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Monday, February 12, 2018 allblacks.com Sean Willis
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Kings debut single Don’t Worry ‘Bout It won Single of the Year at the New Zealand Music Awards and broke records by staying at the top of the New Zealand charts for more than 30 weeks. Play The Game is the first single to be released from Kings’ upcoming, and as yet unnamed, album.
New Zealand Rugby’s Head of Professional Rugby Chris Lendrum said a partnership with Kings was a great fit for the entertaining style of Super Rugby.
“Super Rugby brings an exciting, action-packed brand of rugby to New Zealanders, having Kings join us for the 2018 campaign brings together audiences looking for top quality entertainment,” said Lendrum.
Investec Super Rugby kicks off in South Africa this weekend before New Zealand teams take the field from 23 February. Lendrum said the start of a new season is cause for excitement.
LISTEN to @Kingsmusicnz new single ‘Play The Game’ - a collaboration with @SuperRugbyNZ“Every year, Super Rugby never fails to disappoint. With new coaches and new players complimenting old rivalries, I know I am really looking forward to watching more of the outstanding rugby we know this competition produces.”
?? https://t.co/3afrnc68My pic.twitter.com/0ndtjAmMew— Super Rugby (@SuperRugbyNZ) February 11, 2018
The new format, with a reduced 15 teams, sees New Zealand teams have home and away fixtures against each of their New Zealand rivals, and eight further matches against opposition from the other two conferences.
An updated finals series see the three conference leaders joined by five wild cards (the next best performing teams based on competition points), in the quarter finals.
The countdown is on! Hands up if you are excited for the return of #SuperRugby! ??????
???: https://t.co/P4Mw6xRS51#DontMissAThing pic.twitter.com/OGDZsk6Kqt— Super Rugby (@SuperRugbyNZ) February 11, 2018
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