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The 2014–15 Pro12 (also known as the Guinness Pro12 for sponsorship reasons) was the 14th season of the professional rugby union competition originally known as the Celtic League, and the fifth with its current four-country format.

2014–15 Pro12
CountriesIreland Ireland
 Italy
 Scotland
 Wales
Date5 September 2014 – 30 May 2015
ChampionsScotland Glasgow Warriors (1st title)
Runners-upIreland Munster
Matches played135
Attendance1,159,127
(average 8,586 per match)
Tries scored587
(average 4.3 per match)
Top point scorerIan Keatley (Munster)
(184 points)
Top try scorerRhys Webb (Ospreys)
(12 tries)
Official website
www.pro12rugby.com

It was the first season to be referred to as the Pro12 to not have RaboDirect as the title sponsor, having been replaced by Guinness.[1][2]

Leinster were the defending champions having beaten Glasgow Warriors in the previous season's playoff final, to become the first team in the league to successfully retain the trophy.[3] Leinster were unable to defend their title as they failed to qualify for the end-of-season playoffs for the top four teams after the regular season. Glasgow Warriors finished the regular season on top of the table, and were crowned champions for the first time, beating second seeded team Munster 31–13 in the final.[4][5][6] Thus, the Warriors became the first Scottish team to win a professional trophy, beating Edinburgh's appearance in the final of the 2014–15 European Rugby Challenge Cup.

The twelve competing teams were the four Irish teams, Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster; two Italian teams, Benetton Treviso and Zebre; two Scottish teams, Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors and four Welsh teams, Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets.

The Guinness PRO12 Trophy is a 60 cm tall piece handmade made by silversmith Thomas Lyte from 8.3 kg of sterling silver, with league branding highlighted in gold plate.[citation needed]

Changes for the seasonEdit

All countriesEdit

With the Heineken Cup being replaced by the 20-team European Rugby Champions Cup in the 2014–15 season, the Pro12 table had a greater impact on qualification. Though the qualification was decided by the league table in the 2013–14 season, teams were not aware this would be the case until April 2014.

Under the previous format, the Pro12 provided a minimum of ten teams, with Scotland and Italy providing two teams each, and Ireland and Wales both providing three. The new system saw one place now being reserved for the highest finishing Pro12 team from each of four participating countries and three other qualifiers based solely on league position, for a total of seven teams. The other teams were entered in the new second-tier competition, the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Starting in the 2015–16 competition, the 20th tournament spot will be decided by a playoff involving the Pro12's highest-finishing team that has not already qualified, the seventh highest finishing club from France's Top 14 and the seventh highest finishing club from the English Premiership. The play-off was initially planned to involve two Pro12 teams, but that plan was scrapped due to fixture clashes with the Top 14.[7][8]

IrelandEdit

Connacht entered the season with a new captain following the forced retirement of Craig Clarke due to persistent concussions.[9] John Muldoon was confirmed as the new captain in August 2014.[10] They were also without the playing services of former captain and centurion Gavin Duffy, whose contract was not renewed the previous season. It was later announced that he had taken up a role with the province's commercial team.[11]

Leinster came into the competition without the services of long serving player Brian O'Driscoll, who retired at the end of the 2013–14 season, for the first time. O'Driscoll had played in every previous season of the league.[12] They were also without last year's captain Leo Cullen on the playing field, as he also retired, taking up the role of forwards coach.[13] Irish international Jamie Heaslip was announced as the side's new captain in August 2014, with Rob Kearney and Seán O'Brien serving as his vice-captains.[14]

Following the departure of last year's head coach Rob Penney, who took up a role with the Japanese side NTT Communications Shining Arcs, Munster were coached by former player and previous season's forwards coach Anthony Foley.[15] Foley was joined in the coaching staff by his fellow former Munster players Mick O'Driscoll and Jerry Flannery, as well as Cork Constitution head coach Brian Walsh.[16][17]

Ulster entered the season with their home stadium, the Kingspan Stadium redeveloped, with the stadium's capacity having been increased to 18,196. In June 2014, David Humphreys left his post as the province's Director of Rugby, joining English Premiership side Gloucester.[18] Later that month, it was announced that head coach Mark Anscombe would also leave the province "with immediate effect". Ireland assistant coach Les Kiss filled the role of Director of Rugby on an interim basis.[19] In October 2014, Kiss returned to his position with the Ireland team, with Neil Doak taking the role of head coach. It was announced that Kiss would return to his role with Ulster on a full-time basis following the 2015 World Cup.[20] In addition to the changes in the coaching staff, Ulster entered the season with Rory Best reinstated as captain, following the retirement of Johann Muller at the end of the previous season.[21][22]

ItalyEdit

Despite threats during the previous season that the team would be pulled out of the competition, Benetton Treviso returned for their fifth season in the league.[23] Following the resignation of Franco Smith during the course of the previous season, Umberto Casellato took over as the side's head coach. Casellato joined the side from Zebre where he had served as assistant coach.[24][25]

ScotlandEdit

Ahead of the 2014–15 season, Edinburgh lost of a number of experienced players, including Geoff Cross, Nick De Luca, Greig Laidlaw and Ross Rennie. The departure of Laidlaw meant Edinburgh came into the competition with a new captain, and in September 2014, Mike Coman was named as skipper.[26] Edinburgh's home ground of Murrayfield was resurfaced by the time the new season began, following an infestation of nematodes, a type of parasitic worm.[27] In addition to being resurfaced, Murrayfield was renamed under a naming rights agreement with the BT Group. The deal saw the ground referred to as 'BT Murrayfield Stadium'.[28]

WalesEdit

Beginning in 2014–15, the BT Group became the main sponsor on the shirts of three of the four Welsh teams, sponsoring Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets, while Cardiff Blues had their home stadium of Cardiff Arms Park renamed under a deal with the group, which saw it referred to officially as 'BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park'.[28]

Cardiff Blues entered the season under new leadership, with Mark Hammett coming in as director of rugby. Dale McIntosh and Paul John stay on as coaches under him. Hammett joined from New Zealand Super Rugby franchise, the Hurricanes.[29] The Blues were without Leigh Halfpenny, whose departure to Toulon was announced in January 2014.[30] Wales captain Sam Warburton continued playing with the side as the first centrally contracted player in Wales, having signed a deal with the Welsh Rugby Union in January 2014.[31] It was also announced that, following his recovery from testicular cancer, Matthew Rees would continue to serve as the team's captain.[32]

Newport Gwent Dragons entered the season with a new captain. Former Lions player Lee Byrne took over from Andrew Coombs on his return from Clermont Auvergne and the Top 14. He previously played for rival regions Scarlets and Ospreys.[33]

Like most regions, Ospreys entered the season having lost experienced international players. Ian Evans and Richard Hibbard were among the players to have departed, with the pair joining Bristol and Gloucester respectively. The team also lost experienced player Adam Jones. Jones, who had played in every season for the region since its foundation, stayed within Welsh rugby with a move to Cardiff Blues.

