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The 2018–19 Pro14 (also known as the Guinness Pro14 for sponsorship reasons) is the eighteenth season of the professional rugby union competition originally known as the Celtic League. It is the second season to be referred to as the Pro14 (the competition was named the Pro12 immediately prior to the addition of two South African teams).[1][2]

2018–19 Pro14
CountriesIreland Ireland
Italy Italy
Scotland Scotland
South Africa South Africa
Wales Wales
Date31 August 2018 – 25 May 2019
Matches played140
Attendance1,043,274
(average 7,452 per match)
Highest attendance50,120
Leinster v Munster (6 October 2018)
Lowest attendance1,142
Kings v Leinster (4 November 2018)
Tries scored817
(average 5.8 per match)
Top point scorerJack Carty (Connacht)
(149 points)
Top try scorerRabz Maxwane (Cheetahs)
(14 tries)
Official website
www.pro14rugby.org

Fourteen teams are competing in this season — four Irish teams: Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster; two Italian teams: Benetton and Zebre; two Scottish teams: Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors; two South African teams: Cheetahs and the Southern Kings; and four Welsh teams: Cardiff Blues, Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets.

Leinster came into the new season as defending champions, having won the previous season's final at the Aviva Stadium to take their fifth title in the competition's various iterations and seal a domestic league and European Cup double, becoming only the sixth team to do so and the first from the Pro14.[3]

Contents

TeamsEdit

Location of 2018–19 Pro14 teams in Great Britain and Ireland.
Location of 2018–19 Pro14 teams in Italy
Location of 2018–19 Pro14 teams in South Africa
  Conference A;   Conference B.
Team Coach /
Director of Rugby
Captain Stadium/s Capacity
  Benetton   Kieran Crowley   Dean Budd Stadio Comunale di Monigo 6,700
  Cardiff Blues   John Mulvihill   Ellis Jenkins Cardiff Arms Park 12,125
  Cheetahs   Franco Smith   Oupa Mohojé Free State Stadium 48,000
  Connacht   Andy Friend   Jarrad Butler Galway Sportsgrounds 8,129
  Dragons   Ceri Jones[a]   Cory Hill Rodney Parade 8,700
  Edinburgh   Richard Cockerill   Stuart McInally Murrayfield Stadium 67,144[b]
  Glasgow Warriors   Dave Rennie   Callum Gibbins
  Ryan Wilson
Scotstoun Stadium 7,351
  Leinster   Leo Cullen   Jonathan Sexton RDS Arena
Aviva Stadium
18,500
51,700
  Munster   Johann van Graan   Peter O'Mahony Thomond Park
Irish Independent Park
25,600[c]
8,008
  Ospreys   Allen Clarke   Justin Tipuric Liberty Stadium
Brewery Field
20,827
8,000[d]
  Scarlets   Wayne Pivac   Ken Owens Parc y Scarlets 14,870
  Southern Kings   Deon Davids   Mike Willemse Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
NMU Stadium
48,459
15,000
  Ulster   Dan McFarland   Rory Best Kingspan Stadium 18,196
  Zebre   Michael Bradley   Tommaso Castello Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Stadio Luigi Zaffanella[6]
5,000
6,000

FormatEdit

League Stage

The fourteen teams are split into two conferences of seven teams, with each conference featuring two teams from Ireland and Wales plus one team from Italy, Scotland and South Africa.[7] The regular season is made up of 21 rounds –

  • 6 home and 6 away games against each team in their own conference
  • 7 games, either home or away, against the teams in the other conference
  • 2 additional regional derbies[8][9]
    • Each Irish team plays the two Irish teams in the other conference, one at home and one away
    • Each Welsh team plays the two Welsh teams in the other conference, one at home and one away
    • Each Italian team plays the Italian team in the other conference twice, home and away
    • Each Scottish team plays the Scottish team in the other conference twice, home and away
    • Each South African team plays the South African team in the other conference twice, home and away

To ensure a competitive balance, the teams are distributed approximately evenly between the conferences based upon their performance in the previous season.[10]

League Play-Offs

The first-placed teams in each conference are given a bye to the semi-finals with the second and third placed teams in each conference meeting in two quarter-finals for the two remaining semi-final places.[11]

Qualification For Champions Cup

The South African teams cannot compete in the European Rugby Champions Cup. The top three eligible European teams in each conference automatically qualify for following year's Champions Cup. The fourth ranked eligible team in each conference meet in a play-off match with the winner taking the seventh Champions Cup place.

Team changesEdit

IrelandEdit

Connacht will come into the new season with a new head coach, after removing Kieran Keane from his position one year into a three-year deal.[12][13] Former Australia sevens coach Andy Friend was named as his replacement in May 2018, joining on a three-year contract.[14] The team will also have a new captain for the season, following the retirement of John Muldoon, record-holder for appearances both for Connacht and in the league.[15] In August 2018, Jarrad Butler was named as his replacement.[16]

Like Connacht, Leinster will have a new captain for the season. Isa Nacewa retired at the end of the 2017–18 season, after leading the province to an unprecedented Pro14-Champions Cup double.[17][18] The team's all-time leading scorer Jonathan Sexton was named as captain in August 2018, with Rhys Ruddock as his vice-captain.[19] The team will also have a new backs coach following the departure of Girvan Dempsey, who signed with English Premiership side Bath in May 2018.[20] Former player Felipe Contepomi was announced as his replacement in June 2018. He joins from the Argentine Rugby Union where he had been serving both as part of the coaching staff of Super Rugby side, the Jaguares, and as head coach of Argentina XV, the country's second tier international side.[21]

Munster will play in the league without their all-time leading try scorer Simon Zebo. It was announced in October 2017 that he would leave the province at the end of the 2017–18 season.,[22] with French Top 14 side Racing 92 later being confirmed as his next club.[23]

Following the departure of Les Kiss as the provinces director of rugby in January 2018,[24] Ulster confirmed in March 2018 that then-head coach Jono Gibbes would leave the province at the end of the season.[25] In April 2018, the province announced that Scotland forwards coach Dan McFarland would be their new head coach, with the former Connacht and Glasgow assistant signing a three-year contract.[26] However the Scottish Rugby Union have insisted that McFarland must serve the nine-month notice period in his contract before joining Ulster, which would leave the province without a head coach until January 2019.[27] Also joining the coaching staff is long-serving squad member and Ireland international Jared Payne, who was forced to retire in May 2018 due to a head injury suffered on the 2017 Lions tour. The province announced that he would serve as their new defence coach.[28] Banbridge head coach Daniel Soper was confirmed as Ulster's skills coach in June 2018.[29] In July 2018, it was announced that Ireland forwards coach Simon Easterby would work with the Ulster coaches on an interim basis ahead of McFarland's arrival.[30]

ItalyEdit

Having served as one of the team's co-captain's, Italy centre Tommaso Castello was named as the Zebre skipper for the season.[31] He had previously shared the captaincy with George Biagi.[32]

ScotlandEdit

After spending much of the previous two seasons playing in the 5,500-capacity Myreside Stadium, Edinburgh announced in February 2018 that they would be returning permanently to Murrayfield, their previous home.[33] Due to the stadium's larger size making it inappropriate for permanent use, the Scottish Rugby Union have announced plans to develop another, smaller ground with a capacity of 7,800 in the grounds of Murrayfield, on what are now training pitches.[34] It is estimated that the development will cost the Union in the region of £5 million.[35]

South AfricaEdit

The Cheetahs will have a new captain for the 2018–19 season. It was announced in March 2018 that incumbent captain Francois Venter would leave the team at the end of the season, joining English side Worcester Warriors.[36]

WalesEdit

Cardiff Blues confirmed in September 2017 that then-head coach Danny Wilson would leave the club at the end of the 2017–18 season,[37] with John Mulvihill being announced as their new head coach on a three-year contract in March 2018.[38] Also departing the club is the team's most-capped player, Taufaʻao Filise. The Tongan international prop made his last appearance for the region in the final of the 2017–18 Challenge Cup, before retiring.[39] In July 2018, Ellis Jenkins was named as the new team captain, replacing previous season's skipper Gethin Jenkins. Both players are also part of a 10-man "leadership group" within the squad.[40]

In December 2018, Dragons parted company with head coach Bernard Jackman 18 months into a three-year deal.[41] The team's forwards coach Ceri Jones was named as caretaker following Jackman's departure.[42] In January 2019, it was announced that Jones would remain in the role until the end of the season.[43]

The Ospreys will be coached in the new season by Allen Clarke. He had started the previous season as the team's forwards coach, before being promoted to head coach on an interim basis in January 2018 following the sacking of Steve Tandy. In April 2018, it was announced that Clarke would take the job on a permanent basis and had signed a three-year contract.[44] For the first time in eight seasons, the side will come into the campaign with a new captain, with Justin Tipuric replacing Alun Wyn Jones in the role.[45]

This will be Wayne Pivac's final season in charge of the Scarlets, as it was announced in July 2018 that he will succeed Warren Gatland as Wales head coach. Pivac will take up the role following the 2019 World Cup.[46]

TableEdit

2018–19 Pro14 Table view · watch · edit · discuss
Conference A
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TBP LBP PTS
1   Glasgow Warriors (q) 20 15 0 5 587 370 +217 79 47 14 2 76
2   Munster (q) 20 15 0 5 585 334 +251 79 42 11 2 73
3   Connacht (q) 20 12 0 8 461 367 +94 58 52 7 6 61
4   Ospreys (e) 20 11 0 9 419 381 +38 51 45 6 4 54
5   Cardiff Blues (e) 20 10 0 10 474 425 +49 58 56 7 6 53
6   Cheetahs (e) 20 7 1 12 480 581 −101 71 77 8 3 41
7   Zebre (e) 20 3 0 17 249 615 −366 34 82 5 2 19
Conference B
Team P W D L PF PA PD TF TA TBP LBP PTS
1   Leinster (Q) 20 15 1 4 659 371 +288 93 47 12 1 75
2   Ulster (q) 20 12 2 6 427 411 +16 56 52 6 1 59
3   Benetton 20 10 2 8 449 420 +29 59 54 5 3 52
4   Edinburgh 20 10 0 10 421 402 +19 51 55 6 5 51
5   Scarlets 20 10 0 10 478 436 +42 63 50 6 4 50
6   Southern Kings (e) 20 2 1 17 360 674 −314 51 98 5 7 22
7   Dragons (e) 20 4 1 15 305 567 −262 33 79 0 3 21
If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order -[47]
  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 indicates teams that compete in the Pro14 play-offs, and also earn a place in the 2019–20 European Champions Cup
(excluding South African teams who are ineligible)

Blue background indicates teams outside the play-off places that earn a place in the 2019–20 European Champions Cup
Yellow background indicates the fourth-ranked eligible teams in each conference that play-off against each other for the seventh place in the 2019–20 European Champions Cup
Plain background indicates teams that earn a place in the 2019–20 European Rugby Challenge Cup.
(CH) Champions. (RU) Runners-up. (SF) Losing semi-finalists. (QF) Losing quarter-finalists. (PO) Champions Cup play-off winners. (q) Qualified for Pro14 play-offs. (Q) Qualified for Pro14 play-off semi-finals. (e) Cannot reach play-offs.

Match summaryEdit

2018–19 Pro14 match summary watch · edit · discuss
Home / Away Conference A Conference B
BLU CHE CON GLA MUN OSP ZEB BEN DRA EDI KIN LEI SCA ULS
Conference A BLU 24–21 9–8 34–38 37–13 Rd 21 37–0 19–16 26–19 32–33 41–17
CHE 21–10 17–21 24–52 26–30 14–31 61–28 31–25 38–13 40–36 39–39
Rd 21
CON 29–22 25–17 26–27 24–31 46–5 32–13 29–14 33–12 3–20 33–20 21–12
GLA 40–15 35–17 43–17 25–10 9–3 36–8 29–13 8–16 29–20 30–7
Rd 21
MUN 45–21 38–0 Rd 21 25–24 49–13 31–12 44–14 43–0 26–17 64–7
OSP 20–11 46–14 22–17 20–29 13–19 43–0 27–10 29–20 17–13 19–12 0–8
ZEB 26–24 12–27 5–6 10–42 7–32 8–22 8–10 34–16 32–16 24–40
Rd 21
Conference B BEN 27–25 20–17 28–37 28–10 57–7 18–10 28–5 3–31 25–19 10–15
DRA 15–23 7–8 23–22 16–5 17–21 18–12 27–22 10–59 Rd 21 15–28
EDI 17–19 37–21 17–10 23–7 31–30 34–17 38–0 28–11 31–21 7–29
KIN 17–24 14–31 38–28 7–43 19–22 18–18 25–21 31–38 34–41 7–28
LEI 19–7 33–29 24–39 30–22 52–7 27–27 52–10 31–7 59–19 22–17 40–7
SCA 5–34 43–21 10–6 20–17 42–0 38–29 22–13 12–20 54–14 23–21 29–12
ULS 16–12 15–22 19–12 54–7 15–15 36–18 30–29 33–19 Rd 21 15–13

Conference Rounds 1 to 21Edit

All times are local.

Round 1Edit

31 August 2018
19:35
(2 BP) Cardiff Blues   32–33   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Lee-Lo (2) 10' m, 48' c
Harries (2) 37' c, 44' c
Con: Evans (3/4) 38', 46', 49'
Pen: Evans (2/2) 4', 70'
Report[48] Try: Tracy 26' m
B. Byrne (2) 52' m, 77' c
Gibson-Park 66' c
Con: R. Byrne (2/4) 67', 78'
Pen: R. Byrne (3/3) 21', 32,’ 40'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 9,284
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
31 August 2018
19:35
Ospreys   17–13   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: North (2) 58' c, 68' c
Con: S. Davies (2/2) 59', 69'
Pen: Price (1/2) 32'
Report[49] Try: Kinghorn 75' c
Con: Van der Walt (1/1) 76'
Pen: Hickey (2/2) 30', 54'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,609
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
31 August 2018
20:35
(1 BP) Zebre   32–16   Southern Kings
Try: Fabiani 4' c
Bellini 36' c
Tuivaiti 54' c
Tauyavuca 79' m
Con: Canna (3/4) 5', 37', 56'
Pen: Canna (2/2) 14', 67'
Report[50] Try: Botha 15' c
Con: Banda (1/1) 16'
Pen: Banda (3/3) 49', 52', 59'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
1 September 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Connacht   26–27   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Kelleher 14' c
Bealham 21' c
Con: J. Carty (2/2) 16', 22'
Pen: J. Carty (4/5) 11', 34', 40', 42'
Report[51] Try: Seymour 1' m
Turner 17' c
Wilson 31' m
Ashe 64' c
Con: P. Horne (1/3) 18'
Hogg (1/1) 65'
Drop: Hogg (1/1) 73'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,329
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)
1 September 2018
17:15
(1 BP) Munster   38–0   Cheetahs
Try: R. Scannell 15' m
Kilcoyne 30' c
O'Donnell 52' m
Hanrahan 65' c
O'Callaghan 70' c
Sweetnam 72' c
Con: Hanrahan (4/6) 31', 66', 71', 73'
Report[52]
Thomond Park
Attendance: 12,265
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)
1 September 2018
17:15
Ulster   15–13   Scarlets (1 BP)
Pen: Cooney (5/7) 12', 16', 24', 58', 79'
Report[53] Try: Patchell 6' c
Con: Patchell (1/1) 7'
Pen: D. Jones (2/2) 54', 61'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 11,882
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
1 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Dragons   17–21   Benetton
Try: Howells 1' c
R. Williams 74' c
Con: Henson (1/1) 1'
Lewis (1/1) 74'
Pen: Henson (1/1) 44'
Report[54] Try: Zanni (2) 5' m, 55' m
Steyn 51' m
Pen: Allan (2/2) 28', 32'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,613
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

