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Match scheduled:Date : 13-05-2011
Time : from 20:05 until 22:05 (CET)
Leinster vs Ulster
Rugby Magners League
Semi Finals – Rugby Magners League 2010/2011
The Super 15 is the largest rugby union football club championship in the southern hemisphere, consisting of provincial teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Super Rugby (rendered in the current competition logo as “SupeRugby”, also colloquially referred to as “Super 15″) is the largest and pre-eminent professional Rugby union competition in the Southern Hemisphere. After starting as the Super 10, then Super 12 and later growing into the Super 14 competition, it then expanded to 15 teams for the 2011 season and has been rebranded as Super Rugby, with no number included. It consists of teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The competition was started in 1996, and from the first season through to 2005, the competition was known as Super 12; the name was changed to Super 14 following the addition of two teams for the 2006 season. In 2011, the competition expanded to 15 teams, and the name was changed to ‘Super Rugby’. Matches are now broadcast in 41 countries.