Scarlets entered the season with a new head coach, following Simon Easterby's exit. Easterby left the side to become forwards coach to Ireland, working under Joe Schmidt.[34] His replacement was Wayne Pivac, with Pivac joining the region from ITM Cup side Auckland. Scarlets were also without the services of one of the previous season's joint captains Jonathan Davies, who departed to join French side Clermont Auvergne. The side was captained by Welsh international Ken Owens, with Scott Williams serving as his deputy in the role.[35]

Pre-season friendliesEdit

TeamsEdit

TableEdit

Pro12 Table watch · edit · discuss
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1   Glasgow Warriors (CH) 22 16 1 5 540 360 +180 63 33 9 0 75
2   Munster (RU) 22 15 2 5 581 367 +214 68 31 8 3 75
3   Ospreys (SF) 22 16 1 5 546 358 +188 53 30 6 2 74
4   Ulster (SF) 22 14 2 6 524 372 +152 59 34 6 3 69
5   Leinster 22 11 3 8 483 375 +108 54 39 8 4 62
6   Scarlets 22 11 3 8 452 388 +64 43 39 4 3 57
7   Connacht 22 10 1 11 447 419 +28 49 48 3 5 50
8   Edinburgh 22 10 1 11 399 419 −20 41 48 3 3 48
9   Newport Gwent Dragons 22 8 0 14 393 484 −91 38 55 4 6 42
10   Cardiff Blues 22 7 1 14 430 545 −115 46 57 3 2 35
11   Benetton Treviso 22 3 1 18 306 641 −335 34 81 2 3 19
12   Zebre 22 3 0 19 266 639 −373 27 80 0 3 15

If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:[38]

  1. number of matches won;
  2. the difference between points for and points against;
  3. the number of tries scored;
  4. the most points scored;
  5. the difference between tries for and tries against;
  6. the fewest red cards received;
  7. the fewest yellow cards received.

Green background (rows 1 to 4) are play-off places, and earn a place in the 2015–16 European Rugby Champions Cup.
Blue background indicates teams outside the play-off places, that earn a place in the European Rugby Champions Cup. The top team from each country will qualify.
Yellow background indicates the team that advances to a play-off semi-final against Aviva Premiership side Gloucester, who qualified for the play-off as the 2014–15 European Rugby Challenge Cup winners.[39]
Plain background indicates teams that earn a place in the 2015–16 European Rugby Challenge Cup.

FixturesEdit

All times are local.

Round 1Edit

5 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   13–14   Edinburgh
Try: Stander (2) 35' m, 59' m
Pen: Keatley (1/2) 69'
Report[40] Try: Cuthbert 47' m
Pen: Heathcote (3/5) 3', 8', 40'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 13,428
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

5 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Ospreys   44–13   Benetton Treviso
Try: Smith 20' c
Webb 40' c
Hassler 49' c
Baldwin 54' c
Dirksen 79' c
Con: Biggar (4/4)
Davies (1/1)
Pen: Biggar (3/3) 6', 9', 32'
Report[41] Try: Fuser 64' c
Con: Carlisle (1/1)
Pen: Carlisle (2/2) 14', 27'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,213
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

6 September 2014
14:40
(1 BP) Scarlets   32–32   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Robinson 1' c
Pitman 25' c
G. Davies (2) 38' c, 63' m
Con: Priestland (3/4)
Pen: Priestland (2/2) 11', 45'
Report[42] Try: Van der Merwe 8' c
Tuohy 13' m
Ludik 67' c
Trimble 78' c
Con: Humphreys (3/4)
Pen: Humphreys (2/2) 30', 48'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,531
Referee: Peter Fitzgibbon (IRFU)

6 September 2014
17:00
Connacht   16–11   Newport Gwent Dragons (1 BP)
Try: E. McKeon 9' m
Poolman 54' m
Pen: Leader (2/3) 15', 51'
Report[43] Try: Cudd 23' m
Pen: Tovey (2/3) 30', 75'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,123
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

6 September 2014
17:15
Glasgow Warriors   22–20   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Horne 16' c
Gray 23' m
Strauss 30' c
Con: Pyrgos (2/3)
Pen: Hogg (1/1) 80'
Report[44] Try: J. McGrath 71' c
Denton 73' c
Con: Gopperth (2/2)
Pen: Madigan (1/1) 33'
Gopperth (1/2) 51'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,725
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

7 September 2014
17:00
Zebre   26–41   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: Leonard 20' m
Ferrarini 32' c
Berryman 44' m
Con: Orquera (1/3)
Pen: Orquera (1/2) 11'
Haimona (2/2) 54', 62'
Report[45] Try: Patchell 9' c
L. Williams 13' c
Fish 47' c
Cuthbert 50' c
Dacey 66' c
Con: Patchell (5/5)
Pen: Patchell (2/3) 40', 69'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,800
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

Round 2Edit

12 September 2014
20:00
Benetton Treviso   10–21   Munster
Try: Ragusi 17' c
Con: Carlisle (1/1)
Pen: Carlisle (1/3) 63'
Report[46] Try: Stander 28' c
Zebo 50' m
Con: Keatley (1/2)
Pen: Keatley (3/3) 2', 25', 70'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,491
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

12 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   13–14   Connacht
Try: du Preez 40' c
Con: Heathcote (1/1)
Pen: Heathcote (2/3) 3', 9'
Report[47] Try: Faloon 75' m
Pen: Leader (3/5) 23', 37', 55'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,777
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

12 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Newport Gwent Dragons   15–17   Ospreys
Pen: Tovey (1/1) 14'
O'Brien (4/4) 45', 50', 71', 74'
Report[48] Try: Walker 36' c
Webb 47' c
Con: Biggar (2/2)
Pen: Biggar (1/1) 29'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 7,199
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

12 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   33–13   Zebre
Try: Williams 4' c
Gilroy 16' c
Diack 26' m
Trimble 59' c
Tuohy 65' c
Con: Humphreys (4/5)
Report[49] Try: Vunisa 7' c
Con: Haimona (1/1)
Pen: Haimona (2/3) 11', 70'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,835
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

13 September 2014
14:40
(1 BP) Leinster   42–12   Scarlets
Try: R. Kearney (2) 8' c, 27' c
Madigan (2) 34' c, 52' c
Ryan 57' c
Furlong 69' c
Con: Madigan (6/6)
Report[50] Try: S. Williams 13' m
Snyman 80' c
Con: S. Shingler (1/1)
RDS Arena
Attendance: 16,108
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

14 September 2014
16:00
Cardiff Blues   12–33   Glasgow Warriors
Pen: Patchell (4/6) 3', 18', 47', 56'
Report[51] Try: Lamont 32' c
Matawalu (2) 57' c, 67' c
Con: Pyrgos (1/1)
Weir (2/2)
Pen: Pyrgos (2/2) 7', 12'
Weir (2/2) 62', 66'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 6,897
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

Round 3Edit

19 September 2014
19:30
(1 BP) Munster   31–5   Zebre
Try: Zebo (3) 14' m, 30' m, 36' c
Smith 43' c
Kilcoyne 64' c
Con: Hanrahan (3/4)
Report[52] Try: Vunisa 80' m
Thomond Park
Attendance: 12,488
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

19 September 2014
19:35
Cardiff Blues   9–26   Ulster
Pen: Patchell (3/4) 21', 27', 35'
Report[53] Try: Tuohy 51' c
Humphreys 74' c
Con: Jackson (1/1)
Humphreys (1/1)
Pen: Jackson (4/5) 7', 29', 33', 40'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 7,041
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

19 September 2014
19:35
Connacht   10–9   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Marmion 54' c
Con: Carty (1/1)
Pen: Carty (1/2) 21'
Report[54] Pen: Madigan (3/4) 2', 11', 15'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,917
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)[55]

20 September 2014
14:40
Newport Gwent Dragons   13–33   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Rees 57' c
Con: O'Brien (1/1)
Pen: O'Brien (2/3) 23', 46'
Report[56] Try: Dunbar 4' c
Strauss 54' c
Seymour 68' m
Swinson 77' m
Con: Weir (2/4)
Pen: Weir (2/2) 18', 48'
Hogg (1/1) 28'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,885
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

