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The 2019 Pro14 Grand Final will be the final match of the 2018–19 Pro14 season. The 2018–19 season is the fifth with Guinness as the title sponsor, the tenth with a Grand Final and the second season with 14 teams, following the admission of two South African teams. The final will be played at the 60,000 seater, Celtic Park in Glasgow, home to Scottish football giants and former European Cup winners Celtic F.C. [1]

2019 Pro14 Grand Final
Event2018–19 Pro14
Date25 May 2019
VenueCeltic Park, Glasgow
RefereeNigel Owens (WRU)
2018
2020

Contents

Route to the finalEdit

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 (A1) 50  
  Ulster (B2) 21       Ulster (B2) 20  
  Connacht (A3) 13         Glasgow Warriors (A1)
      Leinster (B1)
        Leinster (B1) 24
  Munster (A2) 15       Munster (A2) 9  
  Benetton (B3) 13  

Quarter-finalsEdit

4 May 2019
15:00
Munster   15–13   Benetton
Pen: Bleyendaal (2/2) 22', 43'
Hanrahan (3/3) 62', 65', 76'
Report Try: Ratuva Tavuyara 39' c
Con: Allan (1/1) 40'
Pen: Allan (2/2) 25', 59'
Thomond Park
Attendance: 10,042
Referee: Nigel Owens (WRU)
4 May 2019
17:35
Ulster   21–13   Connacht
Try: Timoney 14' m
Coetzee 77' c
Con: Burns (1/1) 78'
Pen: Cooney (3/3) 4', 40', 61'
Report Try: Aki 54' c
Con: J. Carty (1/1) 55'
Pen: J. Carty (2/3) 29', 67'
Kingspan Stadium
Attendance: 15,215
Referee: Andrew Brace (IRFU)

Semi-finalsEdit

17 May 2019
19:35
Glasgow Warriors   50–20   Ulster
Try: Seymour (2) 2' c, 54' m
Price 16' c
Harley 38' c
Steyn 58' c
P. Horne 67' c
G. Horne 75' c
Con: Hastings (6/7) 3', 18', 39', 58', 68', 76'
Pen: Hastings (1/1) 28'
Report Try: Coetzee 60' m
Herring 71' c
Lowry 79' m
Con: Burns (1/3) 71'
Pen: Cooney (1/1) 30'
Scotstoun Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)
18 May 2019
14:30
Leinster   24–9   Munster
Try: Cronin 54' c
Lowe 79' m
Con: R. Byrne (1/1) 55'
Pen: R. Byrne (4/4) 2', 34', 40'+6, 45'
Report Pen: Carbery (3/3) 5', 24', 50'
RDS Arena
Attendance: 18,977
Referee: Mike Adamson (SRU)

Pre-matchEdit

FinalEdit

SummaryEdit

DetailsEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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
Substitutions:
HK 16
PR 17
PR 18
FL 19
FL 20
SH 21
FH 22
CE 23
Coach:
  Dave Rennie
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
Substitutions:
HK 16
PR 17
PR 18
LK 19
FL 20
SH 21
CE 22
WG 23
Coach:
  Leo Cullen

Man of the Match:

Touch judges:
Mike Adamson (SRU)
John Lacey (IRFU)
Television Match Official:
Ian Davies (WRU)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pro14: Celtic Park to stage 2018-19 final". BBC Sport. 4 May 2018. Retrieved 27 May 2018.