2014 Super Rugby season

The 2014 Super Rugby season is the fourth season of the 15-team format for the Super Rugby competition involving teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. For sponsorship reasons, this competition is known as Asteron Life Super Rugby in Australia, Investec Super Rugby in New Zealand and Vodacom Super Rugby in South Africa. Including its past incarnations as Super 12 and Super 14, this is the 19th season for the Southern Hemisphere's premier transnational club competition. The conference games will take place every weekend from 15 February until 12 July (with a three-week break between rounds 16 and 17 for internationals games), followed by the finals series, culminating in the grand final on 2 August. The winners of the 2014 Super Rugby Season were the New South Wales Waratahs

2014 Super Rugby season
CountriesAustralia (5 teams)
New Zealand (5 teams)
South Africa (5 teams)
Tournament format(s)Round-robin and knockout
ChampionsWaratahs (1st title)
Matches played125
Tries scored614 (4.91 per match)
Top point scorer(s)Bernard Foley (252)
Top try scorer(s)Israel Folau /
Nemani Nadolo (12)
Official websiteOfficial site
2013 (Previous) (Next) 2015

Competition format

Covering 24 weeks, the schedule features a total of 125 matches. The 15 teams are grouped by geography, labelled the Australian Conference, New Zealand Conference and the South African Conference. The regular season consists of two types of matches:[1]

  • Internal Conference Matches – Each team plays the other four teams in the same conference twice, home and away.
  • Cross Conference Matches – Each team plays four teams of the other two conferences away, and four teams of the other two conferences home, thus missing out on two teams (one from each of the other conferences). Each team plays two home and two away games against teams from each of the other countries, making a total of eight cross conference games for each team. There will be a three-week international break between rounds 15 and 16 of the regular season.

The top team of each conference, plus the next top three teams in table points regardless of conference (wild card teams), will move on to the finals. The top two conference winners, based on table points, receive first-round byes. In the first round of the finals, the third conference winner is the #3 seed and hosts the wild card team with the worst record, and the best wild card team hosts the second-best wild card team. In the semi-finals, the #2 conference winner hosts the higher surviving seed from the first round, and the #1 conference winner hosts the other first-round winner. The final is hosted by the top remaining seed.[2]

The two-legged promotion/relegation play-off initially scheduled between the bottom team in the South African Conference and the Southern Kings was abolished following a meeting on 13 February 2014.[3]

Standings

2014 Super Rugby standings
Overall standings
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1 Waratahs161204481272+20955249158
2 Crusaders161105445322+12341364351
3 Sharks161105406293+11329222450
4 Brumbies161006412378+3449354145
5 Chiefs16826384378+644355344
6 Highlanders16808401442−4139525542
7 Hurricanes16808439374+6549366341
8 Western Force16907343393−5037403140
9 Bulls16718365335+3028293538
10 Blues16709419395+2446436337
11 Stormers16709290326−3630292232
12 Lions16709367413−4631462131
13 Reds165011374493−11942524428
14 Cheetahs164111372527−15538593324
15 Rebels164012303460−15729491421
Australian Conference
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1Waratahs161204481272+20955249158
2Brumbies161006412378+3449354145
3Western Force16907343393−5037403140
4Reds165011374493−11942524428
5Rebels164012303460−15729491421
New Zealand Conference
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1Crusaders161105445322+12341364351
2Chiefs16826384378+644355344
3Highlanders16808401442−4139525542
4Hurricanes16808439374+6549366341
5Blues16709419395+2446436337
South African Conference
Pos Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TB LB Pts
1Sharks161105406293+11329222450
2Bulls16718365335+3028293538
3Stormers16709290326−3630292232
4Lions16709367413−4631462131
5Cheetahs164111372527−15538593324
Final standings.[4][5]