20 September 2014
18:00
(1 BP) Scarlets   43–0   Benetton Treviso
Try: E. Phillips 1' c
G. Davies (2) 15' m, 37' c
Li. Williams (2) 45' m, 51' c
Snyman 48' c
Owen 63' m
Con: Priestland (4/6)
Report[57]
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 5,791
Referee: Matteo Liperini (FIR)

21 September 2014
16:00
(1 BP) Ospreys   62–13   Edinburgh
Try: Webb (2) 1' c, 11' c
Baker 32' c
Biggar 45' c
Hassler 49' m
Spratt 61' m
Dirksen 69' c
Grabham 72' c
Ardron 76' c
Con: Biggar (4/6)
Davies (3/3)
Pen: Biggar (1/1) 40'
Report[58] Try: Watson 36' c
Con: Heathcote (1/1)
Pen: Heathcote (2/2) 8', 43'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,340
Referee: Peter Fitzgibbon (IRFU)[55]

Round 4Edit

26 September 2014
19:35
Edinburgh   20–20   Scarlets
Try: Visser 35' c
Burleigh 72' c
Con: Heathcote (2/2)
Pen: Heathcote (2/3) 8', 50'
Report[59] Try: Robinson 1' c
Li. Williams 31' c
Con: Priestland (2/2)
Pen: Priestland (2/3) 11', 44'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,328
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

26 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   39–21   Connacht
Try: Hogg (2) 19' c, 46' m
Pyrgos 36' c
Van der Merwe 61' c
Bennett 74' c
Con: Weir (4/5)
Pen: Weir (2/2) 30', 71'
Report[60] Try: McSharry 23' c
Leader 56' c
penalty try 68' c
Con: Porter (3/3)
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,821
Referee: Claudio Blessano (FIR)

26 September 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   37–23   Cardiff Blues
Try: Ruddock 37' c
M. McGrath 46' c
D'Arcy 51' c
L. McGrath 80' c
Con: Madigan (4/4)
Pen: Madigan (3/4) 4', 8', 72'
Report[61] Try: Allen 62' c
Warburton 65' c
Con: Patchell (2/2)
Pen: Patchell (3/4) 18', 29', 40'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 12,540
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

27 September 2014
16:00
Zebre   13–6   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Chistolini 44' c
Con: Haimona (1/1)
Pen: Haimona (1/1) 68'
Drop: Haimona (1/1) 72'
Report[62] Pen: Humphreys (2/2) 50', 53'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,269
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

27 September 2014
18:30
(1 BP) Munster   14–19   Ospreys
Try: Van den Heever 11' m
Pen: Keatley (3/4) 40', 41', 56'
Report[63] Try: Hassler 15' c
Con: Biggar (1/1)
Pen: Biggar (4/4) 32', 53', 65', 69'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 13,547
Referee: Neil Hennessy (WRU)

28 September 2014
16:00
(1 BP) Newport Gwent Dragons   33–15   Benetton Treviso
Try: Amos (2) 11' c, 16' c
Smith 42' m
J. Evans 46' m
Con: Tovey (2/4)
Pen: Tovey (3/4) 3', 61', 80'
Report[64] Try: Luamanu 52' m
Auva'a 60' c
Con: Carlisle (1/2)
Pen: Carlisle (1/2) 29'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,162
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

Round 5Edit

3 October 2014
19:35
Connacht   24–24   Cardiff Blues
Try: Henshaw 31' c
Marmion 42' c
White 46' c
Con: Ronaldson (3/3)
Pen: Ronaldson (1/1) 6'
Report[65] Try: A. Thomas 19' c
Cook 69' c
Andrews 78' c
Con: Patchell (3/3)
Pen: Patchell (1/1) 36'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,247
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

3 October 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   30–0   Edinburgh
Try: Trimble (2) 25' c, 78' m
Williams 61' m
Best 68' c
Con: Jackson (1/1)
Olding (1/3)
Pen: Jackson (2/3) 13', 39'
Report[66]
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 15,479
Referee: Claudio Blessano (FIR)

3 October 2014
20:35
(1 BP) Zebre   14–15   Ospreys
Try: Bisegni 4' m
Pen: Garcia (3/4) 23', 43', 69'
Report[67] Pen: Davies (5/9) 13', 37', 52', 66', 71'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,812
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)

4 October 2014
18:30
Leinster   23–34   Munster
Try: Fanning 62' c
penalty try 69' c
Con: Madigan (2/2)
Pen: Madigan (3/3) 2', 12', 35'
Report[68] Try: Cronin 18' m
Copeland 31' c
Keatley 37' c
Con: Keatley (2/3)
Pen: Keatley (4/5) 4', 16', 24', 66'
Hanrahan (1/1) 76'
Aviva Stadium
Attendance: 43,817
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

5 October 2014
15:00
Benetton Treviso   23–40   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Campagnaro (2) 8' c, 62' c
Con: Carlisle (1/1)
Hayward (1/1)
Pen: Carlisle (3/4) 1', 32', 38'
Report[69] Try: Seymour (2) 13' m, 27' c
Holmes 23' c
Eddie 48' c
Van der Merwe 54' c
Lamont 56' c
Con: Weir (3/4)
Russell (2/2)
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,382
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

5 October 2014
16:00
Scarlets   26–13   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: Owen 16' c
K. Phillips 64' c
Con: Priestland (2/2)
Pen: Priestland (3/3) 12', 14', 54'
S. Shingler (1/1) 77'
Report[70] Try: Rees 71' c
Con: O'Brien (1/1)
Pen: Tovey (2/2) 9', 63'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,124
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

Round 6Edit

10 October 2014
20:00
(1 BP) Benetton Treviso   6–9   Connacht
Pen: Hayward (2/3) 6', 38'
Report[71] Pen: Ronaldson (3/5) 17', 30', 67'

10 October 2014
19:35
Munster   17–6   Scarlets
Try: Smith 24' m
Pen: Hanrahan (4/6) 21', 42', 48', 60'
Report[72] Pen: Priestland (1/3) 38'
Drop: Priestland (1/1) 1'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 13,851
Referee: Claudio Blessano (FIR)

11 October 2014
14:40
Edinburgh   24–10   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: Visser 47' c
Fife 55' m
Con: Heathcote (1/2)
Pen: Heathcote (4/4) 33', 37', 46', 63'
Report[73] Try: Pewtner 43' c
Con: Tovey (1/1)
Pen: O'Brien (1/2) 60'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,156
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

11 October 2014
16:00
Zebre   3–20   Leinster
Pen: Orquera (1/1) 25'
Report[74] Try: Madigan 44' c
L. McGrath 67' c
Con: Madigan (1/1)
Gopperth (1/1)
Pen: Madigan (2/3) 40', 49'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,518
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

11 October 2014
17:05
Ulster   29–9   Glasgow Warriors
Try: Gilroy 66' c
Bowe 69' c
Con: Humphreys (2/2)
Pen: Humphreys (5/6) 10', 16', 21', 31', 36'
Report[75] Pen: Russell (3/3) 7', 18', 43'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 16,260
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

12 October 2014
16:00
Ospreys   26–15   Cardiff Blues
Try: D. Evans 27' c
Webb 51' c
Con: Biggar (2/2)
Pen: Biggar (4/4) 2', 6', 11', 21'
Report[76] Try: L. Williams 77' m
Dacey 80' c
Con: Patchell (1/2)
Pen: Patchell (1/1) 25'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 10,821
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

Round 7Edit

31 October 2014
19:35
Glasgow Warriors   17–9   Benetton Treviso
Try: Matawalu 19' m
Pen: Horne (4/6) 24', 36', 67', 79'
Report[77] Pen: Hayward (3/4) 29', 38', 54'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,901
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