Round 2Edit

7 September 2018
19:35
Glasgow Warriors   25–10   Munster
Try: Gibbins 22' m
Hogg 28' c
Ashe 36' c
Con: Hogg (2/2) 29', 36'
Pen: Horne (1/2) 14'
Hogg (1/1) 72'
Report[55] Try: Marshall 69' c
Con: Carbery (1/1) 70'
Pen: Hanrahan (1/1) 43'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
7 September 2018
19:35
Ulster   30–29   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: Addison 53' c
Cooney 60' c
Gilroy 67' c
Con: Cooney (3/3) 54', 62', 69'
Pen: Cooney (3/3) 20', 26', 81'
Report[56] Try: Brown 14' c
Johnstone 46' c
Con: Hickey (2/2) 15', 48'
Pen: Hickey (5/5) 3', 9', 22', 56', 79'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 11,994
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
8 September 2018
15:00
Dragons   27–22   Southern Kings (2 BP)
Try: Griffiths 3' c
Wainwright 13' c
Lewis 66' c
Con: Lewis (3/3) 4', 14', 67'
Pen: Lewis (2/4) 21', 62'
Report[57] Try: Willemse 27' m
Basson 30' m
Masimla 55' c
Penxe 79' m
Con: Banda (1/4) 56'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,012
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
8 September 2018
17:15
(1 BP) Connacht   32–13   Zebre
Try: Boyle (2) 8' c, 20' c
Blade 47' m
Griffin 59' m
Adeolokun 69' m
Con: J. Carty (2/5) 8', 21'
Pen: J. Carty (1/2) 2'
Report[58] Try: Bisegni 78' c
Con: Brummer (1/1) 78'
Pen: Canna (2/2) 25', 52'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,056
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
8 September 2018
17:30
(1 BP) Ospreys   46–14   Cheetahs
Try: A. Jones (2) 7' c, 77' m
Otten 27' c
North 36' m
Jeffries 58' c
Tipuric (2) 62' c, 72' m
Con: S. Davies (4/7) 8', 27', 59', 63'
Pen: S. Davies (1/1) 40'
Report[59] Try: Wiese 17' c
Maxwane 69' c
Con: Schoeman (2/2) 18', 69'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,155
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
8 September 2018
19:35
Scarlets   23–21   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Owens 11' c
G. Davies 68' c
Con: Halfpenny (2/2) 12', 69'
Pen: Halfpenny (3/3) 34', 50', 63'
Report[60] Try: McFadden 24' c
Lowe 42' c
Ruddock 74' c
Con: R. Byrne (3/3) 25', 43', 74'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,258
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
8 September 2018
20:35
Benetton   27–25   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: Allan 28' c
Steyn 50' c
Ioane 80+3' c
Con: Allan (3/3) 28', 51', 80+4'
Pen: Allan (2/2) 11', 54'
Report[61] Try: Penalty try 33'
Pen: Evans (3/5) 20', 37', 41'
Anscombe (3/3) 57', 68', 72'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,400
Referee: Sean Gallagher (IRFU)

Round 3Edit

14 September 2018
19:35
Edinburgh   17–10   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Van der Merwe 25' c
Schoeman 55' c
Con: Van der Walt (2/2) 26', 55'
Pen: Van der Walt (1/1) 41'
Report[62] Try: Adeolokun 61' c
Con: J. Carty (1/1) 62'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 75'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 5,239
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)
14 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   49–13   Ospreys
Try: Penalty try 15'
Carbery 21' c
J. Cronin 27' c
Marshall (2) 41' c, 42' c
Botha 45' c
Sweetnam 62' c
Con: Carbery (5/5) 22', 28', 42', 43', 45'
Keatley (1/1) 63'
Report[63] Try: L. Morgan 60' c
Con: S. Davies (1/1) 61'
Pen: S. Davies (2/2) 20', 26'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 8,008
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
15 September 2018
17:15
(1 BP) Leinster   52–10   Dragons
Try: Cronin 9' c
van der Flier 44' c
Gibson-Park (2) 45' c, 57' c
Larmour 48' c
Furlong 63' c
Fardy 76' c
Con: Sexton (6/6) 10', 45', 46', 49', 58', 64'
Reid (1/1) 77'
Pen: Sexton (1/1) 30'
Report[64] Try: J. Williams 59' c
Con: Robson (1/1) 60'
Pen: J. Lewis (1/1) 42'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 13,976
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
15 September 2018
17:15
(1 BP) Scarlets   38–29   Benetton (1 BP)
Try: G. Davies (2) 4' c, 34' m
Fonotia 11' m
McNicholl 59' c
Kennedy 63' c
Prydie 80' c
Con: Halfpenny (4/6) 4', 60', 64', 80'
Report[65] Try: Quaglio 9' c
Ferrari 14' c
Ioane 41' m
Allan 45' c
Con: Allan (3/4) 10', 16', 46'
Pen: Allan (1/1) 69'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,180
Referee: Sam Grove-White (SRU)
15 September 2018
19:30
(1 BP) Cheetahs   24–52   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Small-Smith 8' m
Jaer (2) 11' c, 54' m
Lee 29' c
Con: Janse van Rensburg (1/1) 12'
Schoeman (1/3) 30'
Report[66] Try: Hastings 1' c
Price (2) 24' c, 45' c
Seymour 41' c
Van der Merwe 41' c
Gibbins 64' c
G. Horne 75' c
Con: Hastings (7/7) 2', 25', 42', 45', 51', 65', 76'
Pen: Hastings (1/1) 61'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 4,700
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
15 September 2018
20:35
(1 BP) Zebre   26–24   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: Canna 14' c
Meyer 64' c
Brummer 71' c
Fabiani 78' m
Con: Canna (3/4) 16', 65', 72'
Report[67] Try: Robinson 1' c
Dacey 4' c
Anscombe 10' c
Con: Anscombe (3/3) 2', 5', 10'
Pen: Anscombe (1/2) 53'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
16 September 2018
13:15
Southern Kings   7–28   Ulster
Try: Willemse 42' c
Con: Banda (1/1) 43'
Report[68] Try: Coetzee 60' c
Kernohan 66' m
A. Curtis 80' c
Con: Burns (1/2) 61'
Nelson (1/1) 80'
Pen: Cooney (3/3) 4', 9', 26'
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 5,096
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)

Round 4Edit

21 September 2018
19:15
(1 BP) Cheetahs   39–39   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Olivier 1' c
Small-Smith 37' c
Dweba 52' m
Du Toit 63' c
Maxwane 74' c
Con: Schoeman (3/4) 2', 38', 64'
Fouché (1/1) 74'
Pen: Schoeman (1/1) 18'
Fouché (1/1) 78'
Report[69] Try: Shanahan (2) 3' c, 21' c
Stewart 67' m
Penalty try 73'
Speight 80' c
Con: Burns (3/4) 4', 22', 80'
Pen: Burns (2/2) 45', 55'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 5,063
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
21 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   37–13   Munster
Try: N. Williams 6' c
T. Williams (2) 16' c, 76' c
Halaholo 44' c
Con: Anscombe (4/4) 7', 17', 45', 77'
Pen: Anscombe (3/3) 52', 63', 70'
Report[70] Try: Conway (2) 10' m, 13' c
Pen: Carbery (1/1) 23'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 7,284
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
22 September 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Southern Kings   38–28   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Penxe 5' c
Du Toit (2) 9' c, 71' c
Van Rooyen 18' c
Klaasen 52' c
Con: Banda (5/5) 6', 10', 18', 52', 72'
Pen: Banda (1/1) 40'
Report[71] Try: Grigg 59' c
Van der Merwe (2) 63' c, 80' c
Brown 76' c
Con: Hastings (4/4) 59', 64', 76', 80+1'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 3,160
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
22 September 2018
17:15
Connacht   33–20   Scarlets
Try: Farrell 4' c
Kelleher 25' c
Adeolokun 74' c
Con: J. Carty (3/3) 5', 26', 76'
Pen: J. Carty (4/4) 16', 40', 62', 69'
Report[72] Try: McNicholl 28' c
Prydie 71' c
Con: Halfpenny (1/1) 8'
Patchell (1/1) 71'
Pen: Halfpenny (2/2) 8', 20'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,839
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
22 September 2018
17:15
Dragons   16–5   Zebre
Try: Robson 13' m
Howells 40' m
Pen: Robson (1/2) 4'
J. Williams (1/1) 43'
Report[73] Try: Bellini 21' m
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,104
Referee: Joy Neville (IRFU)
22 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   31–7   Edinburgh
Try: McFadden 15' c
Lowe 37' m
Larmour 49' c
Sexton 63' c
Ringrose 78' m
Con: Sexton (3/5) 17’, 50’, 64’,
Report[74] Try: Bradbury 44' c
Con: Van der Walt (1/1) 45'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 13,476
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)
22 September 2018
19:35
Ospreys   27–10   Benetton
Try: D. Evans 32' c
Tipuric 43' c
S. Davies 71' c
Con: S. Davies (3/3) 33', 44', 72'
Pen: S. Davies (2/2) 12', 58'
Report[75] Try: Steyn 53' c
Con: McKinley (1/1) 55'
Pen: Rizzi (1/1) 22'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,405
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)

