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The domestic competition has been established after restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19 resulted in Super Rugby being postponed in mid-March after seven weeks of matches.
- A draw at the end of the regulation 80min will result in golden-point extra time. The first team to score through a try, penalty or drop goal wins the game.
- Players who receive a red card can be replaced by another player 20min after they were sent off.
- All five New Zealand Super Rugby teams will play each other home and away over 10 weeks of competition.
- There are no playoffs or final.
June 13 Otago Highlanders v Waikato Chiefs, Dunedin (7.05pm)
June 14 Auckland Blues v Wellington Hurricanes, Auckland (3.35pm)
June 20 Waikato Chiefs v Auckland Blues, Hamilton (7.05pm)
June 21 Wellington Hurricanes v Canterbury Crusaders, Wellington (3.35pm)
June 27 Auckland Blues v Otago Highlanders, Auckland (7.05pm)
June 28 Canterbury Crusaders v Waikato Chiefs, Christchurch (3.35pm)
July 4 Otago Highlanders v Canterbury Crusaders, Dunedin (7.05pm)
July 5 Waikato Chiefs v Wellington Hurricanes, Hamilton (3.35pm)
July 11 Canterbury Crusaders v Auckland Blues, Christchurch (7.05pm)
July 12 Wellington Hurricanes v Otago Highlanders, Wellington (3.35pm)
July 18 Wellington Hurricanes v Auckland Blues, Wellington (7.05pm)
July 19 Waikato Chiefs v Otago Highlanders, Hamilton (3.35pm)
July 25 Canterbury Crusaders v Wellington Hurricanes, Christchurch (7.05pm)
July 26 Auckland Blues v Waikato Chiefs, Auckland (3.35pm)
Aug 1 Waikato Chiefs v Canterbury Crusaders, Hamilton (7.05pm)
Aug 2 Otago Highlanders v Auckland Blues, Dunedin (3.35pm)
Aug 8 Wellington Hurricanes v Waikato Chiefs, Wellington (7.05pm)
Aug 9 Canterbury Crusaders v Otago Highlanders, Christchurch (3.35pm)
Aug 15 Otago Highlanders v Wellington Hurricanes, Dunedin (7.05pm)
Aug 16 Auckland Blues v Canterbury Crusaders, Auckland (3.35pm)