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  1. Japan's formal entry into an expanded Super Rugby competition in 2016 will provide a shot in the arm for the game across Asia, according to the country's top ... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Today

  2. Argentina will only pick players based in Argentina from 2016 when they have a Super Rugby franchise, coach Daniel Hourcade has told Midi Olympique. FULL ARTICLE AT Scrum.com

  1. Sport24.co.za | Jones: Japan inclusion 'fantastic'

    Japan coach Eddie Jones says the inclusion of a Tokyo-based team in Super Rugby will give the Asian champions a massive boost. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  2. Teams from Japan and Argentina have been approved to join the Super Rugby tournament as of 2016, as well as South African team, the Southern Kings. FULL ARTICLE AT The Mail And Guardian

  3. Japan and Argentina have officially been given approval to enter teams in an expanded Super Rugby tournament from 2016. FULL ARTICLE AT RTE Interactive

  1. Japan are hoping their entry into an expanded Super Rugby competition in 2016 will help the national team become more of a World Cup force. FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  2. Sport24.co.za | Japan hails Super Rugby entry

    Japan's entry into the Super Rugby competition will provide a shot in the arm for the game, according to the country's rugby official. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  3. SYDNEY (AP) -- Argentina will join Japan in Super Rugby from 2016 to create an 18-team league divided into two regional groups.Japan was chosen in FULL ARTICLE AT eTaiwan News

  4. Japan, Argentina get green light

    JAPAN and Argentina will have teams in an expanded Super Rugby competition from 2016. FULL ARTICLE AT The Australian

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The 2011 Super Rugby season was the first season of the new 15-team format for the Super Rugby competition, which involved teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Including its past iterations as Super 12 and Super 14, this was the 16th season for the Southern Hemisphere's premier transnational club competition. The season kicked off in February 2011, with pre-season matches held from... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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