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Aviva Premiership Fixtures 2016/2017

 

Aviva Premiership Rugby

Fixtures 2016/17

 

 

Round 1

Friday September 2@19.45:Gloucester Rugby v Leicester Tigers (Kingsholm)                     BT Sport

Friday September 2 @ 20.00: Newcastle Falcons v Sale Sharks (Kingston Park)

Saturday September 3 @ 14.00: Saracens v Worcester Warriors (Twickenham)                  BT Sport

Saturday September 3 @ 15.30: Northampton Saints v Bath Rugby (Franklin’s Gardens)

Saturday September 3 @ 16.30: Harlequins v Bristol Rugby (Twickenham)                           BT Sport

Sunday September 4 @ 15.00: Wasps v Exeter Chiefs (Ricoh Arena)                                        BT Sport

 

Round 2

Friday September 9 @19.45: Worcester Warriors v Gloucester Rugby (Sixways)               BT Sport

Friday September 9 @ 20.15: Sale Sharks v Harlequins (AJ Bell Stadium)

Saturday September 10 @15.00: Bath Rugby v Newcastle Falcons (Recreation Ground)

Saturday September 10 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Wasps (Welford Road)                          BT Sport

Sunday September 11 @ 15.00: Bristol Rugby v Northampton Saints (Ashton Gate)

Sunday September 11 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Saracens (Sandy Park)                                   BT Sport

 

Round 3

Friday September 16 @ 19.45: Sale Sharks v Gloucester Rugby (AJ Bell Stadium)              BT Sport

Saturday September 17 @ 15.00: Bath Rugby v Worcester Warriors (Recreation Ground)

Saturday September 17 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Harlequins (Sandy Park)

Saturday September 17 @ 15.00: Saracens v Northampton Saints (Allianz Park)                 BT Sport

Sunday September 18 @ 14.30: Wasps v Bristol Rugby (Ricoh Arena)

Sunday September 18 @ 15.00: Newcastle Falcons v Leicester Tigers (Kingston Park)     BT Sport

 

 

 

 

Round 4

Friday September 23 @ 19.45: Bristol Rugby v Exeter Chiefs (Ashton Gate)                         BT Sport

Saturday September 24 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Newcastle Falcons (Kingsholm)

Saturday September 24 @ 15.00: Harlequins v Saracens (Twickenham Stoop)

Saturday September 24 @ 15.00: Northampton Saints v Wasps (Franklin’s Gardens)       BT Sport

Saturday September 24 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Sale Sharks (Sixways)

Sunday September 25 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Bath Rugby (Welford Road)                   BT Sport

 

Round 5

Friday September 30 @ 19.45: Bristol Rugby v Saracens (Ashton Gate)  

Friday September 30 @ 19.45: Northampton Saints v Exeter Chiefs (Franklin’s Gardens) BT Sport

Saturday October 1 @ 14.30: Sale Sharks v Leicester Tigers (AJ Bell Stadium)     

Saturday October 1 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Bath Rugby (Kingsholm)                            BT Sport

Sunday October 2 @ 14.30: Wasps v Harlequins (Ricoh Arena)

Sunday October 2 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Newcastle Falcons (Sixways)                 BT Sport

 

Round 6

Friday October 7 @ 19.45: Bath Rugby v Sales Sharks (Recreation Ground)                           BT Sport

Saturday October 8 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Gloucester Rugby (Sandy Park)

Saturday October 8 @ 15.00: Harlequins v Northampton Saints (Twickenham Stoop)      BT Sport

Saturday October 8 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Worcester Warriors (Welford Road)

Saturday October 8 @ 15.00: Newcastle Falcons v Bristol Rugby (Kingston Park)

Sunday October 9 @ 15.00: Saracens v Wasps (Allianz Park)                                                        BT Sport

 

 

Round 7

Friday October 28 @ 19.45: Northampton Saints v Gloucester Rugby (Franklin’s Gardens) BT Sport

