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2019%E2%80%9320 Pro14
2019-20 Pro14
CountriesIreland Ireland
Italy Italy
Scotland Scotland
South Africa South Africa
Wales Wales
Date27 September 2019 - 20 June 2020
76
Attendance
27,437
Edinburgh v Glasgow (28 December 2019)
2,000
Zebre v Glasgow Warriors (9 November 2019)
Ireland John Cooney
(Ulster)
94 points
South Africa Rhyno Smith
(Cheetahs)
10 tries
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The 2019-20 PRO14 (also known as the Guinness PRO14 for sponsorship reasons) is the nineteenth season of the professional rugby union competition originally known as the Celtic League. It is also the third season to be referred to as the PRO14 (the competition was named the Pro12 immediately prior to the addition of two South African teams).[1][2]

Fourteen teams are competing in this season -- four Irish teams: Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster; two Italian teams: Benetton and Zebre; two Scottish teams: Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors; two South African teams: Cheetahs and the Southern Kings; and four Welsh teams: Cardiff Blues, Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets.

Teams

Location of 2019-20 Pro14 teams in Great Britain and Ireland.
Location of 2019-20 Pro14 teams in Italy
Location of 2019-20 Pro14 teams in South Africa
Yellow pog.svg Conference A; Blue pog.svg Conference B.

Competition Format

League Stage

The fourteen teams are split into two conferences of seven teams, with each conference featuring two teams from Ireland and Wales plus one team from Italy, Scotland and South Africa.[3] To ensure a competitive balance, the teams are distributed approximately evenly between the conferences based upon their performance in the previous season.[4]

The regular season is made up of 21 rounds -
6 home and 6 away games against each team in their own conference
7 games, either home or away, against the teams in the other conference
2 additional regional derbies[5][6]

  • Each Irish team plays the two Irish teams in the other conference, one at home and one away
  • Each Welsh team plays the two Welsh teams in the other conference, one at home and one away
  • Each Italian team plays the Italian team in the other conference twice, home and away
  • Each Scottish team plays the Scottish team in the other conference twice, home and away
  • Each South African team plays the South African team in the other conference twice, home and away
League Play-Offs

The first-placed teams in both conferences are given byes to the semi-finals. The second and third placed teams in opposite conferences playoff in two quarter-finals for the two remaining semi-final places.[7]

Champions Cup Qualification

The South African teams cannot compete in the European Rugby Champions Cup. The top three eligible European teams in both conferences automatically qualify for following year's Champions Cup. The fourth ranked eligible teams in each conference playoff with the winners taking the seventh Champions Cup place.

Team changes

Ireland

Munster's backs coach Felix Jones and forwards coach Jerry Flannery left the province when their contracts expired in June 2019.[8]Graham Rowntree will join the province as their new forwards coach after the completion of his duties with Georgia at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.[9]Stephen Larkham, attack coach for the Australian national team, will also join the province as a senior coach ahead of the 2019-20 season.[10]

Long-serving Ulster captain Rory Best announced in April 2019 that he would retire from rugby after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.[11]Iain Henderson replaced Best as captain.[12]

Italy

Scotland

South Africa

Cheetahs announced in June 2019 that Hawies Fourie had replaced Franco Smith as their head coach.[13]

Wales

Then-Crusaders assistant coach Brad Mooar was confirmed as Wayne Pivac's replacement as Scarlets head coach in December 2018, with Pivac leaving the region to take over from Warren Gatland as Wales' head coach after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.[14] Scarlets also appointed then-Highlanders defence coach and former London Irish head coach Glenn Delaney as their new defence coach, replacing the outgoing Byron Hayward.[15]

Dragons announced the departure of head coach Bernard Jackman in December 2018, with Ceri Jones replacing Jackman on an interim basis for the remainder of the 2018-19 season, before the region confirmed in May 2019 that Dean Ryan would join in the newly created director of rugby position.[16]

