SANZAAR has announced that it has made an amendment to the Television Match Official (TMO) protocol for the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The referees for the nine matches of the first round of the 2017 Super Rugby season have been appointed.
SANZAAR has confirmed a new and updated judicial process that will be implemented for Super Rugby 2017.
New Zealand teams playing in Tokyo, Fiji and Apia, and an eruption of new talent coming through the ranks are just a few of the highlights of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
Australia players Michael Hooper (Waratahs), James Slipper (Reds), Sam Carter (Brumbies), Tatafu Polota-Nau (Force) and Nic Stirzaker (Rebels) were on hand for the 2017 Australian Super Rugby launch in Brisbane.
SANZAAR has announced the referee team that will officiate the 2017 Super Rugby season. The 19-strong team went through its paces at a training camp in Sydney recently.
SANZAAR has confirmed the fixture list for the 2017 Super Rugby tournament. Amendments have been made to several kick-off times and the venues for matches previously 'to be announced' have now also been confirmed.
The Blues will take an historic first Super Rugby Championship match to Samoa in June. The Blues will play the Round 14 fixture against the Reds on Friday 2 June in Apia.
The focus in now well and truly on the start of the 2017 Super Rugby season and the teams are in full training and preparing to play warm-up matches in the coming weeks.
Rising star Richie Mo’unga has committed to furthering his career in red and black, having re-signed with the BNZ Crusaders through to the end of the 2019 Super Rugby season.
Bustling backrower Lopeti Timani is the latest to join the growing number of Wallabies to re-commit with the ARU through to the 2019 World Cup.
Jaguares head coach Raul Perez and the team’s selectors have unveiled the 2017 Super Rugby 44-man training squad ahead of pre-season.
Colin Cooper will lead the Gallagher Chiefs into a new era in 2018, the Chiefs and New Zealand Rugby have announced.
The return of Wallaby George Smith to Super Rugby is one of the key storylines for the Australia Conference in 2017. He represented the Wallabies on 111 occasions and is still one of the top flankers in the game.
The Brumbies have appointed Michael Thomson as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Thomson is no stranger to the organisation having been General Manager at the Brumbies for two years before taking on positions at the Australian Rugby Union, Nike (Greater China) and the Australian Sports Commission.
Wallabies hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau will look to build on his 68 Test-career in the gold jersey after signing a new one-year contract with the Australian Rugby Union and Western Force.
The Brumbies have gained the experience of two Super Rugby championship winning players with local products, the Fainga’a twins to reunite at the club in 2017.
A total 33 players will make their debut in the 2017 Investec Super Rugby season, reflecting the depth of talent in New Zealand rugby.
The Sharks have confirmed that they will stay at Kings Park until at least the end of 2017 and have announced their preliminary Super Rugby squad.
Liam Messam and Tim Nanai-Williams will both return to the Chiefs for the 2017 season, bolstering the squad with over 200 combined Chiefs caps.
The Sharks have announced that their director of rugby, Gary Gold, has stepped down from his position.
Wallabies assistant and Brumbies Head Coach Stephen Larkham will move permanently into the Wallabies coaching team at the end of the 2017 Super Rugby season after signing a new three-year contract with the Australian Rugby Union.
The Western Force have signed Brumbies utility back Robbie Coleman for the 2017 and 2018 Super Rugby seasons.
The Western Force have announced the re-signing of club stalwart Matt Hodgson for the 2017 Super Rugby season.
Argentine coach Daniel Hourcade believes Super Rugby exposure is giving the Pumas the experience to contest at the highest levels.
The 2017 Super Rugby tournament kicks-off on Thursday 23 February with the Melbourne Rebels hosting the Auckland based Blues at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
The Sunwolves have unveiled their new Super Rugby coach. Japan Super Rugby Association Representative Director, Yoshitaka Tashiro, announced in Tokyo that the HITO-Communications Sunwolves had come to an agreement with Filo Tiatia on a two-season contract. Tiatia was the forwards coach last season under Head Coach Mark Hammett.
The Force have appointed David Wessels as head coach but have lost up-and-coming centre Kyle Godwin to rivals the Brumbies
Brumbies head coach Stephen Larkham will be leading the side again in 2017 after agreeing to terms on a one-year deal, it has been announced.
All Blacks fly-half Beauden Barrett has inked a new deal across all levels of the game, in what is a major signing for New Zealand Rugby.
Chiefs fullback Damian McKenzie head a very talented Super Rugby Team of the Season 2016
The Hurricanes sealed their first Super Rugby title on Saturday as they got the better of the Lions 20-3 in a cold and wet Wellington.
Both the Hurricanes and the Lions have reached the 2016 Super Rugby Final on the back of strong performances from their flankers, each side’s pair boasting strength and consistency throughout the campaign.
Hurricanes and All Black flanker Ardie Savea put in a huge effort against the Chiefs to be the Player of the Week.
Glen Jackson has been appointed to referee the 2016 Super Rugby Final between the Hurricanes and Lions at Westpac Stadium, Wellington on saturday 6 August.
The Lions advanced to this year’s Super Rugby Final after claiming a deserved 42-30 victory over the Highlanders in Johannesburg.
The Hurricanes booked a home Super Rugby final on Saturday as they brushed aside a mis-firing Chiefs side 25-9 in Wellington.
Four teams remain in Super Rugby 2016 and that means that four fly-halves have the opportunity to steer their team to a Super Rugby Grand Final, but only two can be successful.
Chiefs fullback Damian McKenzie tops the Super Rugby Quarter-final Team of the Week.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for the semi-finals of the 2016 Super Rugby tournament.
Angus Gardner will referee the first semi-final between the Hurricanes and the Chiefs. The second semi-final between the Lions and the Highlanders will be refereed by Jaco Peyper.
The Chiefs will face the Hurricanes in the Super Rugby semi-finals after crushing the Stormers 60-21 at Newlands in Cape Town.
The Lions booked a place in the Super Rugby semi-finals against the Highlanders after they saw off the Crusaders, prevailing 42-25 in Johannesburg
The Hurricanes secured a home semi-final in Super Rugby after they outclassed the Sharks, winning 41-0 in a clinical performance in Wellington.
The Highlanders booked their place in the Super Rugby semi-finals after they held out the Brumbies to prevail 15-9 in Canberra.
Only eight teams remain as Super Rugby moves into the post-season and there’s a healthy mix of experienced and fresh faces among those teams that have made it through the regular season on top.
Stormers centre Huw Jones equalled the record for most tries in a Super Rugby match with four against the Kings in Cape Town.
SANZAAR has announced the referee appointments for the quarter-finals of the 2016 Super Rugby tournament.
The Lions missed the chance to book a home path to a possible Super Rugby final after they lost 34-22 to the Jaguares at Vélez Sarsfield.
After 17 rounds and 135 matches of the regular season the quarter-finalists for the 2016 Super Rugby tournament have been determined.
The Bulls ended their Super Rugby season with a 43-17 bonus-point win over the Cheetahs at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein.