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11 March 2016 08:35 Blues v Hurricanes - Auckland 13:05 Force v Brumbies - Perth 12 March 2016 08:35 Highlanders v Lions - Dunedin 10:40 Rebels v Reds - Melbourne 12:50 Sunwolves v Cheetahs - Singapore 15:00 Kings v Chiefs - Port Elizabeth 17:05 Stormers v Sharks - Cape Town 18 March 2016 08:35 Hurricanes v Force - Palmerston North 10:40 Waratahs vs Highlanders - Sydney 19:00 Bulls vs Sharks - Pretoria 19 March 2016 06:15 Sunwolves vs Rebels - Tokyo 08:35 Crusaders vs Kings - Christchurch 10:45 Reds vs Blues - Brisbane 17:05 Lions vs Cheetahs - Johannesburg 19:15 Stormers vs Brumbies - Cape Town 23:40 Jaguares vs Chiefs - Buenos Aires 25 March 2016 08:35 Hurricanes vs Kings - Wellington 26 March 2016 08:35 Chiefs vs Force - Hamilton 10:45 Rebels vs Highlanders - Melbourne 12:55 Sunwolves vs Bulls - Singapore 15:05 Cheetahs vs Brumbies - Bloemfontein 17:15 Sharks vs Crusaders - Durban 23:40 Jaguares vs Stormers - Buenos Aires 27 March 2016 07:05 Reds vs Waratahs - Brisbane
Crusaders vs Blues - Christchurch The Crusaders entertain another arch nemesis from the North Island in round two of the season looking to bounce back from yet another defeat at home to the Chiefs while the Tana Umaga Blues Rugby Revolution will look to build on their upset victory over the reigning champions in the opening Super Rugby game of 2016. Brumbies vs Waratahs - Canberra A mouthwatering clash between the two contenders for the Aussie conference title sees the Waratahs travel to the capital with an unchanged starting 15 and only two changes on the bench, one of which sees the return of Wycliff Palu as he is eased back into the running after his World Cup ending injury. The other change sees Wallaby Benn Robinson miss out and Matthew Sandell given a chance.
Blues 33 Highlanders 31 Tana Umaga's Blues saw off a spirited challenge from the reining champion Highlanders who had Patrick Osborne binned with 10 to play. A Ben Smith double wasn't enough to see the Dunedin outfit over the line even though they scored 4 tries to 3 in a scintillating 80 minutes of rugby.
Brumbies 52 Hurricanes 10 Trampled! Last seasons tabling topping Canes were put to the proverbial sword by a Brumbies side that ran in 7 tries from 7 players to announce their intentions for 2016! 3 unanswered tries saw the Canberra outfit lead 24-3 at the break and the one way traffic continued in the 2nd stanza.