Table

Conference A
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TBP LBP PTS
1 Ireland Leinster 11 11 0 0 400 149 +251 56 20 8 0 52
2 Ireland Ulster 11 7 0 4 335 242 +93 45 32 7 2 37
3 South Africa Cheetahs 11 6 0 5 322 247 +75 46 29 5 2 31
4 Scotland Glasgow Warriors 11 6 0 5 281 222 +59 41 27 4 1 29
5 Wales Dragons 10 4 0 6 186 273 -87 22 35 1 1 18
6 Italy Zebre 11 2 0 9 204 342 -138 27 49 4 2 14
7 Wales Ospreys 11 2 0 9 152 305 -153 16 37 1 4 13
Conference B
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TBP LBP PTS
1 Scotland Edinburgh 11 8 0 3 303 175 +128 38 21 4 2 38
2 Ireland Munster 11 7 0 4 295 206 +89 35 20 5 2 35
3 Wales Scarlets 11 7 0 4 235 196 +39 28 23 2 2 32
4 Ireland Connacht 11 6 0 5 221 231 -10 29 31 5 1 30
5 Wales Cardiff Blues 11 5 0 6 202 237 -35 21 26 2 2 24
6 Italy Benetton 10 4 0 6 219 265 -46 28 35 3 4 23
7 South Africa Southern Kings 11 1 0 10 168 433 -265 18 65 0 3 7
If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order -[17]
  1. number of matches won
  2. the difference between points for and points against
  3. the number of tries scored
  4. the most points scored
  5. the difference between tries for and tries against
  6. the fewest red cards received
  7. the fewest yellow cards received

Green background indicates teams that compete in the Pro14 play-offs, and also earn a place in the 2020-21 European Champions Cup
(excluding South African teams who are ineligible)

Blue background indicates teams outside the play-off places that earn a place in the 2020-21 European Champions Cup
Yellow background indicates the fourth-ranked eligible teams in each conference that play-off against each other for the seventh place in the 2020-21 European Champions Cup
Plain background indicates teams that earn a place in the 2020-21 European Rugby Challenge Cup.
(CH) Champions. (RU) Runners-up. (SF) Losing semi-finalists. (QF) Losing quarter-finalists. (PO) Champions Cup play-off winners. (q) Qualified for Pro14 play-offs. (Q) Qualified for Pro14 play-off semi-finals. (e) Cannot reach play-offs.

Match summary

Template:2019-20 Pro14 match summary

Conference Rounds 1 to 21

All times are local.

Round 1

27 September 2019
19:05
Free State Stadium
Attendance: 4,528
Referee: Daniel Jones
27 September 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster Ireland 38-14 Wales Ospreys
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 12,408
Referee: Marius Mitrea
28 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Munster Ireland 39-9 Wales Dragons
Report
Thomond Park
Attendance: 10,878
Referee: Ben Blain
28 September 2019
16:00
(1 BP) Southern Kings South Africa 27-31 Wales Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Report
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 2,077
Referee: Mike Adamson
28 September 2019
17:15
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,415
Referee: Stuart Berry
28 September 2019
17:35
(1 BP) Benetton Italy 27-32 Ireland Leinster (1BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,695
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
28 September 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh Scotland 50-15 Italy Zebre
Report
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,221
Referee: George Clancy

Round 2

4 October 2019
19:35
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,897
Referee: George Clancy
4 October 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 53-5 Wales Ospreys
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 11,259
Referee: Stuart Berry
5 October 2019
15:00
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 3,115
Referee: Daniel Jones
5 October 2019
17:35
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,190
Referee: Frank Murphy
5 October 2019
17:00
(1 BP) Zebre Italy 28-52 Wales Dragons (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,100
Referee: Sean Gallagher
5 October 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Cheetahs South Africa 63-26 Ireland Ulster (1 BP)
Report
Free State Stadium
Attendance: 4,582
Referee: Ian Davies
5 October 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Connacht Ireland 41-5 Italy Benetton
Report
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,839
Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge

Round 3

11 October 2019
18:15
(1 BP) Cheetahs South Africa 40-16 Ireland Munster
Report
Free State Stadium
Attendance: 4,814
Referee: Mike Adamson
11 October 2019
19:35
Dragons Wales 14-38 Ireland Connacht (1 BP)
Report
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 3,257
Referee: Marius Mitrea
11 October 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 40-14 Scotland Edinburgh
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 12,712
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
12 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Scarlets Wales 54-10 Italy Zebre
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,424
Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
12 October 2019
15:00
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 2,807
Referee: Craig Evans
12 October 2019
19:35
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,708
Referee: Sean Gallagher
12 October 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ospreys Wales 24-20 Italy Benetton (1 BP)
Report
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,670
Referee: Frank Murphy

Round 4

25 October 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Munster Ireland 28-12 Wales Ospreys
Report
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 7,311
Referee: Stuart Berry
25 October 2019
19:35
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 12,250
Referee: Mike Adamson
26 October 2019
15:00
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 3,673
Referee: George Clancy
26 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Benetton Italy 36-30 South Africa Southern Kings (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,694
Referee: Daniel Jones
26 October 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Connacht Ireland 24-22 South Africa Cheetahs (1 BP)
Report
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,945
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
26 October 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Zebre Italy 0-3 Ireland Leinster
Report
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Craig Evans
26 October 2019
19:35
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 5,191
Referee: Frank Murphy

Round 5

1 November 2019
19:35
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,789
Referee: Joy Neville
1 November 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 50-15 Wales Dragons
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 10,568
Referee: Andrewa Piardi
1 November 2019
19:35
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 10,975
Referee: Sam Grove-White
2 November 2019
15:00
Scarlets Wales 17-13 South Africa Cheetahs (1 BP)
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,341
Referee: Mike Adamson
2 November 2019
17:15
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,726
Referee: Marius Mitrea
2 November 2019
17:15
Benetton Italy 18-16 Scotland Edinburgh (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,676
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
2 November 2019
19:35
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,256
Referee: Stuart Berry

Round 6

8 November 2019
19:35
Connacht Ireland 11-42 Ireland Leinster (1 BP)
Report
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 8,129
Referee: Sean Gallagher
8 November 2019
19:35
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 5,762
Referee: George Clancy
9 November 2019
15:00
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,240
Referee: Andrea Piardi
9 November 2019
15:00
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Ian Davies
9 November 2019
17:15
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,698
Referee: Ben Blain
9 November 2019
17:15
Munster Ireland 22-16 Ireland Ulster (1 BP)
Report
Thomond Park
Attendance: 14,436
Referee: Frank Murphy
9 November 2019
Scarlets Wales 20-17 Italy Benetton (1 BP)
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,147
Referee: Andrew Brace

Round 7

29 November 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Munster Ireland 16-18 Scotland Edinburgh
Report
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 7,580
Referee: Marius Mitrea
29 November 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster Ireland 29-5 Wales Scarlets
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 12,319
Referee: Sam Grove-White
30 November 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Benetton Italy 28-31 Wales Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 4,131
Referee: Andy Brace
30 November 2019
17:15
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,146
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
30 November 2019
17:15
Dragons Wales 12-39 Italy Zebre (1 BP)
Report
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 3,332
Referee: George Clancy
30 November 2019
19:35
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: Craig Evans
30 November 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ospreys Wales 13-18 South Africa Cheetahs
Report
The Gnoll, Neath
Attendance: 2,347
Referee: Joy Neville

Round 8

20 December 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 54-42 Ireland Ulster (1 BP)
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 16,375
Referee: George Clancy
21 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Zebre Italy 8-13 Italy Benetton
Report
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Marius Mitrea
21 December 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Connacht Ireland 14-19 Ireland Munster
Report
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 8,129
Referee: Andy Brace
21 December 2019
17:15
Dragons Wales 22-20 Wales Scarlets (1 BP)
Report
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,517
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
21 December 2019
17:45
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: Ben Blain
21 December 2019
19:35
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,664
Referee: Daniel Jones

Round 9

26 December 2019
15:00
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 12,125
Referee: Nigel Owens
26 December 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Scarlets Wales 44-0 Wales Ospreys
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 13,682
Referee: Craig Evans
27 December 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster Ireland 35-3 Ireland Connacht
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,483
Referee: Sean Gallagher
28 December 2019
13:00
(1 BP) Benetton Italy 36-25 Italy Zebre (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Andrea Piardi
28 December 2019
15:00
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 27,437
Referee: Mike Adamson
28 December 2019
18:00
(1 BP) Munster Ireland 6-13 Ireland Leinster
Report
Thomond Park
Attendance: 26,267
Referee: Frank Murphy

Round 10

3 January 2020
19:35
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 12,125
Referee: Frank Murphy
3 January 2020
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster Ireland 38-17 Ireland Munster
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,461
Referee: Daniel Jones
4 January 2020
13:00
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 4,667
Referee: Nigel Owens
4 January 2020
15:00
Dragons Wales 25-18 Wales Ospreys (1 BP)
Report
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 6,421
Referee: Andy Brace
4 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Zebre Italy 41-13 South Africa Cheetahs
Report
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Sam Grove-White
4 January 2020
17:30
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 54-7 Ireland Connacht
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 18,300
Referee: Mike Adamson
4 January 2020
19:45
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,873
Referee: Joy Neville

Round 8 (South Africa)

25 January 2020
15:30
(1 BP) Southern Kings South Africa 30-31 South Africa Cheetahs (1 BP)
Report
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 4,316
Referee: Stuart Berry

Round 9 (South Africa)

1 February 2020
17:00
Free State Stadium
Attendance: 7,832
Referee: Divan Uys

Round 11

14 February 2020
19:35
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,692
Referee: Joy Neville
14 February 2020
19:35
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 6,854
Referee: Nikoloz Amashukeli
15 February 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Leinster Ireland 36-12 South Africa Cheetahs
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 7,967
Referee: Ben Whitehouse
15 February 2020
15:00
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 5,639
Referee: Frank Murphy
15 February 2020
19:15
  • Postponed due to bad weather. Game to be rescheduled.[18]
15 February 2020
17:15
Ospreys Wales 26-24 Ireland Ulster (1 BP)
Report
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,868
Referee: Marius Mitrea
15 February 2020
19:35
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,512
Referee: Stuart Berry

Round 12

21 February 2020
19:35
21 February 2020
19:35
21 February 2020
19:35
22 February 2020
19:35
22 February 2020
19:35
23 February 2020
17:15
23 February 2020
17:15

Round 13

28 February 2020
19:35
29 February 2020
13:00
29 February 2020
15:00
29 February 2020
17:00
29 February 2020
17:15

Play-offs

The top side from each of the two conferences are given a bye to the semi-finals and have home advantage. Teams placed second and third in opposite conferences meet in the two quarter-finals to determine the other two semi-finalists with the teams ranked second having home advantage.

The play-offs are scheduled in the four weeks after the regular season has been completed.

Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Pro14 Final
                   
       
     
     
   
     
     
 

Final

Play-off for the 7th Champions Cup place

South African teams cannot compete in the European Rugby Champions Cup as it is restricted to European teams. The top three eligible teams in each conference automatically qualify for the following year's Champions Cup. The seventh Champions Cup place is allocated to the winners of the playoff match between the fourth ranked eligible teams in each conference played at the home of the team with the most regular league points.

Referees

Attendances by club

  • Includes quarter-finals and semi-finals - the final is not included as it is held at a neutral venue. Due to the Conference A & B structure of 21 rounds in the Pro14, some teams played 10 league home games during the league stage, while others played 11. Does not include European Champions Cup play-off game.
Club Home
games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Italy Benetton 6 24,863 4,144 5,000 3,676 62%
Wales Cardiff Blues 5 40,394 8,079 12,125 5,190 67%
South Africa Cheetahs 4 21,756 5,439 7,832 4,528 12%
Ireland Connacht 6 35,700 5,950 8,129 4,512 73%
Wales Dragons 5 22,200 4,440 6,421 3,257 51%
Scotland Edinburgh 5 47,484 9,497 27,437 4,221 14%
Scotland Glasgow Warriors 6 41,788 6,965 7,351 6,692 95%
Ireland Leinster 6 77,181 12,864 18,300 7,967 70%
Ireland Munster 6 73,326 12,221 26,267 6,854 78%
Wales Ospreys 6 31,515 5,253 6,664 2,347 30%
Wales Scarlets 6 44,648 7,441 13,682 5,639 50%
South Africa Southern Kings 4 12,315 3,079 4,316 2,077 6%
Ireland Ulster 6 82,896 13,816 17,483 10,975 76%
Italy Zebre 5 12,800 2,560 4,000 2,000 51%

Highest attendances

Date Game Stadium Attendance
28 December 2019 Edinburgh (h) v Glasgow Warriors Murrayfield Stadium 27,437
28 December 2019 Munster (h) v Leinster Thomond Park 26,267
4 January 2020 Leinster (h) v Connacht RDS Arena 18,300
27 December 2019 Ulster (h) v Connacht Kingspan Stadium 17,483
4 January 2020 Ulster (h) v Munster Kingspan Stadium 17,461
20 December 2019 Leinster (h) v Ulster RDS Arena 16,375
9 November 2019 Munster (h) v Ulster Thomond Park 14,436
26 December 2019 Scarlets (h) v Ospreys Parc y Scarlets 13,682
11 October 2019 Leinster (h) v Edinburgh RDS Arena 12,712
27 September 2019 Ulster (h) v Ospreys Kingspan Stadium 12,408

End of Season Awards

PRO14 Dream Team

Pos Player Team
FB 15
RW 14
OC 13
IC 12
LW 11
FH 10
SH 9
N8 8
OF 7
BF 6
RL 5
LL 4
TP 3
HK 2
LP 1

Award winners

Award Winner
Players' Player of the Season
Young Player of the Season
Coach of the Season
Chairman's Award
Golden Boot
Top Try Scorer
Fairplay Award
Try of the Season

Leading scorers

Note: Flags to the left of player names indicate national team as has been defined under World Rugby eligibility rules, or primary nationality for players who have not yet earned international senior caps. Players may hold one or more non-WR nationalities.

Notes

  1. ^ Although Murrayfield's full capacity is 67,144, only the lower section of the East Stand, with a capacity of 12,464, is generally opened for Edinburgh fixtures.
  2. ^ Thomond Park's official capacity is 25,600 but can be expanded up to 26,276 with temporary seating.

References

  1. ^ "RaboDirect to pull sponsorship of Pro12". The Score. 23 August 2013. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "Pro12: Guinness named as league's new sponsor". BBC. 10 July 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ "Pro14: Who's in? How will conferences work? What about derby matches?". BBC Sport. 1 August 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "Guinness PRO14 Championship Q&A". Pro14Rugby.org. 1 August 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ Lloyd, Matt; Griffiths, Gareth (30 June 2017). "South African sides Cheetahs and Southern Kings set to join Pro12". BBC Sport Wales. Retrieved 2017.
  6. ^ Cummiskey, Gavin (7 July 2017). "Pro12 will be expanded to include two South African teams". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2017.
  7. ^ "Explained: how the 2017/18 Guinness Pro14 championship will actually work". Irish Independent. 2 August 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  8. ^ "Coaching Duo To Leave The Province". Munster Rugby. 7 May 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ "Graham Rowntree To Join Munster Rugby". Munster Rugby. 4 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  10. ^ "Stephen Larkham To Join Munster Rugby". Munster Rugby. 14 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  11. ^ "Ireland captain Rory Best to retire from rugby after the World Cup". The42. 18 April 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  12. ^ "Henderson announced as Ulster captain". Ulster Rugby. 25 July 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  13. ^ "Hawies Fourie named new Cheetahs coach". Sport24. 27 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  14. ^ "Brad Mooar: Scarlets name Crusaders assistant as next head coach". BBC Sport. 3 December 2018. Retrieved 2019.
  15. ^ "Glenn Delaney: New Zealander named as Scarlets defence coach". BBC Sport. 21 May 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  16. ^ "Dean Ryan departs RFU to take up DOR role with Dragons". The42. 14 May 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  17. ^ Competition Rule 3.5 "Summary of Key Rules". Pro14. Retrieved 2013.
  18. ^ "BENETTON GUINNESS PRO14 FIXTURE POSTPONED". Dragons Rugby. 15 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
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