Round 5Edit

28 September 2018
19:35
Cardiff Blues   24–21   Cheetahs (1 BP)
Try: Lee-Lo 25' c
L. Williams 64' c
Robinson 69' c
Con: Anscombe (3/3) 26', 65', 70'
Pen: Anscombe (1/2) 38'
Report[76] Try: Steenkamp 18' c
Maxwane 49' c
van Rensburg 58' c
Con: Schoeman (3/3) 19', 50', 59'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 6,187
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
28 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   31–30   Benetton (2 BP)
Try: Scott 17' c
van der Merwe 20' c
Kinghorn 34' c
Fife 47' c
Con: Hickey (4/4) 18', 21', 35', 49'
Pen: Hickey (1/2) 4'
Report[77] Try: Sperandio (3) 23' m, 51' m, 60' m
Fuser 40' c
Barbini 71' m
Con: Allan (1/3) 40'
Pen: Allan (1/1) 1'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,392
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
29 September 2018
16:00
Zebre   8–22   Ospreys
Try: Tuivaiti 70' m
Pen: Canna (1/1) 35'
Report[78] Try: Morgan 13' c
Con: S. Davies (1/1) 13'
Pen: S. Davies (4/4) 2', 40', 54', 74'
Drop: S. Davies (1/1) 29'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
29 September 2018
17:15
Connacht   3–20   Leinster
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 2'
Report[79] Try: Ringrose 40' c
Cronin 55' c
Con: Sexton (2/2) 41', 56'
Pen: Sexton (2/2) 34', 40'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 8,129
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
29 September 2018
18:30
(1 BP) Scarlets   54–14   Southern Kings
Try: Jo. Davies (2) 9' c, 24' c
Asquith 15' c
Nicholas 42' c
Davis 58' c
Gardiner 65' m
St. Evans 72' c
Hardy 80' c
Con: Patchell (5/5) 10', 16', 24', 43', 59'
O'Brien (2/3) 74', 80'
Report[80] Try: Basson (2) 20' c, 33' c
Con: Banda (2/2) 21', 34'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,529
Referee: Sean Gallagher (IRFU)
29 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   29–13   Dragons
Try: Kebble 4' c
L. Jones (2) 37' m, 41' m
H. Jones 54' m
Dunbar 77' c
Con: Hastings (2/5) 5', 78'
Report[81] Try: Warren 45' c
Con: Lewis (1/1) 46'
Pen: Robson (2/2) 7', 20'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,135
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
29 September 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   64–7   Ulster
Try: Goggin (2) 5' c, 37' c
O'Donnell (2) 8' c, 30' m
P. O'Mahony 50' c
Carbery 62' c
Arnold 66' c
Earls 70' c
Wootton 77' c
Con: Carbery (5/6) 5', 9', 37', 51', 63'
Keatley (3/3) 67', 71', 78'
Pen: Carbery (1/1) 16'
Report[82] Try: Cave 46' c
Con: Burns (1/1) 47'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 13,907
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 6Edit

5 October 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   37–21   Cheetahs
Try: Toolis 20' c
Graham 38' c
Mata 64' c
Ritchie 77' c
Con: Hickey (4/4) 21', 40', 65', 79'
Pen: Hickey (3/3) 4', 9', 52'
Report[83] Try: Lee 35' c
Maxwane (2) 42' c, 48' c
Con: Schoeman (3/3) 36', 44', 49'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,555
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
5 October 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   36–8   Zebre
Try: H. Jones 5' c
Turner 54' c
Peterson 63' c
G. Horne 65' c
P. Horne 75' m
Con: Hastings (4/5) 6', 56', 64', 66'
Pen: Hastings (1/1) 38'
Report[84] Try: Tauyavuca 34' m
Pen: Violi (1/1) 43'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,174
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
5 October 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   15–22   Connacht
Try: Stockdale 23' m
Timoney 79' c
Con: Cooney (1/2) 79'
Pen: Cooney (1/2) 52'
Report[85] Try: O'Halloran 5' c
Aki 72' m
Con: J. Carty (1/2) 6'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 67'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,109
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
6 October 2018
15:00
Scarlets   20–17   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: McNicholl 15' c
Patchell 56' c
Con: Patchell (2/2) 16', 57'
Pen: Patchell (2/2) 40', 50'
Report[86] Try: Allen 29' c
North 32' m
Morgan 61' m
Con: S. Davies (1/3) 30'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 12,012
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
6 October 2018
17:15
Dragons   15–23   Cardiff Blues
Try: Lewis 11' m
Rosser 18' c
Con: J. Williams (1/1) 19'
Pen: J. Williams (1/1) 57'
Report[87] Try: Lane (2) 30' m, 64' c
Dacey 60' m
Con: Anscombe (1/3) 65'
Pen: Anscombe (2/3) 46', 55'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 7,376
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)
6 October 2018
18:00
Leinster   30–22   Munster
Try: Lowe (2) 14' c, 44' c
Penalty try 10'
Con: Byrne (2/2) 15', 46'
Pen: Byrne (3/3) 32', 40', 69'
Report[88] Try: Beirne 19' m
Stander 27' c
Mathewson 66' c
Con: Carbery (2/3) 28', 67'
Pen: Carbery (1/1) 55'
Aviva Stadium
Attendance: 50,120
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
6 October 2018
20:00
(1 BP) Benetton   28–5   Southern Kings
Try: Bigi 3' c
Duvenage 16' c
Penalty try (2) 22', 51'
Con: Allan (2/2) 5', 17'
Report[89] Try: Penxe 30' m
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Craig Evans (WRU)

Round 7Edit

26 October 2018
19:00
(2 BP) Southern Kings   34–41   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Banda 1' c
Penxe 21' c
H. Klaasen 48' c
Basson 54' c
Con: Banda (4/4) 2', 22', 49', 55'
Pen: Banda (2/2) 12', 33'
Report[90] Try: D. Hughes 27' c
Boyde 39' m
Nicholas 41' c
Kruger 62' c
Hardy 72' c
T. Davies 77' m
Con: D. Jones (4/6) 28', 42', 63', 73'
Pen: D. Jones (1/1) 16'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 2,473
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
26 October 2018
20:00
(1 BP) Zebre   34–16   Edinburgh
Try: Sisi 41' c
Di Giulio 54' c
Canna 72' c
Castello 80' c
Con: Canna (4/4) 42', 55', 72', 80'
Pen: Canna (2/2) 38', 49'
Report[91] Try: Graham 20' c
Con: Hickey (1/1) 22'
Pen: Hickey (3/4) 6', 27', 45'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
26 October 2018
19:55
(1 BP) Ulster   36–18   Dragons
Try: Speight 10' c
Shanahan 22' c
Lowry 38' c
McCloskey (2) 48' m, 78' c
Con: McPhillips (4/5) 11', 23', 40', 78'
Pen: McPhillips (1/1) 6'
Report[92] Try: Taylor 30' c
Sage 66' m
Con: Tovey (1/2) 31'
Pen: Tovey (2/2) 15', 37'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 12,559
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
26 October 2018
20:05
(1 BP) Ospreys   22–17   Connacht (1BP)
Try: Giles (2) 1' m, 8' m
H. Morgan 51' c
D. Evans 79' m
Con: S. Davies (1/4) 52'
Report[93] Try: Aki 64' c
Butler 69' c
Con: J. Carty (2/2) 66', 71'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 12'
Brewery Field, Bridgend
Attendance: 5,122
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
27 October 2018
16:00
Benetton   3–31   Leinster (1 BP)
Pen: Rizzi (1/1) 24'
Report[94] Try: A. Byrne 4' m
Tracy 29' c
C. O'Brien 49' c
Porter 58' c
Tomane 75' m
Con: R. Byrne (3/4) 30', 50', 59'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,485
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
27 October 2018
18:15
Cheetahs   21–10   Cardiff Blues
Try: Venter 7' c
Maxwane (2) 10' c, 38' c
Con: Schoeman (3/3) 8', 11', 39'
Report[95] Try: Manoa 64' c
Con: Shingler (1/1) 65'
Pen: Shingler (1/1) 21'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 4,428
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
27 October 2018
17:15
Munster   25–24   Glasgow Warriors (2 BP)
Try: J. Cronin 8' c
Wootton 65' m
Mathewson 72' c
Con: Hanrahan (1/1) 9'
Keatley (1/2) 73'
Pen: Hanrahan (1/1) 55'
R. Scannell (1/1) 80'
Report[96] Try: G. Horne (2) 23' m, 35' c
M. Fagerson 48' m
P. Horne 59' c
Con: P. Horne (1/3) 36'
Thomson (1/1) 60'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 13,356
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 8Edit

