Tonga at Pittodrie Football Stadium in Aberdeen. Both teams were announced yesterday with various changes being made by Scotland from the team that played the Springboks while Tonga  only made one change to their team that beat the United States last weekend.

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