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This Weeks Games: Week 6

Date Game Venue Time(NZ) Result
19 Sep Manawatu v Tasman Central Energy Trust Arena, Palmerston North 7:35 pm 19-29
20 Sep Northland v Southland Toll Stadium, Whangarei 7:35 pm 26-10
21 Sep Bay of Plenty v Waikato (DH) Rotorua International Stadium 7:35 pm 21-54
22 Sep Hawke’s Bay v North Harbour (DH) McLean Park, Napier 2:35 pm 34-51
22 Sep Otago v Canterbury Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin 5:05 pm 25-47
22 Sep Taranaki v Auckland Yarrow Stadium, Taranaki 7:35 pm 0-0
23 Sep Tasman v Counties Manukau (DH) Trafalgar Park, Nelson 2:05 pm 0-0
23 Sep Manawatu v Wellington (DH) Central Energy Trust Arena, Palmerston North 4:35 pm 0-0

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(DH) = Double header with Farah Palmer Cup match

Mitre 10 Cup Standings

Team Played BP1 BP2 Points
Mitre 10 Cup Premiership
Canterbury 7 6 1 27
Auckland 5 4 0 24
Tasman 6 4 0 24
Wellington 6 5 1 22
North Harbour 7 3 0 19
Counties-Manukau 6 2 3 13
Taranaki 6 1 1 10
Mitre 10 Cup Championship
Waikato 7 5 2 23
Hawke's Bay 6 5 1 18
Northland 6 2 2 16
Otago 6 2 1 15
Bay of Plenty 6 0 1 9
Manawatu 6 1 0 5
Southland 6 2 0 2

Full Standings

Previews & Reviews

  • Premiership preview: Tasman v Counties Manukau

    The Mako were far from their best midweek against the Turbos, so their tweaked match-day 23 will be anxious to stamp their quality over the Counties Manukau Steelers, who must win to ease relegation fears. More

  • PREVIEW: Otago v Canterbury

    Otago, attempting to make their way in the Mitre 10 Cup Championship face a Canterbury side looking to bounce back from their Premiership loss to Auckland when playing in Dunedin on Saturday. More

 

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  • PREMIERSHIP PREVIEW: Taranaki v Auckland

    Taranaki came into the 2018 season as one of the Premiership favourites but find themselves in a must-win situation when they host front-runners Auckland in New Plymouth on Saturday. More

  • Crossover preview: Hawke’s Bay v North Harbour

    North Harbour kept alive its semifinal hopes last weekend, so will want to build on that momentum, while Hawke’s Bay must reset for the Championship semifinals after a disappointing Shield challenge. More