2 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   31–21   Scarlets
Try: Mata (2) 7' c, 74' c
Brown (2) 20' m, 28' m
Schoeman 56' c
Con: Hickey (2/4) 8', 76'
Socino (1/1) 57'
Report[97] Try: Williams 14' c
Asquith 38' c
McNicholl 49' c
Con: D. Jones (3/3) 15', 39', 50'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 5,037
Referee: Ben O'Keeffe (NZRU)
2 November 2018
19:35
Ospreys   20–29   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Cracknell 6' c
Dirksen 74' c
Con: S. Davies (2/2) 7', 74'
Pen: S. Davies (2/3) 25', 46'
Report[98] Try: Matawalu (3) 11' c, 14' c, 48' m
Grigg 58' c
Con: Thomson (3/4) 12', 15', 59'
Pen: Thomson (1/1) 3'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,399
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
3 November 2018
16:00
(1 BP) Benetton   10–15   Ulster
Try: Faiva 2' c
Con: Allan (1/1) 3'
Pen: Allan (1/1) 63'
Report[99] Try: Reidy 43' m
Herring 53' c
Con: Burns (1/2) 54'
Pen: Burns (1/1) 29'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 2,497
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
3 November 2018
17:15
(1 BP) Connacht   33–12   Dragons
Try: Cannon 23' c
Leader 26' m
Fainga'a 29' c
McCartney 39' c
Farrell 69' c
Con: Horwitz (3/4) 24', 30', 40'
J. Carty (1/1) 70'
Report[100] Try: Amos 56' m
Basham 80' c
Con: Tovey (1/2) 80'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,146
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
4 November 2018
14:45
(2 BP) Southern Kings   31–38   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: Penxe 2' m
Ungerer (2) 32' c, 42' c
Klaasen 71' m
van Schalkwyk 79' c
Con: Banda (3/5) 33', 43', 79'
Report[101] Try: A. Byrne 15' m
Penalty try 24'
Gibson-Park 36' c
Leavy 38' c
Deegan 40' c
B. Byrne 63' m
Con: Reid (3/5) 37', 38', 40'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 1,142
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
4 November 2018
14:45
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   37–0   Zebre
Try: T. Williams 16' m
Myhill 47' c
N. Williams 64' c
Lee-Lo (2) 68' c, 80' m
Con: Shingler (3/4) 48', 65', 68'
Pen: Shingler (2/2) 2', 26'
Report[102]
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 6,426
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
4 November 2018
16:45
(2 BP) Cheetahs   26–30   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Dweba (2) 26' m, 57' c
Nche 51' c
Smith 63' c
Con: Schoeman (3/4) 52', 58', 64'
Report[103] Try: Botha 15' m
O'Byrne 37' c
L. Coombes 44' c
Haley 68' m
Con: Johnston (2/4) 39', 46'
Pen: Johnston (2/2) 10', 76'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 3,368
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

Round 9Edit

23 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   40–15   Cardiff Blues
Try: Ashe 10' c
Matawalu (2) 16' c, 67' c
Gibbins 29' c
Seymour 36' c
Hughes 53' m
Con: P. Horne (5/6) 11', 17', 30', 37', 67'
Report[104] Try: Dacey 43' m
Evans 59' c
Con: Evans (1/2) 60'
Pen: Evans (1/1) 4'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
23 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Leinster   52–7   Ospreys
Try: O'Brien 11' c
Penny 31' c
McCarthy 37' c
Fardy 44' c
E. Byrne 56' c
Deegan 62' c
A. Byrne 72' c
Con: Frawley (7/7) 12', 32', 39', 44', 57', 64', 73'
Pen: Frawley (1/1) 24'
Report[105] Try: Dirksen 78' c
Con: S. Davies (1/1) 79'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 12,973
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
23 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Scarlets   29–12   Ulster
Try: Kruger 25' c
Hardy 36' c
Fonotia 39' m
Prydie 60' c
Con: D. Jones (3/4) 26', 36', 62'
Pen: D. Jones (1/1) 18'
Report[106] Try: Shanahan 14' c
Stewart 62' m
Con: Burns (1/2) 15'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,788
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
24 November 2018
14:30
(1 BP) Cheetahs   31–25   Benetton (1 BP)
Try: Lee 7' c
Venter 44' c
Maartens (2) 58' c, 72' c
Con: Schoeman (3/3) 8', 45', 59'
Fouche (1/1) 73'
Pen: Fouche (1/1) 76'
Report[107] Try: Zanon 3' m
Duvenage 28' c
McKinley 68' c
Con: McKinley (2/3) 29', 70'
Pen: McKinley (2/2) 14', 48'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 2,846
Referee: Craig Evans (WRU)
25 November 2018
15:00
Southern Kings   14–31   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Banda 27' c
Dukisa 50' c
Con: Banda (2/2)
Report[108] Try: Kelleher 10' c
Penalty try 35'
Healy 39' c
Boyle 61' c
Con: Carty (2/2) 11', 40'
Horwitz 61'
Pen: Carty (1/1) 4'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 3,207
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
25 November 2018
16:30
Zebre   7–32   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Giammarioli 63' c
Con: Brummer (1/1) 64'
Report[109] Try: F. Wycherley 15' c
O'Byrne 29' c
R. O'Mahony 72' c
R. Scannell 78' m
Con: Johnston (2/2) 16', 31'
R. Scannell (1/2) 74'
Pen: Johnston (1/1) 40'
R. Scannell (1/1) 69'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,400
Referee: Sam Grove-White (SRU)
25 November 2018
17:30
Dragons   18–12   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: Rosser (2) 23' c, 53' m
Con: Tovey (1/2) 25'
Pen: Tovey (2/2) 9', 64'
Report[110] Try: Fife 40' m
Graham 66' c
Con: van der Walt (1/1) 67'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,152
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)

Round 10Edit

30 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   44–14   Edinburgh
Try: Farrell (2) 4' m, 77' m
Conway (2) 14' c, 18' c
Earls (3) 29' m, 33' m, 37' m
Bleyendaal 63' m
Con: Hanrahan (2/8) 15', 19'
Report[111] Try: van der Merwe (2) 20' c, 68' c
Con: van der Walt (1/1) 21'
Baggott (1/1) 69'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 8,008
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
30 November 2018
19:35
(1 BP) Ospreys   43–0   Zebre
Try: Penalty try 23'
L. Morgan (3) 32' m, 56' c, 68' c
Otten 77' c
Cracknell 80' c
Con: S. Davies (2/3) 57' m, 69' c
Hook (2/2) 78', 80'
Pen: S. Davies (1/1) 37'
Report[112]
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,988
Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni (SARU)
1 December 2018
15:00
Ulster   16–12   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: Treadwell 13' c
Con: Cooney (1/1) 13'
Pen: Cooney (3/3) 2', 57', 66'
Report[113] Try: Morgan 9' m
Dacey 19' c
Con: Evans (1/2) 20'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,407
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
1 December 2018
17:00
(1 BP) Cheetahs   17–21   Connacht
Try: Jaer 30' m
Dweba 35' m
S. Venter 71' c
Con: Schoeman (1/1) 72'
Report[114] Try: Farrell 5' c
Thornbury 27' m
Con: J. Carty (1/2) 7'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 21'
Horwitz (2/2) 57', 64'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 3,270
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)
1 December 2018
17:15
Dragons   10–59   Leinster (1 BP)
Try: R. Williams 45' c
Con: Tovey (1/1) 46'
Pen: Tovey (1/1) 18'
Report[115] Try: D. Kearney (2) 6' c, 42' c
Penny 12' c
Fardy 22' m
Doris 53' c
Keenan 61' c
B. Byrne 64' m
J. O'Brien (2) 68' c, 78' c
Con: R. Byrne (5/7) 7', 13', 43', 54', 61'
Frawley (2/2) 69', 80'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 4,503
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
1 December 2018
17:15
Glasgow Warriors   29–20   Scarlets
Try: Thomson 29' c
Grigg 41' c
Con: Thomson (2/2) 30', 42'
Pen: Thomson (5/7) 12', 21', 50', 59', 78'
Report[116] Try: Jo. Davies 46' m
St. Evans 68' m
Blommetjies 74' c
Con: Patchell (1/3) 76'
Pen: Patchell (1/1) 6'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
1 December 2018
19:15
(1 BP) Southern Kings   19–22   Benetton (1 BP)
Try: Kruger (2) 10' c, 80' m
Pupuma 74' c
Con: Banda (2/3) 11', 74'
Report[117] Try: Faiva (3) 5' m, 25' c, 37' m
Ioane 50' m
Con: McKinley (1/4) 27'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 1,459
Referee: Sean Gallagher (IRFU)