31 October 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   33–8   Edinburgh
Try: Ryan (2) 3' m, 52' c
Conan 12' c
Marshall 63' c
M. McGrath 79' c
Con: Gopperth (4/5)
Report[78] Try: Leonardi 75' m
Pen: Heathcote (1/3) 23'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 15,077
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

31 October 2014
19:35
Ospreys   26–11   Connacht
Try: Hassler 48' c
Roberts 61' c
Con: Davies (2/2)
Pen: Davies (4/6) 4', 51', 56', 66'
Report[79] Try: E. McKeon 77' m
Pen: Ronaldson (2/5) 36', 46'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,010
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

1 November 2014
17:15
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   24–28   Munster
Try: Amorosino 33' m
Vosawai 62' c
Con: G. Davies (1/2)
Pen: Patchell (3/4) 8', 13', 23'
G. Davies (1/1) 73'
Report[80] Try: Butler 77' c
Con: J. Holland (1/1)
Pen: Hanrahan (7/7) 2', 10', 15', 19', 32', 39', 69'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 6,902
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

1 November 2014
18:00
Scarlets   28–13   Zebre
Try: Hughes 60' c
Con: S. Shingler (1/1)
Pen: S. Shingler (7/8) 6', 15', 28', 33', 42', 47', 78'
Report[81] Try: Bernabò 29' c
Con: Padovani (1/1)
Pen: Padovani (2/3) 18', 25'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 5,342
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

1 November 2014
19:35
Ulster   23–6   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: Olding (2) 29' m, 46' m
Fitzpatrick 80' c
Con: Humphreys (1/1)
Pen: Jackson (2/2) 25', 28'
Report[82] Pen: O'Brien (2/2) 34', 59'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,501
Referee: Matteo Liperini (FIR)

Round 8Edit

21 November 2014
19:30
Newport Gwent Dragons   12–38   Munster (1 BP)
Pen: G. Jones (4/5) 5', 19', 32', 65'
Report[83] Try: Copeland 14' c
Casey (2) 46' c, 72' c
Smith 62' c
R. O'Mahony 78' c
Con: Keatley (5/5)
Pen: Keatley (1/1) 43'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,783
Referee: Matteo Liperini (FIR)

21 November 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Connacht   43–3   Zebre
Try: Poolman 27' m
Kearney 46' c
penalty try 61' c
Jo. Cooney 65' m
Carty 68' c
Con: Porter (1/2)
Nikora (1/1)
Carty (1/2)
Pen: Porter (4/6) 13', 19', 34', 38'
Report[84] Pen: Odiete (1/2) 17'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,486
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

21 November 2014
19:35
Scarlets   19–9   Glasgow Warriors
Try: Pitman 76' c
Con: S. Shingler (1/1)
Pen: S. Shingler (4/4) 5', 13', 25', 63'
Report[85] Pen: Horne (3/3) 7', 44', 60'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,038
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

21 November 2014
19:35
Ulster   25–16   Ospreys
Try: Cave (2) 9' c, 78' c
Van der Merwe 39' m
Con: Jackson (1/2)
Humphreys (1/1)
Pen: Jackson (2/2) 19, 31'
Report[86] Try: Roberts 43' c
Con: Davies (1/1)
Pen: Davies (3/3) 32', 59', 61'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 16,923
Referee: Neil Hennessy (WRU)

23 November 2014
15:30
(1 BP) Benetton Treviso   24–24   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Pratichetti 12' c
Budd 25' m
Barbini 50' c
Giazzon 72' m
Con: Hayward (2/4)
Report[87] Try: Fanning (2) 3' m, 67' c
D. Kearney 29' m
B. Byrne 41' c
Con: Gopperth (2/4)
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,851
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

23 November 2014
16:00
Edinburgh   28–13   Cardiff Blues
Try: Strauss 7' c
Fife 46' c
Brown 57' m
Con: Heathcote (2/3)
Pen: Heathcote (3/4) 15', 24', 36'
Report[88] Try: A. Thomas 73' c
Con: G. Davies (1/1)
Pen: G. Davies (2/3) 12', 38'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,803
Referee: Leo Colgan (IRFU)

Round 9Edit

28 November 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   36–25   Benetton Treviso
Try: L. Williams 11' c
Tuculet 28' m
R. Smith 52' c
Dacey 57' c
Watts-Jones 71' c
Con: Anscombe (1/2)
G. Davies (3/3)
Pen: G. Davies (1/1) 48'
Report[89] Try: Carlisle 22' c
Minto (2) 60' c, 66' m
Con: Carlisle (2/3)
Pen: Carlisle (2/2) 8', 36'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,028
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

28 November 2014
19:35
Munster   21–20   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Copeland 29' m
Williams 43' c
Con: Keatley (1/2)
Pen: Keatley (3/5) 23', 51', 54'
Report[90] Try: Williams 79' m
Pen: Humphreys (5/5) 2', 10', 12', 20', 71'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 17,101
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

29 November 2014
16:00
Zebre   18–10   Edinburgh
Try: Bisegni 62' c
Visentin 70' m
Con: Haimona (1/2)
Pen: Haimona (2/4) 10', 53'
Report[91] Try: Grant 38' c
Con: Heathcote (1/1)
Pen: Heathcote (1/2) 44'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,583
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

29 November 2014
17:15
Leinster   18–12   Ospreys (1 BP)
Pen: Madigan (3/3) 9', 16', 21'
Gopperth (3/3) 52', 72', 79'
Report[92] Pen: Davies (4/4) 6', 30', 37', 58'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 15,928
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

29 November 2014
19:30
Connacht   14–8   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Healy 48' m
Pen: Carty (3/4) 19', 47', 63'
Report[93] Try: Robinson 3' m
Pen: S. Shingler (1/2) 1'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,631
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

30 November 2014
16:00
Glasgow Warriors   19–15   Newport Gwent Dragons (1 BP)
Try: penalty try 44' c
Con: Weir (1/1)
Pen: Weir (4/4) 7', 24', 60', 66'
Report[94] Pen: G. Jones (5/5) 5', 16', 28', 46', 71'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,289
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

Round 10Edit

19 December 2014
19:35
Cardiff Blues   21–9   Scarlets
Try: Navidi (2) 17' c, 28' m
Con: Anscombe (1/2)
Pen: Anscombe (3/4) 6', 11', 32'
Report[95] Pen: Priestland (3/3) 23', 25', 49'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 9,443
Referee: Peter Fitzgibbon (IRFU)

19 December 2014
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   48–0   Benetton Treviso
Try: Hidalgo-Clyne 1' c
Coman 24' c
Nel 59' c
Hart 62' c
Grant 70' c
Denton 80' c
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (3/3)
Heathcote (3/3)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/3) 16', 50'
Report[96]
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 2,768
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

19 December 2014
19:35
Leinster   21–11   Connacht
Try: Jennings 12' m
Kirchner 78' c
Con: Gopperth (1/2)
Pen: Gopperth (3/3) 16', 41', 49'
Report[97] Try: Naoupu 73' m
Pen: Carty (2/3) 31', 40'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 16,007
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

20 December 2014
14:40
Glasgow Warriors   21–18   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Nakarawa 51' c
Gray 72' m
Con: Russell (1/2)
Pen: Russell (3/5) 6', 18', 29'
Report[98] Try: Hanrahan 7' m
Copeland 40' c
Con: Hanrahan (1/2)
Pen: Hanrahan (2/4) 26', 36'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,176
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

20 December 2014
17:15
(1 BP) Ospreys   31–20   Ulster
Try: Biggar 17' c
Webb (2) 36' c, 48' c
Dirksen 55' c
Con: Biggar (4/4)
Pen: Biggar (1/1) 2'
Report[99] Try: Herring 59' c
Bowe 67' c
Con: Humphreys (2/2)
Pen: Humphreys (2/2) 14', 43'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,395
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

