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After 20 years of threatening to leave Super rugby, it appears as if the SARU have finalised a deal for their 5 Super Rugby teams to join the Pro 14, which was expand to become the Pro 18.

Good luck to both the South African fans and the Celtic Rugby fans on this forum. I look forward to seeing how this pans out over the coming years. Could be a great thing, but it could also be the beginning of the end for the Pro 14.


https://www.ultimaterugby.com/news/sout ... ort/627556
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South African Teams To Leave Super Rugby For The PRO14 - report
May 31, 2020 53362 Ultimate Rugby

The five South African teams currently participating in Super Rugby could leave the Southern Hemisphere competition to form part of an expanded Pro18 competition, according to a report in the Republic.

According to Afrikaans newspaper The Rapport, this could happen as early as next year, in 2022 or in 2023 at the latest.

If the Bulls, Lions, Sharks and Stormers were to form part of a Pro18, either the Cheetahs or Kings would presumably fall out of the competition.

'I think the decision that all our South African [Super Rugby] teams play in the Pro14 next year has already been made,' a source, who is highly placed at a local franchise, told Rapport.

'Because of the pandemic, there are some restrictions on flights to Australia and New Zealand.'

Sanzaar's new broadcast deal, which runs from 2021 to the end of 2025, includes a 14-team Super Rugby tournament with four South African sides.

However, the suspension of the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic has reportedly deepened the divide between SA Rugby and its Sanzaar partners at Super Rugby level.

There has been talk of a new Super Rugby tournament which excludes South Africa, with some senior Australian and New Zealand players reportedly in favour of this.

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Sandstorm wrote:
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I don't believe you


I do. AC is a rugby man at heart and although saddened by us leaving knows it's probably best for Antipod rugby. :thumbup:


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Sandstorm wrote:
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I don't believe you


No, I do wish you good luck. Convincing the Irish, Scottish and Welsh Unions to move their season to summer will be tough going. But I am confident you can achieve this, given you managed to convince the much stronger and wealthier NZR to keep letting new SA teams enter Super Rugby, even when it was clear you didn't have the depth for more franchises. And you also convinced NZR to let your crooked, shit-house referees officiate your own teams, which turned into a complete farce.


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How is this report any different to what has already been rumoured?


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How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?


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Cheers bro, enjoy playing shithouse Australia with their shithouse ref's. See you on the flip side.


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How is this report any different to what has already been rumoured?


It's not really, it just confirms rumours.

I hope that given all three of the original nations of SANZAR want an end to Super Rugby, that we facilitate this sooner rather than later. No waiting for 2022 or beyond. Let's drain the swamp asap so everyone can get on with their lives.


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Cheers bro, enjoy playing shithouse Australia with their shithouse ref's. See you on the flip side.


No referees will ever be as crooked, and as biased, as the disgraceful referees you imposed on Super Rugby over the past few years. You should be ashamed of your country's referees.


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How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?



Super Rugby titles won

Australia 4
South Africa 3

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handyman wrote:
How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?


Australian teams have had a bad recent run, but they’ve probably been collectively stronger than SA sides. That won’t turn around in a hurry. Conference system aided a few more SA teams to the final, but even then they couldn’t win at home. South African teams traditionally travel poorly, so I wouldn’t expect them to dominate the Pro14 should that be where they end up.

We all struggle with distance between our countries. That’s the curse of the SH.


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How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?



Look, I don't really care about the other Australian teams... but last year...

Brumbies 4 - South African teams 0

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Historically South Africa produced some of the best ref's in world Rugby. We've also produced some poor ref's but compared to some other countries we've done very well in the ref department.

As I said enjoy your Trans-tasmin comp while it lasts. Seeing as the AB's are always begging England for a share of their match fees I don't see how long this new comp would last. With the Ozzies already bankrupt, NZ would have to carry the burden alone. If you could perhaps convince Japan to join you could probably make enough but then you'll have to play the Sunwolves 2.0 every fokon weekend.