Round 11Edit

21 December 2018
19:35
Cardiff Blues   19–16   Dragons (1 BP)
Try: Fish 52' c
Con: Anscombe (1/1) 54'
Pen: Anscombe (4/5) 19', 49', 63', 80'
Report[118] Try: Sage 72'
Con: Tovey (1/1) 74'
Pen: Lewis (2/2) 38', 58'
Drop: Lewis (1/1) 34'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 8,164
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
21 December 2018
19:35
Ulster   19–12   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Herring 32' c
Baloucoune 60' c
Shanahan 76' m
Con: Burns (2/3) 34', 61'
Report[119] Pen: Hanrahan (2/2) 11', 51'
Johnston (2/2) 65', 80'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 16,804
Referee: Sean Gallagher (IRFU)
22 December 2018
15:00
Ospreys   19–12   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: Morgan 57' c
Con: S. Davies (1/1) 58'
Pen: S. Davies (2/3) 7', 14'
Drop: S. Davies (2/2) 60', 65'
Report[120] Pen: Patchell (3/4) 5', 10', 26'
D. Jones (1/1) 71'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 13,251
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
22 December 2018
17:15
Edinburgh   23–7   Glasgow Warriors
Try: van der Merwe (2) 11' c, 59' c
Con: van der Walt (2/2) 13', 61'
Pen: van der Walt (3/3) 9', 21', 54'
Report[121] Try: P. Horne 36' c
Con: Hastings (1/1) 37'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 21,190
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
22 December 2018
19:45
(1 BP) Leinster   33–29   Connacht (2 BP)
Try: O'Brien 11' c
M. Kearney 43' m
Cronin 69' c
Leavy 71' c
Porter 80' c
Con: Byrne (4/5) 11', 69', 72', 80'
Report[122] Try: Kelleher 5' m
Leader 22' c
J. Carty 33' c
Blade 47' c
Con: J. Carty (3/4) 23', 34', 48'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 63'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 16,790
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
22 December 2018
15:00
(1 BP) Zebre   8–10   Benetton
Try: Elliott 53' m
Pen: Canna (1/3) 36'
Report[123] Try: Tavuyara 30' c
Con: McKinley (1/1) 32'
Pen: McKinley (1/1) 42'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 4,600
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)

Round 12Edit

28 December 2018
19:35
Connacht   21–12   Ulster
Try: Delahunt 12' c
Aki 19' c
Blade 42' c
Con: J. Carty (3/3) 13', 21', 44'
Report[124] Try: Kernohan 32' c
Murphy 67' m
Con: Cooney (1/2) 33'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 8,129
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
29 December 2018
15:00
Benetton   28–10   Zebre
Try: Bigi 26' m
Ruzza 45' c
Lamaro 79' c
Con: Allan (1/2) 46'
McKinley (1/1) 80'
Pen: Allan (3/3) 6', 9', 70'
Report[125] Try: Canna 80' c
Con: Canna (1/1) 80'
Pen: Canna (1/2) 13'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 4,920
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
29 December 2018
15:00
Glasgow Warriors   8–16   Edinburgh
Try: G. Horne 77' m
Pen: Hastings (1/1) 19'
Report[126] Try: McInally 49' c
Con: van der Walt (1/1) 50'
Pen: van der Walt (3/3) 4', 25', 59'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
29 December 2018
17:15
Munster   26–17   Leinster
Try: Cloete 13' c
Earls 71' c
Con: Carbery (1/1) 15'
Bleyendaal (1/1) 72'
Pen: Carbery (4/4)
Report[127] Try: Tracy 47' c
Deegan 80' c
Con: Sexton (1/1) 48'
Frawley 80'
Pen: Sexton (1/1) 23'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 26,267
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
29 December 2018
17:15
Scarlets   5–34   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: McNicholl 11' m
Report[128] Try: L. Williams 9' c
Lee-Lo (2) 61' c, 75' c
Anscombe 78' c
Con: Anscombe (4/4) 11', 62', 77', 79'
Pen: Anscombe (2/2) 8', 70'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 10,622
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
30 December 2018
15:00
Dragons   23–22   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: Rosser 27' c
Dee 51' c
Con: Lewis (2/2) 28', 52'
Pen: Lewis (2/2) 4', 18'
Tovey (1/1) 73'
Report[129] Try: Tipuric 65' c
Con: S. Davies (1/1) 66'
Pen: S. Davies (5/6) 21', 31', 43', 57', 69'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 7,196
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 13Edit

5 January 2019
15:00
Benetton   20–17   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: Budd (2) 13' c, 27' m
Steyn 50' m
Con: Allan (1/3) 14'
Pen: Allan (1/1) 67'
Report Try: Johnson 22' c
G. Horne 39' c
Con: Hastings (2/2) 22', 40'
Pen: Hastings (1/1) 62'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,800
Referee: Joy Neville (IRFU)
5 January 2019
15:00
Ospreys   20–11   Cardiff Blues
Try: S. Williams 2' c
North 19' c
Con: S. Davies (2/2) 3', 21'
Pen: S. Davies (1/1) 51'
Drop: S. Davies (1/1) 78'
Report Try: Smith 5' m
Pen: Anscombe (2/2) 40', 58'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 7,264
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
5 January 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Leinster   40–7   Ulster
Try: Cronin (2) 5' c, 12' c
C. O'Brien 19' m
Porter 40' c
Gibson-Park 61' c
Penalty try 80'
Con: Frawley (4/5) 7', 13', 40', 62'
Report Try: McBurney 17' c
Con: McPhillips (1/1) 18'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 18,099
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
5 January 2019
17:15
Scarlets   22–13   Dragons
Try: Nicholas 56' m
Hidalgo-Clyne 74' m
Pen: D. Jones (4/4) 3', 11', 37', 40+1'
Report Try: Benjamin 80' c
Con: Tovey (1/1) 80+1'
Pen: Lewis (2/2) 31', 47'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 8,167
Referee: Craig Evans (WRU)
5 January 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Connacht   24–31   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Farrell 9' c
Kelleher 41' c
J. Carty 72' c
Con: J. Carty (3/3) 11', 42', 72'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 40'
Report Try: P. O'Mahony 16' c
Goggin (2) 24' c, 48' c
Carbery 63' c
Con: Carbery (4/4) 17', 25', 49', 64'
Pen: Carbery (1/1) 56'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 8,129
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
5 January 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   38–0   Southern Kings
Try: Fife 3' c
Graham (2) 6' c, 10' m
Sutherland 40+3' c
Berghan 45' m
Fenton 62' c
Con: Hickey (4/6) 4', 7', 40+4', 64'
Report
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,549
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
6 January 2019
13:00
Zebre   12–27   Cheetahs (1 BP)
Try: Padovani 28' m
Bisengi 31' c
Con: Canna (1/2) 32'
Report Try: Janse van Rensburg (2) 18' c, 42' m
Maxwane 22' m
Venter 74' m
Maartens 78' m
Con: Schoeman (1/5) 20'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 1,700
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 11 Catch upEdit

18 January 2019
19:00
(1 BP) Southern Kings   17–24   Cheetahs
Try: Dukisa 42' c
Penalty try 72'
Con: Banda (1/1) 42'
Pen: Banda (1/1) 48'
Report Try: Maxwane 6' c
Junior Pokomela 45' c
de Bruin 80+5' c
Con: Schoeman (2/2) 8', 46'
Fouché (1/1) 80+6'
Pen: van Rensburg (1/1) 63'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 3,872
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)

Round 14Edit

25 January 2019
19:35
Glasgow Warriors   9–3   Ospreys (1 BP)
Pen: Thomson (3/3) 42', 60', 62'
Report Pen: S. Davies (1/3) 31'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,246
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
25 January 2019
19:35
Leinster   22–17   Scarlets (1 BP)
Try: O'Loughlin 40+1' c
Lowe 68' m
B. Daly 71' c
Con: Frawley (2/3) 40+2', 73'
Pen: Frawley (1/1) 30'
Report Try: Hardy (2) 51' c, 73' c
Con: D. Jones (2/2) 52', 74'
Pen: D. Jones (1/2) 59'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 15,007
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
25 January 2019
19:35
Ulster   17–17   Benetton
Try: Ludik 0' m
Herring 44' m
Penalty try
Report Try: Ruzza 10' c
Ratuva Tavuyara 59' c
Con: McKinley (2/2) 11', 59'
Pen: McKinley (1/1) 38'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,264
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
26 January 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Cheetahs   61–28   Zebre (1 BP)
Try: Maxwane 1' m
Jaer 13' c
Manjezi 19' c
Nonkontwana 30' c
Nché 46' c
S. Venter (2) 61' c, 76' c
Pokomela 64' c
Janse van Rensburg 79' c
Con: Schoeman (8/9) 14', 19', 32', 47', 62', 66', 78', 80'
Report Try: Balekana 5' c
Meyer 50' c
Tauyavuca 53' c
Biagi 71' c
Con: Canna (4/4) 6', 50', 53', 71'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 6,360
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
26 January 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Dragons   7–8   Munster
Try: Fairbrother 13' c
Con: Lewis (1/1) 14'
Report Try: Kleyn 62' m
Pen: Johnston (1/1) 29'
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,013
Referee: Ben Blain (SRU)
26 January 2019
17:15
Cardiff Blues   8–7   Connacht (1 BP)
Try: Lane 24' m
Pen: Shingler (1/2) 11'
Report Try: Boyle 74' c
Con: C. Fitzgerald 75'
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,673
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
26 January 2019
17:15
Southern Kings   25–21   Edinburgh (1 BP)
Try: Basson 3' c
B. Pretorius 75' c
Penxe 77' m
Con: Banda (2/3) 5', 76'
Pen: Banda (2/2) 10', 37'
Report Try: Dean 7' c
Ford 71'
Con: van der Walt (2/2) 8', 73'
NMU Stadium
Attendance: 3,477
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 12 Catch upEdit

