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2014 Rugby Championship Results

2014 Rugby Championship Results

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South Africa64201341102412319
Argentina6150105157-520337
New Zealand6410164917331422

The 2014 Rugby Championship was the third tournament in the annual rugby union series between the national rugby union teams of New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and Argentina.

New Zealand won the title.


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The first Rugby Championship match in 2014 was played on the 16th of August 2014 and the last was on the 4th of October.

New Zealand and Australia drew in Sydney in the tournament opener.

Each team played the other twice on a home and away basis.

At the end of six matches each New Zealand were crowned as Champions.

 

Team
Score
vs
Team
Score
Date
Venue
Match Referee
Attendance

Round 1

Australia
12
v
New Zealand
12
16 August 2014
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Jaco Peyper (South Africa)
68,627
South Africa
13
v
Argentina
6
16 August 2014
Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria
John Lacey (Ireland)
30,453

Round 2

New Zealand 51
v
Australia 20
23 August 2014
Eden Park, Auckland Romain Poite (France) 48,211
Argentina 31
v
South Africa 33
23 August 2014
Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, Salta
Steve Walsh (Australia)
17,000

Round 3

New Zealand 28 v Argentina 9 6 September 2014 McLean Park, Napier Pascal Gaüzère (France) 21,329
Australia 24 v South Africa 23 6 September 2014 Patersons Stadium, Perth George Clancy (Ireland) 25,718

Round 4

New Zealand 14 v South Africa 10 13 September 2014 Westpac Stadium, Wellington Jérôme Garcès (France) 35,747
Australia 32 v Argentina 25 13 September 2014 Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast Glen Jackson (New Zealand) 14,281

Round 5

South Africa 28 v Australia 10 27 September 2014 Newlands, Cape Town Nigel Owens (Wales) 44,955
Argentina 13 v New Zealand 34 27 September 2014 Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata Craig Joubert (South Africa) 37,000

Round 6

South Africa 27 v New Zealand 25 4 October 2014 Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg Wayne Barnes (England) 61,261
Argentina 21  v Australia 17
4 October 2014
Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza Nigel Owens (Wales) 26,000

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