Round-by-round

Team Progression – 2014 Super Rugby season
Team R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19
Waratahs N/A 5
(2nd)
10
(1st)
10
(2nd)
11
(5th)
16
(5th)
16
(5th)
20
(4th)
20
(5th)
24
(4th)
24
(6th)
29
(4th)
29
(8th)
34
(4th)
39
(2nd)
43
(2nd)
48
(1st)
53
(1st)
58
(1st)
Crusaders N/A 0
(11th)
0
(14th)
4
(14th)
8
(9th)
8
(11th)
9
(13th)
13
(12th)
18
(7th)
22
(6th)
22
(8th)
26
(6th)
31
(4th)
32
(6th)
37
(3rd)
41
(3rd)
42
(3rd)
46
(2nd)
51
(2nd)
Sharks 5
(1st)
9
(1st)
9
(2nd)
14
(1st)
18
(1st)
19
(1st)
23
(1st)
23
(1st)
27
(1st)
31
(1st)
31
(1st)
35
(1st)
36
(1st)
40
(1st)
44
(1st)
45
(1st)
45
(2nd)
46
(3rd)
50
(3rd)
Brumbies N/A 0
(12th)
4
(10th)
9
(5th)
13
(3rd)
17
(2nd)
17
(2nd)
21
(2nd)
25
(2nd)
25
(2nd)
30
(2nd)
30
(2nd)
34
(3rd)
35
(2nd)
35
(7th)
40
(4th)
40
(6th)
40
(6th)
45
(4th)
Chiefs N/A 4
(7th)
8
(3rd)
8
(3rd)
13
(2nd)
14
(3rd)
17
(3rd)
20
(3rd)
24
(3rd)
25
(3rd)
25
(5th)
30
(3rd)
35
(2nd)
35
(3rd)
35
(8th)
35
(8th)
36
(9th)
40
(8th)
44
(5th)
Highlanders N/A 5
(3rd)
6
(5th)
6
(8th)
7
(10th)
11
(9th)
11
(11th)
15
(10th)
19
(6th)
19
(8th)
24
(7th)
26
(8th)
30
(7th)
34
(5th)
36
(6th)
38
(5th)
42
(4th)
42
(4th)
42
(6th)
Hurricanes N/A 0
(13th)
1
(13th)
1
(15th)
6
(12th)
7
(12th)
12
(10th)
16
(8th)
16
(10th)
21
(7th)
26
(3rd)
26
(7th)
30
(6th)
31
(8th)
36
(5th)
37
(6th)
41
(5th)
41
(5th)
41
(7th)
Western Force N/A 0
(14th)
0
(15th)
5
(10th)
10
(7th)
14
(7th)
14
(8th)
18
(5th)
22
(4th)
23
(5th)
27
(4th)
27
(5th)
31
(5th)
31
(7th)
36
(4th)
36
(7th)
36
(7th)
40
(7th)
40
(8th)
Bulls 0
(15th)
1
(8th)
5
(8th)
10
(4th)
10
(6th)
14
(6th)
16
(7th)
17
(6th)
18
(8th)
19
(9th)
20
(10th)
24
(10th)
28
(9th)
28
(9th)
33
(9th)
33
(9th)
33
(10th)
33
(10th)
38
(9th)
Blues N/A 0
(10th)
5
(7th)
5
(11th)
7
(11th)
12
(8th)
16
(6th)
16
(9th)
16
(11th)
16
(11th)
20
(9th)
25
(9th)
25
(10th)
25
(10th)
26
(10th)
31
(10th)
36
(8th)
36
(9th)
37
(10th)
Stormers N/A 0
(15th)
4
(12th)
5
(12th)
5
(14th)
5
(14th)
6
(14th)
6
(15th)
6
(15th)
10
(14th)
10
(15th)
15
(14th)
15
(15th)
19
(13th)
24
(11th)
28
(11th)
28
(11th)
32
(11th)
32
(11th)
Lions 4
(4th)
8
(4th)
8
(4th)
8
(7th)
12
(4th)
16
(4th)
16
(4th)
16
(7th)
16
(9th)
16
(10th)
16
(11th)
16
(12th)
18
(11th)
18
(14th)
18
(14th)
22
(13th)
22
(13th)
26
(13th)
31
(12th)
Reds N/A 4
(6th)
4
(11th)
9
(6th)
9
(8th)
10
(10th)
14
(9th)
15
(11th)
16
(12th)
16
(12th)
16
(13th)
16
(13th)
17
(13th)
18
(15th)
18
(15th)
23
(12th)
28
(12th)
28
(12th)
28
(13th)
Cheetahs 1
(5th)
5
(5th)
5
(9th)
5
(13th)
5
(15th)
5
(15th)
5
(15th)
8
(14th)
9
(14th)
9
(15th)
14
(14th)
15
(15th)
16
(14th)
20
(12th)
20
(13th)
20
(15th)
20
(15th)
24
(14th)
24
(14th)
Rebels N/A 0
(9th)
5
(6th)
5
(9th)
6
(13th)
6
(13th)
10
(12th)
11
(13th)
12
(13th)
16
(13th)
16
(12th)
17
(11th)
17
(12th)
21
(11th)
21
(12th)
21
(14th)
21
(14th)
21
(15th)
21
(15th)

The table above shows a team's progression throughout the season.
For each round, each team's cumulative points total is shown with the overall log position in brackets.

Note: Due to the schedule of the 2014 mid-year rugby union tests, only South African teams played in Round 1 and only Australian and New Zealand teams in Round 17.
Also, unlike previous seasons, teams did not get points for byes during the season.
Therefore, some teams were in an artificially higher position due to the fixture schedule.
Key: win draw loss bye

Fixtures

The following fixtures were released 7 October 2013.[7]

Round 1

Bye/s: Blues, Brumbies, Chiefs, Crusaders, Western Force, Highlanders, Hurricanes, Rebels, Reds, Stormers, Waratahs

Round 2

Bye/s: Rebels

Round 3

Bye/s: Sharks

Round 4

Bye/s: Chiefs, Highlanders, Waratahs

Round 5

Bye/s: Bulls

Round 6

Bye/s: Crusaders

Round 7

Bye/s: Cheetahs, Western Force, Lions

Round 8

Bye/s: Sharks

Round 9

Bye/s: Blues, Hurricanes, Stormers

Round 10

Bye/s: Brumbies, Highlanders, Reds

Round 11

Bye/s: Crusaders, Lions, Rebels

Round 12

Bye/s: Western Force

Round 13

Bye/s: Waratahs

Round 14

Bye/s: Blues, Bulls, Chiefs

Round 15

Bye/s: Reds

Round 16

Bye/s: Cheetahs

Round 17

Bye/s: Bulls, Cheetahs, Lions, Sharks, Stormers

Round 18

Bye/s: Brumbies

Round 19

Bye/s: Hurricanes

Finals

Qualifying finals Semifinals Grand final
                             
  19 July 2014  
4   Brumbies 32  
5   Chiefs 30           26 July 2014      
        1   Waratahs 26    
        4   Brumbies 8     2 August 2014
                Waratahs   33
            26 July 2014       Crusaders   32
          2   Crusaders 38    
  19 July 2014         3   Sharks 6    
  3   Sharks 31          
  6   Highlanders 27          

Qualifiers

Semi-Finals

Final

Players

Player statistics

The following table contain points which have been scored in competitive games in the 2014 Super Rugby season.[294]

Squad lists

The teams released the following squad lists: Template:Navboxes

Referees

The following refereeing panel was appointed by SANZAR for the 2014 Super Rugby season:[295]

Prior to Round 7, Jason Jaftha, James Leckie, Francisco Pastrana and Lourens van der Merwe were removed from the refereeing panel, Jaftha due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury that would see him miss four months of the season[296] and the latter three in a move by SANZAR to recognise "who has performed to expectation and who has not."[297]

Attendances

TeamMain StadiumCapacityTotal AttendanceAverage Attendance% Capacity
BluesEden Park50,000
ChiefsWaikato Stadium25,800
HurricanesWestpac Stadium34,50085,68810,71132%
CrusadersRugby League Park18,000
HighlandersForsyth Barr Stadium30,728
RedsSuncorp Stadium52,500227,91328,48954%
BrumbiesCanberra Stadium25,011
WaratahsAllianz Stadium44,000
Melbourne RebelsAAMI Park29,500
Western Forcenib Stadium20,500
SharksABSA Stadium52,000
BullsLoftus Versfeld51,792
LionsEllis Park62,567
CheetahsFree State Stadium46,000
StormersNewlands Stadium51,900

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