21 December 2014
16:00
Newport Gwent Dragons   25–11   Zebre
Try: Wardle 23' c
Amos 45' m
Landman 49' c
Con: Prydie (2/3)
Pen: Prydie (2/4) 5', 40'
Report[100] Try: Manici 53' m
Pen: Haimona (2/3) 19', 29'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,823
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

Round 11Edit

26 December 2014
14:05
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   17–23   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: Hoeata 62' c
Knoyle 69' c
Con: Anscombe (2/2)
Pen: G. Davies (1/3) 40'
Report[101] Try: Dee 30' c
penalty try 46' c
Con: Prydie (2/2)
Pen: Prydie (3/3) 16', 36', 74'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 10,900
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

26 December 2014
17:00
Munster   28–13   Leinster
Try: Stander 16' m
Conway 44' c
Da. O'Callaghan 62' c
Con: Keatley (2/3)
Pen: Keatley (3/4) 2', 31', 54'
Report[102] Try: Jennings 69' c
Con: Madigan (1/1)
Pen: Madigan (2/3) 6', 28'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 25,600
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

26 December 2014
18:45
Ulster   13–10   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Gilroy 19' c
Con: Jackson (1/1)
Pen: Jackson (2/4) 14', 62'
Report[103] Try: Muldowney 66' c
Con: Carty (1/1)
Pen: Carty (1/1) 4'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,107
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

27 December 2014
14:40
Glasgow Warriors   16–6   Edinburgh
Try: Strauss 36' c
Con: Weir (1/1)
Pen: Weir (3/4) 15', 34', 69'
Report[104] Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (1/1) 5'
Heathcote (1/1) 52'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,945
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

27 December 2014
17:15
Ospreys   17–15   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Natoga 28' c
Lydiate 32' c
Con: Biggar (2/2)
Pen: Biggar (1/2) 11'
Report[105] Pen: Priestland (1/1) 7'
S. Shingler (4/4) 19', 36', 56', 64'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 15,632
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

28 December 2014
15:00
Zebre   16–26   Benetton Treviso
Try: Venditti 4' c
Con: Haimona (1/1)
Pen: Haimona (3/5) 12', 17', 45'
Report[106] Try: Seniloli 29' c
Minto 73' c
Con: Hayward (2/2)
Pen: Hayward (4/4) 9', 15', 40', 50'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 4,530
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

Round 12Edit

1 January 2015
14:05
(1 BP) Newport Gwent Dragons   9–11   Cardiff Blues
Pen: Prydie (3/4) 2', 47', 56'
Report[107] Try: Allen 15' m
Pen: Anscombe (1/2) 68'
Drop: Anscombe (1/1) 41'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 8,486
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

1 January 2015
17:00
Connacht   24–16   Munster
Try: Marmion 29' c
Ronaldson 42' c
Muldowney 60' c
Con: Ronaldson (1/1)
Leader (2/2)
Pen: Nikora (1/1) 55'
Report[108] Try: P. O'Mahony 10' c
Con: Keatley (1/1)
Pen: Keatley (3/3) 7', 15', 38'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 7,745
Referee: David Wilkinson (IRFU)

2 January 2015
19:35
Edinburgh   20–8   Glasgow Warriors
Try: Visser (2) 28' c, 32' c
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/2)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/4) 17', 25'
Report[109] Try: Matawalu 41' m
Pen: Russell (1/1) 10'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 15,810
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

3 January 2015
15:00
Benetton Treviso   17–15   Zebre (1 BP)
Try: Campagnaro 22' c
Gori 71' c
Con: Hayward (2/2)
Pen: Hayward (1/2) 13'
Report[110] Try: Geldenhuys 69' m
Leonard 80' c
Con: Haimona (1/2)
Pen: Padovani (1/2) 11'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 4,925
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

3 January 2015
14:40
Leinster   24–11   Ulster
Try: Madigan 42' c
Conan 79' m
Con: Madigan (1/2)
Pen: Madigan (4/4) 21', 31', 40', 60'
Report[111] Try: Herbst 49' m
Pen: Pienaar (2/4) 16', 25'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 18,200
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

3 January 2015
17:05
Scarlets   22–10   Ospreys
Try: L. Williams 28' m
Barclay 41' m
Pen: Priestland (4/5) 2', 24', 38', 55'
Report[112] Try: D. Evans 66' c
Con: Biggar (1/1)
Pen: Biggar (1/1) 13'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 12,301
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

Round 13Edit

9 January 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Connacht   13–16   Edinburgh
Try: penalty try 37' c
Con: Nikora (1/1)
Pen: Nikora (2/3) 23', 40'
Report[113] Try: Denton 16' c
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (1/1)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (3/4) 44', 49', 70'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,267
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

9 January 2015
19:35
Glasgow Warriors   22–7   Scarlets
Try: Dunbar 26' m
Murchie 43' c
Van der Merwe 68' c
Con: Russell (2/3)
Pen: Russell (1/2) 65'
Report[114] Try: L. Williams 38' c
Con: Priestland (1/1)
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,320
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

10 January 2015
14:40
Cardiff Blues   13–22   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Vosawai 27' c
Con: Anscombe (1/1)
Pen: Anscombe (2/3) 17', 21'
Report[115] Try: Reid 1' m
Gopperth 55' c
L. McGrath 62' m
Furlong 75' m
Con: Gopperth (1/4)
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 7,053
Referee: Neil Paterson (SRU)

10 January 2015
16:00
Zebre   7–31   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Fabiani 57' c
Con: Orquera (1/1)
Report[116] Try: Jones 13' c
Stander 28' c
Murray 32' c
Zebo 42' c
Con: Keatley (4/4)
Pen: Keatley (1/1) 8'
Stadio XXV Aprile
Attendance: 2,615
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

11 January 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Benetton Treviso   20–24   Ulster
Try: Christie 38' c
Minto 56' c
Con: Hayward (2/2)
Pen: Hayward (2/2) 67', 72'
Report[117] Try: Jackson 6' c
Pienaar 22' c
Bowe 25' c
Con: Jackson (3/3)
Pen: Jackson (1/1) 19'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,108
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

11 January 2015
16:00
Ospreys   22–11   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: Ardron 32' c
Con: Biggar (1/1)
Pen: Biggar (5/5) 13', 39', 43', 57', 79'
Report[118] Try: Rees 70' m
Pen: Prydie (2/3) 4', 36'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 7,152
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

Round 14Edit

13 February 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   43–3   Benetton Treviso
Try: Allen 25' c
penalty try 60' c
McCloskey 68' c
Gilroy (2) 72' m, 77' c
Warwick 75' c
Con: Pienaar (5/6)
Pen: Pienaar (1/2) 18'
Report[119] Pen: Carlisle (1/1) 66'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 15,518
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

13 February 2015
20:05
Edinburgh   24–16   Ospreys
Try: Te Rure 18' c
Brown 62' c
Hart 77' c
Con: Te Rure (1/1)
Heathcote (2/2)
Pen: Te Rure (1/3) 40'
Report[120] Try: D. Evans 80' c
Con: Davies (1/1)
Pen: Davies (3/4) 15', 26', 35'
Myreside[121]
Attendance: 2,891
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

14 February 2015
19:35
Munster   33–16   Cardiff Blues
Try: Hurley 47' c
O'Donoghue 59' c
R. O'Mahony 80' c
Con: Hanrahan (3/3)
Pen: Hanrahan (4/5) 10', 35', 38', 76'
Report[122] Try: Navidi 70' c
Con: Patchell (1/1)
Pen: Patchell (3/3) 13', 17', 30'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 6,991
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)