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Historically South Africa produced some of the best ref's in world Rugby. We've also produced some poor ref's but compared to some other countries we've done very well in the ref department.

As I said enjoy your Trans-tasmin comp while it lasts. Seeing as the AB's are always begging England for a share of their match fees I don't see how long this new comp would last. With the Ozzies already bankrupt, NZ would have to carry the burden alone. If you could perhaps convince Japan to join you could probably make enough but then you'll have to play the Sunwolves 2.0 every fokon weekend.


What do international match fees have to do with Super Rugby?

A Trans Tasman comp, with four or five matches played every weekend at viewer friendly times, will be an absolute game changer in this part of the world. No more staying up until 3am to watch your team get smashed 16-2 in penalty counts by a local referees.


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mr bungle wrote:
handyman wrote:
How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?


Australian teams have had a bad recent run, but they’ve probably been collectively stronger than SA sides. That won’t turn around in a hurry. Conference system aided a few more SA teams to the final, but even then they couldn’t win at home. South African teams traditionally travel poorly, so I wouldn’t expect them to dominate the Pro14 should that be where they end up.

We all struggle with distance between our countries. That’s the curse of the SH.


The Cheetahs was well on their way to make it to the play-offs this year. Their second year in a new comp. They were considered not good enough for Super Rugby. The bigger unions will make Pro14 their bitches.


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No more staying up until 3am to watch your team get smashed 16-2 in penalty counts by a local referees.


Yet invariably winning.


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Average Joe wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
handyman wrote:
How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?


Australian teams have had a bad recent run, but they’ve probably been collectively stronger than SA sides. That won’t turn around in a hurry. Conference system aided a few more SA teams to the final, but even then they couldn’t win at home. South African teams traditionally travel poorly, so I wouldn’t expect them to dominate the Pro14 should that be where they end up.

We all struggle with distance between our countries. That’s the curse of the SH.


The Cheetahs was well on their way to make it to the play-offs this year. Their second year in a new comp. They were considered not good enough for Super Rugby. The bigger unions will make Pro14 their bitches.


:lol: easy rugby


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I will certainly miss it. I've been watching a few classic matches lately, and for me the Super 14 was the best format we had. The crowds we used to get at some matches! :shock:

Cant' say that the last few have been vintage for the comp.


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Average Joe wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
handyman wrote:
How long will NZ teams and supporters be happy to play poor Aussie teams?


Australian teams have had a bad recent run, but they’ve probably been collectively stronger than SA sides. That won’t turn around in a hurry. Conference system aided a few more SA teams to the final, but even then they couldn’t win at home. South African teams traditionally travel poorly, so I wouldn’t expect them to dominate the Pro14 should that be where they end up.

We all struggle with distance between our countries. That’s the curse of the SH.


The Cheetahs was well on their way to make it to the play-offs this year. Their second year in a new comp. They were considered not good enough for Super Rugby. The bigger unions will make Pro14 their bitches.


:thumbup:


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I will certainly miss it. I've been watching a few classic matches lately, and for me the Super 14 was the best format we had. The crowds we used to get at some matches! :shock:

Cant' say that the last few have been vintage for the comp.


Super 12 for me :thumbup:


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Super 12 for me :thumbup:


To think that I used to get up at 4am to watch some matches. They were like test matches.


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No more staying up until 3am


You haven't watched a Soup game at 3am in a decade. You proudly tell us that every weekend.


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assfly wrote:
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Super 12 for me :thumbup:


To think that I used to get up at 4am to watch some matches. They were like test matches.


At university in the late 1990's I would routinely watch every match every round, including all the ones played in SA.


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Ali's Choice wrote:
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Historically South Africa produced some of the best ref's in world Rugby. We've also produced some poor ref's but compared to some other countries we've done very well in the ref department.