Saturday October 29 @ 15.00: Bristol Rugby v Sale Sharks (Ashton Gate)

Saturday October 29 @ 15.00: Harlequins v Worcester Warriors (Twickenham Stoop)

Saturday October 29 @ 15.00: Saracens v Leicester Tigers (Allianz Park)                                                BT Sport

Sunday October 30 @ 14.00: Wasps v Newcastle (Ricoh Arena)

Sunday October 30@ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Bath Rugby (Sandy Park)                                      BT Sport

 

 

Round 8

Friday November 18 @ 19.45: Bath Rugby v Bristol Rugby (Recreation Ground)                 BT Sport

Friday October 18 @ 19.45: Worcester Warriors v Northampton Saints (Sixways)

Friday November 18 @ 20.00: Newcastle Falcons v Exeter Chiefs (Kingston Park)

Saturday November 19 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Wasps

Sunday November 20 @ 13.00: Sale Sharks v Saracens (AJ Bell Stadium)                               BT Sport

Sunday November 20 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Harlequins (Welford Road)                     BT Sport

 

 

Round 9

Friday November 25 @ 19.45: Bristol Rugby v Leicester Tigers (Ashton  Gate)

Friday November 25 @ 19.45: Northampton Saints v Newcastle Falcons (Franklin’s Gardens) BT Sport

Saturday November 26@16.30: Exeter Chiefs v Worcester Warriors (Sandy Park)

Sunday November 27@13.00: Saracens v Gloucester Rugby (Allianz Park) BT Sport

Sunday November 27@14.30: Wasps v Sale Sharks (Ricoh Arena)

Sunday November 27@15.15: Harlequins v Bath Rugby (Twickenham Stoop) BT Sport

 

 

Round 10

Friday December 2@19.45: Sale Sharks v Exeter Chiefs (AJ Bell Stadium)                             BT Sport

Saturday December 3@12.15: Bath Rugby v Saracens (Recreation Ground)

Saturday December 3@ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Wasps (Sixways)

Saturday December 3@16.30: Gloucester Rugby v Bristol Rugby (Kingsholm)

Saturday December 3 @ 17.00: Leicester Tigers v Northampton Saints (Welford Road) BT Sport

Sunday December 4@15.00: Newcastle Falcons v Harlequins (Kingston Park)

 

Round 11

Friday December 23 @ 19.45: Northampton Saints v Sale Sharks (Franklin’s Gardens)    BT Sport

Saturday December 24 @ 13.30: Saracens v Newcastle Falcons (Allianz Park)

Saturday December 24 @14.00: Wasps v Bath (Ricoh Arena)                                                       BT Sport

Saturday December 24 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Leicester Tigers (Sandy Park)

Monday December 26 @ 15.00: Bristol Rugby v Worcester Warriors (Ashton Gate)         BT Sport

Tuesday December 27 @ 16.00: Harlequins v Gloucester Rugby (Twickenham)                  BT Sport

 

 

Round 12

Friday December 30 @ 19.45: Newcastle Falcons v Worcester Warriors (Kingston Park) BT Sport

Saturday December 31 @ 15.00: Bath Rugby v Exeter Chiefs (Recreation Ground)            BT Sport

Sunday January 1 @ 14.30: Sale Sharks v Bristol Rugby (AJ Bell Stadium)

Sunday January 1 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Saracens (Welford Road)                                  BT Sport

Sunday January 1 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Harlequins (Sixways)

Sunday January 1 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Northampton Saints (Kingsholm)

 

 

 

Round 13

Friday January 6 @ 19.45: Newcastle Falcons v Bristol Rugby (Kingston Park)                      BT Sport

Saturday January 7 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Worcester Warriors (Kingsholm)          

Saturday January 7 @ 15.00: Harlequins v Sale Sharks (Twickenham Stoop)                        

Saturday January 7 @ 15.00: Northampton Saints v Bristol Rugby (Franklin’s Gardens)

