Quick links: Rugby Video | Six Nations Rugby | Premiership Rugby | LV= Cup | Rugby Championship | Heineken Cup Rugby | Pro 12 Rugby | Super Rugby | Currie Cup Rugby | Rugby World Cup
 
 
 

Southern Kings to go 'All Black' in Super Rugby


Kings captain Luke Watson models the new kit

Email Article | | Print Article | Click here for a free $150 Bet

Article Published: Thursday 7 February 2013


Super Rugby newcomers the Southern Kings have revealed that they will play in an all black kit in the 2013 super Rugby season.

The Kings have also revealed that they will play in an all white Super Rugby strip for their away matches.

The Kings will play their first game on Saturday, February the 23rd in Port Elizabeth against the Force and this will be the first time the new kit will be seen by the public.

The Kings play warm up matches against the Lions in Johannesburg (Saturday) and Griquas in Port Elizabeth (Wednesday) but in those matches they will wear their old traditional red and black hooped kit.

bet365
 
 
Heineken Cup Rugby News
European Champions Cup to kick off in November
Europe's Rugby Champions Cup and the Challenge Cup will kick off in the middle of November later this year due to the Rugby World Cup which finishes in October.
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
European Champions Cup quarter finalists confirmed
Munster end on a high by smashing Sale Sharks
Bath survive Glasgow charge and qualify for last 8

More Heineken Cup Rugby News

Aviva Premiership
Cockerill : Tuilagi may not play again this season
Leicester Tigers Director of Rugby Richard Cockerill has revealed that their star England centre Manu Tuilagi could spend the rest of the season on the sidelines due to injury
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
Harlequins sign Scotland winger Tim Visser
Bath victory means London Welsh are relegated
Cipriani helps Sale Sharks beat Gloucester

More Aviva Premiership News

Anglo Welsh Cup News
Six Nations Rugby
Ritchie: England finishing second is 'not acceptable'
Rugby Football Union (RFU) chief executive Ian Ritchie has said that England's fourth consecutive runners-up finish in the Six Nations is "not acceptable".
Read more on this Rugby news article

Other recent news
Frenzied 6N finale sends World Cup warning
Mike Brown slams lacklustre Italy and Scotland
Ireland end 60 year wait for back to back titles

More Six Nations Rugby News

 
Rugby Week Sponsor
 
 
Latest Rugby video