As I said enjoy your Trans-tasmin comp while it lasts. Seeing as the AB's are always begging England for a share of their match fees I don't see how long this new comp would last. With the Ozzies already bankrupt, NZ would have to carry the burden alone. If you could perhaps convince Japan to join you could probably make enough but then you'll have to play the Sunwolves 2.0 every fokon weekend.


What do international match fees have to do with Super Rugby?

A Trans Tasman comp, with four or five matches played every weekend at viewer friendly times, will be an absolute game changer in this part of the world. No more staying up until 3am to watch your team get smashed 16-2 in penalty counts by a local referees.

Would you not want to include a team from each of the Pacific Islands? Or a combination South Sea Warriors team?


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Chilli wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
Average Joe wrote:
Historically South Africa produced some of the best ref's in world Rugby. We've also produced some poor ref's but compared to some other countries we've done very well in the ref department.

As I said enjoy your Trans-tasmin comp while it lasts. Seeing as the AB's are always begging England for a share of their match fees I don't see how long this new comp would last. With the Ozzies already bankrupt, NZ would have to carry the burden alone. If you could perhaps convince Japan to join you could probably make enough but then you'll have to play the Sunwolves 2.0 every fokon weekend.


What do international match fees have to do with Super Rugby?

A Trans Tasman comp, with four or five matches played every weekend at viewer friendly times, will be an absolute game changer in this part of the world. No more staying up until 3am to watch your team get smashed 16-2 in penalty counts by a local referees.

Would you not want to include a team from each of the Pacific Islands? Or a combination South Sea Warriors team?


Nope they are national teams. Including them in a club/franchise comp would be degrading, and cheapen the international game.


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Not our fault if you lived in a cave for the past 30 years. Times have changed. You can now, by the press of a button record anything anytime and watch it when it suits you. Who the fok wakes up at 3 to watch sport these days?


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Ali's Choice wrote:
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Ali's Choice wrote:
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Historically South Africa produced some of the best ref's in world Rugby. We've also produced some poor ref's but compared to some other countries we've done very well in the ref department.

As I said enjoy your Trans-tasmin comp while it lasts. Seeing as the AB's are always begging England for a share of their match fees I don't see how long this new comp would last. With the Ozzies already bankrupt, NZ would have to carry the burden alone. If you could perhaps convince Japan to join you could probably make enough but then you'll have to play the Sunwolves 2.0 every fokon weekend.


What do international match fees have to do with Super Rugby?

A Trans Tasman comp, with four or five matches played every weekend at viewer friendly times, will be an absolute game changer in this part of the world. No more staying up until 3am to watch your team get smashed 16-2 in penalty counts by a local referees.

Would you not want to include a team from each of the Pacific Islands? Or a combination South Sea Warriors team?


Nope they are national teams. Including them in a club/franchise comp would be degrading, and cheapen the international game.

It worked for Argentina......


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It worked for Argentina......


Except the Pumas don't play in SR, and never did.


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It worked for Argentina......


Except the Pumas don't play in SR, and never did.

The Pumas play in their Jaguares disguise.


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Chilli wrote:
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It worked for Argentina......


Except the Pumas don't play in SR, and never did.

The Pumas play in their Jaguares disguise.


Loads of Pumas at the recent RWC didn't play for the Jaguares.


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What I'd like to see is that the SANZAAR unions get their domestic competitions up to standard again and that a Heineken Cup style competition be created internationally


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Chilli wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
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It worked for Argentina......


Except the Pumas don't play in SR, and never did.

The Pumas play in their Jaguares disguise.


Loads of Pumas at the recent RWC didn't play for the Jaguares.

3 out of 32 - Figallo, Sanchez and Urdapilleta
Edit: Sorry, 5. Ezcurra and Mensa are listed for lower level clubs in Argentina

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Rugby_World_Cup_squads#Argentina


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The South Africans will probably now get to play against the better keewees and Aussies if they move comps. And SA will be able to pick for the boks from a bigger pool of players.