15 February 2015
12:45
(1 BP) Scarlets   32–14   Connacht
Try: Tagicakibau 23' m
Robinson 27' c
J. Williams 33' c
J. Davies 50' c
Con: S. Shingler (3/4)
Pen: S. Shingler (2/2) 13', 17'
Report[123] Try: Adeolokun 72' m
Pen: Carty (3/3) 4', 39', 47'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

15 February 2015
14:00
Zebre   10–54   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Cristiano 16' c
Con: Orquera (1/1)
Pen: Orquera (1/1) 7'
Report[124] Try: Horne (2) 2' c, 36' m
Van der Merwe 14' c
Murchie (2) 18' c, 75' c
Swinson 40' c
Lyle 64' c
Bordill 78' c
Con: Horne (5/6)
Braid (2/2)
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 900
Referee: Leo Colgan (IRFU)

15 February 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Leinster   14–16   Newport Gwent Dragons
Try: D. Kearney 66' m
Pen: Gopperth (3/3) 16', 30', 53'
Report[125] Try: Leach 10' c
Con: Prydie (1/1)
Pen: Prydie (3/3) 38', 62', 69'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 15,020
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

Round 15Edit

20 February 2015
20:05
(1 BP) Benetton Treviso   40–24   Cardiff Blues
Try: Luamanu 4' m
Esposito 12' c
Bacchin 28' c
Hayward 36' m
Seniloli 41' c
Con: Hayward (3/5)
Pen: Hayward (3/3) 10', 46', 77'
Report[126] Try: L. Williams 17' c
Navidi 31' c
A. Thomas 48' c
Con: Patchell (3/3)
Pen: Patchell (1/1) 14'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,670
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

20 February 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   17–20   Ulster
Try: Burleigh 8' m
Pen: Heathcote (4/9) 18', 29', 36', 64'
Report[127] Try: Pienaar 13' c
Cave 51' c
Con: Pienaar (2/2)
Pen: Pienaar (2/2) 34', 48'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,797
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

20 February 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   29–8   Zebre
Try: Ryan 46' c
Gopperth 56' c
Fitzgerald 73' m
Cronin 80' c
Con: Gopperth (3/4)
Pen: Gopperth (1/2) 32'
Report[128] Try: Daniller 21' m
Pen: Mi. Bergamasco (1/1) 36'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 14,197
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

21 February 2015
14:40
Scarlets   25–25   Munster
Try: Parkes 60' c
Con: S. Shingler (1/1)
Pen: S. Shingler (6/6) 3', 14', 23', 27', 59', 68'
Report[129] Try: O'Donoghue 53' c
Jones 75' m
Hanrahan 80' c
Con: Keatley (2/3)
Pen: Keatley (2/3) 10', 20'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,059
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

21 February 2015
17:15
Glasgow Warriors   19–16   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: MacArthur 13' c
Con: Horne (1/1)
Pen: Horne (4/5) 36', 50', 67', 74'
Report[130] Try: Grabham 52' c
Con: Davies (1/1)
Pen: Davies (3/6) 26', 33', 57'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 6,167
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

22 February 2015
16:00
(1 BP) Newport Gwent Dragons   25–30   Connacht
Try: Amos (2) 32' m, 80' c
Dixon 65' c
Con: Prydie (2/3)
Pen: Prydie (2/2) 4', 39'
Report[131] Try: Ronaldson 7' c
Masterson 22' c
Kearney 75' c
Con: Carty (2/2)
Leader (1/1)
Pen: Carty (1/3) 11'
Leader (2/2) 57', 60'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,180
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)

Round 16Edit

27 February 2015
19:35
Ospreys   9–9   Leinster
Pen: Davies (2/2) 40', 54'
Drop: Davies (1/1) 42'
Report[132] Pen: Gopperth (3/3) 14', 22', 78'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 7,557
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

27 February 2015
19:35
Ulster   25–20   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Gilroy 45' m
L. Marshall 51' c
Pienaar 58' c
Con: Pienaar (2/3)
Pen: Pienaar (2/3) 24', 31'
Report[133] Try: Barclay 37' c
K. Phillips 78' c
Con: S. Shingler (2/2)
Pen: S. Shingler (2/4) 12', 28'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,138
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

28 February 2015
19:15
(1 BP) Munster   22–10   Glasgow Warriors
Try: O'Donoghue 28' m
Guiñazú 37' c
Earls 61' m
Stander 66' m
Con: Keatley (1/4)
Report[134] Try: de Klerk 59' c
Con: Braid (1/1)
Pen: Braid (1/2) 52'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 7,361
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

1 March 2015
12:45
Cardiff Blues   21–15   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: L. Williams 17' c
E. Jenkins 39' c
Patchell 63' c
Con: Patchell (3/3)
Report[135] Try: Visser 54' c
Grant 69' m
Con: Heathcote (1/1)
Pen: Heathcote (1/1) 44'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,740
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

1 March 2015
18:00
Zebre   23–17   Newport Gwent Dragons (1 BP)
Try: J. Sarto 28' c
Pratichetti 46' c
Con: Mi. Bergamasco (2/2)
Pen: Mi. Bergamasco (3/4) 7', 40', 79'
Report[136] Try: T. Thomas 18' m
Dixon 21' m
Cudd 42' c
Con: Prydie (1/3)
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,483
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

1 March 2015
17:15
(1 BP) Connacht   53–5   Benetton Treviso
Try: O'Halloran 5' c
Heenan 45' c
Healy (2) 51' c, 72' c
Buckley 54' c
Muldowney 67' m
Poolman 79' c
Con: Ronaldson (6/7)
Pen: Ronaldson (2/2) 14', 31'
Report[137] Try: Christie 34' m
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 3,880
Referee: Andrew McMenemy (SRU)

Round 17Edit

6 March 2015
19:35
Cardiff Blues   18–17   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Tuculet (2) 56' m, 80' c
Con: Patchell (1/2)
Pen: Patchell (2/2) 24', 64'
Report[138] Try: Heenan 5' c
Muldowney 70' c
Con: Ronaldson (2/2)
Pen: Ronaldson (1/1) 22'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,624
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)

6 March 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   26–5   Zebre
Try: Van der Merwe (2) 3' c, 36' m
Fusaro 20' c
K. Bryce 27' c
Con: Horne (2/2)
Braid (1/2)
Report[139] Try: Berryman 58' m
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 5,528
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

7 March 2015
14:40
Ospreys   26–12   Munster
Try: Baker 31' m
Pen: Davies (6/6) 4', 22', 37', 60', 74', 79'
Drop: Davies (1/2) 39'
Report[140] Try: D. Ryan 71' m
Earls 76' c
Con: Keatley (1/2)
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 8,632
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

7 March 2015
17:15
Scarlets   23–13   Leinster
Try: Barclay 28' m
J. Williams 51' c
Pitman 65' m
Con: S. Shingler (1/3)
Pen: S. Shingler (1/1) 9'
Priestland (1/1) 75'
Report[141] Try: Te'o 18' c
Con: Gopperth (1/1)
Pen: Gopperth (2/2) 25', 57'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 6,069
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

7 March 2015
19:00
Benetton Treviso   8–29   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: Ragusi 69' m
Pen: Hayward (1/2) 33'
Report[142] Try: Watson 17' c
Scott (2) 19' c, 73' c
Strauss 59' m
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (3/4)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (1/1) 35'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,018
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

