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played in the history of the Super 12, Super 14, and brand new Super 15 competition.


By default, the table below shows the current Super Rugby standings.
Alternatively select another year and/or round in the grey panel to
view the log as it was at that time.  Click on a team name to see
stats and complete Super Rugby history for that franchise.  Click on
any of the linked columns to zoom to match results with stats/fixtures.
Also check out the Champions Table & Super Rugby rankings


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2016 Super Rugby Table (Preview)

04/01/2016: Well, I don't quite know what to make of the 2016 SupeRugby format.
The powers that be have either fixed it or broken it beyond repair...time will tell.

Three additional teams have been added to last years lineup and yet fewer matches will be played by each side.

Four conferences now split into two groups. The Australasian group contains the original 10 teams from NZL & AUS whilst
the South African group comprises 8 teams - 3 x SAF + Argentina and 3 x SAF + Japan. This gives the draw an asymmetric
look - some teams are playing each other home and away, whilst other teams won't play each other at all. Each team plays 6
fixtures against other teams in their same local conference. For NZL and AUS sides, this means playing every other team
once and then two of them twice?  It's all just a bit odd!

On the face of it, the competition now seems to be weighted in South Africa's favour: two SAF teams are virtually guaranteed
home play-offs, although whether this helps them (or their International game) in the long run, remains to be seen.

But the thing I really don't like about the 2016 format is that in a given year, conferences from different countries are
no longer playing each other at all!
  SupeRugby has been heading this way for a few years now but I think they've gone
too far.  In the (what should be!) round-robin phase, teams in Conference 3 (SAF1) won't play any NZL teams this year and
Conference 4 (SAF2) won't play any AUS teams.

This used to be the premier regional competition in World rugby because the winning side had the best record against the top
teams from the other countries.

Will the 2016 champions be able to say the same?

PlaceTeam
(history)
FromConGrpPlaydHomeAwayWinDrawLossHome
Win%
ByeFormTo
Play
ForAgnDiffTriesLet
In
BP
1
BP
2
Comp
Pnts
1BluesNZL1A0000000%050 1500000000
2ChiefsNZL1A0000000%050 1500000000
3HurricanesNZL1A0000000%050 1500000000
4CrusadersNZL1A0000000%050 1500000000
5HighlandersNZL1A0000000%050 1500000000
6BrumbiesAUS2A0000000%050 1500000000
7RedsAUS2A0000000%050 1500000000
8WaratahsAUS2A0000000%050 1500000000
9BullsSAF3S0000000%050 1500000000
10SharksSAF4S0000000%050 1500000000
11StormersSAF3S0000000%050 1500000000
12LionsSAF4S0000000%050 1500000000
13CheetahsSAF3S0000000%050 1500000000
14ForceAUS2A0000000%050 1500000000
15RebelsAUS2A0000000%050 1500000000
16KingsSAF4S0000000%050 1500000000
17SunwolvesJAP3S0000000%050 1500000000
18JaguaresARG4S0000000%050 1500000000
Totals0( 0% of conference phase completed)0135000
Super 8 Key:   4 x Conference Leaders  Guaranteed at least one home play-off match    Form Key: V=Victory, L=Loss, D=Draw, B=Bye
50=Form Index (last 5 matches)
4 x Group WildcardsNext highest scoring teams: 3 from Australasian
Group (Grp=A) and 1 from South African Group (S)

The table above now contains sortable columns.
Click on one or more heading links (cycles through ascending/descending/off).

Next 9 Fixtures

DateInTypeRoundMatch
(links to form)
Rank
Pnts
VenueK.O.
(local)
Previous
clashes
Team -vs-
Country
Fri, 26 Feb 2016NZLLocalConf1Blues v HighlandersAuckland19:35        
Fri, 26 Feb 2016AUSGroupConf1Brumbies v HurricanesCanberra19:40        
Fri, 26 Feb 2016SAFGroupConf1Cheetahs v JaguaresBloemfontein19:00        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016NZLLocalConf1Crusaders v ChiefsChristchurch19:35        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016AUSLocalConf1Waratahs v RedsSydney19:40        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016SAFLocalConf1Stormers v BullsCape Town17:05        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016AUSLocalConf1Force v RebelsPerth18:50        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016SAFLocalConf1Kings v SharksPort Elizabeth15:00        
Sat, 27 Feb 2016JAPGroupConf1Sunwolves v LionsTokyo13:15        
Key to Conf Types:   LocalConf  Both sides in the same conference (6 fixtures)
  GroupConf  Both sides in the same group, but different conferences e.g. SAF1 v SAF2 or NZL v AUS (4 or 5 fixtures)
  InterGroup  Sides are from different groups e.g. NZL v SAF1 or AUS v SAF2 (4 or 5 fixtures)

2016 Super Rugby Match Results

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Team Ranking Points

PositionTeam
(History)
Ranking PointsLast RPE
Movement
      This is pick & go's new Super Rugby ranking table
which shows the ranking point positions of each
team since the first Super12 match in 1996.

Each team started on 80 points and they move up
and down relative to each other using the same
points exchange system that the IRB use for
ranking Test matches.

Exchange points are doubled for semis & finals.

Change the Year/Round to view the points table
at that time or click on team name to go to full
rankings history
1HighlandersNZL91.7202
2HurricanesNZL86.0056
3CrusadersNZL85.0392
4BrumbiesAUS83.5015
5LionsSAF82.8666
6ChiefsNZL81.5666
7SharksSAF81.2711
8WaratahsAUS81.0872
9SunwolvesJAP80.0000
10JaguaresARG80.0000
11StormersSAF77.2975
12BullsSAF77.1161
13RebelsAUS76.2367
14RedsAUS76.1015
15CheetahsSAF75.7115
16BluesNZL75.3695
17KingsSAF74.8314
18ForceAUS74.2779

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