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Cheif’s 2017 Investec Super Rugby home draw…includes game against the British Lions

Bell Block Rugby Fans, Don’t miss out…Here is the 2017 Investec Super Rugby home draw 👌. Remember to get your 2017 Chiefs membership before this Friday for admission to the six action-packed home round robin games at FMG Stadium Waikato as well as priority purchase to the Chiefs v British & Irish Lions! Even better, you won’t pay anything until 1 December, 2016, so you can confirm now, and pay later 👍. DON’T MISS OUT:

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2016 Cheif’s Rugby Squad announced

This morning, Wednesday 28th October 2015 The Cheif’s Rugby Franchise are excited to announce their squad for the upcoming 2016 Investec Super Rugby season. Get all the info on the new squad at #20YearsStrong

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The Chiefs secured their spot in the 2015 ‪#‎SuperRugby‬ Finals Series

Bell Block Rugby Fans were very pleased with the Solid win tonight, Saturday 6th June 2015 by the Cheifs, Taranaki’s Super 15 Rugby Team. Check out the link below for the Match Report: The Chiefs secured their spot in this year’s ‪#‎SuperRugby‬ Finals Series after beating the Reds 24-3 in Brisbane.

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Chiefs v Hurricanes Game at Yarrow Stadium – 7:35PM Saturday, 13 June, 2015

Chiefs v Hurricanes Where: Yarrow Stadium New Plymouth When:7:35PM Saturday, 13 June, 2015 NZ. With the 2015 Rugby World Cup just around the corner this game has some mouth watering match ups. With both teams in playoff contention, the final 2015 round robin match of the season will be an epic clash not to be missed. Buy your tickets now from your preferred outlet. More info can be found at:

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Chiefs v Hurricanes at Yarrow Stadium

Bell Block Rugby Fans are in for a treat on Saturday the 13th June 2015 at 7.35pm, Chiefs v Hurricanes at Yarrow Stadium: With the 2015 Rugby World Cup just around the corner this game has some mouth watering match ups. The obvious being the battle of the five eights, Cruden vs Barrett. An argument that has no answer! The standard certainly doesn’t drop as we shift the ball to the centres and see the experienced Ma’a Nonu steering down the man who has been wearing his black jersey – Sonny Bill Williams. For more info on the great live event visit:

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2015 Cheif’s Rugby Season Tickets are on Sale now

For all us Bell Block Rugby Fans, here is a chance to win a trip for two to Brisbane with the team to watch the Chiefs play the Reds…Get your 2015 membership now and be in the draw.

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Bell Block Rugby Fans out in Force to support the Cheifs

Bell Block Rugby fan’s are ready for Tonight’s Super Rugby,Friday 9th May 2014 game against the Blues in New Plymouth. This is the first of a series of crucial New Zealand Conference battles, The Chiefs need to quickly establish New Plymouth as home territory tonight if they are to extend the Blues’ win drought on the road to 14 matches. With just five points separating the five New Zealand Super Rugby teams, every conference derby is pivotal to the battle for the top spot, which the Chiefs currently hold, and this is the first of five of them that remain for the defending champions. A loss tonight in their first home game at Yarrow Stadium and then a bye next week would give all the Chiefs’ rivals a chance to zoom past them on the table and put pressure on the back-to-back champions to even make the playoffs. A victory, and the Blues’ confidence on the road will be well and truly undermined as they slip further back, and the Chiefs will go into the bye knowing they have done everything they can to keep ahead of the pack, albeit with the Crusaders and Highlanders having a game in hand. But the Blues are chock full of talent, boasting eight past or present All Blacks in their starting lineup to the Chiefs’ five. Former All Black loose forward Jerome Kaino has started to hit his form of old for the first time since returning from Japan and is certain to have a huge battle with Chiefs skipper and All Blacks incumbent No 6 Liam Messam. AT A GLANCE

CHIEFS: Tom Marshall, Dwayne Sweeney, Tim Nanai-Williams, Bundee Aki, James Lowe, Gareth Anscombe, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Liam Messam (c), Sam Cane, Tanerau Latimer, Brodie Retallick, Mike Fitzgerald, Ben Tameifuna, Nathan Harris, Pauliasi Manu. Reserves: Mahonri Schwalger, Jamie Mackintosh, Josh Hohneck, Matt Symons, Liam Squire, Brad Weber, Andrew Horrell, Anton Lienert-Brown

BLUES: Charles Piutau, Frank Halai, George Moala, Ma’a Nonu, Lolagi Visinia, Simon Hickey, Bryn Hall, Jerome Kaino, Brendon O’Connor, Peter Saili, Tom Donnelly, Patrick Tuipulotu, Charlie Faumuina, Keven Mealamu, Tony Woodcock. Reserves: James Parsons, Sam Pratley, Angus Ta’avao, Hayden Triggs, Steven Luatua, Pita Ahki, Ihaia West, Piri Weepu. Referee: Mike Fraser (NZ). Kickoff: 7.35pm tonight, Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

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Bell Block Rugby Fans can’t wait for Cheif’s game

Bell Block Rugby Fans don’t have long to wait now as the Cheifs are in Town, twice in May 2014. The first game is against the Blues at Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth on Friday 9th May 2014. Tickets are for sale in the normal manner. A crowd of around 20,000 is expected for what promise’s to be a great night of Super 15 rugby for Bell Block Rugby Fans.

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