8 March 2015
16:00
Newport Gwent Dragons   26–22   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Buckley 54' m
J. Evans 61' c
Meyer 73' c
Con: D. Jones (1/3)
Pen: Prydie (2/4) 13', 26'
D. Jones (1/1) 50'
Report[143] Try: Gilroy (2) 21' m, 69' c
Adair 79' c
Con: Pienaar (2/3)
Pen: Pienaar (1/2) 47'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 6,019
Referee: Dudley Phillips (IRFU)

Round 18Edit

27 March 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   34–34   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: McFadden 24' c
Boss (2) 41' c, 54' c
Murphy 51' c
Con: Madigan (4/4)
Pen: Madigan (2/2) 46', 70'
Report[144] Try: Hogg 7' c
Vernon 30' c
Bennett 34' c
G. Bryce 73' c
Con: Horne (4/4)
Pen: Horne (1/1) 11'
Bennett (1/1) 40'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 16,210
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

27 March 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   36–17   Cardiff Blues
Try: Gilroy 2' c
Ludik (2) 17' m, 72' m
P. Marshall 76' c
Con: Pienaar (1/2)
Humphreys (1/2)
Pen: Pienaar (4/4) 14', 30', 41', 65'
Report[145] Try: Isaacs 52' c
Cuthbert 61' c
Con: Anscombe (2/2)
Pen: Anscombe (1/1) 45'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 16,413
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

28 March 2015
14:40
Scarlets   15–26   Edinburgh
Pen: S. Shingler (5/5) 1', 11', 18', 22', 25'
Report[146] Try: Burleigh 8' c
Denton 38' c
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/2)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (4/4) 33', 60', 73', 78'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,310
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

28 March 2015
17:15
(1 BP) Munster   42–20   Connacht
Try: B. Holland 12' c
Casey 55' c
Zebo 63' c
Smith 72' c
Hurley 74' c
Earls 79' c
Con: Keatley (3/3)
Hanrahan (3/3)
Report[147] Try: Nikora 68' c
O'Leary 78' c
Con: Nikora (2/2)
Pen: Carty (2/3) 1', 45'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 18,762
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

28 March 2015
19:15
(1 BP) Ospreys   53–22   Zebre
Try: Baker (2) 2' c, 51' c
Matavesi 7' c
Baldwin 35' c
Webb 63' c
penalty try 71' c
Dirksen 74' m
Con: Davies (5/5)
Biggar (1/2)
Pen: Davies (2/3) 16', 22'
Report[148] Try: Berryman 40' m
Toniolatti 68' c
Chillon 78' c
Con: Mi. Bergamasco (2/2)
Pen: Garcia (1/1) 10'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,545
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

28 March 2015
20:30
Benetton Treviso   17–32   Newport Gwent Dragons (1 BP)
Try: Bacchin 46' c
penalty try 55' c
Con: Hayward (2/2)
Pen: Hayward (1/1) 66'
Report[149] Try: J. Evans 18' c
Amos 40' c
Prydie (2) 71' m, 78' c
Con: Prydie (3/4)
Pen: Prydie (2/3) 32', 43'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,413
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

Round 19Edit

10 April 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   36–17   Cardiff Blues
Try: Hall 24' c
Horne (3) 27' m, 31' c, 40' c
Ashe 44' c
Con: Horne (3/4)
Russell (1/1)
Pen: Horne (1/2) 4'
Report[150] Try: G. Davies 60' c
Fish 67' c
Con: Anscombe (2/2)
Pen: Anscombe (1/1) 14'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,240
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

10 April 2015
20:35
Benetton Treviso   13–33   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: Ragusi 49' c
Con: Hayward (1/1)
Pen: Hayward (2/2) 20', 54'
Report[151] Try: Walker 39' m
D. Evans 64' m
Tipuric 77' c
Webb 79' c
Con: Biggar (2/4)
Pen: Biggar (3/4) 2', 26', 71'

11 April 2015
14:40
(1 BP) Connacht   20–27   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Healy 44' c
O'Halloran 70' c
Con: Nikora (1/1)
Carty (1/1)
Pen: Nikora (1/1) 51'
Carty (1/1) 62'
Report[152] Try: Ludik 4' m
Bowe (2) 31' m, 56' m
Gilroy 34' c
Best 64' m
Con: Pienaar (1/5)
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,921
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

11 April 2015
16:00
(1 BP) Zebre   26–28   Scarlets
Try: Biagi 38' c
Geldenhuys 67' c
Con: Orquera (1/1)
Garcia (1/1)
Pen: Orquera (3/4) 5', 20', 50'
Garcia (1/3) 77'
Report[153] Try: S. Williams (2) 10' c, 44' c
J. Davies 74' m
Con: S. Shingler (1/1)
Priestland (1/2)
Pen: S. Shingler (2/3) 8', 37'
Priestland (1/3) 80'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,539
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

11 April 2015
19:30
Edinburgh   3–34   Munster (1 BP)
Pen: Heathcote (1/1) 3'
Report[154] Try: Casey 32' c
Stander 52' m
Murray 56' c
Zebo 62' m
Earls 64' c
Con: Keatley (3/5)
Pen: Keatley (1/1) 19'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,818
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

12 April 2015
16:15
(1 BP) Newport Gwent Dragons   25–22   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: T. Thomas 10' m
Dixon 58' c
Benjamin (2) 68' m, 72' m
Con: Tovey (1/4)
Pen: Tovey (1/1) 3'
Report[155] Try: Te'o (2) 37' m, 49' c
Gopperth 40' c
Con: Gopperth (2/3)
Pen: Gopperth (1/1) 18'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,088
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

Round 20Edit

24 April 2015
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   37–0   Zebre
Try: Grant (2) 7' c, 54' c
Fife 25' c
Ford 50' m
McInally 79' m
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (3/4)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/2) 19', 31'
Report[156]
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,490
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

24 April 2015
19:35
Ulster   26–10   Leinster
Try: Henderson 12' c
Gilroy 72' c
Con: Pienaar (2/2)
Pen: Pienaar (4/6) 16', 38', 64', 66'
Report[157] Try: Te'o 6' c
Con: Gopperth (1/1)
Pen: Gopperth (1/1) 4'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,097
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

25 April 2015
13:05
Connacht   13–31   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Muldowney 53' c
Con: Carty (1/1)
Pen: Carty (2/5) 6', 16'
Report[158] Try: Matawalu (2) 24' m, 38' c
Hogg 35' c
Ashe 67' c
Seymour 73' m
Con: Russell (3/5)
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,430
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

25 April 2015
15:05
(1 BP) Munster   30–19   Benetton Treviso
Try: Zebo 9' m
Stander 18' m
O'Donnell 39' c
penalty try 67' c
Con: Keatley (2/4)
Pen: Keatley (2/2) 4', 52'
Report[159] Try: Luamanu 24' c
Pratichetti 42' c
Ragusi 74' m
Con: Hayward (2/3)
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 7,644
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

Judgement DayEdit

25 April 2015
14:30
Cardiff Blues   23–31   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: Navidi 58' c
Fish 80' c
Con: G. Davies (1/1)
Anscombe (1/1)
Pen: Anscombe (3/3) 7', 11', 27'
Report[160] Try: D. Evans 34' c
Biggar 44' c
Grabham 52' c
John 65' c
Con: Biggar (4/4)
Pen: Biggar (1/2) 61'
Millennium Stadium
Attendance: 52,762
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

25 April 2015
16:45
Newport Gwent Dragons   10–29   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Morgan 16' c
Con: D. Jones (1/1)
Pen: D. Jones (1/2) 24'
Report[161] Try: Owens 37' c
S. Williams 39' c
L. Williams 41' c
Robinson 57' m
Con: Priestland (3/4)
Pen: Priestland (1/1) 6'
Millennium Stadium
Attendance: 52,762
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

Notes:

  • The 52,762 crowd for the 2 matches, was a Judgment Day and Pro 12 match record.

