21 Super Rugby warm-ups

    2014-01-14 16:25

    Cape Town - Twenty-one warm-up matches have been scheduled for January and February ahead of the 2014 Vodacom Super Rugby tournament.

    The competition will start on Saturday, February 15 with two South African derbies between the Cheetahs and Lions in Bloemfontein (17:05) and the Sharks and Bulls in Durban (19:10).

    The Stormers have the opening weekend off - and will play the Boland Cavaliers in Wellington.


    Friday, January 24: Lions v Leopards, Ellis Park, Johannesburg
    Saturday, January 25: Saracens v Sharks, Allianz Park, London

    Friday, January 31: Highlanders v Brumbies, Queenstown Recreation Ground


    Saturday, February 1: Waratahs v Rebels, Albury Sports Ground
    Saturday, February 1: Hurricanes v Blues, Memorial Park, Masterton
    Saturday, February 1: Bulls v Stormers, Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane
    Saturday, February 1: Kings v Lions, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

    Friday, February 7: Waratahs v Blues, Allianz Stadium, Sydney
    Friday, February 7: Crusaders v Highlanders, Motueka Sportspark, Motueka
    Friday, February 7: Force v Samoa A, Lark Hill Sportsplex, Rockingham
    Friday, February 7: Lions v Sharks, Ellis Park, Johannesburg
    Friday, February 7: Kings v Stormers, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
    Saturday, February 8: Rebels v Hurricanes, Simonds Stadium, Geelong, Victoria
    Saturday, February 8: Reds v Chiefs, Toowoomba Sports Ground

    Friday, February 14: Chiefs v Blues, Rotorua International Stadium
    Friday, February 14: Waratahs v Highlanders, Hunter Stadium, Newcastle
    Friday, February 14: Hurricanes v Crusaders, Levin Stadium
    Friday, February 14: Reds v Rebels, Ballymore, Brisbane
    Friday, February 14: Force v Samoa A, Arena Joondalup, Perth
    Friday, February 14: Force v Pampas XV  Arena Joondalup, Perth
    Saturday, February 15: Boland v Stormers, Boland Stadium, Wellington

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