2 February 2019
16:00
(1 BP) Cheetahs   40–36   Southern Kings (2 BP)
Try: S. Venter ' c
Schoeman 14' c
Small-Smith 22' m
Jaer 54' c
Pokomela 62' c
R. Venter 65' c
Con: Schoeman (5/6) 7', 15', 56', 63', 66'
Report Try: Velleman 33' c
Penxe 46' m
Burger 72' c
A. van Rooyen 75' c
B. Klaasen 80+2' c
Con: Banda (4/5) 34', 73', 76', 80+3'
Pen: Banda (1/1) 2'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)

Round 15Edit

15 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   34–17   Dragons
Report
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,584
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
15 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   43–0   Southern Kings
Try: N. Cronin 13' c
Conway 37' m
Sweetnam 54' c
Holland 60' m
Marshall 66' c
Kleyn 70' m
R. Scannell 79' c
Con: R. Scannell (4/7) 14', 55', 67', 80'
Report
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 8,008
Referee: Andrea Piardi (FIR)
15 February 2019
19:35
Ospreys   0–8   Ulster
Report
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 4,264
Referee: Quinton Immelman (SARU)
16 February 2019
16:00
(1 BP) Zebre   24–40   Leinster (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Luigi Zaffanella [6]
Attendance: 3,300
Referee: Ian Davies (WRU)
16 February 2019
18:15
Benetton   25–19   Scarlets (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 3,100
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
16 February 2019
17:30
Connacht   25–17   Cheetahs
Try: Farrell 24' c
McCartney 45' c
Butler 78' m
Con: J. Carty (2/3) 26', 47'
Pen: J. Carty (2/2) 16', 72'
Report Try: Maxwane 10' c
Fouché 20' m
S. Venter 59' m
Con: Schoeman (1/3) 12'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 4,933
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
16 February 2019
19:35
(2 BP) Cardiff Blues   34–38   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Report
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,907
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)

Round 16Edit

22 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   43–17   Connacht
Try: G. Horne 0' c
Swinson 30' c
Stewart (2) 38' c, 44' c
Nairn (2) 66' c, 72' m
Con: Thomson (5/6) 1', 31', 38', 45', 67'
Pen: Thomson (1/1) 16'
Report Try: S. Fitzgerald 21' m
Boyle 61' m
Daly 69' c
Con: Godwin (1/2) 70'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,246
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
22 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ospreys   13–19   Munster
Try: Dirksen 18' c
Con: Price (1/1) 18'
Pen: Price (2/2) 32', 62'
Report Try: Sweetnam 4' c
Penalty try 36'
Haley 69' m
Con: Hanrahan (1/2) 5'
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 5,432
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
22 February 2019
19:55
(1 BP) Leinster   59–19   Southern Kings
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 10,435
Referee: Sam Grove-White (SRU)
23 February 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Benetton   57–7   Dragons
Report
23 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   17–19   Cardiff Blues
Report
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,258
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)
23 February 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Ulster   54–7   Zebre
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 12,842
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
24 February 2019
13:00
(1 BP) Scarlets   43–21   Cheetahs
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 7,200
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)

Round 17Edit

1 March 2019
19:35
Leinster   19–7   Cheetahs
Report
RDS Arena
Attendance: 10,057
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
2 March 2019
14:45
(1 BP) Connacht   46–5   Ospreys
Try: Farrell 1' c
Healy 24' c
Marmion (2) 29' c, 50' c
McCartney 69' c
Con: Godwin (4/4) 1', 25', 31', 52'
Pen: Godwin (2/2) 12', 15'
Report Try: Aubrey 15' m
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,117
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
2 March 2019
16:00
Benetton   18–10   Edinburgh
Report
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 4,600
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
2 March 2019
17:00
Scarlets   10–6   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Nicholas 10' c
Con: Halfpenny (1/1) 12'
Pen: Halfpenny (1/1) 48'
Report Pen: Johnston (2/2) 4', 39'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 8,032
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
2 March 2019
18:15
Zebre   10–42   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Report
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
2 March 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   26–19   Southern Kings (1 BP)
Report
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 5,312
Referee: Joy Neville (IRFU)
3 March 2019
15:00
Dragons   15–28   Ulster (1 BP)
Report
Rodney Parade
Attendance: 5,142
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)

Round 18Edit

22 March 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Cardiff Blues   41–17   Scarlets
Report
Cardiff Arms Park
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
22 March 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Connacht   29–14   Benetton
Try: Blade ' c
Healy (2) 29' c, 68' m
J. Carty ' c
Con: Godwin (2/2) 17', 30'
J. Carty (1/2) 80'
Pen: J. Carty (1/1) 63'
Report Try: Rizzi 37' c
Duvenage 55' c
Con: Rizzi (2/2) 38', 56'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 5,106
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
22 March 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Edinburgh   28–11   Leinster
Report
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 6,661
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
23 March 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Ospreys   29–20   Dragons
Report
Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 8,047
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
23 March 2019
17:30
(1 BP) Ulster   33–19   Southern Kings
Report
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 13,748
Referee: Lloyd Linton (SRU)
23 March 2019
19:45
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   35–17   Cheetahs
Report
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,246
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
23 March 2019
19:45
(1 BP) Munster   31–12   Zebre
Try: Loughman 40'+1 m
Marshall 52' c
Sweetnam 64' m
N. Scannell 68' c
Haley 77' c
Con: Bleyendaal (3/4) 53', 69', 79'
Report Try: Elliott 8' m
Tenga 18' c
Con: Canna (1/2) 18'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 14,226
Referee: Dan Jones (WRU)

Round 19Edit

5 April 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Glasgow Warriors   30–7   Ulster
Try: Brown 13' c
Hastings 18' m
Seymour 40' m
Z. Fagerson 43' c
Con: Hastings (2/4) 14', 44'
Pen: Hastings (2/2) 26', 57'
Report Try: Herring 7' c
Con: Cooney (1/1) 8' c
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 7,351
Referee: Stuart Berry (SARU)
5 April 2019
19:35
(1 BP) Munster   45–21   Cardiff Blues
Try: Farrell 17' c
Kleyn 29' c
Stander 49' c
Murray 60' c
Conway 65' c
Arnold 75' c
Con: Bleyendaal (5/5) 17', 30', 50', 60', 66'
Hanrahan (1/1) 77'
Pen: Bleyendaal (1/2) 11'
Report Try: T. Williams 6' c
Summerhill 37' c
Lee-Lo 45' c
Con: Anscombe (3/3) 7', 39', 47'
Irish Independent Park
Attendance: 8,008
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
6 April 2019
16:30
Cheetahs   14–31   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: Swanepoel 41' c
R. Venter 71'c
Con: Schoeman (2/2) 42' 72'
Report Try: D. Evans 25' c
Cracknell 29' c
Tipuric 43' c
Allen 54' c
Con: Price (2/2) 26', 30'
S. Davies (2/2) 44', 55'
Pen: S. Davies (1/1) 67'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 4,638
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
6 April 2019
17:30
(1 BP) Zebre   5–6   Connacht
Try: Bellini 41'm
Report Pen: J. Carty (2/2) 5', 21'
Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Ben Blain (SRU)
6 April 2019
18:45
Scarlets   12–20   Edinburgh
Try: G. Davies 10' c
St. Evans 24' m
Con: Halfpenny (1/2) 11'
Report Try: M. Scott 59' c
van der Walt 64' c
Con: van der Walt (2/2) 60', 65'
Pen: van der Walt (2/3) 44', 68'
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 8,733
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
6 April 2019
19:45
Leinster   27–27   Benetton
Try: Lowe 47' c
B. Byrne 63' c
Frawley 70' c
Con: Frawley (3/3) 48', 64' 71'
Pen: Reid (1/1) 17'
Frawley (1/1) 25'
Report Try: Bigi 12' c
Ruzza 53' c
Ratuva Tavuyara 80' c
Con: Allan (3/3) 14', 54', 80+3'
Pen: Allan (2/2) 20', 39'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 12,627
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
7 April 2019
15:00
Southern Kings   18–18   Dragons
Try: Ungerer 16' m
Basson 18' m
H. Klaasen 51' m
Pen: B. Pretorius (1/1) 32'
Report Try: Warren 2' m
J. Williams 56' c
Con: Lewis (1/2) 56'
Pen: Lewis (2/2) 10', 78'
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 2,497
Referee: Frank Murphy (IRFU)