Round 21Edit

8 May 2015
19:30
Newport Gwent Dragons   19–5   Edinburgh
Try: Gustafson 49' c
Con: Tovey (1/1)
Pen: Tovey (3/4) 4', 37', 78'
Prydie (1/1) 40'
Report[162] Try: McInally 76' m
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,608
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

8 May 2015
19:35
Leinster   10–0   Benetton Treviso
Try: Heaslip 8' c
Con: Madigan (1/1)
Pen: Gopperth (1/1) 77'
Report[163]
RDS Arena
Attendance: 11,322
Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU)

8 May 2015
19:35
Ospreys   21–10   Glasgow Warriors
Try: John 46' m
Webb 58' c
Con: Biggar (1/2)
Pen: D. Evans (1/1) 19'
Biggar (2/2) 42', 74'
Report[164] Try: Fusaro 62' c
Con: Weir (1/1)
Pen: Weir (1/3) 14'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 10,981
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

9 May 2015
14:40
Ulster   23–23   Munster
Try: Bowe 40' c
P. Marshall 80' c
Con: Jackson (2/2)
Pen: Jackson (3/3) 39', 44', 70'
Report[165] Try: Earls 76' m
Pen: Keatley (6/6) 4', 31', 36', 54', 60', 68'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 17,139
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

9 May 2015
18:30
Zebre   10–40   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Leonard 26' c
Con: Orquera (1/1)
Pen: Orquera (1/1) 34'
Report[166] Try: Jo. Cooney (2) 11' c, 35' c
Healy 29' c
Masterson 54' m
O'Halloran 70' c
O'Leary 73' c
Con: Carty (3/4)
C. McKeon (2/2)
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,680
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

10 May 2015
16:00
Scarlets   16–6   Cardiff Blues
Try: Owens 65' c
Con: Priestland (1/1)
Pen: Priestland (3/3) 25', 31', 39'
Report[167] Pen: Patchell (2/3) 19', 42'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 10,195
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

Round 22Edit

16 May 2015
16:00
(1 BP) Benetton Treviso   13–17   Scarlets
Try: Giazzon 13' m
Hayward 28' m
Pen: Hayward (1/1) 20'
Report[168] Try: L. Williams 61' c
S. Evans 69' c
Con: Priestland (2/2)
Pen: Priestland (1/1) 26'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,895
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

16 May 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   29–5   Zebre
Try: Cuthbert (2) 29' m, 49' m
G. Jenkins 35' c
Patchell 57' c
G. Smith 80' m
Con: Patchell (2/4)
Report[169] Try: Bernabò 68' m
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 6,487
Referee: Gary Conway (IRFU)

16 May 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Connacht   20–24   Ospreys
Try: Masterson 53' c
Buckley 80' c
Con: Carty (2/2)
Pen: Carty (2/2) 41', 49'
Report[170] Try: Biggar 15' c
John 25' c
Webb 27' c
Con: Biggar (3/3)
Pen: Biggar (1/1) 5'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,226
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

16 May 2015
15:00
Edinburgh   23–36   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Watson 27' c
Visser 55' c
Con: Hidalgo-Clyne (2/2)
Pen: Hidalgo-Clyne (3/4) 7', 44', 65'
Report[171] Try: Reid 17' c
Conan 31' c
Kirchner 51' m
Murphy 71' c
L. McGrath 77' c
Con: Madigan (4/5)
Drop: Madigan (1/1) 15'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,643
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

16 May 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   32–10   Ulster
Try: Hogg 54' m
Russell (2) 59' c, 69' c
Vernon 72' c
Con: Russell (3/4)
Pen: Russell (2/2) 5', 34'
Report[172] Try: Henry 28' c
Con: Humphreys (1/1) 29'
Pen: Humphreys (1/1) 36'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)

16 May 2015
15:00
(1 BP) Munster   50–27   Newport Gwent Dragons (1 BP)
Try: Smith 3' c
Stander 8' c
Murray (3) 16' c, 23' c, 64' m
O'Connell 40' m
Earls 41' c
R. O'Mahony 78' m
Con: Keatley (5/6)
Report[173] Try: Hewitt 4' c
Morgan 50' c
Buckley 74' m
Dixon 80' m
Con: Tovey (2/2)
Pen: Tovey (1/1) 2'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 8,200
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

Play-offsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

22 May 2015
19:45
Glasgow Warriors   16–14   Ulster
Try: Van der Merwe 75' c
Con: Russell (1/1)
Pen: Russell (2/2) 5', 60'
Hogg (1/2) 13'
Report[174] Try: Henry 18' m
Pen: Pienaar (3/3) 1', 55', 66'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

23 May 2015
14:30
Munster   21–18   Ospreys
Try: Zebo 39' m
Hurley 42' m
Butler 49' m
Pen: Keatley (2/4) 16', 22'
Report[175] Try: Webb 46' m
Hassler 52' c
Con: Biggar (1/2)
Pen: Biggar (2/2) 13', 66'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 16,158
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

FinalEdit

30 May 2015[176]
18:30[176]
Munster   13–31   Glasgow Warriors
Try: Smith 37' c
Con: Keatley (1/1)
Pen: Keatley (2/3) 23', 48'
Report[177] Try: Harley 8' c
Van der Merwe 25' c
Pyrgos 31' c
Russell 58' c
Con: Russell (4/4)
Pen: Weir (1/1) 73'
Kingspan Stadium[176]
Attendance: 17,057
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)

Leading scorersEdit

Note: Flags to the left of player names indicate national team as has been defined under World Rugby eligibility rules, or primary nationality for players who have not yet earned international senior caps. Players may hold one or more non-WR nationalities.

End of season awardsEdit

GUINNESS PRO12 Awards 2014/15 awards:[178]

Award Winner
Players' Player of the Season:   Rhys Webb (Ospreys)
Young Player of the Season:   Sam Hidalgo-Clyne (Edinburgh)
Coach of the Season:   Gregor Townsend (Glasgow)
Chairman's Award:   Alastair Kellock (Glasgow)
Golden Boot:   Ian Madigan (Leinster)
Collision Kings:   Glasgow Warriors
Fairplay Award:   Connacht
Try of the Season:   Craig Gilroy (Ulster vs Scarlets)

2014/2015 Dream Team[179]

Pos Player Team
FB 15   Liam Williams   Scarlets
RW 14   Tommy Seymour   Glasgow
OC 13   Robbie Henshaw   Connacht
IC 12   Peter Horne   Glasgow
LW 11   Craig Gilroy   Ulster
FH 10   Dan Biggar   Ospreys
SH 9   Rhys Webb   Ospreys
N8 8   Josh Strauss   Glasgow
OF 7   Tommy O'Donnell   Munster
BF 6   CJ Stander   Munster
RL 5   Franco van der Merwe   Ulster
LL 4   Alun Wyn Jones (c)   Ospreys
TP 3   WP Nel   Edinburgh
HK 2   Rory Best   Ulster
LP 1   Denis Buckley   Connacht

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Mark Hammett began the tournament as Cardiff Blues head coach, but resigned for personal reasons on 25 February 2015, and was replaced by his assistants Paul John and Dale McIntosh.[36]
  2. ^ Although Murrayfield's full capacity is 67,144, only the lower section of the West Stand, with a capacity of 12,464, is generally opened for Edinburgh fixtures.
  3. ^ Andrea Cavinato began the tournament as Zebre head coach, but was sacked on 21 February 2015, and replaced by Víctor Jiménez.[37]
  4. ^ Renamed Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi in January 2015

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