Saturday January 7 @ 15.00: Saracens v Exeter Chiefs (Allianz Park)                        BT Sport

Sunday January 8 @ 15.00: Wasps v Leicester Tigers (Ricoh Arena)                          BT Sport

 

Round 14

Friday February 10 @19.45: Bristol Rugby v Harlequins (Ashton Gate)

Friday February 10 @ 19.45: Bath Rugby v Northampton Saints (Recreation Ground)       BT Sport

Friday February 10 @ 20.15: Sale Sharks v Newcastle Falcons (AJ Bell Stadium)

Saturday February 11 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Gloucester Rugby (Welford Road)

Saturday February 11 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Saracens (Sixways)

Sunday February 12 @ 13.00: Exeter Chiefs v Wasps (Sandy Park)                                            BT Sport

 

Round 15

Friday February 17 @19.45: Gloucester Rugby v Saracens (Kingsholm)                                   BT Sport

Saturday February 18 : 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Bristol Rugby (Welford Road)

Saturday February 18 @ 15.00: Bath Rugby v Harlequins (Recreation Ground)    BT Sport

Saturday February 18 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Exeter Chiefs (Sixways)

Sunday February 19 @ 15.00: Sale Sharks v Wasps (AJ Bell Stadium)                                       BT Sport

Sunday February 19 @ 15.00: Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints (Kingston Park)

 

 

 

 

Round 16

Friday February 24 @ 19.45: Harlequins v Leicester Tigers (Twickenham Stoop)                                BT Sport

Saturday February 25 @ 14.45: Saracens v Sale Sharks (Allianz Park)

Saturday February 25 @ 15.00: Northampton Saints v Worcester Warriors (Franklin’s Gardens)

Saturday February 25 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Newcastle Falcons (Sandy Park)

Sunday February 26 @ 13.00: Bristol Rugby v Bath Rugby (Ashton Gate)                                BT Sport

Sunday February 26 @ 14.30: Wasps v Gloucester Rugby (Ricoh Arena)

 

Round 17

Friday March 3 @ 19.45: Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs (Welford Road)                              BT Sport

Friday March 3 @ 20.15: Sale Sharks v Northampton Saints (AJ Bell Stadium)

Saturday March 4 @ 15.00: Bath l Rugby v Wasps (Recreation Ground)                                  BT Sport

Saturday March 4 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v Harlequins (Kingsholm)

Sunday March 5 @ 15.00: Newcastle Flacons v Saracens (Kingston Park)

Sunday March 5 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Bristol Rugby (Sixways)                               BT Sport

 

 

Round 18

Friday March 24 @ 19.45: Bristol Rugby v Gloucester Rugby (Ashton Gate)                          BT Sport

Saturday March 25 @ 15.00: Harlequins v Newcastle Falcons (Twickenham Stoop)

Saturday March 25 @ 15.00: Northampton Saints v Leicester Tigers (Franklin’s Gardens)              BT Sport

Saturday March 25 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Sale Sharks (Sandy Park)

Sunday March 26 @ 14.30: Wasps v Worcester Warriors (Ricoh Arena)

Sunday Match 26 @ 15.00: Saracens v Bath Rugby (Allianz Park)                                                BT Sport

 

 

Round 19

Friday April 7 @ 19.45: Sale Sharks v Worcester Warriors (AJ Bell Stadium)                         BT Sport

Friday April 7 @ 20.00: Newcastle Falcons v Gloucester Rugby (Kingston Park)

Saturday April 8 @ 14.00: Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers (Twickenham Stadium)                BT Sport

Saturday April 8 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Bristol Rugby (Sandy Park)

Saturday April 8 @ 16.30: Saracens v Harlequins (Wembley Stadium)                                    BT Sport

Sunday April 9 @ 15.00: Wasps v Northampton Rugby (Ricoh Arena)                                      BT Sport

 