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The South Africans will probably now get to play against the better keewees and Aussies if they move comps. And SA will be able to pick for the boks from a bigger pool of players.


They've already been picking players from the NH for years, so why would the pool be bigger?


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A more complete summary of the article only the partially quoted in the OP

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Afrikaans newspaper Rapport indicated on Sunday that one of the proposals could see the Currie Cup played from November to January.

It would help to prepare locally-based Springboks for the 2021 Rugby Championship, which - according to the report - could be played in March and April, the same time as the northern hemisphere's Six Nations.

Southern hemisphere governing body Sanzaar and its northern contemporaries recently confirmed they were working closely together to develop proposals for an aligned global calendar.

According to the report, other options that SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux discussed with CEOs of South Africa's franchises over the past week include:

- The Springboks may be involved in a new international 'north and south tournament' from October-November 2021.

- The Springboks' Tests that were scheduled to be played in South Africa in July this year may be moved to October.

- Next year's British & Irish Lions tour, scheduled for July and August, could be postponed to September or October 2021. If the tour cannot take place next year, there is a scenario where it only takes place in 2025.

- There are two options for the European season. It would either run from February to September or from December to July.

Meanwhile, there are also talks that South Africa could leave Super Rugby with five out the country's franchises playing in an expanded PRO18.

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/CurrieCup/new-calendar-currie-cup-over-christmas-rugby-championship-in-march-20200601


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What I'd like to see is that the SANZAAR unions get their domestic competitions up to standard again and that a Heineken Cup style competition be created internationally

In an ideal world this would be my preference as well.


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The South Africans will probably now get to play against the better keewees and Aussies if they move comps. And SA will be able to pick for the boks from a bigger pool of players.


They've already been picking players from the NH for years, so why would the pool be bigger?


Because even more SA kids can head over to get paid in Europe straight from the school system than get locked into the academies in SA. Far more opportunities, bigger pool better boks playing with and against fellow boks in the same comp.


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Because even more SA kids can head over to get paid in Europe straight from the school system than get locked into the academies in SA. Far more opportunities, bigger pool better boks playing with and against fellow boks in the same comp.


Yes, that will be a great opportunity for young Saffers to earn money as teenagers. But whilst they are being recruited straight from school, to learn their craft in the inferior Welsh, Scottish and Italian academy programs, the best Kiwi players will continue to develop and blossom in NZ's world class systems.


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The five South African teams currently participating in Super Rugby


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If the Bulls, Lions, Sharks and Stormers were to form part of a Pro18, either the Cheetahs or Kings would presumably fall out of the competition.


1,2,3,4.........5?

4+14 = 18 so obviously one team would have to drop out, to make it 18 teams!!!


When basic knowledge of SA rugby, and even worse their knowledge of basic maths, is beyond the writer and editor, I think we can safely discount everything else discussed in this article.


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Jensrsa wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
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Ali's Choice wrote:
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It worked for Argentina......


Except the Pumas don't play in SR, and never did.

The Pumas play in their Jaguares disguise.


Loads of Pumas at the recent RWC didn't play for the Jaguares.

3 out of 32 - Figallo, Sanchez and Urdapilleta
Edit: Sorry, 5. Ezcurra and Mensa are listed for lower level clubs in Argentina

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Rugby_World_Cup_squads#Argentina


Yep, and I think that was the maximum ever use of foreign based players for the Pumas since the inception of the Jaguares. Jaguares (stupidily) provided 90% of the players to the Pumas.

They were the Pumas in practice, adding a token TH, FH, or SH from time to time.

In the end, we obtained our best results in RWCs with EU based players (2007) or a combination of EU/Pampas XV players (2015). The probably defunct 'Pumaguares' were a good franchise, but not a great international team, due to exhaustion and a small picking pool.

Good luck to SA and the rest of the SR bunch in the new competitions ! :o

But don't forget to throw us a bone, mofos.


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