28 Sep 2018
What's On? The All Blacks.
With just two games left for the All Blacks in the 2018 Investec Rugby Championship, it’s time to get stuck in and support our boys as they take on Argentina and South Africa. The Championship is the annual southern hemisphere competition between Argentina, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
Currently, we are in the lead with 16 points, followed by South Africa 10 points, Argentina 8 and Australia 5.
This Sunday we face off against Argentina at Jose Amalfitani Stadium in Buenos Aires, with the match streaming live in bars across the country and a kick off at 11:40am. Samuel Whitelock will be captaining the team for the fifth time! Go! Go! The All Blacks!
The last game we’ll see the All Blacks play in the 2018 Investec champ will be against the Springboks, with the chance for some well-earned redemption. If you’re watching from New Zealand, be ready for a crisp early wake up, as the game will air at 4:05am.
Recommended Sports Bar in Auckland:
The Cav, gastropub in Ponsonby with the view of the Sky City , 68 College Hill, Freemans Bay
The Fox, pub by Viaduct Habour, 85/87 Customs St W
The Paddington, bar & grills in Parnell with a private viewing room fitted with six screens and a projector, 117 St Georges Bay Rd, Parnell
Recommended Sports Bar in Christchurch:
The Bog, Christchurch’s most popular Irish pub in the heart of the city, 50 Victoria St, Christchurch Central
Pomeroy's Old Brewery Inn, a real English pup with an extensive menu, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch Central
The Fox and Ferret Riccarton, modern gastro pub in Riccarton, 28 Rotherham St, Riccarton
Now’s your last chance to pick up your official All Blacks supporter gear and wear it with pride: get yours HERE.