Round 20

Friday April 14 @ 19.45: Harlequins v Exeter Chiefs (Twickenham Stoop)                             BT Sport

Saturday April 15 @ 15.00: Worcester Warriors v Bath Rugby (Sixways)                                 BT Sport

Saturday April 15 @15.00: Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons (Welford Road)

Saturday April 15 @ 15.00: Gloucester Rugby v sale Sharks (Kingsholm)

Sunday April 16 @ 15.00: Bristol Rugby v Wasps (Ashton Gate)

Sunday April 16 @ 15.00: Northampton Saints v Saracens (Franklin’s Gardens)                  BT Sport

 

 

Round 21

Friday April 28 @ 19.45: Harlequins v Wasps (Twickenham Stoop)                                           BT Sport

Friday April 28 @ 20.00: Newcastle Falcons v Worcester Warriors (Kingston Park)

Saturday April 29 @ 15.00: Leicester Tigers v Sale Sharks (Welford Road)

Saturday April 29 @ 15.00: Exeter Chiefs v Newcastle Saints (Sandy Park)                            BT Sport

Saturday April 29 @ 15.00: Saracens v Bristol Rugby (Allianz Park)

Sunday April 30 @ 15.00: Bath Rugby v Gloucester Rugby (Recreation Ground)                  BT Sport

 

 

 

 

Round 22

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Worcester Warriors v Leicester Tigers (Sixways)

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Sale Sharks v Bath Rugby (AJ Bell Stadium)

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Gloucester Rugby v Exeter Chiefs (Kingsholm)

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Wasps v Saracens (Ricoh Arena)

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Northampton Saints v Harlequins (Franklin’s Gardens)

Saturday May 6 @ 16.00: Bristol Rugby v Newcastle Falcons ( Ashton Gate)

 

 

 

Updated March  2017

Does Test Rugby need stricter rules? (Tue, 14 Nov 2017)
Evidently Rhys Webb wants to have his Welsh cake and eat it. The Ospreys and Lions scrum-half signed for Toulon earlier this month, days before the Welsh Rugby Union announced a change to its policy governing players outside the country, entrapping the 28-year old. The new rules outline that players moving to England or France … Continue reading Does Test Rugby need stricter rules?
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Could ending promotion solve rugby’s problems? (Tue, 17 Oct 2017)
  We could be witnessing the start of a perfect storm for English rugby:  too many clubs losing too much money, ever-increasing demands on players to the extent that strike action has been mentioned, and PRL’s latest whizz, the controversial suggestion that the domestic season should run from September through to the end of June. … Continue reading Could ending promotion solve rugby’s problems?
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Rugby union is moving towards Football – it’s very sad…No it’s not,It’s reality (Wed, 06 Sep 2017)
On the weekend when the Aviva Premiership season kicked off there was this headline in The Telegraph: “We’re moving towards football, slowly but surely – it’s very sad” While the article started off by congratulating the sport on the increased number of spectators it was attracting, it’s increased television audiences, how sponsors were falling over … Continue reading Rugby union is moving towards Football – it’s very sad…No it’s not,It’s reality
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Rugby needs to learn the right lessons from Football (Wed, 17 May 2017)
Colin Boag is a regular columnist in The Rugby Paper, and I usually find him worth reading. However, he is one of those rugby writers who like to blame all rugby’s ills on football. He was at it again in a recent column. He was writing about players’ attempts to get others booked, and predictably … Continue reading Rugby needs to learn the right lessons from Football
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Premiership Rugby ambition must be challenged by RFU. (Mon, 08 May 2017)
The Champions Cup final this weekend will lack a team from the Pro 12 for the fifth consecutive season following the Munster and Leinster semi-final defeats. The tournament has become an Anglo-French production, although in those five years only four clubs have made it to the final: Toulon, Saracens, Clermont Auvergne and, last year, Racing … Continue reading Premiership Rugby ambition must be challenged by RFU.
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