Due to the ongoing effect of the pandemic on international travel the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific match schedule has been reformatted.
The 12 teams have revealed their squads for the inaugural season, headlined by new and exciting Fijian Drua and Moana Pasifika squads.
Rugby Australia and New Zealand Rugby have announced the match draw for the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific tournament.
A fresh looking Super Rugby introduces fan-friendly initiatives and a simplified finals system so what are the five main things we learnt from the draw?
Anticipation has started to build for the inaugural Super Rugby Pacific after the draw was confirmed for the 2022 season.
Rugby Australia and New Zealand Rugby have formed a new partnership to deliver Super Rugby Pacific from 2022.
The Blues narrowly came out on top over the Highlanders as they edged a hugely physical battle 23-15 to clinch the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman crown in front of a crowd of 36 000 at Eden Park.
SANZAR has confirmed that the Super Rugby Trans Tasman Final will be played on Saturday 19 June at Eden Park in Auckland.
The Blues held off a late fightback from the Western Force at Eden Park to clinch a 31-21 victory and book their place in the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final.
An injury-hit Reds outfit went down 31-24 to the Blues in Brisbane on Saturday, as the men from Auckland moved to the top of the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman table.
The Blues made it three wins from three as they cruised to a 38-10 victory over the Brumbies in a one-sided Super Rugby Trans-Tasman clash at Eden Park in Auckland.
Bryce Heem bagged a hat-trick as the Blues claimed a 48-21 victory over the Waratahs in an entertaining Super Rugby Trans-Tasman clash at Eden Park.
The Blues produced a rugby masterclass at AAMI Park on Saturday as they ran in six tries to hammer the Rebels 50-3.
The Blues ran in three late tries to secure a 39-19 victory over the Chiefs in their final Super Rugby Aotearoa match of the season.
The Crusaders proved much too strong for the Blues with a 29-6 victory in Super Rugby Aotearoa action in Christchurch on Sunday.
Rugby Australia and New Zealand Rugby have confirmed the final schedule for the inaugural Super Rugby Trans-Tasman that kicks off on 14 May.
The Blues were made to pay for their lapses in discipline as the Highlanders secured a well-deserved 35-29 victory at the Forsyth Barr Stadium.
In a major step for Pacific Island rugby, Moana Pasifika and the Fijian Drua have been granted conditional licences to join a planned new competition next year.
After two straight defeats, the Blues returned to winning ways in Super Rugby Aotearoa with a hard-fought 27-17 victory over the Hurricanes in Auckland.
The Chiefs snatched an incredible 15-12 victory over the Blues with the final kick of the match thanks to a last-minute try from Damian McKenzie.