Round 20Edit

12 April 2019
18:00
Benetton   28–37   Munster (1 BP)
Try: Benvenuti 7' c
Ioane 37' m
Penalty try 44'
Con: Allan (1/2) 8'
Pen: Allan (3/3) 5', 18', 23'
Report Try: Marshall 10' c
Goggin 13' c
S. Daly 60' c
Mathewson 67' c
Con: Hanrahan (4/4) 11', 13', 61', 68'
Pen: Hanrahan (3/3) 25', 48', 54'
Stadio Comunale di Monigo
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)
12 April 2019
19:35
Edinburgh   7–29   Ulster (1 BP)
Try: Barclay 57' c
Con: Hickey (1/1) 59'
Report Try: Murphy 11' c
Baloucoune 40' m
Lyttle 53' c
Burns 77' c
Con: Cooney (3/4) 12', 55', 79'
Pen: Cooney (1/1) 4'
Murrayfield Stadium
Attendance: 7,856
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
12 April 2019
19:35
Southern Kings   7–43   Ospreys (1 BP)
Try: Mike Willemse 61' c
Con: Banda (1/1) 62'
Report Try: D. Evans (3) 13' c, 17' c, 56' m
Allen 19' m
Dirksen 25' c
B. Davies (2) 29' c, 78' m
Con: Price (4/5) 14', 18', 25', 30'
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 1,792
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)
13 April 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Connacht   29–22   Cardiff Blues (1 BP)
Try: Blade 11' c
Thornbury 26' c
J. Carty 49' c
Healy 72' m
Con: J. Carty (3/4) 11', 27', 50'
Pen: J. Carty (1/3) 46'
Report Try: Lane 19' c
Turnbull 70' c
Harries 79' m
Con: Anscombe (2/3) 20', 71'
Pen: Anscombe (1/1) 52'
Galway Sportsgrounds
Attendance: 6,229
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)
13 April 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Leinster   24–39   Glasgow Warriors (1 BP)
Try: D. Kearney (2) 9' m, 60' m
R. Kearney (2) 35' c, 51' c
Con: R. Byrne (2/3) 36', 53'
Report Try: Johnson 15' c
Seymour 39' m
M. Fagerson 64' c
Z. Fagerson 72' c
G. Horne 80+2' c
Con: Hastings (4/5) 15', 66', 73', 80+3'
Pen: Hastings (2/2) 4', 14'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 14,368
Referee: Marius Mitrea (FIR)
13 April 2019
17:15
(1 BP) Scarlets   42–0   Zebre
Try: Cassiem (2) 12' c, 72' c
Parkes 35' c
McNicholl 59' c
Hardy 74' c
Nicholas 76' c
Con: Halfpenny (6/6) 13', 36', 60', 72', 75', 76'
Report
Parc y Scarlets
Attendance: 8,356
Referee: Keith Allen (SRU)
13 April 2019
18:35
(1 BP) Cheetahs   38–13   Dragons
Try: H. Venter 39' c
S. Venter 62' c
Schoeman 73' c
Fouché 77' c
Maxwane 79' c
Con: Schoeman (5/5) 40', 63', 74', 78', 80'
Pen: Schoeman (1/1) 4'
Report Try: Basham 43' c
Con: Lewis (1/1) 44'
Pen: Lewis (2/3) 29', 58'
Toyota Stadium
Attendance: 4,108
Referee: Sean Gallagher (IRFU)

Round 21Edit

27 April 2019
15:00
Zebre   v   Benetton
27 April 2019
17:15
Ulster   v   Leinster
27 April 2019
16:30
Cheetahs   v   Southern Kings
27 April 2019
19:35
Munster   v   Connacht

Judgement DayEdit

27 April 2019
15:00
Dragons   v   Scarlets
27 April 2019
17:15
Cardiff Blues   v   Ospreys

Play-offsEdit

The top side from each of the two conferences are given a bye to the semi-finals and have home advantage. Teams placed second and third in opposite conferences meet in the two quarter-finals to determine the other two semi-finalists with the teams ranked second having home advantage.

The play-offs are scheduled in the four weeks after the regular season has been completed.

Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Pro14 Final
                   
        Glasgow Warriors/  Munster  
  Ulster       Winner of quarter-final 1  
  Connacht       Winner of semi-final 1
    Winner of semi-final 2
        Leinster
  Glasgow Warriors/  Munster     Winner of quarter-final 2  
Conference B 3rd  

Quarter-finalsEdit

4 May 2019
15:00
Glasgow Warriors/Munster v Conference B 3rd

4 May 2019
17:35
Ulster   v   Connacht

Semi-finalsEdit

17/18 May 2019
Leinster   v Winner of quarter-final 2


FinalEdit

The 2018–19 Guinness Pro14 Grand Final will be held at Celtic Park in Glasgow. The stadium, which is home to Scottish football giants and former European Cup winners Celtic F.C., has a capacity of over 60,000.

Play-off for the 7th Champions Cup placeEdit

South African teams cannot compete in the European Rugby Champions Cup as it is restricted to European teams. The top three eligible teams in each conference automatically qualify for the following year's Champions Cup. The seventh Champions Cup place is allocated to the winners of the playoff match between the fourth ranked eligible teams in each conference played at the home of the team with the most regular league points.

RefereesEdit

Pro14 2018–19 14-man referee elite squad: (number of matches refereed):[130]

Note: Additional referees are used throughout the season, selected from a select development squad that includes; Craig Evans (2) and Adam Jones (0) – both WRU, Sam Grove-White (3), Ben Blain (2), Keith Allen (1) – SRU and Joy Neville (1) – IRFU

Attendances by clubEdit

  • Includes quarter-finals and semi-finals – the final is not included as it is held at a neutral venue. Due to the Conference A & B structure of 21 rounds in the Pro14, some teams were allotted 10 league home games during the league stage, while others received 11. Cardiff Blues and Dragons each gave up a home game in the final round of fixtures for Judgement Day, leaving them with nine home games. These figures do not include European Champions Cup play-off game.
Club Home
games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
  Benetton 10 33,802 3,380 5,000 2,200 50%
  Cardiff Blues 9 66,237 7,360 12,000 5,312 61%
  Cheetahs 10 45,281 4,528 6,500 2,846 9%
  Connacht 11 66,142 6,013 8,129 4,056 74%
  Dragons 9 46,111 5,123 7,376 4,012 59%
  Edinburgh 10 68,321 6,832 21,190 4,258 10%
  Glasgow Warriors 10 72,802 7,280 7,351 7,135 99%
  Leinster 11 187,928 17,084 50,120 10,057 77%
  Munster 9 112,053 12,450 26,267 8,008 79%
  Ospreys 11 74,936 6,812 13,251 4,264 36%
  Scarlets 11 92,877 8,443 12,012 7,180 57%
  Southern Kings 10 28,175 2,818 5,096 1,142 14%
  Ulster 9 119,609 13,290 16,804 11,882 73%
  Zebre 10 29,000 2,900 4,600 1,700 57%

Highest attendancesEdit

Date Game Stadium Attendance
6 October 2018 Leinster (h) v Munster Aviva Stadium 50,120
29 December 2018 Munster (h) v Leinster Thomond Park 26,267
22 December 2018 Edinburgh (h) v Glasgow Warriors Murrayfield Stadium 21,190
5 January 2019 Leinster (h) v Ulster RDS Arena 18,099
21 December 2018 Ulster (h) v Munster Kingspan Stadium 16,804
22 December 2018 Leinster (h) v Connacht RDS Arena 16,790
25 January 2019 Leinster (h) v Scarlets RDS Arena 15,007
13 April 2019 Leinster (h) v Glasgow Warriors RDS Arena 14,368
23 March 2019 Munster (h) v Zebre Thomond Park 14,226
15 September Leinster (h) v Dragons RDS Arena 13,976

End of Season AwardsEdit

PRO14 Dream TeamEdit

Pos Player Team
FB 15
RW 14
OC 13
IC 12
LW 11
FH 10
SH 9
N8 8
OF 7
BF 6
RL 5
LL 4
TP 3
HK 2
LP 1

Award winnersEdit

Award Winner
Players' Player of the Season
Young Player of the Season
Coach of the Season
Chairman's Award
Golden Boot
Top Try Scorer
Fairplay Award
Try of the Season

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.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Dragons started the season with Bernard Jackman as head coach but he was dismissed from the role in December 2018, with Ceri Jones taking over for the remainder of the season.[4]
  2. ^ Although Murrayfield's full capacity is 67,144, only the lower section of the East Stand, with a capacity of 12,464, is generally opened for Edinburgh fixtures.
  3. ^ Thomond Park's official capacity is 25,600 but can be expanded up to 26,276 with temporary seating.
  4. ^ On 17 September 2018, it was announced that due to a clash of fixtures between the Ospreys and Swansea City, and a potential short-turn around, Ospreys moved their fixture from the Liberty Stadium to Bridgend's Brewery Field.[5]

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