Who are the teams in Super Rugby in 2014?
The 2014 Super Rugby season is the fourth season of the 15-team format for the Super Rugby competition involving teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. For sponsorship reasons, this competition is known as Asteron Life Super Rugby in Australia, Investec Super Rugby in New Zealand and Vodacom Super Rugby in South Africa.
What are the rules for secondary school rugby?
All the rules and regulations for Secondary School rugby, including Game On and the non-tackle version of rugby, Rip Rugby. Tools, resources and courses to help support age-grade rugby including Sport NZ’s Balance is Better Framework, Rugby Toolbox and our 2018 review into Secondary School Rugby.
How many rugby schools are there in the NCAA?
Division 1-A rugby is modeled after NCAA athletic competitions, with the 67 D1-A rugby schools divided into eight conferences: East, Mid-South, Rocky Mountain, California, Big Ten, Liberty, Red River, and PAC. The regular season sees all teams in the conference play one another, with the two top seeds qualifying for the playoffs.
When do the Super Rugby finals take place?
The conference games will take place every weekend from 15 February until 12 July (with a three-week break between rounds 16 and 17 for internationals games), followed by the finals series, culminating in the grand final on 2 August. The winners of the 2014 Super Rugby Season were the New South Wales Waratahs.
What’s the name of the Rugby Championship in Australia?
For sponsorship reasons, this competition is known as Asteron Life Super Rugby in Australia, Investec Super Rugby in New Zealand and Vodacom Super Rugby in South Africa. Including its past incarnations as Super 12 and Super 14, this is the 19th season for the Southern Hemisphere’s premier transnational club competition.
Who are the winners of the Super League in 2014?
The Saints win over the Rhinos has now made them guaranteed winners of the 2014 Super League’s League Leaders’ Shield for the first time since 2008. Wigan’s win over Warrington was their first victory against the Wolves, at the DW Stadium, in 5 years. Hull FC’s Richard Horne made his final career appearance.