Super6 Championship Final details confirmed

Showcase event will be played at the DAM Health Stadium, kicking off at 4.45pm on Sunday 30th October

Ayrshire Bulls won last year's Super6 Championship Final at the DAM Health Stadium. Image: © Craig Watson -
Ayrshire Bulls won last year's Super6 Championship Final at the DAM Health Stadium. Image: © Craig Watson -

THE 2022 SUPER6 CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL will once again be played at the DAM Health Stadium on the back-pitches of Murrayfield, kicking-off at 4.45pm on Sunday 30th October.

The two semi-finals will be played the weekend before with the team which finishes first any the end of the league section of the campaign hosting the team which finishes fourth on the evening of Friday 21st October (kick-off 7:45pm, live on FreeSports) and second hosting third the following afternoon.

  • Semi-Final 1
    • Friday 21 October 2022
    • 1st v 4th, kick-off 7.35pm
    • Live on FreeSports
  • Semi-Final 2
    • Saturday 22 October 2022
    • 2nd v 3rd, kick-off tbc
    • Live on BBC Sport Scotland, BBC iPlayer and the Scottish Rugby website
  • 2022 FOSROC Super6 Final
    • Sunday 30 October 2022
    • DAM Health Stadium, kick-off 4:45pm.
    • Live on FreeSports from 4.30pm

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  1. Don’t think I’ll make it .
    Think I’ll be at a Premier 1 match instead .
    In fact I’d rather be at a premier 1 match .
    Super 6 is not that super for Scottish rugby

      • At least it’s local players I know giving their all . Not a team full of mercenaries from places I’ve never heard of.

      • But the Premiership is a proper rugby competition played by proper rugby clubs and so is far superior as far as I am concerned.

    • Well said Walter, Dodson can stick his pet project where the sun don’t shine and leave Scotland.

    • Except that it is local players (other than Watsonians). This week staring:
      Ayrshire have 15 SQ (13 born here)
      Stirling have 14 SQ (11 born here)
      Boroughmuir have 13 SQ (12 born here)
      Knights have 15 SQ (13 born here)
      Heriots have 15 SQ (14 born here)

      • You must have spent all of Friday working that out.
        Think Walter means local players playing for their local clubs.
        That’s not the case in super 6 .
        Most are not local to said franchise


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